Shinjuku Prince Hotel
Lonely Planet review
Beside Shinjuku Station and the Kabukichō nightlife, this towering wedge has an attractive location and some of the best views in town. Rooms, though recently renovated, are on the small side and low on glam; however, the sparkling neon should make up for it. Be sure to ask for an upper-floor room and try not to let the faded lobby throw you.
Our independent authors have visited Shinjuku Prince Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Tokyo.
Services & facilities
- Internet access
- Internet services
- Non-smoking rooms
- Restaurant (buffet)
- Vending machine (drinks)
- Restaurant (à la carte)
- Vending machine (snacks)
- Facilities for disabled guests
Bureau de Change/ATM
- Currency exchange
- 24-hour front desk
Description provided by property
Important informationPlease be informed that on 03 March 2014, between 01:00-01:05 and 04:30-05:00, there will be a scheduled power outage due to an annual inspection of electric facilities. Power outlets, lights and electric appliances cannot be operated during the inspection. Internet and cable channels will not be available between 01:00-11:00. Drink vending machines and hot water dispensers will not be available between 01:00-05:00. Please contact the hotel for further information. Only the Deluxe Twin Room can accommodate babycots and extra beds. An accommodation tax per person per night is not included in the rate and is to be paid directly at the property.
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