The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo, Autograph Collection4.5 out of 5.0
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The location of the hotel is pretty good and the look is great a well, especially being intertwined with the lovely Japanese garden. Especially the view of the garden from the breakfast gives a very calming feel as you gulp down glasses of juices and smoothies of which there are plenty of options. The breakfast had a live egg counter, fruits, veggies, muffins/cakes, breads and other continental dishes, not so much of japanese fare although they have a separate japanese breakfast restaurant. The rooms were spacious and comfortable, had a large bathroom with separate shower cubicle, tub with jet spray feature, distinct toilet not within the bathroom. Amenities in the room were also great with a sophisticated water kettle, coffee maker, mini bar, and full set of toiletries. The check-in and checkout was quick and smooth and service was good, so a definite recommendation to stay at in Tokyo.
This is one of my favourite hotels in Tokyo. Room is huge, bed is big and super comfortable. Location is very convenient, next to the JR station. Take an easy walk in the beautiful garden behind the hotel is a good refreshment after a busy day. Staff is very friendly but with only there is room to get their English communication skill be improved. The newly opened Executive Lounge offers basic breakfast for members and a good place to take rest before dinner. However, it closes at 10:00 pm that is too early for me. There is no meeting room in the Executive Lounge that makes it not perfect. Besides, the Gym also closes at 10:00 pm. It is too early. However, this is quite normal in Japan.
A great launching point for visiting the Shinagawa area in Tokyo. If you are a Platinum member of Marriott the executive lounge has great breakfasts to help you get a quick start on your day. Walk from the train station and avoid waiting for the shuttle.
Located near the busyness of Shinagawa Station this hotel is set in a courtyard that is tranquil and relaxing. When we were there the cherry blossoms were beautiful. The rooms are larger than most in Japan and nicely furnished with plenty of plugs, etc. The staff was friendly. If you have luggage there is a hotel bus from Sinagawa Station to the hotel which is helpful. The executive lounge was very nice and the food good but the hotel restaurant could use a more varied dinner menu as it now offers only Italian food. Still, a great place to spend a few days in Tokyo.
This is a long over due review from a frequent travel with Platinum membership at Ritz Carlton/Marriott Hotel Chains. I stayed in Sakura Prince Hotel for over 7 months due to my work in Japan in 2015. Since then, I've been back many times both for pleasure and business, including latest trip in April 1-3rd during Cherry Blossom period. Every stay, ,I love this hotel more than before. I can easily say, Sakura Prince Hotel is the best hotel and my favorite hotel in the world. What makes this hotel special for me is their entire staff. Everyone including, concierge, front desk, restaurant staff are the best in class. In my point of view, they provide Japanese hospitality, Omotenashi, in a different level. HIghly recommend for short term or long terms stays.
This hotel is now associated with Marriott Hotels as part of its "Autograph Collection". This means that you can earn or redeem Marriott Rewards points here. This is a five-star hotel, with service levels to match. The staff is very friendly and helpful, always smiling and eager to help with any problems. Most speak English well. As you would expect, the rates are on the high side. There is a large garden adjacent to the hotel that is very pleasant to visit. But the best feature of the hotel is that it is only a five-minute walk to Shinagawa station, which provides connections to many trains. Our room was nicely furnished and well-maintained. There were adequate electrical outlets for charging phones and computers. The wi-fi was free and fast. There was a very nice breakfast buffet in a restaurant on the first floor that is free for eligible Marriott Rewards members. There was a good variety of high-quality food. The hotel restaurants are of high quality, but are also expensive. In the nearby Shinagawa Station there are many restaurants of varying quality and prices. Overall I enjoyed the stay and would not hesitate to stay there again. If you can afford the rates, it is a very nice hotel.
The Hotel was once a great place to stay near Shinagawa Station. But after each stay, I have to say that it is losing its splendor. The staff is getting less helpful and the Management does not respond to complaints at all. The price has by far exceeded the value of the stay by now. I was very disappointed during my last stay and will Change Hotels next time for sure.
I stayed at this hotel with the kind courtesy of my Japanese boss. Please do not confuse yourself with their another sister hotel which is located beside each other ( Prince Shinagawa Hotel and Grand Prince Shinagawa and the entrance is different for all hotels )Some of my comments about this hotel: 1. Great location - located just across Shinagawa Station exit Takanawa West but you can't really it from the roadside.Once you are out from the station, you can see Shinagawa Goos building, cross over and then turn right. About 20m, turn left and walk-up a small slope and you will reach the hotel ( overall it takes about 7 mins from the train station ) 2. Good breakfast spread and quality food, you can take either international buffet at Level 1 or Japanese buffet at Level 3. 3. The room is large with separate toilet and bathroom. Plenty of space to put luggages and for you to walk around in the room. 4. Hotel comes with a small but clean onsen facility. Also, provide complimentary drinking water. 5. Staff is kind and attentive and able to speak English. 6. Having such standard of hotel, the price is also on the higher side, especially during Sakura season, so book early. Lastly, do enjoy your stay in Japan!
Very nice room and hotel overall. Amazing grounds and garden. Had some so so reviews, but other than no executive lounge, which opens 4/11/17, we had a great experience. Breakfast was standard Marriott type buffet, but very good.
We traveled to Tokyo from Atlanta last week for our honeymoon and to enjoy the beautiful Sakura season. We had booked our suite online with points close to a year earlier for a king bed suite. Upon checking in we were told our room would have two twin beds. We asked for a room with a king instead (because we were on our honeymoon) but were told the hotel was fully booked. The staff was extremely apologetic. Other than that little snafu our stay was very nice. The breakfast buffet was outstanding, with great views of the garden each morning. The rooms were spacious. I loved the thick plush robes, slippers and a new floral arrangements daily, placed by a little note from staff letting us know of the next day's weather. That and the daily "turn down" service with chocolates... It was a nice touch. The bathroom very relaxing. I was considering using the spa during our stay, but found our own jet tub to be so relaxing that I didn't even need to. The infamous toilet was actually great. I just wish there was little English "cheat sheet" on which button was which..As I still don't know what they all did! Overall it was a very nice stay and close to the Shinagawa trains station....Even in twin beds!
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.
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 815 reviews