Tokyo Prince Hotels

Tokyo Prince Hotels, some of the top rated luxury hotels in the entire city, specialize in providing attentive service. Ever since the first hotel opened in 1956, the company has expanded in scope all while maintaining the core value of hospitality. Properties are located in all regions of the country, including sleek hotel towers and traditional ryokan inns. The network of leisure holdings also includes golf and ski resorts.

The flagship of the brand is the Tokyo Prince Hotel Park Tower, located within a few minutes from the Haneda Airport. This luxury hotel offers more than 700 suites and guestrooms, a long list of amenities, and welcoming service. Guests will enjoy the views of the surrounding Shiba Park, the Tokyo Dome, and the city skyline from the rooms and other locales throughout the property.

Once guests have arrived at the Tokyo Prince Hotel Park Tower, they can check into a deluxe guestroom or suite. Even the smallest room offers places to rest, relax, and enjoy the views. All of the bathrooms are equipped with soaking tubs and spa amenities. With an upgrade to the Garden Suites at the Tokyo Prince Park Hotel, you’ll find mattresses made by Simmons and soft linens. Packages also include a complimentary morning meal and a refrigerator in the room full of drinks that can be enjoyed for free.

The top floors at the Tokyo Prince Park Hotel are set aside for the suites. The premium floor suites build on the list of amenities including a champagne welcome and entry to a lounge only for guests with rooms above the 29th floor. Provided they’re older than 24, guests have full access to the spa and fitness center. Younger visitors won’t be left in the dark; they can enjoy some bowling. Even more luxury—including personal butler service—is available on the royal floor at the Tokyo Prince Park Hotel.

Another distinctive element of the Tokyo Prince Hotel Park Tower is the ladies floor. All of the female guests are treated to sweet treats waiting in the room when they arrive and an in-room breakfast delivered by room service. These elegant rooms are equipped with a whirlpool tub, special humidifiers, and the same bath products used on the salon, which is also on this floor. The elevator only stops at the spa on the 28th floor when a guest swipes their room key, adding a level of privacy and security. The salon is also on this floor, so you can find a new hairstyle just steps away from your room.

The guestrooms are just the beginning of the offerings at the flagship of Tokyo Prince Hotels. Many dining options are available beyond room service. The various restaurants specialize in Western, Japanese, and Chinese cuisine. You’ll also have the chance to enjoy the nightlife at one of the bars and lounges. The hotel is also home to an indoor pool, a business center, and a nail salon. You’ll also chance to shop for souvenirs and luxury goods at the shops. The bakery serves fresh pastries and sandwiches, made fresh daily.

In addition to the Tokyo Prince Park, the company manages hotels throughout Japan, including several more properties in Tokyo. The Grand Prince Hotel Akasaka, Grand Prince Hotel New Takanawa, and Sunshine City Prince Hotel also provide luxury getaways and top-notch service. These hotels are located in the Shonan and Yokohama region, while several are found in and around Hakone. Along with these properties in Japan, Tokyo Prince Hotels manages eight international properties. Three are found through the islands of Hawaii, and three more are located in Taiwan. Finally, one hotel is found in Malaysia and another one in Thailand.

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