The Shinagawa Prince is a property ranged over four towers located close to the JR Shinagawa Train Station in Minato, Tokyo. Two swimming pools, lovely views and some very varied eating options are some hotel features.
There are 3560 guestrooms in the main, annex, north and east towers, many with stunning views. Minibar, LCD TV and free high speed Wi-Fi are some room features. Rooms are air conditioned and have en suites with tub.
The Shinagawa Prince has extensive meeting and banquet facilities. There are two pools, arcade room, tennis courts, a bowling alley, karaoke bar and cinemas onsite. Hair salon, laundry service, gift shop, childcare and parking are other property features.
The Shinagawa Prince Court & Sky Dining are some of the many dining options available to guests onsite. Guests can choose from various different cuisines.
Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum, Mori Art Museum and Tokyo Midtown are not far from the hotel.
WiFi in lobby
4-10-30 Takanawa, Minato, Tokyo, 108-8611, Tokyo, Japan
The Shinagawa Prince is very well located and
connected said guests who stayed here. There is some good shopping close by and
the hotel is also close to the railway and metro stations making it easy for
guests to get around. There are stunning views from the rooms and restaurants
Recommended by business and leisure visitors
Business visitors recommend the hotel particularly since it is very well equipped for professional requirements and because the staff is attuned to their needs. Many business visitors stay here repeatedly. Leisure visitors and families also enjoyed their stays here because of the many leisure amenities provided.
The quality of
service is generally well spoken of. The staff speaks good English and is very
polite, professional and attentive to guest requirements.
A great many guests at the Shinagawa Prince felt that the bathrooms, tub and rooms were very small and cramped. Rooms have very little space for big bags. Some guests had problems with the temperature control and some felt that the type of furniture and upkeep offered were not up to par. The rooms in the different towers are fairly varied too.
Though some guests thought that the hotel is good value, others felt that the hotel is overpriced for the amenities and the size of room offered. When fully booked the place gets very crowded and the air conditioning cannot cope felt some guests.
Some rooms have very poor views and some rooms above the main street also tend to get quite noisy according to guests.