A Perfectly Modern City Escape

Shinagawa Prince Hotel

A Perfectly Modern City Escape

Shinagawa Prince Hotel

A Perfectly Modern City Escape

Shinagawa Prince Hotel
A Perfectly Modern City Escape

Shinagawa Prince Hotel

Shinagawa Prince Hotel is an entertainment hotel located in the city, about two minutes’ walk from Shinagawa Station. Here, you will find a full complement of entertainment facilities, such as Dining & Bar Table 9 Tokyo, a venue approx. 140 meters above ground with a floor space of approximately 2,000 m², as well as a diverse range of other restaurants, an aquarium, a movie theater, and a bowling center.
Enjoy an exciting experience at the Shinagawa Prince Hotel.

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Shinagawa Prince Hotel
Shinagawa Prince Hotel
Shinagawa Prince Hotel
Shinagawa Prince Hotel

Experiences

T・JOY PRINCE Shinagawa
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T・JOY PRINCE Shinagawa

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Dining Bar Table 9 Tokyo
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Dining Bar Table 9 Tokyo

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Maxell Aqua Park Shinagawa
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Maxell Aqua Park Shinagawa

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Luxe Dining Hapuna
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Luxe Dining Hapuna

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In April 2019, we renovated the guest rooms on the upper floors of the Shinagawa Prince Hotel Annex Tower. Starting from the 30th floor, the upper level floors are all non-smoking to provide a more comfortable stay.
The modern design of the guest rooms stands out with original wallpaper.
The King Rooms feature windows on two sides, creating modern spaces that provide a wide view of the scenery outside.

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.
Trendy, Spacious and Luxurious

Guest Rooms and Suites

From the upper levels, you can get a view of the Tokyo cityscape at night and the trains going in and out of Shinagawa Station.

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Shinagawa Prince Hotel
Shinagawa Prince Hotel
Shinagawa Prince Hotel

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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