During my recent visit to Tokyo for Taylor Swift’s The Eras Tour at Tokyo Dome, I opted for a two-night stay at the Shinagawa Prince Hotel. Having previously enjoyed my experience at the Main Tower, I decided to try out the East Tower this time. Here’s my review.
The location of the Shinagawa Prince Hotel is incredibly convenient, being just a short walk from Shinagawa Station. This station holds a special appeal for me due to its easy access to the Shinkansen and other train lines. Unlike the complexity of stations like Shinjuku, Tokyo, and Ikebukuro, Shinagawa Station is straightforward to navigate. Moreover, with its own mall, sightseeing activities, and diverse range of restaurants, it truly feels like a self-contained city, as I’ve previously mentioned in my review of the main tower.
From the homepage
• Approximately two minutes’ walk from Shinagawa Station (Takanawa Exit), Shinkansen/JR/Keikyu Line
• 11 minutes from Haneda Airport International Terminal Station/14 minutes from Haneda Airport Domestic Terminal Station (Keikyu Line) under ideal conditions
I thoroughly enjoyed my stay! The room, designed for a single guest with a comfortable single bed, pleasantly surprised me with its generous space. Unlike the often cramped quarters of typical business hotels in Japan, this room offered a refreshing sense of openness and comfort.
The bathroom is not that big, designed for one guest, and there’s only enough space to move around and take a shower in the bathtub.
The room is fully equipped with all necessary amenities and impeccably clean.
Room rates may vary, but during my stay, I paid 30,000 yen for a two-night accommodation.
The noise from the rooms adjacent to mine is audible.
P.S. For self-check-in and self-check-out, assistance from staff will be available.