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4-8-1 Shibakoen, Tokyo, , Japan

Despite its massive size, the Prince Park Tower Tokyo still manages to be is a quiet refuge in Tokyo’s Minato district. Thanks to the hotel group’s Japanese roots, interiors reflect the country’s streamlined aesthetics, with minimal furnishings and modern amenities—including an all-glass elevator that whisks guests to the tower’s 673 rooms. While it caters to the suit-and-tie crowd, there are plenty of options for leisure travelers. At the spa, hot springs are filled with water pumped from the nearby Shiba Park, and guests can head to the in-house bowling alley after touring the city on two wheels (courtesy of the property’s bicycle-rental program). The hotel’s eight restaurants include Cantonese-style fare at Yomeiden, and sushi and sashimi from Hamashiba. 

 

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The Prince Park Tower Tokyo

Despite its massive size, the Prince Park Tower Tokyo still manages to be is a quiet refuge in Tokyo’s Minato district. Thanks to the hotel group’s Japanese roots, interiors reflect the country’s streamlined aesthetics, with minimal furnishings and modern amenities—including an all-glass elevator that whisks guests to the tower’s 673 rooms. While it caters to the suit-and-tie crowd, there are plenty of options for leisure travelers. At the spa, hot springs are filled with water pumped from the nearby Shiba Park, and guests can head to the in-house bowling alley after touring the city on two wheels (courtesy of the property’s bicycle-rental program). The hotel’s eight restaurants include Cantonese-style fare at Yomeiden, and sushi and sashimi from Hamashiba.