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Grand Prince Hotel New Takanawa

Tokyo, Japan (NRT)

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Grand Prince Hotel New Takanawa
3-13-1 Takanawa, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan 1088612


Located in the attractive Takanawa district.

Why Stay Here

  • Easy Access from Expressways
  • 2 Outdoor Pools
  • Banquet Hall 

Resort Details

The hotel is situated in an urban resort environment that also includes convention facilities such as the Hien banquet hall and the International Convention Center Pamir, as well as a wide variety of Japanese, Western, and Chinese restaurants. During mid-summer, 2 outdoor pools are available for an extra fee. A concierge provides sightseeing assistance. Wi-Fi is available in guest rooms and the lobby for free.

Accommodation Details

The hotel has 946 spacious rooms, each with its own balcony, assuring quietness and privacy. Guests at the Grand Prince Hotel New Takanawa can stay in the modern air-conditioned rooms. which offer free Wi-Fi access. The private bathroom has a bathtub and shower, and an electric kettle is supplied.

Restaurants, Lounges & Bars

Enjoy a contemporary interpretation of traditional Japanese multi-course cuisine, Kaiseki ryori making use of fresh ingredients, in a casual environment. Relaxed Japanese-style breakfasts, a colorful variety of lunches and dinners including a sushi and skewer counter are available.

For the Family

  • Forget kabuki; sumo is better theater. If you happen to be in Tokyo during one of the three grand tournaments 15-day events in January, May and September you can catch some of the action at Ryogoku Kokugikan, Tokyo`s National Sumo Hall.
  • Yoyogi Park in Shibuya-ku is the perfect comic relief after a low-key shrine stop. With living space so tight in this city, parks are the places for club meetings and practice sessions and even play rehearsals, and Yoyogi draws all sorts of talent, from horn players to hip-hop dancers to rockabilly gangs, complete with poodle skirts and Elvis-inspired pompadours, who usually gather by the park`s east side entrance on Sundays to jam to American pop music from the `50s. 
  • There`s a lot going on at and around the popular Roppongi Hills complex - a garden, a cinema, loads of shops, cafes and restaurants but if you stay focused, you can be in and out in an hour and hit all the highlights. 
  • It would be a shame to come to Tokyo and not take a walk across the famous intersection outside Shibuya Station. On sunny afternoons or clear evenings, the surrounding area is packed with shoppers, students, young couples and commuters. 
  • You can easily spend a fortune on meals in this city, but it`s more fun to rub elbows with salarymen at a standing bar or drink in some local color on the cheap at a small izakaya. Ebisu, a trendy neighborhood in Shibuya-ku, is full of these establishments, which specialize in grilled meat and vegetables, sashimi and other casual fare, cooked in tiny kitchens and served on petite plates. 
  • In Japan, karaoke usually happens in a private room with your friends or colleagues, with a waiter delivering drinks. But at Smash Hits, located at the west end of the Hiroo shotengai (neighborhood shopping street), you perform on stage before a random, rowdy audience. 
  • Most departing visitors leave town from Tokyo Station. Before you go, check out the Daimaru department store next door just outside the station`s Yaesu entrance. The kimono shop on the 10th floor is not geared to tourists; it`s where Japanese ladies come to order custom-made ensembles. The samples on display, and the price tags attached, will take your breath away.

  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • ATM Machine
  • Airport Shuttle Service (+)
  • Baggage Hold
  • Business Center
  • Concierge
  • Currency Exchange
  • Elevator / Lift
  • Fax Service
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Restaurant (+)
  • Shuttle to local attractions
(+) = Additional fees may apply for the use of these amenities.
(*) = Free, some restrictions may apply

Based on 1086 reviews
from Norwich, United Kingdom
Submitted on 25-05-2016
Stayed 3 nights excellent room with buffet breakfast and one buffet dinner. Very large hotel complex so a 5minute plus walk to the restaurant. If taking a taxi downtown make sure you return to correct hotel as there is the Prince Hotel, the Grand Prince Hotel and the New Grand Prince Hotel all close together but it's not easy to negotiate a route from one to another. The hotel has an eco cleaning policy so guests are offered 500 Yen if they do not require the room to be serviced one day in thr... Read more
Submitted on 27-05-2016
The Grand Prince Hotel is super convenient, especially if you're on a business trip: very close to Shinagawa and Gotan-yama and bit further away from Osaki. A bit removed from the hustle and bustle of Shinagawa yet very close to everything. The inner garden is lovely and peaceful. And - being in Shinagawa - there is plenty of connection to wherever you want to go in Tokyo. The rooms are large and the staff and service is always top notch.
from Singapore
Submitted on 28-05-2016
There's not much to complain about this hotel. The location is great, very near Shinagawa train station which is one of the major train terminals in Tokyo. Many western restaurants nearby (Outback Steakhouse??), and Japanese restaurants on the other side of the station. There is even a convenience store on the premises. The rooms are large, and of course clean and well maintained with the usual essentials. They serve both Western and Japanese breakfasts. I only ate the Western breakfast,... Read more
from Bay Area
Submitted on 31-05-2016
Just arrived and stopped by the lobby area cafe for a quick cappuccino. Received a bland, watery cap in small cup $13 U.S. I said it must be a mistake where in the world is a cappuccino $13 He said sorry sir but that is the price Outrageous !
from Mumbai (Bombay), India
Submitted on 04-06-2016
The stay in Grand prince hotel comfortable but it seems a bit expensive. But you dont get this size of rooms anywhere else. :-) All in All a good experience. The staff is very co-opearative. The only problem was that many in staff do not know English, which can be frustating.
from New Delhi, India
Submitted on 13-06-2016
Visited Tokyo for a business trip and stayed in this hotel. Rooms are large as per Tokyo standards and comfortable. Walking distance from Shinagawa station which is one of main stations and train takes you straight to the Airport. Several restaurants and bars in the vicinity. Language is a problem with most of the staff members but somehow manageable. Recommended for stay ..
from London, United Kingdom
Submitted on 19-06-2016
This is a very nice hotel. It is large and part of a the prince chain that has several other hotels in the local area. I was warned that hotel rooms in Tokyo are notoriously small, but that was not the case at the New Takanawa. Apart from the Japanese TV and bum-washing toilet I could have been in any business hotel room. The room as nicely decorated, the temperature was good, the bed was comfortable and there was even a balcony. Breakfast in the main restaurant was Japanese only, so if you wan... Read more
from Los Angeles, California
Submitted on 25-06-2016
Was quite surprised as how big this hotel actually is. Looks brand new as well! Seriously amazing, English friendly staff, warm rooms, and a nice surprise to see a 7-11 in the B1 level of the property! Watch out for those expensive restaurants In the hotel. It's a 10 minute walk away (slightly uphill) from JR Shinagawa Station.
from Sacramento, California
Submitted on 05-07-2016
This is a large, nice hotel in Tokyo, within a couple of blocks of the Shinagawa station (where you can get trains to anywhere). The public areas are nice, comfortable and spacious (though part of the lobby was under renovation construction at the time we were there). Two different breakfast choices - a Western style buffet, and a traditional Japanese meal, served in traditional fashion. We tried both, and enjoyed both. The room was very good, and the wifi was excellent - the best wifi we ha... Read more
from Sydney, Australia
Submitted on 08-07-2016
Hotel location is within walking distance to hundreds of restaurants, bars and fast food. Main interchange station Shinagawa (which is also end stop for fast train from Narita Airport) is just 300m down the street. The most surprising thing about the hotel is the room size for a Japanese hotel. Rooms are comfortable with quality amenities. Unfortunately no gym and English stations on the TV are also minimal. Eating in the hotel restaurant is expensive. My recommendation is go out the many ... Read more
from Taipei, Taipei, Taiwan
Submitted on 09-07-2016
In comparison, this is a value for money hotel that has big room. It has direct bus from the airport & easy access to train station, but not too many shops in the area. ??????????家???????飯????????夠大????大廳??設????????????大氣??????????便????????購???業??簡??????????
from Viborg, Denmark
Submitted on 11-07-2016
The hotel is set in beautiful gardens uphill from Shinagawa station. The international breakfast buffet can get very busy, with waiting times to be expected. The Japanese breakfast is less popular, but worth a try. The bar is very relaxing. Cool ice cubes served with the japanese whiskies. Wifi is very fast.
from Chicago, Illinois
Submitted on 13-07-2016
When I stayed here, they were going through a remodeling of their lobby, so the whole thing was chaotic. Nevertheless, to the staff's credit, they were managing the best they could with the situation. So, I am not going to talk about anything else other than the quality of the rooms, the restaurants and the location. The rooms were very clean, though dated and old. They are typical Japanese upper business hotel rooms. Small and cramped but not as bad as some other hotels. I was very comfor... Read more
from Reading, United Kingdom
Submitted on 13-07-2016
Stayed there last week on business, really nice hotel, bit reminiscent of a Las Vegas Casino, big spacious reception lots of marble, they are connected to a conference centre so that adds to the feeling, it was busy but not packed. The Room and room service were excellent a comfy bed with plenty of pillows. AC was good and I even had an extra dehumidifier! Bathroom was modern and the shower was good. Wifi coverage was excellent as was the speed. Proximity to the Shinagawa station is really use... Read more
Submitted on 27-07-2016
Good location. Super easy bus from Narita, so if you time it right go for it. Stop 13 for the limo-bus. Nice size room. All rooms have balcony so fresh air after long flight is good. Club level is standard basic "avg USA self service Marriott style". Nothing to complain about, just solid. Under a bit of reconstruction, but still very workable. Internet speed is good.
from Hillsborough, North Carolina, United States
Submitted on 30-07-2016
This is our second visit to the Grand Prince. We love this hotel for its clean rooms, friendly staff and it's close proximity (2 blocks)to Shinagawa Station. The staff is very helpful for even non-Japanese speaking customers. The area near Shinagawa Station offers you lots of shopping, eating and drinking. The hotel itself offers some nice restaurant including a very nice French Bakery. Shinagawa is your gateway to Tokyo and Japan with access to all rail including the Shinkansen(Bullet Train).... Read more
from Shanghai, China
Submitted on 03-08-2016
Have not been to Tokyo for some time and booked this hotel in Shinagawa area since I have some appointments nearby. Location: In Shinagawa area and if you are supposed to be around the vicinity, this is good. During the summer heat, be ready to sweat a bit as the hotel is up a slope across from the Shinagawa train station. Do not be mistaken this for Shinagawa Prince Hotel as this is a different one in a different location. Environment: New hotel with many parts of the hotel covered up in canv... Read more
from Salt Lake City, Utah
Submitted on 06-08-2016
Although this hotel is undergoing renovation currently, it is a great place to stay for a few nights in Tokyo. You have access to several amenities in and around the hotel. If you don't want to spend the money on food I the hotel there are other restaurants surrounding it. The staff is helpful and friendly. Centrally located too.
from Canada
Submitted on 07-08-2016
We stayed for one night as our first-stop hotel after landing in Tokyo. From Narita International Airport we took the JR line to Shinagawa station. There are several Prince Hotels in the vicinity of the station, with another Prince Hotel being much closer to the station than this one. Should we had known that Prince Hotel group runs a complimentary inter-hotel shuttle we would have opted to walk over to Prince Hotel to ride this shuttle instead of walking about 15 mins (some uphill) to Grand Pr... Read more
from Amsterdam
Submitted on 15-08-2016
We stayed in this behemoth for two nights. 1. Rooms a lot larger than usual in Japan and relatively luxurious for Japanese standards. 2. Breakfast ridiculously expensive, have breakfast at the Royal Park restaurant which is a 5 minutes walk towards the station 3. Neighborhood quite boring 4. Only hotel that out of nowhere charged us 100Y per person 5. Has two pools but charges a whopping 3000Y per person for use of them. And if you would wish to relax on a lounger, they have the guts to ask 100... Read more
from Melbourne, Australia
Submitted on 24-08-2016
I had never stayed in the Shinagawa area before, and I'm glad I picked Grand Prince New Takanawa on this occasion. On arrival at JR Shinagawa Station, go through the Takanawa Exit and you'll see an pedestrian crossover bridge to connect to the right hand side of the street. The hotel is a straight walk ahead. 5 mins on the website, about 10 mins with luggage walking uphill:) There are great facilities on site - atms, great convenience store and helpful, friendly staff. The rooms are a great s... Read more
from New York City, New York
Submitted on 27-08-2016
Well deserved 4 star hotel. We had a triple room with 3 bed. Unlike other Japanese hotels with tiny rooms, our room was spacious, as well as the bathroom. Comfortable beds and very good breakfast buffet (3000yen each). Very good location, close to JR Line and subway. Highly recommended!
Submitted on 28-08-2016
We had a great stay and a great room!!! Our room was a double room the bed was HUGE and comfy and the overall room was also big! We had an amazing view of the tokyo tower and the room service was also nice!!! The reason i didn't give 5 stars was that the laundry service was extremely pricy!!! For one t-shirt almost 600yen! We had our clothes washed elsewhere! We deliberately got less clothes so we could use the washing facility but we couldnt imagine that cost! Apart from that issue our stay was... Read more
Submitted on 02-09-2016
It's a very good hotel and the service is also very prompt.They have a good swimming pool.Generally the beds are small in Japan but here it's big enough.Since I m tall so was very happy .the ambience is also very is fantastic one should not miss there silken tofu.
from Switzerland
Submitted on 08-09-2016
Located 10min walk from Shinagawa station the surroundings are well populated with restaurants. The lobby is grand with excellent service. The rooms are quite large and nice. They have two sets of breakfasts: Western and Japanese. The Western one was abrogate. You can take the limousine bus from Narita to get tot the hotel.
Submitted on 11-09-2016
Very good room size and clean and beautiful washrooms. Was there for 4-5 days and had a comfortable and pleasant stay in a room overlooking the pool. It's a business district and the Shinugawa station is a pleasant 5 mins walk. The restaurants in the hotel are amazing and many eating options/sake bars in the Shinugawa area. The staff at the travel desk in the Hotel were very helpful, knew perfect English and helped me with my entire Tokyo itinerary.
from Manchester, United Kingdom
Submitted on 18-09-2016
Our coach parked under cover outside the hotel so we didn't get wet. Huge, stunning lobby, spacious room and well equipped bathroom. Breakfast excellent, with a great choice of food and drink. Staff obliging and efficient. Perfect hotel! No hesitation to recommend.
from Brisbane, Australia
Submitted on 18-09-2016
This a big hotel set on an enormous site for Tokyo, renovations were being carried out in the middle of the night whilst we were staying so you can look fireRd to an upgraded lobby. First time I had a shower over bath on my 9 day Asian trip accomodation was clean and tidy but nothing special to write home about. I think rooms are ready for an upgrade, very good location, close to a number of things.
from Virginia Beach, Virginia
Submitted on 20-09-2016
Pro's: big rooms for a Japanese hotel, modern decor, free and fast wifi, 7-11 on premise. Close to Shinagawa train station(5-10 min walk). Just about all employees spoke survivable English. Airport shuttle(Narita) to the entrance of hotel. Cons: none really, lobby had construction, but unnoticeable. Great hotel will definitely be a returning guest.
from Singapore, Singapore
Submitted on 26-09-2016
In comparison to hotels in other countries, this hotel really should be with 4 stars ... or "Very Good" rating. However, in Japan, standards are so much higher so its unfair to rate it high compared to other really fantastic Japan hotels. Still, it is great value for $$ and *relatively* inexpensive compared to surrounding hotels in the area (Prince Sakura Tower, SHinagawa-strings Intercontinental, etc.) Hotel is a bit of a walk from Shinagawa station. Up a gentle-ish incline for about a 10 m... Read more
from Corvallis, OR
Submitted on 09-10-2016
Overall, I am having a good stay here. First off, it is a five to ten minute walk from the JR station with a sloping uphill so not super close. They strictly adhere to the check in time but are happy to store your bags. The limo bus stops here which is convenient. My room was very nice and spacious, but I opted for the club floor. At the time of reservation, it was a. Small increment in price ($20) but get many benefits. My room on the 15th floor with a balcony had a great view and with the wid... Read more
Submitted on 12-10-2016
This hotel had a gorgeous interior. They were still renovating certain areas when I was there, but whatever was done was beautiful. The rooms are modern and spacious. For how new the rooms were though, I expected a more modern bathroom, but the bathrooms were not that appealing. They weren't dirty or anything, just not as new as I would expect from seeing the hotel and the rest of the rooms. The staff were polite. The hotel conveniently has a 7-11 downstairs. Location-wise, it's near enough to a... Read more
from Glossop, United Kingdom
Submitted on 13-10-2016
I stayed here for 6 nights while on business in Tokyo. The hotel is a 10 minute uphill walk from Shinagawa train station (Takanawa exit). The bars and restaurants at the hotel are typically high priced so consider your budget (or business allowance) for food before staying or eating. There are plenty of eating options in the area though if you are happy to take a walk about. Service is very good and the hotel is kept to a very high standard. The fitness room comprises of two running machines and... Read more
from Bristol, United Kingdom
Submitted on 15-10-2016
The hotel was our first port of call after a long journey from the UK. It was great that the room awaiting us was Modern and impeccable. The reception staff and bell boys were very attentive and helped our every needs. We needed luggage forwarded on to Kyoto and this achieved with a minimum of fuss. There were various restaurants in the complex, but we didn't use these. Did use the TGI Fridays just down the road and made a number of visits to the 7Eleven which was handily placed in the basem... Read more
from new jersey
Submitted on 18-10-2016
We traveled to this hotel from a business meeting in the Ginza core; about a 10 minute drive. This hotel is located in a quiet District with many facilities inside and surrounding the hotel. The reception area is very large and the service staff at check-in and concierge very willing to accommodate with great efficiency. After check-in , brief meeting at the lobby level bar was very enjoyable as this bar is suitably decorated and furnished for relaxation. Great atmosphere. Use of the hotel rooft... Read more
from Sutton in Ashfield, United Kingdom
Submitted on 22-10-2016
I had a twin room which had large beds, a work table, small chez lounge which was large in my experience of Tokyo. Very clean and well maintained. Each room seems to have a small balcony but there was no view from mine and a tree had overgrown into it. Powerful shower. Room safe and mini bar fridge. Take your own adapters as this hotel didn't have multi region sockets which some have. Reception will loan you adapters though. Very limited room service menu. Breakfast had a few choices. I opted fo... Read more
from Vancouver, Canada
Submitted on 27-10-2016
There are four Prince Hotels in the JR Shinagawa Railway Station area; the ever popular, but simple Shinagawa Prince Hotel, Sakura Tower and Grand Prince Takanawa with beautiful Japanese garden and this Grand Prince New Takanawa. I've stayed all of them in the past and I have to say that Grand Prince New Takanawa is the least interesting of all. The location is okay. Though the farthest among the four to the train station. The hotel's lobby is spacious and rooms are said to be also spacious ... Read more
from Montpellier, France
Submitted on 01-11-2016
well deserved from both airports from Haneda 20 minutes by taxi 5000 yens from narita airport limousine bus directly to hotel 3600 yens well situated near tube and rail station large rooms well furnished ig you want a large bed you will have to ask in advance
Submitted on 08-11-2016
Overall, the service and friendliness of staff is excellent. Room is very dusty - the cleaning crew doesn't seem to do any dusting at all. Don't expect too much from club lounge - you get what you pay for. The white and red wine was less than average, the champagne was good. Nibbles is some nuts, smoked salmon, etc. Breakfast is buffet style - not too bad. 4/5 star because of the dustiness.
Submitted on 11-11-2016
Comparatively to typical Japanese business hotels the room we had was much larger and far more comfortable, there is a nice-sized desk and chair jutting out from the corner of the room and a vanity with chair for the ladies, as well a comfy chair for lounging facing the TV. The bathroom was also nice and spacious, it had plenty of counter space and a nice shower/tub that had simple water temperature controls and even an adjustable pressure shower head. The balcony is also accessible which is a... Read more
Submitted on 12-11-2016
This amazing property welcomes you the minute the vast sliding doors open into a colossal lobby that overlooks a beautiful park in the middle of Tokyo's stainless steel buildings. Staff are ready to help you and serve with a smile. Rooms have balconies that overlook incredible city views. Many restaurants are located in the hotel if you prefer to catch s bite to eat after a long day of meetings and/or site seeing. Also great Shopping in the area.
from Singapore, null, Singapore
Submitted on 16-11-2016
I stayed here yesterday for business. Upon check-in at 3.15pm (hotel's standard check-in time is 3pm), the Front Desk agent said that a smoking room was reserved for me which I later clarified with our corporate travel agent that it was not true. Anyway, I was told that hotel was fully booked and that no non-smoking room was available. For a non-smoker, it wasn't comfortable for me. I find it strange that at 3.15pm, such a large hotel has already managed to check in all of its guests (usually th... Read more
from raanana
Submitted on 17-11-2016
My wife and I stayed at this fine hotel for 5 days. Great location just 5 minutes to the Shinagawa Train Station and situated in a calm residential area this hotel has everything to offer. Attentive service, nice rooms, great selection at breakfast, nice new lobby, full tourist services by the concierge, and walking distance to temples, shrines, churches and a synagogue. This is my hotel in Tokyo.
from Lund, Sweden
Submitted on 17-11-2016
I've stayed at the Grand Prince Takanawa for business several times, this was my first stay at the Grand Prince New Takanawa which is located next door. Both hotels are located in the same area and are very similar from all aspects. The good: - The location near Shinagawa station is very convenient. - There is a shuttle to and from the hotel every 20 minutes most of the day. - Quick and professional service by staff - Access to a good gym (at additional cost of 2100 JPY per visit, but at lea... Read more
from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Submitted on 20-11-2016
I was attending a conference at the conference center, PAMIR, on the hotel grounds. I was booked at this hotel for 7 days by my hosts and I chose to stay extra days while attending to other business. The location is great if you have to travel in the Shinagawa ward of Tokyo, and it is down the hill to the JP Shinagawa station with very convienent access to the rest of Tokyo and Japan. Plenty of places to eat, especially on the other side of the station in the Konan neighborhood. Old meat pa... Read more
from Haifa, Israel
Submitted on 27-11-2016
I stayed in the hotel for three nights. Quite location, a clean comfortable room, 7-8 minutes walk to a train station and to a metro station, too. It is a good place for staying in Tokyo. One tip for breakfast. There are several cafes and restaurants in the hotel that offer breakfast. Please try the self-service restaurant on the ground floor. It has a rich choice of various meals: Amrican/European and Japanese as well. At the same time the cafe near the reception on the first floor features a c... Read more