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Excellent Hotel in a good Tokyo district for visitors. Within walking distance (10 minutes), right up the hill from the busy Shinagawa station, this hotel is a great choice from which to access the city. Front desk service is polite and professional, most importantly proficient...More
After a long haul flight from SFO, I stayed at Grand Prince Hotel Takanawa.
As I checked in almost midnight, I was upgraded to a superior room.
The room seems to have been renovated, very clean,
spacious bathroom with full of amenities(Toothbrash, Razor, Bath salt,...More
The Prince hotel chain runs a huge complex of interrelated hotels on the west side of the Shinagawa station (a major shinkansen stop on the south side of Tokyo), and the Grand Prince Takanawa was one of the first to open. Of course there is...More
After a trip to Hakone, I stayed over at Takanawa for 2 days. As indicated, it met all of my expectations. From arrival, they were polite and spoke reasonably good English (something I felt comfortable).
My luggage was transferred from another hotel and they quickly...More
This hotel was only a short walking distance from Shinigawa Train Station.
Although its situated in a bustling business part of Tokyo, it felt secluded with its garden surroundings and a part view of Mt Fuji (on a clear day). The room was a little...More
In Shinagawa, an office district shares space with luxury residential buildings and the scene is constantly changing with rapid development. Ikedayama park and Togoshi park are great places to see beautiful traditional Japanese gardens with ponds, as well as enjoy the changing seasons. Shinagawa was a post and a port town during the Edo era and the lavish old Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples at Shinagawa
and Ebara are very popular. It's a great place to get in touch with the old Edo atmosphere on a pleasure boat cruising along the canal. The neighboring area around Gotanda station is a study in modern contrasts filled with unique restaurants and a lively nightlife.
To Haneda (HND): Use the hotel's shuttle bus service down to the Shinagawa Station complex and get on a Haneda-bound train on the Keihin Kyuko Railway for less than US$4.00 per person. It's 15-20 minute. Make sure to know... More
To Haneda (HND): Use the hotel's shuttle bus service down to the Shinagawa Station complex and get on a Haneda-bound train on the Keihin Kyuko Railway for less than US$4.00 per person. It's 15-20 minute. Make sure to know which Haneda station to get off between the international and domestic ones.
To Narita (NRT): Two options - bus or train. Direct bus service is available at certain times of the day from this very hotel. Check with the hotel reception. It's about US$30 per person and takes about 75 minutes. Direct train service by the Keihin Kyuko Railway or by Japan Railway (JR) East. Their tran fares ranges from US$18 to US$30, depending on services (speed and comfort levels). The simplest is the direct bus its service is truly door to door. Down at Shinagawa Prince Hotel, there's an hourly direct bus service to Narita Airport almost all through the day, except when the airport is not open.
I did not see any gym facility in the Grand pPrince Takanawa. However, I reckon there is one in The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo. The Sakura Tower is located on the way up to the Grand Prince when you walk from Shinagawa... More
I did not see any gym facility in the Grand pPrince Takanawa. However, I reckon there is one in The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo. The Sakura Tower is located on the way up to the Grand Prince when you walk from Shinagawa station.