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The Prince Park Tower Tokyo
Tokyo, JapanEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At The Prince Park Tower Tokyo
A mega-sized Tokyo hotel (673 rooms, bowling alley, and eight restaurants) in the Minato district, near Roppongi.
Despite its massive size, the Prince Park Tower Tokyo still manages to be is a quiet refuge in Tokyo's Minato district. Thanks to the hotel group's Japanese roots, interiors reflect the country's streamlined aesthetics, with minimal furnishings and modern amenities—including an all-glass elevator that whisks guests to the tower's 673 rooms. While it caters to the suit-and-tie crowd, there are plenty of options for leisure travelers. At the spa, hot springs are filled with water pumped from the nearby Shiba Park, and guests can head to the in-house bowling alley after touring the city on two wheels (courtesy of the property's bicycle-rental program). The hotel's eight restaurants include Cantonese-style fare at Yomeiden, and sushi and sashimi from Hamashiba.
Heading out on a day trip? Rent a car from the depot in the hotel lobby.
After checkout, a shuttle bus will transport guests from the hotel to Hamamatsucho station, which connects to Tokyo's Haneda International Airport.
Arrive at Haneda International Airport (HND) which is approximately 11 miles from the hotel. Anticipate between 30 and 40 minutes of travel time depending on traffic.4-8-1 Shibakoen, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- 24-hour Business Center
- Indoor Heated Pool
- Fitness Center
- Aerobics Studio
- Bowling Alley
- Bike Rentals
- Hotel Shops
- Rental Car Station
- Sofa Sets
- Writing Desks
- LCD TVs
- High-speed Internet
- Hair Dryers
- Electric Kettles
- Coffee Makers
- Assorted Bath Amenities
- Eight Restaurants
- Rooftop Lounge
- Two Lounges
- 2 person max occupancy
- Hotel Taxes
Why We Love Tokyo
Tokyo's maze of neighborhoods seems to offer up every imaginable sight and sound—some of them cacophonous and modern (speeding bullet trains), and some of them ancient (centuries-old shrines and temples).
Where to Shop: The Roppongi Hills Shopping Mall is set in a tower that is also home to the Mori Art Museum and a cooking school aptly named "Happy Cooking." Head to the viewing platform located on the 52nd floor for a scenic view of Tokyo.
Where to Eat: The Tonkatsu Yachiyo, a tiny food counter in the famous Tsukiji Fish Market, is the spot for miso soup and a plate of crispy prawns.
Tsukiji Fish Market; 5-2 Tsukiji Chuo-ku
Lunch for two $40.
Where to Drink: Jazz performances and Cuban cigars are on tap at Tableaux Lounge, in the hip Daikanyama neighborhood. Try the Japonito, a blend of mint, vodka, siso liqueur, lime, and sugar.
Tableaux Lounge; Sunroser Daikanyama B1.
Drinks for two $35.
Why Go Now
September 9 - 23, 2012
Grand Sumo Tournament
Grab ringside seats for this popular cultural melee.
October 20 - 28, 2012
Tokyo International Film Festival
The 25th-annual film festival will culminate with a showing of Clint Eastwood's "Trouble with the Curve."
December 17 - 19, 2012
Shop for holiday gifts and souvenirs from over 50 vendors at the Senso-Ji Temple.
January 6, 2013
Organized by the Tokyo Fire Department, this New Year's Parade will include acrobatic ladder stunts and other fire tricks.