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Prince Hotel Takanawa guest room blog accommodation notes and reviews (near Shinagawa Station)

I stayed at Grand Prince Hotel Takanawa, so I will write a blog review of the guest room. This hotel is located close to Shinagawa Station and has good access from the countryside.

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Details of Grand Prince Hotel Takanawa

Breakfast is explained in the article below.

Blog review of Prince Hotel Takanawa's breakfast (buffet with a wide variety of items)



TEL 03-3447-1111
FAX 03-3446-0849
ADRESS 3-13-1 Takanawa, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-8612

Check in Check out

  • check-in
    15:00 (Last check-in: 26:00)
  • check out

Total number of rooms

  • 372 rooms

In-house facilities

  • restaurant
  • tea lounge
  • bar lounge
  • banquet hall
  • Wedding hall
  • non-smoking room
  • Pool (summer only)
  • tea room
  • Courtesy bus
  • Computer available
  • morning Call
  • Parking available

Equipment and amenities

  • tv set
  • Satellite broadcasting (free)
  • phone
  • Internet connection (LAN format)
  • Internet connection (wireless LAN format)
  • kettle
  • refrigerator
  • Hairdryer
  • Trouser press (rental)
  • Desk lamp (some)
  • Iron (rental)
  • Iron (some)
  • Humidifier (rental)
  • Humidifier (some)
  • Toilet with washing machine
  • Soap (solid)
  • Body soap
  • shampoo
  • rinse
  • Toothbrush
  • razor
  • shower cap
  • Comb
  • brush
  • towel
  • bath towel
  • nightwear
  • slipper
  • safe


circulation bus

A free shuttle bus runs from Shinagawa Station to Prince Hotel Takanawa.

The bus circulates between four hotels, all of which are large-scale hotels, so buses depart frequently from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Access from railway

Route/station name Time required
Shinkansen/JR Line/Keikyu Line Shinagawa Station (Takanawa Exit) About 5 minutes walk (The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo is about 3 minutes walk)
Toei Subway Asakusa Line Takanawadai Station About 3 minutes walk (The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo is about 5 minutes walk)
Keikyu Line Haneda Airport Station Fastest 11 minutes

Access by car/taxi

  • Approximately 30 minutes from Haneda Airport
  • Approximately 20 minutes from Tokyo Station
  • About 10 minutes from JR Line, Monorail Hamamatsucho Station
  • About 15 minutes from Ginza
  • Approximately 12 minutes from Oi IC
  • Approximately 12 minutes from Shibakoen IC
  • About 10 minutes from Meguro IC
  • About 8 minutes from Gotanda IC


1,000 parking spaces

General: (30 minutes) ¥500

Hotel guests: Accommodation 1 night (24 hours / 1 car) ¥1,500
Banquet Up to 4 hours free
Food and drink Cafe only Up to 2 hours free when spending ¥2,000 or more
Meals up to 3 hours free when spending ¥5,000 or more
Total amount of food, drink and shopping Free shopping for up to 3 hours with purchases of ¥5,000 or more Free
shopping for up to 3 hours with purchases of ¥5,000 or more

*If you exceed the limit, a separate "parking fee" will be charged.

Access from Haneda Airport

transportation route Time required
train Keikyu Line (toward Shinagawa) Fastest 11 minutes to Shinagawa Station (about 5 minutes walk from the station)
car or taxi Via Shuto Expressway Approximately 30 minutes

Access from Narita Airport

transportation route Time required
train Narita Express (Yokohama/Ofuna direction) Approximately 63 minutes to Shinagawa Station (about 5 minutes walk from the station)
car or taxi Via toll road Approximately 80 minutes

Japanese garden

As soon as you step out of the hotel, you will see a Japanese garden. The garden is surrounded by three hotels: Grand Prince Hotel Takanawa, The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo, and Grand Prince Hotel New Takanawa.

Inside the garden, there is a guesthouse, a tea room, a Kannon-do hall, and more.

The garden is so rich in nature that you can feel the four seasons, so much so that you won't believe you are in a city.

▼It's lit up at night, making it a great photo opportunity.

Review with photos

Now, let me introduce it with photos. This time, I took a taxi from Shinagawa Station to the hotel front desk. I arrived at the taxi stand at Shinagawa Station for 500 yen.

Front lobby floor

You can also go there on foot, but the hotel is located on a hill, so it's a steep uphill climb.

▼The lobby floor is spacious and has a calming atmosphere.

▼Click here for the map of the facility. There is not only a restaurant but also a wedding salon.

▼I arrived at the front desk around 16:00. There were about 3 people in line in front of me, but the wait was about 5 minutes.

▼There are also many restaurants.

▼Rooms are located from the 3rd floor to the 15th floor.

Guest room

Next, we will introduce the guest rooms.

▼This time it's a king-sized bedroom.

▼There are two pillows each.

▼There is a small table and chairs.


▼Room service massage menu

▼Air purifier

▼There is a charging cable.

▼There is mineral water for each person.

▼Enough number of hangers


▼It is a unit bath type.

▼Amenity set. There were two types of bath salts.

▼Body soap, shampoo conditioner

view from the room

You can see Tokyo Tower from your room.

▼Night view


▼I could see planes flying around the city center one after another.

Comprehensive review

I think the advantage of Grand Prince Hotel Takanawa is that it is close to Shinagawa Station, and there are aquariums and shopping facilities nearby. It is also easily accessible from Haneda Airport and the Tokaido Shinkansen.

Since it is a large hotel, the lobby is spacious and has a luxurious feel. Although the room was a little old, it was kept clean and I felt like the building was taken care of. Perhaps because the building is old, the soundproofing is not that high, which may be a concern for those who are sensitive. I was satisfied with the Prince Hotel quality in terms of amenities, beds, and other equipment.

I booked a room with a view of Tokyo Tower, so I was able to see the view of the city's buildings from up high.

Overall, I don't have any issues with the staff's customer service. I think Prince Hotels provides good training.

There are plenty of restaurants, so you won't have to worry about finding a meal without leaving the hotel. There are also three other Prince Hotels hotels nearby, so you can eat and shop there. The food and beverage facilities are of high quality, so I don't think you'll be disappointed.

If you have time, we recommend taking a stroll through the Japanese garden in front of the hotel.