"Nice Hotel "
Staff were very friendly and helpful Room size was above what I was expected. Big room Will organized Nice design Hotel location was not bad (near to mini markets, some restaurants and train station) Beds and pillows were very comfortable Enjoyed my stay Overall experience was good
"Wow, What a Strategic Location and a Real Gem of a Hotel"
I recently completed a solo trip to Japan and used this as my base. The location is excellent to say the least. If you fly into Haneda, you are more or less a 15 minute direct train ride way for around $4 USD. You are also handy to the JR Yamanote line which basically gets you anywhere in the Tokyo metro in a flash and to the Shinkansen line that serves Osaka and Kyoto. The rooms are very spacious and very nice quality. The service from the staff was spectacular. The breakfast (free for me as a Gold Marriott member) was wonderful. The gardens outside are beatiful and the hotel is super quiet. I could not have been happier with this hotel.
"Beautiful Grounds, Needs some Updating"
We stayed here for a couple nights and it was perfectly nice, the location is very convenient to the Shinagawa station. The lobby and hotel grounds are beautiful. The rest of the hotel needs some work. The restaurant is an Italian place with a pretty limited menu. The room were large, but the bathrooms need some help. They are very dated. It was also strange that the toilet is in a tiny little room across from the bathroom.
We stayed at the Marriott and the Prince Sakura. Both are wonderful hotels, the service is considerably better at the Prince, while the room is a bit nicer at the Marriott. The jacuzzi and saunas at the Prince are wonderful and it is a short (500 Meter) walk to Shinagawa station that has the subway and the train.
"Elegant hotel and spacious rooms"
The Prince Sakura Tower hotel is located just 5 minutes walk away from Shinagawa train station. A bus service runs regularly, every 40 minutes, from the airport to the hotel and vice versa. The transportation is very convenient and easy to use. It is also possible to reach the hotel via the Narita Express and the standard train. Outside the hotel there are always several taxis if necessary. The staff is very kind. When you arrive at the entrance, they go with you to the front desk and make you find the luggage in the room. The staff speaks perfectly English, so communication is really simple. Rooms, spread over 14 floors, are all very spacious, not common in Tokyo. Furnished with contemporary units, they have a bathroom with tub and very large shower, complete with towels, bathrobes, toothbrush, hair dryer, soaps, etc. Roooms have adjustable air-conditioning, large LCD TV, dryer, alarm clock, wireless internet access, ... In the wardrobe you can find slippers and iron. We are offered every day two bottles of water, free use of a coffee machine with capsules, and several types of tea and herbal teas. In the large room there are two armchairs and a coffee table. The view from the upper floors, especially at night on Tokyo tower, is spectacular. Around the hotel there is a Japanese-style garden well looked after. I went to the restaurant "Ciliegio" for an European-style breakfast. You can find everything there, from fruit to dessert, from hot to cold dishes. There is another restaurant offering Japanese-style breakfast. These restaurants can also be used for lunch and dinner. Since the hotel is near the train station, you can easily find many restaurants on both sides of the station: fast foods, Japanese restaurants, Italian restaurants, ... supermarkets and souvenir shops are everywhere. I've been in many places in Tokyo, and this is one of the hotels where I suggest to stay.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM