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A great place with ample space for a family of three. However, there’s no local restaurants near the hotel.

Great location, close to Tokyo Tower and parks. Room was clean, although picture was nicer. 15min line to check in, 27C hot room, no humidifier to rent out ( they said 10 people are waiting before us) are some good of the negatives.

Amazing hotel located conveniently close to the Akabanebashi chikatetsu (subway) station. It is actually within the Shiba koen (park), which is where it gets its “Park Tower Hotel “ name. It is also close to Tokyo Tower— an iconic city landmark. The property itself is gorgeous and the staff is super helpful. In the space of less than 50 feet, at least three women staffers offered to help me with my luggage—1 rolling carry-on suitcase. I’m not a frail guy but one of them was so insistent on helping that she wrestled it away from me. (Must have used judo on me. Just kidding.) The room is good size with every amenity. I would highly recommend this place.

Great stay! Good food and staff. Japanese breakfast is so so, otherwise all great

Outstanding hotel! Close to subway lines, every amenity available, incredible staff. Im sorry we had to leave. Will definitely return on our next trip.

Fantastic hotel in a great location! The beds were a bit firm for my liking, but otherwise we loved everything about it.

Perfect room for family There’s 2 beds and 2 futons.

Hotel room was great and very comfortable. The A/C was sporadic and temperature would not hold to the specified setting. The internet was terrible and I was able to get another wifi connection server which was not much better. For the price paid per night the gym should have been included into the price but had to pay extra. I travel frequently and this hotel was one of the worst for the price paid.

Good courteous service. Helpful staff. Very pleasant experience.

Hotel staff are friendly and helpful. However, they could not accommodate my late check out, which was disappointing. The hotel also has nice decor but the room was outdated on the 7th floor.

The hotel is modern and clean. Rooms are small, but most are in Japan. The location was great. However, one of the main reasons I booked here was because they have a pool. I was very disappointed to find they charge an additional $20 a person a day to use the pool. Breakfast discount they give you at check in brings it down to $30 a person.

The staff of this hotel almost makes up for the huge need to remodel. I booked it for two nights the staff was awesome the rooms just need some updating. It's a good hotel for one or two nights we picked it because it was close to Tokyo tower so we could do something our first night in Japan it worked out great for the price

A very friendly, clean and modern hotel. I stay here whenever I can!

My first couple of nights in Tokyo hotels, the rooms were tiny, cramped, and dingy. That's why my room at the Prince Park Tower Tokyo was unbelievable. I had a huge, bright room overlooking a beautiful park. I have nothing but positive things to say: the Internet was fast, the bed was so comfortable, the bathroom was spotless. I highly recommend the breakfast buffet. While expensive, it has a wonderful selection of healthy, delicious options. If you can get it included in the room stay, it's a wonderful way to start your day in Tokyo. Finally, the gym pictures don't do it justice. There is a full set of weights, fitness equipment, and treadmills.

The hotel itself is decent but they charge for everything. Better to go out for dinner as everything is extremely pricey. They even charge for the gym. The kicker was that they charged for a sofa seat on the 33rd floor bar filled with smoke.

Room is sizable but looks slack, especially carpet. I'm hving some business while on holiday & found that the location was not suitable. Taxi costing me anywhere from Yen1,400 & up. The subway system also need to change multiple time from where i had to go. I found hotel is under value.

Having lived in Japan most of my life, I didn't discover the hotel with the eyes of a tourist. The room was very spacious. The classical amenities were there but we're high quality products. The style of the room is rather outdated, still giving it a slight retro feeling. The quality of the Chinese restaurant as well as the tempura restaurant are outstanding. Only hurdle will be if your budget is not very flexible.

You can't beat the views and the grounds, it was an amazing place to stay. We walked to metro stations that were close by, and they took us all over the city. At night, we had a front row seat to the lit up Tokyo Tower. We would definitely stay here again. However, the hotel's restaurants were INSANELY expensive, so I would recommend figuring out other places to eat - though the food and service in the restaurants was amazing, as well.

I had a very nice experience. The staff was very friendly and helpful, and the room was amazing.

Confortable, fairly spacious rooms. Very well located near several metro stations (5-10min walks), however neighboorhood is a bit quiet in the evening if you're looking to go out. Rooms and amenities were excellent (and we were in a regular room, not the deluxe or premium floors) only negative is that the gym costs extra (about $20/day, $40 if you also want to use the pool)

4-8-1 Shibakoen Minato-ku Tokyo Tokyo-to

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Shiba Park and Tokyo Tower
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Indoor pool

Located in Minato, The Prince Park Tower Tokyo is adjacent to Shiba Park and within a 10-minute walk of other popular attractions like Tokyo Tower. This 5-star hotel has 603 guestrooms and offers an indoor pool, free in-room WiFi, and a fitness center.


Dining

There are ample dining options with 7 onsite restaurants, including Brise Verte, which specializes in Modern European cuisine. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café.


Rooms

Guests can enjoy a TV and stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. The bathroom offers a jetted tub, hair dryers, and designer toiletries. Other standard amenities include a refrigerator, a minibar, and free newspapers.


Property features

Guests staying at The Prince Park Tower Tokyo enjoy an indoor pool, a fitness center, and a sauna. If you drive, self parking is JPY 1500 per night, or you can take advantage of the airport shuttle at scheduled times for JPY 3200 per person one-way. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with luggage storage, securing valuables, and dry cleaning/laundry. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include free WiFi in public areas, a conference center, and a 24-hour business center.

Room options

Park Suite Room, Non-Smoking

Twin 2 | Sleeps 4

Panoramic King Room, Non-Smoking, Tokyo Tower View

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Panoramic Twin Room, Non-Smoking, Tokyo Tower View

Twin 2 | Sleeps 4

Panoramic Corner King Room, Non-Smoking

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Guest reviews for The Prince Park Tower Tokyo

Everyone (14) Couples (7) Business (3) Family (5) Other (3) Friends (1)
5
Families Families

A great place with ample space for a family of three. However, there’s no local restaurants near the hotel.

By on Apr 20, 2019

3
Everyone

Great location, close to Tokyo Tower and parks. Room was clean, although picture was nicer. 15min line to check in, 27C hot room, no humidifier to rent out ( they said 10 people are waiting before us) are some good of the negatives.

By on Jan 3, 2019

5
Everyone

Amazing hotel located conveniently close to the Akabanebashi chikatetsu (subway) station. It is actually within the Shiba koen (park), which is where it gets its “Park Tower Hotel “ name. It is also close to Tokyo Tower— an iconic city landmark. The property itself is gorgeous and the staff is super helpful. In the space of less than 50 feet, at least three women staffers offered to help me with my luggage—1 rolling carry-on suitcase. I’m not a frail guy but one of them was so insistent on helping that she wrestled it away from me. (Must have used judo on me. Just kidding.) The room is good size with every amenity. I would highly recommend this place.

By , from From San Francisco on Nov 2, 2018

5
Everyone

Great stay! Good food and staff. Japanese breakfast is so so, otherwise all great

By , from San Diego on Oct 26, 2018

5
Everyone

Outstanding hotel! Close to subway lines, every amenity available, incredible staff. Im sorry we had to leave. Will definitely return on our next trip.

By on Oct 17, 2018

5
Everyone

Fantastic hotel in a great location! The beds were a bit firm for my liking, but otherwise we loved everything about it.

By on Oct 17, 2018

5
Everyone

Perfect room for family There’s 2 beds and 2 futons.

By , from Korea on Sep 24, 2018

3

nice hotel but price did not match quality

Everyone

Hotel room was great and very comfortable. The A/C was sporadic and temperature would not hold to the specified setting. The internet was terrible and I was able to get another wifi connection server which was not much better. For the price paid per night the gym should have been included into the price but had to pay extra. I travel frequently and this hotel was one of the worst for the price paid.

By on Apr 18, 2018

5

nice hotel, good service

Everyone

Good courteous service. Helpful staff. Very pleasant experience.

By on Feb 24, 2018

4
Everyone

Hotel staff are friendly and helpful. However, they could not accommodate my late check out, which was disappointing. The hotel also has nice decor but the room was outdated on the 7th floor.

By on Jan 2, 2018

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