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12/31/2019

Check it Out! “The Prince Park Tower Tokyo” Explicit Review

What is the appearance of the hotel? Check the entrance and reception

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There is a big park around the hotel.

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There are no buildings around the hotel, so the view is amazing.

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Tokyo Tower is right next to the hotel.

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Sign in front of the hotel.

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The entrance was big.

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A fancy entrance.

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The entrance seen from the inside.

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There is a luxurious lobby that you can get to from both right and left side of the entrance.

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The lobby was not big, but it was relaxed.

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It felt as if I was in a library.

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There was also a concierge desk in front of the front desk.

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Pathway leading to the elevator.

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Pathway.

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There was a door leading to the elevator.

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You will need your card to go through.

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The ceiling seen from bellow.

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Inside of the elevator.

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Guest room floor elevator hall.

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There were chairs by the elevator.

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A pathway leading to the rooms.

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Guest room floor corridor.

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What is the Corner King Bed Room like?

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Guest room door.

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Card holder.

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My room was a corner room and it was on the upper floor, so the view from the window was wonderful and I was very satisfied.

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The bed was a king size bed that was big enough for one person.

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The sheets were clean and had a nice texture, so I was able to sleep very well.

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A night lamp on the headboard.

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There were bedside tables on both sides of the bed. There was a phone and a memo set on this side of the bed.

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There were drawers as well.

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Light switch and outlets.

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There was an alarm clock on this side of the bed.

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There was a nigh-wear and a laundry bag in the drawers.

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There was a TV and a desk across the bed.

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There were outlets by the TV.

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There was a safe and information in the drawer.

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There was a box under the TV.

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There was a TV remote, adapter, LAN cable and a phone charger in the box.

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Desk.

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A phone and memo set on the desk.

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A table and chair by the desk.

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Table and chair.

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Two free bottles of water.

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I could enjoy the view of Tokyo Tower with a beer in my hand.

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I could enjoy the view from different angles.

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A curtain switch.

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The hotel is located in the middle of a large park, so there are no buildings around the hotel and you can see the Tokyo Tower at the same height.

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Tress around the hotel.

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Tokyo Tower when lit up.

The Prince Park Tower Tokyo
Popular Room Types
Standard Twin Room - Non-Smoking Located on the Park Floors (3-18th floors), this comfortable, contemporary room includes a seating area, flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi. Guests can ...
Corner King Room - Non-Smoking Features a bathroom with panoramic city views. Located on the Park Floors (3-18th floors), this comfortable, contemporary room includes a seating a...
Deluxe Twin Room with Extra Bed - Non-Smoking Features 2 single beds and 1 extra bed.nLocated on the Park Floors (3-18th floors), this more spacious, comfortable and contemporary room includes ...
Deluxe Twin Room - Non-Smoking This double room features air conditioning, seating area and bathrobe.
Premium Floor Corner King Room - Non-Smoking - with Club Lounge Access Located on the Premium floors (29-31F).nContemporary room includes a seating area, flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi. Guests can slip on the soft bathr...
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Bathroom

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The bathroom door.

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The bathroom was spacious and there was a shower room separate from the bathtub. The partition of the shower room was a glass door, so the space felt wider. In addition, I was able to enjoy the outside scenery from the bathroom.

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The bathtub had a jacuzzi, so I was able relax while enjoying the view.

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A shower for the bathtub.

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A shower room next to the bathtub.

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There was a removable hand shower and the water pressure was just right.

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Shampoo, conditioner, and body soap were provided in the shower room.

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A toilet with a Washlet function.

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There was a large mirror and towels hanging beside it. The towels were fluffy and very comfortable to use.

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There was a soap, women’s skin care set, toothbrush set, razor, hairbrush, hair comb and two body towels.

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Shampoo, conditioner, body soap, body lotion and two bath salts.

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Two mouthwashes were prepared here. Everything you need to spend the night was prepared.

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There were also stool and a basket for clothes under the sink.

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A hair dryer.

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The whole bathroom.

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Closet and safe

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Closet door.

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There were enough hangers in the closet and there was also a bathrobe.

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Clothes brush, shoe horn and a shoe shine.

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Iron and ironing board.

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Baggage rack and slippers.

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Safe in a drawer under the TV.

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Mini bar and cafe

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Cafe corner by the bathroom.

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There was a capsule coffee machine, electric kettle, a free bottle of mineral water, coffee and tea. I was very satisfied that I could have a freshly brewed coffee while looking at the Tokyo Tower.

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There was instant coffee and a capsule coffee.

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There were cups, glasses, wine opener, snacks and mini bottles of alcohol prepared.

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The drinks were a little overpriced, but it was convenient to have something in the room without having to go out to buy drinks.

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Restaurants and shops in the hotel

There were many restaurants and bars in the hotel.

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I had dinner at the Sky Lounge “Stella Garden” on the 33rd floor.

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I was able to enjoy dinner with a nice view of the Tokyo Tower.

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I had a burger and a salad.

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The cocktail I had while looking at the nice view was amazing.

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There is a lobby lounge on the first floor, where I had lunch.

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The inside was spacious and calm, with large windows.

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scotch egg was delicious.

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On the first basement floor, there was a Chinese restaurant called “Yomeiden.”

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On the first basement floor was Yakitori “Torishiba” and Tempura “Tenshiba.”

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Also on the first basement floor was a steakhouse “Katsura.”

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On the first floor was “THE SHOP at the Park,” where original chocolate, premium coffee beans, and high-quality olive oil were sold.

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It was very fancy and good for souvenirs.

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A convenience store on the second basement floor.

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In addition, on the second basement floor, there were various facilities such as beauty salon, relaxation salon, nail salon, beauty salon, boutique and flower shop.

The Prince Park Tower Tokyo
Popular Room Types
Standard Twin Room - Non-Smoking Located on the Park Floors (3-18th floors), this comfortable, contemporary room includes a seating area, flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi. Guests can ...
Corner King Room - Non-Smoking Features a bathroom with panoramic city views. Located on the Park Floors (3-18th floors), this comfortable, contemporary room includes a seating a...
Deluxe Twin Room with Extra Bed - Non-Smoking Features 2 single beds and 1 extra bed.nLocated on the Park Floors (3-18th floors), this more spacious, comfortable and contemporary room includes ...
Deluxe Twin Room - Non-Smoking This double room features air conditioning, seating area and bathrobe.
Premium Floor Corner King Room - Non-Smoking - with Club Lounge Access Located on the Premium floors (29-31F).nContemporary room includes a seating area, flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi. Guests can slip on the soft bathr...
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Facilities in the hotel

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There is a spa and fitness on the second basement floor, and guests can use the gym, hot springs and pool if you pay money.

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Spa and gym reception. I used the pool and hot spring this time.

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The indoor pool was a full-fledged pool with a length of 25m, and the water depth was 1.4m, making it the best pool for training. The water was also cleaned well and it was a beautiful pool.

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There was a hot spring next to the pool and also a dry sauna.

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Towels and bathrobes are provided. You can rent anything from swimwear, goggles, gym wear and shoes.

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Resting space in the women’s locker room.

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A bowling salon on the second basement floor.

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A currency exchange machine on the first floor.

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Hotel Surroundings

The “Tokyo Tower” is right by the hotel. Then there is Shiba Park, which is full of nature and a pleasant place. In addition, there is a “Taitokuin Mausoleum Somon” on the hotel grounds. Zojoji, the main temple of the Jodo sect and the temple of the Tokugawa family is right next to the hotel as well. There is also Shiba Toshogu Shrine and Maruyama Kofun, and there are many historic sites around the hotel. The surroundings of the hotel, along with the Tokyo Tower as a leisure facility, providing an environment where you can enjoy yourself without going too far.

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Tokyo Tower.

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Taitokuin Mausoleum Somon.

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Zojoji Temple.

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Staff and Guests

The staff were very kind and helpful. At the sky lounge on the top floor where I had dinner, there were considerations such as providing a seat with a good view. The staff who served me lunch was also very polite and I was able to spend I relaxing time. No matter what you ask, all staff responded in a helpful manner.

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There were people staying alone, families, business-men, couples and so on were staying. All guests were calm. Also, there is a large convention hall on the second basement floor of the hotel, and there were many businessmen in suits in the hotel lobby, probably because of corporate exhibitions and events.

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Access

It is a 2-minute walk from Akabanebashi Exit of Toei Subway Oedo Line, 3-minute walk from Exit A4 of Shiba-Koen Station of Toei Subway Mita Line, 9-minute walk from Exit A6 of Daimon Station on Toei Asakusa Line / Oedo Line, JR Line / Tokyo Monorail Hamamatsucho Station is a 12 minute walk. There is also a free shuttle bus from Hamamatsucho Station (Daimon Station) to the hotel (capacity: 41 people). Access to the hotel is very good.

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Shiba-Koen Station.

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Shiba Toshogu Shrine.

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Streets around the hotel.

The Prince Park Tower Tokyo
Popular Room Types
Standard Twin Room - Non-Smoking Located on the Park Floors (3-18th floors), this comfortable, contemporary room includes a seating area, flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi. Guests can ...
Corner King Room - Non-Smoking Features a bathroom with panoramic city views. Located on the Park Floors (3-18th floors), this comfortable, contemporary room includes a seating a...
Deluxe Twin Room with Extra Bed - Non-Smoking Features 2 single beds and 1 extra bed.nLocated on the Park Floors (3-18th floors), this more spacious, comfortable and contemporary room includes ...
Deluxe Twin Room - Non-Smoking This double room features air conditioning, seating area and bathrobe.
Premium Floor Corner King Room - Non-Smoking - with Club Lounge Access Located on the Premium floors (29-31F).nContemporary room includes a seating area, flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi. Guests can slip on the soft bathr...
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Summary

I had a nice stay at this hotel! The reason is simply because the Tokyo Tower is right by the hotel. Tokyo is home to the Sky Tree and many other sights, but Tokyo Tower is main symbol for Tokyo. For example, Paris is the Eiffel Tower, and Tokyo is the Tokyo Tower. So I recommend this hotel where you can fully enjoy the Tokyo Tower. Couples can enjoy the “Light Legend,” and families can climb the Tokyo Tower and play a lot. Of course, the service of the hotel is undisputed and there is no doubt that you can have a extraordinary experience. Stroll through the hotel’s garden, explore the surrounding parks, there are many historic sites, and the area around the hotel is full of attractions. Regardless of the season, I am sure that you will have a wonderful stay at this hotel.

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The Prince Park Tower Tokyo
Popular Room Types
Standard Twin Room - Non-Smoking Located on the Park Floors (3-18th floors), this comfortable, contemporary room includes a seating area, flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi. Guests can ...
Corner King Room - Non-Smoking Features a bathroom with panoramic city views. Located on the Park Floors (3-18th floors), this comfortable, contemporary room includes a seating a...
Deluxe Twin Room with Extra Bed - Non-Smoking Features 2 single beds and 1 extra bed.nLocated on the Park Floors (3-18th floors), this more spacious, comfortable and contemporary room includes ...
Deluxe Twin Room - Non-Smoking This double room features air conditioning, seating area and bathrobe.
Premium Floor Corner King Room - Non-Smoking - with Club Lounge Access Located on the Premium floors (29-31F).nContemporary room includes a seating area, flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi. Guests can slip on the soft bathr...
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