Modernism meets Japanese style at The Prince Park Tower Tokyo, from its dramatic open-concept atrium lobby to its lofty Stellar Garden, where you can enjoy signature cocktails with views of the iconic Tokyo Tower. Surrounded by lush green space, the hotel stands tall over downtown Tokyo; elegant guestrooms offer views of the city's unmistakable skyline or the beauty of nearby parks. In its public spaces, attentive staff help you make the most of exceptional facilities, including upscale boutiques and beauty salons, an on-site bowling alley, and seven Asian and international restaurants.
Stay in one of 603 Western or traditional guestrooms and suites, including Garden Suites with traditional Japanese screens and tatami floors. Unwind in a sauna or a natural saltwater onsen with mineral-rich water drawn from deep beneath Shiba Park. Swim in an indoor pool and work out in a fitness center with Technogym equipment and personal trainers. Meet and work in a 24-hour business center and 76,019 sq ft / 7,062 sq m of event space, including a 3,600-capacity ballroom. Premium Club rooms include a Champagne welcome, complimentary breakfasts, and access to an exclusive lounge.
Watch master chefs prepare fresh sushi at Hamashiba's counter, or sample international cuisine with amazing city views at Brise Verte on the 33rd floor. With some of the most spacious meeting rooms in the capital, a chandeliered ballroom, and a vast convention hall, The Prince Park Tower Tokyo makes an ideal business venue. Karaoke, billiards, and a 12-lane bowling alley ensure leisure time is just as memorable.
Rooms & Suites - The Prince Park Tower Tokyo's 603 spacious guestrooms and suites have Western or traditional décor. The ground floor Garden Suites are notable for their tatami floors and zashiki dining. Whichever style you choose, sink into plush down comforters and enjoy views of Tokyo’s skyline, nearby Tokyo Tower, or the adjacent park through picture windows. On Premium Club floors, enjoy a champagne welcome, a complimentary breakfast, and complimentary access to the spa; the exclusive Royal Floor adds a personal butler service. An in-house bakery, Boulangerie Tokyo, fills the hotel's first floor with the aroma of fresh-baked bread each morning. After a pastry, ask the concierge where to go for great shopping, or pick up a new outfit at the Seibu PISA boutique. In the lobby, borrow an umbrella, select a favorite pillow, arrange an in-room massage, or request a newspaper to be delivered to your room.
Dining - Specializing in Asian cuisine, The Prince Park Tower Tokyo hotel offers seven restaurants and a fine in-house bakery. There are lounges and bars for every mood, and the view of the Tokyo Tower from the Stellar Garden is unbeatable. ''Shibazakura'' – The welcome is warm and the cooking innovative at stylish Shibazakura, which blends Japanese culinary traditions with contemporary gastronomy. ''Brise Verte'' – Dine on the 33rd floor, taking in incredible panoramic views at this light and airy restaurant. Experienced chefs create the finest cuisine using seasonal local ingredients. ''Hamashiba'' – Hamashiba serves expertly prepared sushi and sashimi, with counter, table, and private room seating. Choose a counter seat to watch master chefs at work, and look out over the pond and waterfall outside. ''Torishiba'' – Traditional yakitori skewers are the specialty at this laid-back restaurant. This is classic Japanese bar food, designed to be eaten sociably and over a drink – ideal for an early evening bite before exploring Tokyo’s nightlife.
''Tenshiba'' – Tenshiba serves a mouthwatering selection of seasonal seafood and tempura using the very best ingredients. There is a great wine and sake list, too. ''Katsura'' – Skilled teppanyaki chefs prepare the best beef, seafood, and vegetables on an iron grill. Enjoy this theatrical cooking style with a glass of fine wine or a cold Japanese beer. ''Yomeiden'' – Savor traditional Cantonese meals and great dim sum at this spacious restaurant. Yomeiden’s private rooms make a great choice for group dining or business lunches. ''Stellar Garden'' – Unwind with a handcrafted cocktail while taking in fabulous views of the Tokyo Tower and the city skyline. ''Main Bar Mokuren'' – Choose from exceptional whiskeys and premium brandies at this cozy bar hidden away in the hotel basement. ''Boulangerie Tokyo'' – Stop by Boulangerie Tokyo for delicious fresh bread and decadent cakes, all baked on-site.
Leisure & Activities - You could spend a week at The Prince Park Tower Tokyo without leaving the front door - it has all you need. Refresh body and mind at the extensive spa, swim laps in the heated indoor pool, or relax in bubbling onsen springs. Karaoke rooms, a bowling alley, and billiard tables entertain children and adults alike, and you can keep in shape in an expansive Technogym-equipped fitness center with a yoga studio. Historic Tokyo icons like the Tokyo Tower, Imperial Palace, and Hama Rikyu Gardens are all close outside the hotel. For shopping, head to the Azabu-j?ban or Ginza neighborhoods, or visit Roppongi Hills and the Tokyo Midtown malls. Later, visit the beauty salons to prepare for a special evening, and enjoy a cocktail at Stellar Garden before dining at one of the many excellent restaurants nearby.