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Conveniently located very close to Shinagawa station. Reception area looks nice but rooms are slightly smaller than average and a bit old when it comes to bathroom, style and general appearance. Air conditioning seem not to be working. As I was on the 8th floor...More
I knew this hotel wasn’t that good at the time of booking but what I experienced here still shocked me.
Upon entering the bathroom in my room, my socks got stuck to the floor. Turned out the previous guest(s) spilled Coke, which was clearly visible....More
I was in the annex tower. Nice view, but the other needs also to be renewed because it seems 90's style. The staff is kind but you need to do a long queue for everything: for the check in and also for the breakfast: you...More
Stayed in this hotel through the recommendation of local office. Booked single room in the East Tower. Room is really small with hardly any space for luggage unless you have a small luaggage that fits on the countertop next to the bathroom. Bathroom is typically...More
First, I stayed at the N-tower: The hotel has a very good connection to many lines directly in front of the hotel. For breakfast, you can choose different locations. I was two times at the Lux Dining Hall which offers a good Japanese and continental...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.
The hotel did not offer this but you can either go on line and have one sent to the hotel or rent one from the airport. If you order on line it’s very easy, we did that in Osaka. They even give you an envelope to mail it... More
The hotel did not offer this but you can either go on line and have one sent to the hotel or rent one from the airport. If you order on line it’s very easy, we did that in Osaka. They even give you an envelope to mail it back, so we just gave it to the front desk to mail for us.
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Narita Express itself is great. But when you land in Shinagawa Station, make sure to look for Takawa Exit. Though the Hotel website says it is 2 minute walk. It is really not. You need to wait to cross the street, which... More
Narita Express itself is great. But when you land in Shinagawa Station, make sure to look for Takawa Exit. Though the Hotel website says it is 2 minute walk. It is really not. You need to wait to cross the street, which itself can take some time. And then, the direction to the entrance to Shinagawa Prince Hotel is not that clear, so, the first time around, you need to pay a lot of attention.
Since the Limo takes you directly to the hotel, you may want to do that, especially which a child and luggage.
Sorry we did not book any tours but there is an information desk where we booked the bus to the airport. I am sure they can help you book any tours. They do speak English too. The hotel seemed to be in a good location.