A Modern, Urban Resort

Grand Prince Hotel Shin Takanawa

A Modern, Urban Resort

Grand Prince Hotel Shin Takanawa

A Modern, Urban Resort

Grand Prince Hotel Shin Takanawa
A Modern, Urban Resort

Grand Prince Hotel Shin Takanawa

Located in the lush greenery of Takanawa, this hotel features 908 bright, spacious rooms each equipped with balconies offering a spectacular view. The dazzling white-walled guest wing is separated from the banquet halls, restaurant wing, and other distractions, ensuring that you can relax in peace and privacy. The restaurant wing features Hiten, the main banquet hall, as well as Japanese, Western, and Chinese restaurants, delivering splendor and convenience. The individual wings of the hotel are organized by purpose, maintaining harmony with each other. The hotel was designed by the architect Togo Murano, who left his mark on Japanese architecture with a number of masterpieces.

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Grand Prince Hotel Shin Takanawa
Grand Prince Hotel Shin Takanawa
Grand Prince Hotel Shin Takanawa

Experiences

Free access to other lounges
Experience

Free access to other lounges

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2018.12.8 CLUB LOUNGE Renewal Open
Experience

2018.12.8 CLUB LOUNGE Renewal Open

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Sky Pool [For Hotel guests only]
Experience

Sky Pool [For Hotel guests only]

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Latest News

On December 8, 2018, the Club Lounge (exclusive to Club Floor guests) was completely renovated under a new, refined “contemporary Japanese” design concept. A new open terrace was added to the lounge as part of the renovations, allowing guests to immerse themselves in the seasonal atmosphere. Come and see what’s new at the Club Lounge after its transformation into an even more comfortable space.

Restaurants

Here, you can find a diverse array of restaurants, such as Slope Side Diner Zakuro, with its signature roast beef on the bone, as well as Shimizu, a Japanese restaurant where you’ll find multi-course “kaiseki” dinners, sushi, and grilled skewers.
Contemporary Japanese Design Concepts

Guest Rooms and Suites

Nestled in the lush greenery of Takanawa, the guest rooms of the hotel are bright and spacious, and each room is equipped with a balcony.

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Grand Prince Hotel Shin Takanawa
Grand Prince Hotel Shin Takanawa
Grand Prince Hotel Shin Takanawa

Facilities

Within the approximately 20,000 m² gardens, you can find flowers, trees, and ponds that present themselves with different expressions as the season change, as well as historic and artistic landmarks dotting the grounds.
During summers only, there is also an outdoor pool exclusively available to hotel guests (fee charged; no charge for Club Floor guests or applicable Club Members).

Where we are

[Train]
• Approximately five minutes’ walk from Shinagawa Station (Takanawa Exit), Shinkansen/JR/Keikyu Line
• Approximately three minutes’ walk from Takanawadai Station, Toei Asakusa Line (Tokyo Metropolitan Subway)
• 11 minutes from Haneda Airport to Shinagawa Station (Keikyu Line) under ideal conditions

[Information About Free Shuttle Bus]
Shinagawa Station (Takanawa Exit) 8:00 a.m. – 9:20 p.m. (approx. 20-minute intervals)

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