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Century Southern Tower or Dormy Inn Premium Shibuya

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I currently have both of these booked for 5 nights in mid October. I picked these based on convenience, price and reviews (I can cancel either without penalty up until a day before). From what I understand, CST is in Shinjuku, right at the station (although it's listed under Shibuya on tripadvisor), and the Dormy is in Shibuya between the Shibuya and Jingumae stations.

I am primarily looking for a convenient location, with easy access by foot or mass transit, to sites and some nice 'local' spots for dining and shopping (not huge stores but smaller specialty shops) in the nieghborhood. I am not that interested in hotel amenities (like pools or room service), more concenrned about clean, quiet and safe. Both are close in price. Dormy is a bit more, but includes breakfast which is a plus, but not a deal-breaker.

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