If you’re looking for a quiet hotel in Takanawa, look no further than Shinagawa Prince Hotel Tokyo.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a 24 hour front desk, 24 hour check-in, and a concierge while staying at Minato Prince Hotel. In addition, Shinagawa Prince Hotel Tokyo offers a pool and breakfast, which will help make your Takanawa trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is parking available to guests.
Travelers looking to enjoy some nabe can head to Rakuichi Sengakuji. Otherwise, you may want to check out a French restaurant such as Bistro Gyoran.
Takanawa is also known for some great historic sites, including Hoan-ji Temple and Takamatsunomiya, which are not too far from Prince Hotel Tokyo.
The staff at Shinagawa Prince Hotel Tokyo looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
This trip happened in Nov 2019. Hotel is a traffic light away from Shinagawa Station and is one of the hotels for the Airport Limousine route. We booked a room (corporate rate) in the Main Tower and was given the Corner Room with Sofa Bed which costs around $300/night. Room is rather squeezy (but seems to be the norm for hotels in Tokyo) and a little old with minimal space to open up luggages. Toilet was small but came with full toiletries. Room had kettle, small fridge, hair dryer but no bottled water. Hotel has a shopping mall of its own with a food court, entertainment complexes and various shops and other hotel wings. There are restaurants located opposite and around the area of the hotel too but requires travelling by shinkansen or metro line to tourist spots in Tokyo.
All the self-check-in machines were not available, so the guests had to wait more than half an hour in a long line before check-in. Even under the circumstances of Corona pandemic, they should have found a way not to waste guests‘ time. The room had nothing special to be mentioned.
I stayed late February - just before the Covid -19 lockdown - again at the Shinagawa Price Hotel. Everything was as great as always. The quiet room, as well as the perfect service. A special Thank You to the attentive Front Desk. I arrived into Haneda - which is just 15 train minutes away - and left from Narita. This time I took the Airport Limousine Bus back to the airport. Highly recommendable. After less than an hour nonstop from the lobby, the bus drops you at the terminal .
Had to cancel my japan trip due to coronavirus outbreak and try to get refund due to the circumstance thats not allowing us to travel. This hotel is the only hotel that didnt want to give me refund and strictly replying my query stating that my booking is non refundable, even after few times emailing them, i got the same answer. Like its not their problem that i cant travel and stay at their property while the matter is out of my control Meanwhile 5 other hotels on my japan trip plan is understanding my situation and refunding me even though its all non refundable booking Will not considering this property in the future
During my trip in February 2020, I needed one night stay in Tokyo. From a Haneda airport, you can take limousine bus for about $10, or Rail. The fee for rail was about $3. Shinagawa Prince hotel in Shinagawa in Tokyo was in the best location! It is across the street from Shinagawa rail station! Cross the street, go through shopping building and into hotel. The service is excellent! After checkout I left my luggage at baggage room. Caught rail to Tsukiji fish market, and Tokyo Sky Tree Tower. Came back to hotel and picked up my Luggage to get back to Haneda Airport to meet friends. We were in our way to Nagano for skiing! The hotel rate was $95 per night! I would easily go back again!