Shinagawa Prince Hotel is conveniently located two minutes away by foot from Shinagawa Station. From the hotel, Haneda Airport can be reached in just 11 minutes via the Keikyu Line, while the Yamanote Line and Tokaido Shinkansen also have connections at the station. Shinagawa is a bustling area home to popular attractions such as the Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, Maxell Aqua Park Shinagawa, as well as many temples and shopping streets.
With over 3,000 rooms, there’s sure to be one to suit the needs of every type of guest. Rooms have both wired and wireless internet access, electric kettles, safes, and refrigerators. The private bathrooms include amenities such as shampoo and conditioner and unique Japanese style bathrobes. Guest rooms are functional and many include spectacular views of the city.
Those who stay at Shinagawa Prince Hotel are spoiled for choice when it comes to dining options. Japanese style curry can be sampled at Curry Shop Sher, a restaurant which faces the outdoor tennis courts. The hotel is perhaps most well-known for Dining & Bar Table 9 Tokyo, which features panoramic views of the city 140 meters high. Additionally, a variety of Japanese food such as sushi, shabu-shabu, and oden can be sampled at Ajikaido Gojusantsugi, a casual restaurant which also has eight private dining rooms.
Endless entertainment options can be found within the hotel, which houses an 11-screen cinema complex, T JOY PRINCE Shinagawa. An aquarium can also be found in-house, in addition to bowling alleys, tennis courts, and two swimming pools. Souvenirs can be purchased from the Gift Shop, located on the first floor.