Perfectly Placed in Kabuki-cho

Shinjuku Prince Hotel

Perfectly Placed in Kabuki-cho

Shinjuku Prince Hotel

Perfectly Placed in Kabuki-cho

Shinjuku Prince Hotel
Perfectly Placed in Kabuki-cho

The Shinjuku Prince Hotel

Shinjuku Prince Hotel, with its bold, stylish brickwork exterior, is located in Tokyo’s Kabuki-cho entertainment district. This multifaceted hotel features 571 guest rooms on the 10th through 24st floors, as well as the Seibu Shinjuku PePe shopping center from the second basement floor through to the 8th floor, where you’ll find shops stocked with daily necessities, fashion boutiques, and more. Seibu-Shinjuku Station is located on the second floor, while Shinjuku stations for JR rail, the Tokyo Metro, and private rail are all a mere five minutes’ walk away. Additionally, areas such as Ginza, Marunouchi, and Kasumigaseki are easily accessible, within 20 minutes’ reach of the hotel.

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The Shinjuku Prince Hotel
The Shinjuku Prince Hotel
The Shinjuku Prince Hotel

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Modern Comforts in a Modern City

Guest Rooms and Suites

Experience pure bliss as you relax in our functional yet comfortably appointed rooms inspired by the concept of ‘positive modern design’.

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The Shinjuku Prince Hotel
The Shinjuku Prince Hotel
The Shinjuku Prince Hotel

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Nearby Attractions

Hanazono Shinto Shrine

Hanazono Shinto Shrine

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Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

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Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office

Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office

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