Luxury Accomodation With a Secret Garden

The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo, Autograph Collection

Luxury Accomodation With a Secret Garden

The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo, Autograph Collection

Luxury Accomodation With a Secret Garden

The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo, Autograph Collection
Luxury Accomodation With a Secret Garden

The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo, Autograph Collection


Only a 3-minute walk from Shinagawa station, the hotel boast a spacious garden extending to 20,000m2. The hotel’s guest rooms, banquet facilities, and restaurants are arranged to allow maximum enjoyment of the garden. Perfectly located for business or pleasure, guests can enjoy the beauty and tranquility of nature, even in the middle of the metropolis. Air bubble baths in all rooms. There is also a Relaxation Floor on the 1st basement level.

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The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo, Autograph Collection
The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo, Autograph Collection
The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo, Autograph Collection

Experience

Free access to other lounge
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Explore our Japanese Garden
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Practice Ringing our Ancient Bell
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Elegance and Opulence in the Heart of the City

Guest Rooms and Suites

Our guest rooms feature large windows from which guests can enjoy the ever-changing natural beauty of the Japanese garden. Designed with an emphasis on functionality and quietness, our guest rooms offer everything you need for a relaxing stay. With such refined scenery and such a relaxing atmosphere, you will forget you are in the city.All rooms are non-smoking.

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The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo, Autograph Collection
The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo, Autograph Collection
The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo, Autograph Collection
The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo, Autograph Collection

Facilities

Whether you are staying for business or relaxation, we’ve got you covered with facilities and services to ensure a successful and enjoyable stay.

Where we are

A 3-minute walk from the Takanawa Exit of Shinagawa station, which serves the Shinkansen, JR, and Keihin Kyuko lines. A 5-minute walk from Takanawadai Station, on the Toei Subway Asakusa Line.

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