- Charges for extra guests may apply and vary depending on the property's policy.
- A cash deposit or credit card for incidental charges, as well as a government-issued photo ID, are required at check-in.
- Special requests are subject to availability at the time of check-in and can't be guaranteed. Certain requests may come with additional charges.
- The following credit cards are accepted: American Express, Diners Club, JCB International, MasterCard, and Visa.
- Reservations need to be made in advance for massage services and spa treatments. Contact the hotel at the phone number listed on your booking confirmation.
- As required by the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare, all international visitors must submit their passport number and nationality when registering at any lodging facility (inns, hotels, motels, etc. ). Also, it's required that lodging proprietors photocopy the passports of all registering guests and keep the photocopy on file.
- No rollaway or extra beds are available.
The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo, Autograph Collection4.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
I recently stayed here for a week on business. At first I wasn’t sure about staying in this location as it is a bit removed from what I call downtown (Ginza , Tokyo station and key business area), but the hotel was only a short 5-8 minute walk from Shinagawa Station - a main hub for many train and metro lines, so it was very convenient. It was only about 15-20 minutes by metro to Ginza. The hotel is part of the Autograph Collection for Marriott brands. The reception team was very friendly and checked me in quickly. My room was in the tower on the top floor and was really large by Tokyo standards. Room was very modern - the decor was great. I had an Amazing view across the city. The bed was large and very comfortable. Ample amenities and toiletries. Deep massage tub as well as shower. Towels were a bit rough and scratchy however. Great cordless iron in the room too. Lighting was a little dim feeling. Executive Lounge was in main floor near lobby. Good food choices for breakfast as well as tea and cocktail hours. All in all I was very happy with this location and property and would stay here again.
I was not expecting very much because the exterior of this hotel looks like it is straight out of the 70s and it's located in a completely dead neighborhood, but the interior of the hotel is actually stunning - polished, modern, and seemingly new looking. The room was very large and well outfitted, with great views overlooking the garden, complete with cherry blossoms. The fitness center is quite good for a hotel gym. The "executive lounge" was pretty good for Marriott elites, though it could be a bit crowded at times. Staff were generally helpful but weren't always able to navigate language barriers (I had asked for some help with baseball tickets but didn't get far and ended up using the Internet myself). Having Shinagawa station across the street is really convenient - you can get anywhere from there, but note that there is otherwise nothing to do in this neighborhood so load up your Suica card. I would definitely stay again but probably would try an accommodation closer to some action next time.
If you need the internet, go elsewhere. Plus, as others mentioned if you are a Platinum, probably the Marriott Tokyo (just up the street) is a much better place. I told the front desk about the internet, and the person said there is no problem with the internet. I responded that my company has three rooms and the internet didn't work in any. The front desk person got angry and wouldn't talk to me anymore. I thought the front desk service was quite rude. Plus, platinum guests are only allowed to eat breakfast in the very poor standard lounge. The main restaurant allows you to order fresh eggs etc but this is not permitted in the lounge (which is right across the hall from the restaurant) and the rest of the breakfast offering is of a poor standard. I will say that my room was quite nice. I will go back to the Tokyo Marriott rather than the Sakura Tower. I guess i was expecting something special from an "Autograph Collection" hotel.
The hotel is well placed for accessing the rail station and just a short walk away. Cherry blossoms in full bloom and has an amazing garden especially overlooking the dining place. The room was spacious and well lit. Love the Japanese cuteness. The staff were excellent except for one night receptionist who was extremely rude(needs to meditate more).
We stayed here for 4 nights and loved it! Location cannot be beat - quite near the subway and great food. Surrounded by a huge garden of cherry trees so springtime, when we were there, was wonderful. This is a deluxe property so don't expect an in room coffee maker or electric kettle. Tokyo is very expensive for dining if in hotel but you won't need to as there are so many choices nearby. Beds were a bit hard for us, we like firm but these were hard.
We chose this hotel because of location and affiliation with Autograph Collection. Easy access from train station (direct train from Narita), excellent spa, great lounge. Room is nice, views to Tokyo Tower.
My family and I stayed at this hotel at the last week of March for five days. It’s during the cherry blossom season and so right outside the hotel there are a lot of cherry blossoms which is very beautiful. The room is very clean even thought it’s a bit dated. The size is quite big compared to most Japanese hotel rooms. I also like the fact that their toilet and shower area are separated. The front desk and concierge are super friendly and helpful. They have helped with a restaurant reservation. Because of my husband’s gold status, we were able to access the lounge. The breakfast selection is quite good. And it’s very conveniently located on the first floor. We also enjoy their gym a lot with lots of equipment options and it’s very well maintained. The location of this hotel is within five mins walk from Shinagawa Station, which is very convenient to take trains/subways to most tourist spots. From Narita Airport, you can take the narita express directly to the Shinagawa Station. Overall, this is a good place to stay. Definitely will recommend it.
I’m a loyal Marriott man so I was keen to book one of their few properties in Tokyo. What a win this one turned out to be! I’d go back in a heartbeat! Now, truth be told, this property isn’t on the beaten tourist track, but I found I preferred being here in a “real” part of the city. The hotel is just steps from Shinagawa Station and the JR trains that run through it will take you everywhere you might want to go - no need for a metro pass. Now, the hotel room was enormous by Tokyo standards...King sized bed, sitting area, dressing area, huge bath with tub, separate commode with the very best Toto accoutrements. The workout facilities were modern and well-staffed; big jacuzzi / onsen area. I adored the first-floor executive lounge for breakfast and evening cocktails - everything excellent quality, subtle Japanese elegance. The Italian restaurant on the first floor was quite good and we regret not trying the steak house in an old private home on the property. The staff was superb and supremely helpful! Definitely going to return!
While in Tokyo there is no other place to choose but this lovely hotel!! We had the most fabulous stay at this wonderful hotel. From the moment we got to the door we felt special. All the extra touches and the hospitality extended by all the staff made us feel so welcomed. We are loyal Marriott members and loyalty is much appreciated at this hotel. We were upgraded to a corner room on the top floor with an incredible city view and a spacious overlook of the beautiful garden below. The rooms were big, lovely and so comfortable. Loved the extra touches form all the toiletries and the comfy pajamas to sleep in each night. Incredible bathroom with more than you will need for a comfortable stay. The high tech toilets were a pleasant surprise. Our favorite part of the stay was the great relaxation floor and public bath. As a westerner, this was our first time in a public bath, so was a bit intimidated by the etiquette. No suits required and it is so relaxing. It was a great setting to acclimate us into the Japanese onset culture. Loved the dry and hot steam sauna. But the best part was the awesome massage chairs in a quiet room that melted every ounce of tension and muscle stiffness from the long flight. The garden behind the hotel is just spectacular and we were even able to see a few early Sakura in bloom. The location is great. Just a short walk to the Shinigawa station that provides access to all the transit points in town. Safe and quiet neighborhood around the hotel. Don't miss an opportunity to stay here. We can't wait to go back. Such a great way to kick off our Journey to Japan. Thank you for a lovely time in Tokyo.
Great location to explore Tokyo, just 5 minute walk from Shinagawa train station and “ramen row.” Hotel shares a nice garden with a few other hotels and was perfect for viewing the cherry blossoms. Staff were all very cheerful and efficient. The concierge actually had a very good suggestion for getting around - buy a Suica card and use the JR Yamanote circular loop to get to all the major destinations in the city. Room was spacious and bed was comfortable. Nice spa area with hot tub, steam room and dry sauna. Lots of perks if you’re Marriott Gold - free breakfast ($30/person value) and happy hour with delicious appetizers. It rained the first night and luckily they had umbrellas to loan, very thoughtful. They also offer a “green clean” option if you don’t need your room cleaned every day and give you a ¥1000 voucher to use in the restaurant. Definitely would stay here again.
- Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Health club
Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum is within 2 miles (3 km) of The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo, Autograph Collection while other popular attractions such as Tokyo Tower are within 3 miles (5 km). This 4.5-star hotel welcomes guests with 288 rooms and conveniences like a full-service spa, free in-room WiFi, and a health club. Located in central Minato, the hotel is also near Mori Art Museum and Tokyo Midtown.
Enjoy dining at Nadaman, one of 2 onsite restaurants. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service. For your convenience, breakfast is available for a fee.
The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo, Autograph Collection's 288 rooms are air-conditioned and provide minibars, coffee makers, and free newspapers. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and wired Internet, plus flat-screen TVs with satellite channels and pay movies. Beds are dressed in premium bedding and bathrooms offer jetted tubs, hair dryers, and free toiletries. Free bottled water, safes, and phones are also standard.
Renovated in 2013, The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo, Autograph Collection offers a full-service spa, a health club, and a spa tub. If you drive, self parking is JPY 1500 per day, and there's also a free area shuttle. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include a sauna, free WiFi in public areas, and conference space.
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90.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1007 reviews