Best Tokyo Tower View Hotel ❥ The Prince Park Tower Tokyo Review

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If staying at a Tokyo Tower view hotel is on your Japan bucket list, you need to add this Tokyo luxury hotel to your itinerary!

The Prince Park Tower Tokyo

About The Prince

The Prince Park Tower Tokyo is a 33-storey luxury accommodation nestled within Shiba Park in the heart of Japan’s bustling capital.

The property first opened its doors in 2005 and has been welcoming guests from all over the world for approximately two decades.


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It offers one of the most expansive views of Tokyo, and is renowned for its STELLAR GARDEN Sky Lounge. Even if they are fully booked for your travel dates or your plans don’t end up panning out, a cocktail or two at this panoramic bar is a must for your next trip to the Land of the Rising Sun.

Getting Here

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The Prince is conveniently located within walking distance to Shibakoen and Akabanebashi Stations. It is also a short 10-minute taxi ride from Tokyo Station.

Airport shuttle buses are available for guests arriving from Haneda and Narita Airports. (The Haneda Airport Limousine Bus is temporarily suspended at the moment as of March, 2024.) Further detailed directions can be found on their official site.

Check-In & Check-Out

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Check-in begins at 3:00PM. Like most hotels, early check-in is subject to availability.

My boyfriend and I landed at Haneda Airport at 6:45PM. We then checked in at around 8:00PM without any problems. Their reception runs 24/7, but it is advised that you contact them in advance should you be arriving late.

Check-out is until 12:00PM.

Panoramic Corner King Room Non-Smoking Tokyo Tower

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If you wish to enjoy your morning coffee with a side of epic views, opt for the Tokyo Tower rooms. (When making a reservation, the room type will either include “Tokyo Tower View” or “Tokyo Tower” in its name.)

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My boyfriend and I spent three nights in a Panoramic Corner King Room Non-Smoking Tokyo Tower on the 23rd floor, and it was everything I imagined it to be, if not more!

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As its name suggests, the Panoramic Corner King Room features a king-size bed, reading and writing desk, small sitting/lounging area, and spacious bathroom with a jacuzzi tub.

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The room is fairly spacious considering how small Japanese hotels typically are. The view is, of course, spectacular. And the breakfast? Don’t even get me started! The traditional Japanese breakfast was so delicious that I am still thinking about it even to this day. Trust me when I say that this is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that you need to treat yourself to 😉

Nearby Attractions 

Apart from the very obvious Tokyo Tower that is literally right down stairs, the reimagined teamLab Borderless exhibit at the brand new Azadubai Hills is another major attraction that you can reach by foot.

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Other nearby attractions include:

  • Shiba Park
    • The hotel is situated within the park, so be sure to take advantage of its location and go on a relaxing nature walk!
  • Zojoji Temple

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Tsukiji Iroha & Tsukiji Unitora Nakadori at Tsukiji Outer Market.

You can easily reach the following via subway as well:

  • Imperial Palace
  • Roppongi Hills Mori Tower
  • The National Art Center Tokyo
  • Tokyo Station
  • Tokyo International Forum
  • Ginza
    • E.g. major malls like GINZA SIX and LUMINE Yurakucho, as well as UNIQLO and MUJI flagship stores just to name a few.
  • Tsukiji Outer Market

Additional Photos

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Final Verdict

Amenities: ★★★★★
Cleanliness: ★★★★★
Comfort: ★★★★★
Proximity: ★★★★★
Quietness: ★★★★☆
Safety: ★★★★★
Space: ★★★★☆
Value of Price: ★★★★★
Internet Access: Complimentary


  • Great service and warm hospitality
  • Close proximity to Shibakoen, Akabanebashi, and Tokyo Stations
  • Extremely wide array of amenities and facilities for guest use
    • There are four restaurants, two bars, a lobby lounge, a chocolate shop, and a bakery. Additionally, there is a natural hot spring spa, fitness center, bowling alley, and Lawson convenience store. If you are traveling for work or planning a wedding here, they also have a business center, beauty services shops, and a photo studio.
  • Impeccable Tokyo Tower views, duh!
    • They can be enjoyed from the bathtub too.
  • Thoughtful weather forecast cards + chocolates were placed on our bed every night
  • Pajamas are provided
  • Jacuzzi bath tub


I have nothing but the absolute best to say about my stay. However, as with most big cities, noise pollution is unavoidable. You can definitely hear sirens at night sometimes, but it’s not a continued occurrence, so it’s by no means a dealbreaker.

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