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"Good location, great views"
After 3 weeks travelling, mainly in Air BnB apartments we decided to treat ourselves to a nice hotel on our last night. The room was very spacious for Tokyo standards, and It felt like the bathroom was bigger than some of the apartments we'd stayed in!! We were lucky enough to be upgraded - big thanks to the hotel - the room was wonderful. View was fantastic, overlooking the Tokyo tower, then in the morning we could see Mt Fuji in the distance. We were only there for 1 night, so I'm not sure how much there is in the local area, but the hotel is within 5 mins walk of 2 different metro stations, on 2 different lines so plenty of easy transport links. Front desk & concierge were all great. The only downside of the hotel I noticed was the bar on the top floor had a 1000+ Yen per person cover charge - I think the cover charge should be waived for guests. There is another bar in a basement level, but it's not really the same.... Apart from that it was a very nice hotel.
"Very nice view"
Situated not far away from Haneda airport, this hotel is very nice. Mainly for business with very helpful front desk. Terrific view for breakfast at the 30th floor, very nice international breakfast, with multiple choices. Room are up to standard, very confortable with nice bad and shower room. I stayed only 2 nights for business, so didn't have the time to see spa and swimming pool, nor surroundings, but would stay there again.
"Good sized room for tokyo"
Stayed for one week in Oct for business. The room or even the bathroom were spacious by Tokyo standard. Front desk and concierge were English friendly. If you happen to book the room with the view of the tower, the view is magnificent. The location itself might be a bit far from the buzz, but it offers a quiet and upscale ambience instead. There is a convenient store within the hotel, so you don't have to worry about missing something and having to run back into town. Room service was also excellent, quality of food is always guaranteed. Can miss the Stellar Garden with a glass or two at night!
"Solid 4 Start with good location"
There are tons of "Prince Hotels" all over Tokyo with prices ranging from $200 - $500 per night depending on location and how modern they are. The Prince Park Tower is located on in Shiba Park - a large green space that also is home to the Zojo Temple and several other shrines. The upper floors offer some amazing views of Tokyo - including Tokyo Tower which is a block away. Overall its a solid 4 star hotel that primary appears to cater to the business crowd. The location is convenient to subways, a JR Train station, 20 minute walk to Roppongi and a 10 minute cab ride to the Fish Market or Ginza. Check-in: Relatively efficient - I had a King Panoramic View room - the "panoramic" views vary dramatically depending on the side of the hotel you face. Ask at check in or before for a room facing the Par, Tokyo Tower or Temple. Lobby: Not much of a lobby - just about 20 chairs scattered about the central core where the elevators reside and bridges over the water pool. There is a reasonable convenience store in the lobby with fresh pastries, snacks, gifts etc. Room: Overall, the room was comfortable - probably a shade under 400 sq. ft and wedge shaped - windows on two edges. The furniture looked dated as did the coffered semi-circular ceiling, however, the real King sized bed and sheets were very comfortable. It had updated lighting, electronic curtains and thermostat. The view from the 23rd floor was pretty good - I had the temples, park and some bridge in the distance. The Thermostat was set at 25 celsius, however, seemed cooler. Moving the settings up or down a few degrees didn't seem to have much of an impact. The room had a stocked mini-bar, safe, teapot with assort options, ironing board, desk, sitting area. English TV channels: CNN, BBC, and 2 others - limited options. Bathroom: Although somewhat dated (lots of black), it was spacious. Separate tub and shower (glass cube) with really excellent water pressure and super hot if desire. The standard "Star Trek" Japanese Toilet - with seat warmer and many "cleaning" options - don't press the wrong button - or be prepared for lift off. You have to keep the blinds drawn or you will be exposed while using the bathroom - or at least I couldn't find a opaque button like in their newer hotels. Restaurants: Tons of options on the upper floors or lower levels - all very good - excellent service - but HIGH prices - you can walk a few blocks and save 50%. Concierge: Under staffed - appeared to only have 1 on service at any time. Helpful with transportation options - but not so great with unique tourist requests. Seems to be more of a business focus at this branch. Check Out: Quick and efficient. Taxis: A cue waiting 24/7 at the front door. Uber "Black" is available in Tokyo, however, it is priced the same as Taxis - EXPENSIVE. No UberX or alternative cheap option. Cabs are about $7 to start the ride and go up quickly ($225+ from the Airport to Tokyo). Take the subway or JR railroad - the map looks confusing - but once you get the hang of it, no problem. It's Fast, Cheap and efficient. The Taxi ride to Ueno can range from $35 - $70 depending on time of day, however, JR Train was about $1.70 each way!!!
After 22h of journey, I've been waiting for 2h in order to get the room I booked. They finally found one but hyper noisy room. It is too late to complain. Doesn't worth the price. I have to stay 8 nights in that hotel and that will be long. I miss the Grand Hyatt, the Okura and so on...
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM