I like this place. The location is solid and the rooms are nice and roomy and the surroundings are awesome too. The staff are nice and there is a shuttle bus that goes around if you cannot make the 5 minute stroll downhill to the train station. Its a little bit pricier than the ANA Intercontinental Tokyo. But way much more convenient. All of the other Prince hotels are within walking distance so you choice to Food and Beverage are all right there. And if you have kids, then you can walk over to the Shinagawa Prince and take them to bowling or the aquarium. Not a bad choice. Would come back here again but the $300+ a night was a bit steep for the property. The truly great thing about paying that price is location. Otherwise, Intercontinental has it beat.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Opened in October 1998, this luxurious hotel offers a wide range of excellent services and facilities within an all-season resort ambience. In the spring, pink cherry blossoms can be seen from every guest room. In the fall, the colorful autumn leaves shower the walkways. In the winter, the snow-mantled archways, trees and garden steps provide an air of complete tranquility. Offering exceptional levels of comfort in a formal Japanese garden setting, the Sakura Tower is specifically designed for the American guest. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo Hotel Minato
- The Prince Sakura Hotel Tokyo
- Prince Sakura Minato
- The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo, Autograph Collection Japan