Staying at the NTower was mostly good - excellent staff, free buffet breakfast (albeit a limited menu: great yogurt, boiled veggie medley, some rather "wet" scrambled eggs, round ham slices or link sausages (depending on the day), milk and cereal, bagels, toast, juice, coffee, and all the Coke Zero you can handle at 6:30 a.m., 7:00 a.m. on the weekends. Shinagawa Station close by (3-5 minute walk, depending on whether you're Japanese or American or from Hawaii!). Great stores and shops on or nearby the property. 40 lanes to bowl during a break in your itinerary. Indoor swimming facility - bad part is guest staying at the hotel must pay for use of the facility. More on the not so good side - the twin rooms were barely big enough for one person and definitely too small for mid- to large-sized Westerners.
Shinagawa Prince Hotel is located in central Tokyo, a 2-minute walk from Shinagawa Station which offers direct connections to …More
Great location for Haneda airport flights! Monorail stops at this hotel
Location. Japan rail pass works for monorail and loop (Yamanote line). One stop on monorail to loop. Also can walk to Shenagawa station for subway. Clean room, nice size (for Japan). Good breakfast.
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Located along a canal in the Tennozu district, this 29-story hotel lies between business-minded Shinagawa and the …More
Stayed 6 nights in this hotel. The room is big enough. The beds are clean and comfortable. Great location! Subway station and JR station are just right in front of the hotel. There are a lot of good restaurant and convenient stores nearby. The room I had was just next to the Pachiko, sometimes it was a little bit noisy at night, but didn't affect me a lot. Staff are really nice and received packages for me. There was almost no wi-fi connection in my room, but after I told the staff, they helped me install a router in the room and problem solved. The hotel has all the facilities I need. I had a pleasant time there. Will stay in this hotel again or recommend to friends.
Located in Osaki, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum, Tokyo Tower, and Mori Art Museum …More
The room was very clean and modern Japanese futon style so feels much more spacious than other ordinary business hotels around there. It was big enough for me and two kids. I didn't expect but there was a single bed as extra for the king bed. The location was good too. It's close to JR station. Also there is a convenience store across the street. Only disappointed thing was not enough frequency of the shuttle bus service to the airport. We had only small suitcases so took trains but if big one with two kids.......,I definitely prefere the bus.
Located in Shinagawa, this hotel is 0.4 mi (0.6 km) from Shinagawa Aquarium and within 6 mi (10 km) of Tokyo Tower and …More
it is a bit far from the JR Shinagawa station on foot and our room was bery small. Staff in the hotel were all nice and pleasant.
It is a good budget hotel in Tokyo since everything is very expensive there. I liked this hotel even though there were some disappointment conditions.
the hotel is on the old route (Tokaidoo) in Edo period and we can feel good old downtown Tokyo. There are vegetable stores, fish stores and a lot of small mom and pap type stores instead of supermarkets near the hotel. It is a bit far from the JR station but we can feel every day lives of Japanese people here.
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Located in Shinagawa, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum, Tokyo Tower, and Mori Art …More
Loved our brief stay here after landing in Tokyo..especially liked the bar area at night playing old black & white movies (Casablanca) projected onto the wall! Very classy & great atmosphere. The rooms were also lovely & amenities were lux, breakfast buffet was well priced & lots of great options - very happy with our stay!
Located in Minato, this luxury hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Keio University, Tokyo Tower, and Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art …More
Historically the district where feudal lords lived during the Tokugawa Shogunate, this area is now home to many global businesses, including Sony headquarters. It also holds Sengaku-ji Temple, the Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, and the city’s second-largest train station. West of the station is Takanawa, an upscale residential neighborhood.