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This 33-floor luxury hotel offers spacious rooms with Internet access, jet baths, and balconies with views of Shiba Park and Mt. Fuji. Set in land scaped gardens.
The surrounding parkland and the absence of any adjacent buildings make the Park Tower a peaceful retreat in the middle of the city. Full review →
Rising high above the pastoral surroundings of a parkland and Zozoji Temple, this 33-story monolith is the Prince chain's most luxurious Tokyo property. Full review →
The rooms vary widely in type, with a range of sizes and different decor; 50% of them come with a small balcony which, by opening the big window, makes for a more open feel. Full review →
The hotel offers a wide array of features, including seven restaurants, a natural hot spring spa, pool, fitness center, and even a bowling alley. Full review →
Great views of neighbouring Tokyo tower.
This is the Prince hotel chain's most upscale property, 4 km southwest of Tokyo Station and within walking distance of six subway and train stations Full review →Be sure to request a room with views of Tokyo Tower.
Occupying the corner of Shiba Park next to the Tokyo Tower, this 33-storey luxury hotel opened in spring 2005, offering everything from a jazz bar to a natural hot-spring spa. Full review →
Despite its massive size, the Prince Park Tower Tokyo still manages to be is a quiet refuge in Tokyo’s Minato district. Full review →
4.5 Star Hotel prince.hotels.co.jp