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Tokyo Prince Hotel (東京プリンス)

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3-3-1 Shiba-Koen Minato-ku, (Akasaka / Azabu / RoppongiArea)

phone 0334321111

Review of Tokyo Prince Hotel

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2020/03/21 Meeting
Love location, rooms, beds, cleaningness, quietness, comfortability, good staffs, everything about hospitality is here, restaurants here has good food, chinese & BBQ, You have a japanese big temple...
Reviewed:2020/03/16 A very pleasant stay
This hotel was an very good choice made by the travel company. The rooms are large and comfortable and there are enough lifts so we did not have to wait a long time to get up to our room or get out...
Reviewed:2020/03/01 Chris
Lovely hotel and location. Room was large with enormous and comfortable bed. Came for grandsons 1st birthday, who lives in Tokyo with our daughter and husband. In the main we were largely unaware of...

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Address
3-3-1 Shiba-Koen Minato-ku,  [map]
Area
Akasaka / Azabu / RoppongiArea
Phone
0334321111
Facility information
This hotel is surrounded by green of Shiba Park, near Tokyo Tower. You can enjoy convenience of city centre and calm atmosohere which normally is not available in city centre. 484 guest rooms and amny banquest rooms with many facilities are waiting for you.
Credit card
American Express, JCB, Diners Club, MasterCard, Visa
Facilities / Services
Wi-fi, Internet access, TV, Minibar, Room service, Hotel safe, Business centre, Massage, Hairdressing salon
Number of floors
484

Information Sources:  NAVITIME Travel

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