Location, location, location—that's the Granbell, and with a minimalist pop-art style to boot. This gray-walled boutique hotel is tucked within a cluster of restaurants and shops near the West Exit of Shibuya Station. The rooms are small but tastefully turned out with crisp linens and, in the main building, curtains dotted with a Lichtenstein-inspired mountain scene. And bathrooms are glass-enclosed and feature overhead showers. A bar, which is located just to the side of the reception desk, offers cocktails in the evening; in addition to the Japanese restaurant and pizza parlor on the premises, the immediate area offers hundreds of alternatives.