Find Peace and Luxury in Nature

Grand Prince Hotel Takanawa

Find Peace and Luxury in Nature

Grand Prince Hotel Takanawa

Find Peace and Luxury in Nature

Grand Prince Hotel Takanawa
Find Peace and Luxury in Nature

Grand Prince Hotel Takanawa

This multifaceted facility fuses the traditions of the historic Takanawa area with sophisticated advances to provide a space where you can reset and recharge.

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

Experiences

Club Lounge Hanamiyabi
Experience

Club Lounge Hanamiyabi

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Free access to other lounges
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Free access to other lounges

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Takanawa Hanakohro – “Ryokan” has been created with a total of 16 rooms
Experience

Takanawa Hanakohro – “Ryokan” has been created with a total of 16 rooms

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Latest News

The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo Executive Lounge and the Grand Price Hotel New Takanawa Club Lounge are now available to guests staying on the Club Floor.

Restaurants

Enjoy a peaceful moment of reflection with a view of the Japanese garden through the large windows of the lounge, sample some French cuisine from the main dining room, or try some tempura at a specialist restaurant.
Traditional Japanese Hospitality and Tranquility

Guest Rooms and Suites

The Club Floors are located on the 12th to 15th floors of the upper level. Equipped with a new 24-hour gym for guests only, as well as other amenities, the hotel offers a space where you can enjoy a more comfortable, more satisfying stay.

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Grand Prince Hotel Takanawa
Grand Prince Hotel Takanawa
Grand Prince Hotel Takanawa
Grand Prince Hotel 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.

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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