We stay at the Shinagawa Prince whenever we visit Tokyo. Have a sumptuous breakast buffet (about $20) at the elegant emporium Hapuna - chandeliers, high ceiling, miles of food, and the professional staff manages long lines well during busy times. Western, Japanese, and Chinese choices available - mix and match, and make several trips! Yummy pastries - selection changes daily. Bacon is crispy, not limp & soggy, which seems to be the preference in Japan). Cafe 24 is a very decent casual eatery with great thin crust pizza and pasta (there is excellent Italian food in Japan!). Go to Shinagawa station across the street and visit the Queen's Isetan gourmet food store for carry-out meals to eat your room. There is a well-stocked 7-Eleven on the hotel site as well.
Rooms are small but clean. Try and book a higher floor for great city views. The front desk staff is professional and well-trained. We took a 3-day trip to Kyoto and left our large suitcases with the bell desk, since the bullet train is not meant for large luggage. Recommend that you buy a JR Rail Pass before coming to Japan, especially if planning to ride the bullet train anywhere. The bullet trains very conveniently stop at Shinagawa Station.
Hotel has an extensive souvenir gift shop and a Tomods (well-known drugstore chain) on the ground floor. There's also an aquarium, bowling alley, numerous eateries. On a recent rainy day we found much to do within the hotel grounds. Highly recommended!
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- Also Known As:
- Prince Hotel Minato
- Prince Hotel Tokyo
- Minato Prince Hotel
- Shinagawa Prince Hotel Tokyo Japan