I stayed at the Shinagawa Prince twice during my 9 days in Japan. My first room was in the anex that also houses the aquarium and bowling alleys - yes in a hotel! The room was small compared to what I am used to when traveling in the US, but still comfortable. The only internet access is through the cable provided by the hotel. I was actually surprised there was not Wi-Fi available. Take note - you can rent portable Wi-Fi units at the airport for roughly $15.00/day. Well worth it, as I racked up over $300 in data fees whilst tethered to my iPhone. The restaurant in the lobby of the main building serves both a basic Western style breakfast and an Asian breakfast and the other two restaurants served just an Asian style breakfast (this hotel complex appeared to house many tourists from many nations). The hotel is located scross the street from Shinagawa Station where you can catch trains all around Tokyo and also catch the Shinkansen - the bullet train. The proximity to the trains is the main reason my company chose this hotel for we trainees to stay. There is a 7-Eleven just outside of the hotel and there are shops under the anex. There are also restaurants and shops also located within 100 feet of the hotel. The concierge in the main lobby was extremely helpful on a couple of occasions and they all spoke English well (at least the ones I met). I am sure there are much nicer hotels in Tokyo, but this one was affordable, clean, and comfortable. One of the main reasons to stay here is LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION.
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- Also Known As:
- Prince Hotel Minato
- Prince Hotel Tokyo
- Minato Prince Hotel
- Shinagawa Prince Hotel Tokyo Japan