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We had a great stay and would definitely return.
The hotel and very clean, modern and efficiently run. The staff are excellent and very helpful. The rooms very fine, small by US/AUS standard but reasonable to big by Japanese standard. They were modern and clean....More
This is an enormous hotel complex, with comfortable rooms and spectacular gardens.IT seems to cater to a lot of large groups, but that does not detract from the pleasantness of the hotel (usually I avoid these sorts of large group hotels). The breakfast was wonderful--a...More
my family (with 2 teenagers) stayed for 9 nights/10 days in this hotel..It was perfect in every sense of a leisure stay. I booked this hotel through hotel.com and upon arrival was upgraded to a suit overlooking the tokyo tower. The room we stayed was...More
Dissapointing stay. Room was dingy and old. Carpet stained. Place was just worn out. It must have been awesome back in the 60's or 70's! The bar was open late and was pretty cool if not a bit dark and old school which had it's...More
Having spent this last year travelling several times to Tokyo to liaise with my Japanese girlfriend, I have stayed at a few hotels, in the budget (well budget in a Japanese sense) sector of accomodation, around the $100-$120 night range... the overwhelming picture I gained...More
In Shinagawa, an office district shares space with luxury residential buildings and the scene is constantly changing with rapid development. Ikedayama park and Togoshi park are great places to see beautiful traditional Japanese gardens with ponds, as well as enjoy the changing seasons. Shinagawa was a post and a port town during the Edo era and the lavish old Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples at Shinagawa
and Ebara are very popular. It's a great place to get in touch with the old Edo atmosphere on a pleasure boat cruising along the canal. The neighboring area around Gotanda station is a study in modern contrasts filled with unique restaurants and a lively nightlife.
To Haneda (HND): Use the hotel's shuttle bus service down to the Shinagawa Station complex and get on a Haneda-bound train on the Keihin Kyuko Railway for less than US$4.00 per person. It's 15-20 minute. Make sure to know... More
To Haneda (HND): Use the hotel's shuttle bus service down to the Shinagawa Station complex and get on a Haneda-bound train on the Keihin Kyuko Railway for less than US$4.00 per person. It's 15-20 minute. Make sure to know which Haneda station to get off between the international and domestic ones.
To Narita (NRT): Two options - bus or train. Direct bus service is available at certain times of the day from this very hotel. Check with the hotel reception. It's about US$30 per person and takes about 75 minutes. Direct train service by the Keihin Kyuko Railway or by Japan Railway (JR) East. Their tran fares ranges from US$18 to US$30, depending on services (speed and comfort levels). The simplest is the direct bus its service is truly door to door. Down at Shinagawa Prince Hotel, there's an hourly direct bus service to Narita Airport almost all through the day, except when the airport is not open.
I did not see any gym facility in the Grand pPrince Takanawa. However, I reckon there is one in The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo. The Sakura Tower is located on the way up to the Grand Prince when you walk from Shinagawa... More
I did not see any gym facility in the Grand pPrince Takanawa. However, I reckon there is one in The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo. The Sakura Tower is located on the way up to the Grand Prince when you walk from Shinagawa station.