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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 1114 reviews
from London
Submitted on 11-21-2017
Large modern hotel, vast public areas, very friendly staff and a comfortable room of a decent size (not always a given in Japan). Good choice of restaurants spread around the large site, offering good breakfast choices, and western and Japanese choices for lunch and dinner. The location is close to Shinagawa station - walkable, but there is a shuttle. The area is not particularly central, and there is not much to explore within walking distance, but it is pleasant enough - and quiet at night. Yo... Read more
from New Haven, Connecticut
Submitted on 11-18-2017
Stayed at this hotel with family for 2 nights. It is close enough to the train station to walk or use the shuttle provided by the hotel. The lobby is nice and the staff was extremely friendly and helpful. They always went out of their way to help. Rooms were clean and comfortable. The price was a little expensive, but, I suppose being in Tokyo that's how it goes.
from Melbourne, Australia
Submitted on 11-10-2017
Our first visit to Japan and this Hotel was a great start. The room was very comfortable after some temperature adjustments. The American breakfast was really good and the location was pleasant. Had the bar been more enticing then I probably would have given a rating of 5 stars. Each to their own as they say?
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from Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Submitted on 11-08-2017
The executive room was quite spacious with a lovely comfy big bed and all the facilities we required. Even at the beginning of October the weather was fairly mild and we were able to admire the view from the small balcony. The hotel was in a business district outside the centre of the city of Tokyo so there was not a lot of sightseeing around the hotel and it was away from the hustle and bustle of the nightlife, but the advantage for us was that it was quiet and close to the excellent undergroun... Read more
from Singapore, Singapore
Submitted on 11-08-2017
There are 4 prince hotel close by and it was confusing for the first time to find the right prince one Hotel is nice and bit far away from Shinagawa station if someone is coming with luggage but itā??s within 800 meter and convenient if there are no luggage Room is well stocked except no complimentary drinking water, but 7/11 is located in the basement and can buy one big bottle Only one lift connects to room and if someone has walking problem then request for room close to the lift Limited ... Read more
from New Delhi, India
Submitted on 10-29-2017
Stayed for two nights in executive was on 16th floor...itā??s 5 minutes drive from shinagawa station...they run shuttle service , one mini bus that comes I think every donā??t try to walk to hotel from station if you have heavy luggage. The road is uphill about half a km and very tiring of one walks with luggage. Pl wait for shuttle or hire a taxi.the executive room is divided in two sections is sitting area with sofas and tv ...other section has twin beds and also... Read more
from Sofia, Bulgaria
Submitted on 10-28-2017
Very friendly and helpful staff. Good location and nice atmosphere. The convention centre nicely located aside. Convenient transport from both airports with limousine bus at reasonable rates. Varaity of restaurants and good breakfast options. 7/11 convenient store at B3.
from South Mimms, England, United Kingdom
Submitted on 10-23-2017
I liked the Grand Prince Hotel New Takenawa, where I stayed 4 nights including a typhoon that passed through Tokyo on the 22-23 October, 2017. I had a view over the city from the 15th floor. The room was comfortable and the staff very friendly and helpful. There are three different places for breakfast: a Japanese restaurant, a typical international buffet and a rather more refined lounge, where you can either take an 'American' or a 'Continental' breakfast. One night, we dined in the Chinese re... Read more
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from Teuge, The Netherlands
Submitted on 10-22-2017
the hotel staff is really nice and they went their way to correct the mistake that was made with our reservation. The hotel itself is really nice and has a couple of nice places to eat, but in the neighbourhood there are multiple good restaurants so we tested those. There is e free shuttle between the Shinagawa train station and the 3 prince hotels, which is great, it goed every 20 minutes, but walking is also a good option. The room we had was nice and big enough for us, but there was a bit o... Read more
from Malmo, Sweden
Submitted on 10-21-2017
The hotel lobby looks very nice and gives a warm welcome to any guest checking in. However there are things to take into consideration before choosing this hotel. First, the hotel is a little far out from shinagawa station, but there is a free shuttle between the hotel and shinagawa station which stops running after 10pm. Secondly the rooms have an old smell to them and I assume it's the old carpet probably only vacuumed and not cleaned. Other than that basic rooms with a limited mini-bar with ... Read more