The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo, Autograph Collection4.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Really enjoyed staying at this hotel. Good service, work will with foreign travelers, and nice facilities. The restaurants are very good and added to the experience. The convenient location near Shingawa station is a real plus.
Decided to stay at a hotel that is near a train station to enable us to easily move around Tokyo. Finally decided on The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo hotel, which is a 5 min walk from the Shinagawa station. This allows us to easily get around Tokyo and surrounding areas as Shinagawa is a major train hub that has both the normal and Shinkansen available. Though I converted my points for 2 rooms at this hotel, I felt really welcomed from the moment I arrived. The staff were so friendly and accommodating to me & my family. I had specify 2 adults & 1 kid per room (for my total family size of 6) and due to my Platinum status, they told me that Executive Lounge access had been granted for my entire family – across both rooms! The kids were thrilled that they could access the lounge as I had initially pre-warned them about the typical restriction of only 1 room having that privilege. The food & drinks served in the lounge were great. They also tried out the whirlpool/spa facility, which came with the club entitlement. Apparently, in the ladies’ section, there is a nice range of Shiseido toiletries that they could use to clean, tone & moisturize themselves! There is also a relaxation corner where there are 2 Panasonic massage chairs. Really good to be able to pop down there at the end of a day of walking, shopping & sightseeing to get the entire body & feet massaged. The room were decent-sized but drawer storage space was a little on the low side. The closet had enough space to hang quite a lot of clothes, but not quite enough hangers were available. There is a separate shower & bath tub – so my wife could enjoy a soak in the bath, while I am able to shower All in all, a great 5-night stay at this hotel.
Awesome Hotel. Great location. A little away from the hustle bustle, yet close to station to where you can get anywhere in Tokyo ro Japan for that matter. Great staff. Rooms are nice and big. Beds are a nice size. Four of us (inlcuding our two kids) were very comfortable. Very clean. A short walk from station. Anna Millers next door is great for breakfast. Dont think twice about it. Unfortunately, you need to be Gold with Marriott to access the lounge. Silver doesn't do it.
the elder lady at concierge told us fish market is 10 min walk from shimbashi station and we got lost she only said it’s 10 min walk and we got there at shimabshi station in a cold weather didn’t know where to go the other lady Mayumi was having an attitude with me i was trying to print out documents and the hotel wasn’t able to print the computer in the hotel is all in japanese and i wasn’t able to log on to my hotmail was such a hassle to go through all this said thank you to her in the end and she gave you a poker face wrote a complain letter to the hotel no one responded had to call to get a reply so now i am on here to let ppl know of your service mindset i had my parents staying in my room with me this hotel charges by head count don’t understand why other hotels only charge you td extra bed i was being honest telling the front desk we got three ppl they charge you extra for the other two guests so it’s 300 usd per night staying in a four star hotel if you r a gold memeber lounge food is all cold during happy hour no hot dishes served i will not come back
I stayed here for 7 nights with my wife and 2 kids as I used Marriott Rewards points for night redemption, as it is part of the Autograph Collection. The location is very close to Shinagawa station, better than Marriott Tokyo. It makes it very easy to go out as Shinagawa station is a huge station in Tokyo. We were given high floor room overlooking the garden. The room is very roomy for Japanese standards and easily fit my 5 year old son and my 2 year old daughter (in a cot). The garden itself is worth visiting as it is beautiful, nested between other Prince Group hotels. As Marriott Gold we received free breakfast for family of 4 daily in the executive lounge on ground floor. The food is adequate for our needs and I love the Japanese design of the hotel. We also received late checkout as Marriott Gold. There are coin operated laundry nearby but takes about 13 minutes walk just behind the Takanawadai Station. To get there you will need to go via the garden and via the foyers of the Grand Prince Hotel New Takanawa and towards the station. It is called Tajima Coin Laundry in Google Maps it is mainly used by the locals. We were very happy with the hotel and will not hesitate to stay there again, and recommend it to others.
The hotel located right beside the JR train station, very convenient for food and travel. The room space was very impressive with nice view. The staff’s English level were pretty good, which helped a lot. The hotel has directly bus to the airports, JPY3,100 / 90mins to the Narita airport, you could book the seat at the reception. Personal feeling the some of the receptionists were a bit argent. The cleanness of the room was a bit annoying. The 2nd day when I returned to my room after it has been made-up, found some hair in the basin, which was a bit…… Overall the location worth everything.
I stayed 2 time in this hotel. I really enjoyed staying at The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo. The staff were very helpfull, kind and warm, this hotel have big and clean room. this hotel near with Shinagawa station,
Location is abt 5 minutes walk from the Shinagawa station building. This station serves many places of interest within Tokyo and outer cities. Hotel staff was very warmth and welcoming. Executive Lounge is a little small and was usually crowded during our stay.
Location wise, it is great. It is a few minutes away from the Shinagawa train station. The staff members are courteous and attentive. As a Marriott Platinum member, we got upgraded to a corner room with a large tub and shower combo bathroom. View from this corner room is also very good as it overlooks the garden, even though trees are leafless in the winter, we can imagine what spring will be like. Lounge on the first floor offers great beverage choices, breakfast, evening happy hour and more. The only thing we are a little unhappy with is that food choices never changed during our stay so every morning it is the same bacon, eggs, sausage, etc.; while in the evening the hors d'oeuvres are also the same every night. If you stay here more than a few nights, which we did, you'd soon get tired of these repeated choices. Otherwise, there is no complaint at all. We were very happy we chose this hotel for our recent stay in Tokyo. We'd likely return to this hotel in the future.
I had booked a 2 night stay for the 5-7 Janaury in a Tokyo Tower view room. Arriving about 230pm I was welcomed back by the front desk and was able to go to my room straight away and was offered a 3pm late check out due to my Marriott status. The room was large and well appointed ( on the 9th floor) with a great view of tokyo tower. The king bed was huge and the room had a fridge with 2 bottles of water. The bathroom had a jacuzzi bath and a separare shower with the toilet in a separate room across the bedroom hall. Turndown service offered a chocolate and a card on the bed with the next day' s weather forecast. The fitness centre and the whirlpool were large and well appointed. At 0105am on the 6th I was woken up by a loud rumbling sound but did not hear amy movement but immediately afterwards the speaker in the room announced ( in Japanese ,English and chinese ) that there had been an earthquake but that the hotel was quake proof and there was no need to take any action)- I later found out it was a 4.9 but well offshore. After that I fell back to sleep on the very comfortable bed ( I slept better than at the Conrad) My room rate included breakfast and it was excellent with a great variety of western and japanese options ( the miso soup was excellent) and the omelettes were made to order and great pastries.All the staff in the restaurant and bar were excellent and friendly. The garden behind the hotel was excellent and agreat escape coming back from exploring tokyo as it is so peaceful with a lake, waterfall lawn, shrine and a bell. There were several couples getting their wedding photos taken. The garden has illumination at night so you can see the bell and the shrine. The location is excellent bieng a 5 min walk from the JR Shinagawa station and a 10min walk to the toei asakusa line station at Takanawandai with a great Patiserie shop on the street. There is a shopping mall at the nearby Prince hotel and shops/bars at Shinagawa station. All the staff in the hotel were friendly and offered excellent service. On satuurday night between 8 pm and 10pm the lower part of the tokyo tower had a different illumination ( it was white diamonds compared to the normal orange lights) and looked spectactular from my room. The room also had a Dulce Gusto coffee maker with 4 capsules which were delicious. Overall it was an excellent stay in a wonderfully comfortable room and with fantastic staff and facilites in a great location to explore tokyo.
- Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Health club
Located in Minato within 2 miles (3 km) of Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum, The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo, Autograph Collection is within a few miles (5 km) of other popular sights such as Tokyo Tower. 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 Tokyo, 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% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 975 reviews