This is a very nice hotel with very friendly and helpful staff who speak good English. The rooms are quite small, but we were able to make it work. It was also quite hot in the room when we arrived, but there is in-room temp control. The location of this hotel is awesome; a very short walk to Shinjuku Station, which made getting around quite simple. There is a Family Mart convenience store across the street with plenty of snacks and drinks (including alcohol). Also plenty of shopping and restaurants in the vicinity, including within Shinjuku Station. The Airport Limo Bus stops right outside the hotel, which is super convenient. We enjoyed our stay and will stay here again should we return to Tokyo.
Traveller from Winnipeg
Across the street from Shinjuku Station, the hotel is one km (one-half mile) from the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building.More
Only a few mins walk just across the street from Shinagawa station. From the station, walk across the pedestrian crossing then you should see McDonalds. Walk through the small arcade and the Prince hotel should be easy to find. Note, there are several Prince hotels in the area and some have separate buildings so it might just be a matter of asking for directions.
Room size quite comfortable and above average for a JP business hotel.
I stayed in the North building paying a little extra for a room that includes access to the business lounge which includes breakfast. Whilst the business lounge is very comfortable, artistic and modern, downside is no alcohol served, so be mindful if this is a priority. Breakfast is western consisting of salad (one choice), bacon, scrambled eggs, croissant/bread and chicken soup. Whilst reasonable, I preferred to buy a bento box at the station.
For the business lounge, a simple idea would be to offer a complimentary drink per night then any additional alcohol would be charged. A simple revenue stream.
If arriving via Haneda, beware that there is no JR line connecting to the airport. Options are to catch the monorail or Keikyu line which is then easy to connect to JR. There are plenty of airport staff to assist. For extended/repeat visits, I recommend to pick up a (prepaid) IC card (Suica) and again staff can easily help with this - can be used for both monorail and Keikyu etc.
Traveller from Sydney
Shinagawa Prince Hotel is located in central Tokyo, a 2-minute walk from Shinagawa Station which offers direct connections to …More
Tucked in a corner of Namba Station (exit gate 30), the underground level has a complete supermarket plus shopping centre. The express OCAT bus to/from KIX Kansai airport is just next door, making this hotel an ideal location. The exciting Dotonbori area with covered shopping streets is just two blocks to the east. The hotel lobby and secured floors start on the 22nd floor and up. Osaka Station is just a few subway stops to the north. The Osaka Castle is just as near by subway.
Traveller from Vancouver
Located in Namba, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Osaka City Air Terminal and Shinsaibashi Shopping Arcade. Tsutenkaku …More
All was fine, but I am wondering why this hotel in such a level has to open swimming pool only for 2 months in a year (12 months). The weather is warm and pleasant in Shiga in September, but swimming pool close by the end of August!!! It sounds conservative and disappointing seeing a hotel with such a level cannot be flexible.
On the southern shore of Lake Biwa, this contemporary 530-room hotel adjoins the Convention Hall Ohmi. The property is 1 km …More
We stayed for a week nd were asked to change a room after 5 dys because of a leak in the bathroom. Instead of a regular (and excellent room) we were upgraded to a 2-room suite. A good solution for touble.
Views ffom both rooms were very nice. Se lived on the 8th floorand could see mountains, bamboo forest and a nearby village.
It's raining more often near hotel than in the center of Kyoto. You can have long wlks round the hotel and see all kind of animals and plants. Very nice location and very close to subway.
Traveller from new york
Located in the Rakuhoku neighborhood of North Kyoto, this hotel is adjacent to Takaragaike Park and 200 meters from the Kyoto …More
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