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The Prince Park Tower Tokyo
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Reviewed December 9, 2012

Tokyo is billed as the most expensive city in the world and during our five days stay here I could see why. But one place that wasn't expensive was our five star hotel, the Prince Park Tower. I was able to book it online during a flash Expedia sale and got it for just over $200 US a night. For this type of hotel, the price was ridiculously cheap. When we walked through the front door, I had to say WOW. The hotel is actually the flagship hotel of the Prince chain and it was designed by Japan's first superstar architect, a man by the name of Tange.
We got upgraded to a two room suite the size of an apartment back home. Everything was so clean and tidy. The room has every amenities imagined and not imagined. A heated toilet which bathes your bum after use, anyone? We did not use any of the hotel restaurants but bought freshly made pastries from the gift shop each AM; there was free coffee and tea in the room. We were also offered free use of the nice hotel gym, but had no time to fit it in. I love the free super fast wifi service. I couldn't sleep one night and at 5 AM the room wifi malfunctioned and someone from the front desk came up and fixed it in no time flat.
The hotel is five minutes walk to the tube and from there it is a two stop ride to trendy Roppongi where you will find all the best restaurants Tokyo has to offer. Try to visit the new swanky Tokyo MidTown or Roppongi Hills complex to see how the well to do Tokyolites live.
Unfortunately the hotel is not in a part of Tokyo where you can walk around to see things. But the Tokyo Tower is next door ( quite dated and not recommended, go see the amazing new 634 m Sky Tree instead) and also a historic Buddhist Temple is a five minutes walk from the hotel and well worth a quick visit. Your shuttle bus from Narita will stop at the front door and the hotel can give you a free ride to the train station if you plan to travel by train after checkout.
All in all this is an exceptional property. The service was flawless and all the staff was amazing and will look after you like family. For the price I paid I made out like bandits! Highly recommended. Why pay twice as much for something similar when there is no need.

Room Tip: Ask for a Tokyo Tower view
  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed December 6, 2012

A great hotel which we booked at short notice for a very reasonable price. Initially we were allocated a smoking room in error, with views to the Rainbow Bridge. Once we pointed out the oversight,we were offered a HUGE room with king bed overlooking the Tokyo Tower. It was clean, nicely decorated and was a surprise after all we had heard about room sizes in Tokyo. A bonus for us was the green offer the hotel operates. One can request that one's room is not serviced (except for rubbish bins) and receive vouchers (2 x 500 yen) to spend in the hotel instead. This service can only be requested two days in a row. Thus if one stays for 7 days, with no service on days 2,3,5 &6, one can receive vouchers to the value of 4000 yen. For budget-conscious travellers, "earning" 1000 yen in vouchers (one collects them on the day of no service) allows one to buy treats at the very reasonably priced hotel shop, or other hotel services. Loved our stay here!

Room Tip: Request a room with a view of Tokyo Tower on a high floor.
  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank keriblu
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Reviewed December 3, 2012

This was a great find the first thing is that the airport limo bus stops outside which is great for first time visitors
Stunning beautiful with all the Xmas decorations we were upgraded when we arrived to a suite may I say it was bigger than my first unit this would be perfect for families as it is a 1bed unit 2 bathrooms 2toilets lounge room where both lounges turn into beds a little kitchenette the staff where wonderfully helpful and polite it is a long walk from ginza but there are several train lines near overall I would highly recommend this hotel and I will stay there next time we are in tokyo

Stayed: December 2012, traveled with family
1  Thank woosterwoo-2
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Reviewed November 29, 2012

Just stayed here and had a wonderful time. We are from NYC and speak very little Japanese and the staff was extremely helpful and friendly. We had family in Japan that called the hotel numerous times and once again the staff was very patience and friendly while translating for us. The location is great! Tokyo is so big that I believe it’s hard to be centrally located however this was by subways, buses, etc. So getting around was easy. (Just as the front desk and they can help you with the subway routes.) Rooms were very comfortable. Restaurants at hotel were over priced but I guess that’s what you get for convenience. (Food was very good) The upstairs lounge that over looks the Tokyo Tower was nice however there is a fee to sit at a table. I would suggest checking out the Fish Market. We had a great lunch there that tasted just like our dinner at the hotel the night before at one third of the price. You do have to pay for gym which was about 20 bucks per person for a 24 hour period. So we were able to get to the gym two days in a row for the cost of one day. Just as a FYI, you are not allowed to use the pool/spa facilities with you have any visible tattoos. Husband and I both have some so we were not able to use those facilities which was a bummer, but we respect the culture so we couldn't complain. Overall it was a great hotel for our first visit to Japan. Not sure if we would stay there again next time because we would want to check out one of the other areas (since Tokyo is so big) but will definitely be looking for that chain to stay in. Hope you enjoy!

  • Stayed: November 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed November 14, 2012

Very spacious beautiful view of Tokyo tower and skyline. Restaurants and cafe very overpriced (20 pounds for a coffeee and orange juice) but hotel shop good prices and well stocked with pastries, sandwiches etc. AVOID chinese restaurant - huge lifeless vacuum looks like a converted entertainment room with worst service I experienced in Japan- plate of pot noodle type noodles with beef and a beer 30 quid. Had I not been alone I would have walked out after first 5 mins. Guess you could say I should not try an eat Chinese food in Japan ;-). Friendly Hotel Bus stops here for airport although as its first stop it takes 45 mins to collect from other hotels. Short walk to subway or free bus to station. Approx 10 pounds per night reduction voucher if you opt for GREEN service - ie no room clean

Room Tip: Ask for premium higher floor rooms - different lift to access
  • Stayed: November 2012, traveled on business
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1  Thank NewDawn1066
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