Functional Accommodation in the City

Shinagawa Prince Hotel East Tower

Functional Accommodation in the City

Shinagawa Prince Hotel East Tower

Functional Accommodation in the City

Shinagawa Prince Hotel East Tower
Functional Accommodation in the City

Shinagawa Prince Hotel East Tower

Approximately two minutes’ walk from Shinagawa Station (Takanawa Exit)
Ideal for business trips or vacations using Haneda Airport or the Shinkansen.
We also provide an airport bus to take you between the hotel and Haneda Airport/Narita Airport.
Additionally, we provide other amenities such as Cafe Restaurant 24, a 24-hour restaurant ideal for late-night arrivals or early-morning departures (features electric sockets at counter seats), a shoeshine corner, and an on-site shopping area with pharmacies and convenience stores.

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Shinagawa Prince Hotel East Tower
Shinagawa Prince Hotel East Tower
Shinagawa Prince Hotel East Tower
Shinagawa Prince Hotel East Tower

Experiences

Cafe Restaurant 24
Experience

Cafe Restaurant 24

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Information About Self Check-in/Check-out

If you are paying by credit card, a self check-in/check-out feature is available that enables you to quickly and easily check in or out during busy times. Please feel free to take advantage of this feature.

Restaurants

A diverse assortment of restaurants is available, such as Dining & Bar Table 9 Tokyo, which offers a panoramic view of Tokyo 140 meters above ground, as well as Lux Dining Hapuna, which boasts a Japanese, Western, and Chinese buffet of approximately 90 dishes to explore, and Cafe Restaurant 24, which is open 24 hours a day.
Practical and Well-Equipped Spaces

Guest Rooms and Suites

We offer single-type rooms that provide the ideal of smart hotel living for businesspeople.

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Shinagawa Prince Hotel East Tower
Shinagawa Prince Hotel East Tower
Shinagawa Prince Hotel East Tower

Facilities

The hotel is equipped with a diverse range of entertainment offerings, such as Maxell Aqua Park (aquarium), T-Joy Prince Shinagawa (movie theatre), a pool, and a bowling center.

Where we are

[Train]
• Approximately two minutes’ walk from Shinagawa Station (Takanawa Exit), Shinkansen/JR/Keikyu Line
• 11 minutes from Haneda Airport International Terminal Station/14 minutes from Haneda Airport Domestic Terminal Station (Keikyu Line) under ideal conditions

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