|Distance to city centre||6,7 km|
|Nearest airport||Tokyo Narita|
|Distance to airport||60,6 km|
|airport and the hotel||in 74 reviews|
|bit old||in 69 reviews|
|close to train||in 150 reviews|
|east tower||in 92 reviews|
|great location||in 633 reviews|
|great view||in 74 reviews|
|hotel was good||in 7 reviews|
|near jr||in 49 reviews|
|plenty of restaurants||in 53 reviews|
|shinagawa station||in 462 reviews|
|small room||in 505 reviews|
|tokyo tower||in 9 reviews|
|tower room||in 9 reviews|
If the Breakfast was included in the cost
Avoid the east tower
Location was great right out of the Shinagawa Station, which allowed quick and easy access to the vast train and subway network of Tokyo. Do yourself a favor and get a PASMO card to make using this network quick and painless. The hotel had tons of restaurants and entertainment on premises in case you don't plan on venturing out to enjoy the city, and I suspect the rooms in the main hotel are very nice judging by the reception area and images.
I knew the rooms would be small in the east tower, as it is intended for the solo traveler who's just looking for a place to crash at night. I didn't expect much, but I was still left disappointed. Upon entering the hotel, you look to the right and you see this modern and extravagant reception area for the majority of the hotel. Then you look to the left, and you see a significantly more aged and dingy reception area for the east tower only. The room itself was old and outdated, smelled terrible, and had paper-thin walls. The bed and pillows were incredibly uncomfortable. Additionally, while a small bathroom is fine for the purpose, when the shower is so narrow that the shower curtain is unavoidably clinging to your side the whole time, it goes a bit too far. I would have gladly traded another 1' of the bedroom space to increase the bathroom size. Finally, no breakfast was included with the east tower, but apparently was included elsewhere, and they don't even throw a bottle of water in the room. The bottom line is that the east tower should not even be considered part of the same hotel as the rest of the Shinagawa Prince Hotel, as the images on the site are extremely misleading as to what you are getting into.
Noisy, only smoking rooms available when I had made a reservation for a non-smoking room, there was not even an apology. Headache because of the smoky room, couldn't sleep, noisy customers. Quite miserable.
I was very pleased with the guy who helped me get a bus to my next distination
he went out of his way to help me I wish I could remember his name
Affordable near the train station
Everything i needed in walking distance.
Not worth the money
This is a very old and extremely overpriced hotel in a terribly crowded and poorly designed part of area around the station.
Travelers can stay on the outskirts of Tokyo with access to the city’s finest attractions and conveniences at Tokyo Hotels’ Shinagawa Prince Hotel. The hotel is a towering structure that juts out into the Toyko skyline, providing guests with breathtaking views of the shimmering city below. Shinagawa Prince Hotel is more than just simple lodging. It’s a luxury experience with so much to offer that guest’s don’t have to go far to enjoy a touch of Japan. The four towers of Shinagawa Prince Hotel house different rooms, but they’re all brimming with modern comforts and plush bedding. Main and Annex Tower rooms are spacious while the North and East Towers are better suited for travelers that don’t need to spread out. All accommodations at Shinagawa come with access to high-speed LAN and wireless internet, toiletries, bathrobes, an LCD TV, fridge, and in-room safe. Most rooms also have an electric kettle. Guests can explore Tokyo beyond the hotel, or they can guest lost in the entertainment and dining offered on the property. An 80 lane bowling alley, tennis and golf center, Maxell Aqua Park Shinagawa, the Stellar Ball stage, and indoor and outdoor pools will wow guests. The hotel also features 11 different restaurants serving up lavish meals, casual Asian dining, or dinner with a 360-degree view. Shinagawa Prince Hotel is a modern retreat near Tokyo Bay that entertains and delights its visitors with a host of comfortable accommodations and fun activities.
Based on 29 144 reviews
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