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My daughter and I stayed at the Prince Park Hotel in Tokyo for our last 2 nights. Maybe I feel so positive about this hotel because we had stayed the 2 nights before at a Ryokan in Kyoto- but must say their beds looked like heaven. The customer service here was the absolute best we experienced in Japan. One of their staff, Amy, was particularly charming and helpful- even though we were only there 2 days she treated us like old friends. The room was great, with a spectacular view of the Tokyo tower from our window. The beds were comfy with 2 nice sized pillows. The bathroom was very nice- with a jacuzzi bath tub. The shower was marvelous as well with great water pressure. One of the nicest things about the hotel was that it was so established. We took a cab several times, and all we had to say was "Prince Park" and the cab drivers knew it immediately ( which is great if, like me, you don't speak Japanese and have a hard time giving directions.) On our last day there we had a flight scheduled back to Los Angeles at 7:20 pm. Room service was happy to bring our breakfast at 10:30 and extend our checkout until 1 pm free of charge. We decided to go shopping for a few hours after checking out. Amy was happy to hold our luggage for us, and arranged for a car to take us to the airport when we returned. Next time I go to Japan I will certainly be booking this hotel again.
"A fantastic hotel"
One of the best hotels I have ever stayed in. There are great facilities (spa and swimming pool) and the boulangerie has a great selection of breads and pastries. The hotel staff are very friendly and the room was beautiful. The hotel is located very close to Tokyo Tower and the Zojo-Ji temple and it is easy to access other parts of Tokyo via the underground: Gion, Shinjuku, Imperial Palace.
This is a really first class hotel. Our room was large with well furnished and an amazing view over the park and Tokyo Tower. Breakfast was taken on the top floor restaurant with views over Tokyo city. There are a number of restaurants in the hotel but very high prices you are better to go into the city for food. Did try room service for Dinner one night which was very good and we sat enjoying the fabulous views from our room. There is a shop/supermarket in the hotel selling everything from sandwiches and drinks to gifts. Very useful if you are touring to be able to pick something up before leaving in the morning. The staff were very friendly and as always in Japan efficient.
"Fantastic hotel "
Had a fantastic stay in this luxury hotel. Very helpful staff who could not do enough to help out with any questions I had for them. If you can upgrade to a corner room for even better all round views of the tower which looks even better at night! The hotel surrounded by parks to chill out in. Station very close by. Recommend this hotel highly in you need a few days stop over in Tokyo.
"A great hotel, with a price tag to show for it"
The Prince Park Tower is a great hotel, with a price tag to show for it. Arriving at Hamamatsucho subway station, on the Yamanote line, you can either take a taxi to the hotel (around 800 yens depending on traffic) or go downstairs to bus bay 5 and take the Hotel shuttle for free. The bus times are shown by the bay. It is an imposing building, right by Tokyo tower, surrounded by embassies, a lovely park with a shrine, and 900 yens taxi ride to Roppongi Hills’ shopping and restaurant area. The hotel has a top floor bar ‘Stellar Garden’ (it isn’t guaranteed you will get to seat by the side of Tokyo tower) with amazing views of the city, a café and several restaurant. They are on the pricey side. To give you an example, on New Year's eve we stopped at the bar for one glass (not a pint size) of beer and one glass of sake with soda, spending 3847 Yens - £28 at the time of writing. (the table charge was 1020, and it was discounted because we were hotel guests). However, there is also a fantastic shop on the ground floor, which is like a Family Mart where you can get food, alcohol, snacks, drinks, pastries, coffee for your room, etc. If, like us, you have been in Japan for a couple of weeks by this point, you may wish to eat in your room for a change, so this types of shops are truly heaven sent. The fridge in the room is already full (and you will see the price difference between those drinks and the ones from the shop downstairs), so make yourself some space and use the fridge for your stuff. You can also take the free shuttle to the station, and explore the area around there: there are plenty restaurants and even an Irish bar, all at a more restraint costs, than in the hotel. Alternatively, once the shuttle drops you off, you are only two stops away from the main train stations (Tokyo, Shinagawa, Shibuya, etc.) and each of them offers food, food and more food. Our room had a huge window on two sides – pretty spectacular – though it meant that once the sun was up the room turned into an oven, and the aircon was not the most efficient (a definite downside). The bathroom has a large shower and a large bathtub, plus all the amenities. There is free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel. The staff is great and efficient. The limousine bus transfer to Narita goes from the hotel, so you can get to the airport for 3100 Yens per person (if you still have your JR Pass use it to get on the Narita Express for free). They have an onsen/spa for an extra charge, a bowling alley and a karaoke room too. They organised a lovely countdown event in their private garden for new Year’s night with the guests being entertained by live music, sipping hot sweet drinks and releasing white helium balloons in the air at the bell– and given that there are no fireworks on the night, anywhere, it was a nice thing to do. After midnight you can then make your way to the nearby temples as per traditional Japanese custom. Overall it’s certainly a great hotel.
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Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM