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The Prince Park Tower Tokyo

  • 4–8–1 Shiba-koen Map It
  • Minato-ku
  • Design


  • Park nearby
  • No charge for the in-room Wi-Fi
  • Fun extras like a bowling alley and pool


  • A tad isolated
  • There's an extra fee to use the pool and fitness center
  • Expensive room service

Updated 08/13/2013

Fodor's Review

The surrounding parkland and the absence of any adjacent buildings make the Park Tower a peaceful retreat in the middle of the city. A vertically impressive atrium lobby, with two glass elevators, gives a clear look into the building's hollow core. Guest rooms are somewhat generic, but roomy for the price with the corner doubles and twins being the most desirable as they offer the best views. Guests staying on the Superior floor use a private elevator and sleep on Simmons

mattresses. Bathrooms with jetted tubs and separate full-stall showers are nice, modern touches. The Sky Lounge Stellar Garden on the 33rd floor offers cocktails to go with supreme night views of Tokyo Tower.

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Hotel Information


4–8–1 Shiba-koen, Tokyo, 105-8563, Japan

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Hotel Details:

  • 639 rooms, 34 suites
  • No meals

Updated 08/13/2013

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