The Epitome of Modern Elegance

The Prince Park Tower Tokyo

The Epitome of Modern Elegance

The Prince Park Tower Tokyo

The Epitome of Modern Elegance

The Prince Park Tower Tokyo
The Epitome of Modern Elegance

The Prince Park Tower Tokyo

We offer you calm and spacious skies at our location nestled in the natural splendor of Shiba Park, away from the bustle of the metropolis. With 33 floors above ground, the hotel stands alongside Tokyo Tower, the symbol of the city, and features a natural hot spring and full range of other amenities, such as restaurants and spa and fitness facilities. The Prince Park Tower Tokyo is a flagship hotel of Prince Hotels and a member of Preferred Hotels & Resorts.

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The Prince Park Tower Tokyo
The Prince Park Tower Tokyo
The Prince Park Tower Tokyo

Experiences

Enjoy Tokyo with “Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon” (C)Naoko Takeuchi
Experience

Enjoy Tokyo with “Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon” (C)Naoko Takeuchi

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Awe-Inspiring Views and a Relaxing Ambiance

Guest Rooms and Suites

Royal Floor (32F)
There are three types of suite on the Royal Floor, the 32nd floor of the hotel.
Each provides a stunning view of Tokyo and allows use of the Club Lounge and the spa and fitness facilities. There is also an exclusive butler service to make your stay more comfortable.

Premium Club Floors (29F–31F)
Under our “A Part of the Park” concept, we have taken advantage of our location nestled in Shiba Park to create open layouts that make rooms feel like they belong in the park, taking advantage of trees and greenery to create a relaxing space within the city. We provide a full complement of services, such as the Premium Club Lounge and the spa and fitness facilities, delivering a sophisticated stay that is a cut above.

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The Prince Park Tower Tokyo
The Prince Park Tower Tokyo
The Prince Park Tower Tokyo
The Prince Park Tower Tokyo

Where we are

Nearby Attractions

Asakusa

Asakusa

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Akihabara

Akihabara

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Ginza

Ginza

The exclusive shopping district where land is more expensive than anywhere else in …

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Shinjuku

Shinjuku

Shinjuku is a vibrant district with many different faces. If you go out the West Exit of Shinjuku Station, you can see the impressive Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office …

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Hama Rikyu

Hama Rikyu

A typical feudal lord’s garden from the Edo period, that contains seawater ponds and two former duck hunting grounds. Seawater ponds change with the tides and are a common feature of Japanese …

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Odaiba

Odaiba

A new hotspot on the Tokyo seaside. There are many attractions at Odaiba, including Odaiba Kaihin Koen (seaside park), Shiokaze Koen (park), Japan’s first hot spring theme park …

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Roppongi/Roppongi Hills

Roppongi/Roppongi Hills

This area is home to one of the best entertainment districts in Tokyo, as well as the business developments of Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Midtown, Izumi Garden, and many upscale …

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Shiba Daijingu Shrine

Shiba Daijingu Shrine

According to shrine records, this is one of the oldest shrines dedicated to a branch deity of the Ise Shrine during the mid-Heian …

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Tokyo Tower

Tokyo Tower

Tokyo Tower, symbol of …

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Water Bus

Water Bus

A tourist boat that cruises from Odaiba to Asakusa and other …

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Zojoji Temple

Zojoji Temple

A historic temple that was the family temple of the Tokugawa dynasty. There are many traditional structures in the temple …

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