The Strings by InterContinental, Tokyo
AddressMinato-ku, Konan 2-16-1 Shinagawa East One Tower 26-32 Floor TokyoSee nearby area
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Located right next to JR Shinagawa Shinkansen Station, The Strings by InterContinental Tokyo offers spacious accommodation with panoramic skyline views, personalised staff attention and a 24-hour fitness centre. Free Wi-Fi is provided throughout the property.
Rooms at The Strings showcase tasteful Japanese design, with large windows that offer skyline views. Each room has a seating area and a flat-screen satellite TV.
The adjacent JR Shinagawa Train Station offers access to Shinkansen bullet trains to Osaka. Local trains on the Yamanote Line run directly to the Shibuya and Shinjuku areas in about 20 minutes. Guests can take an Airport Limousine Bus directly from Narita International Airport, which is a 90-minute ride away.
Guests can unwind with in-room aromatherapy and reflexology, or work at the 24-hour business centre.
China Shadow Restaurant serves authentic Chinese dishes with 26th-floor views. The elegant Dining Room offers international fusion fare. Room service is available 24 hours.
The Airport Limousine Bus is available from Narita International Airport directly to the hotel.
An accommodation tax per person per night is not included in the rate and is to be paid directly at the property.
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Concierge service
Bureau de Change/ATM
- Currency exchange
- 24-hour front desk
- Room service
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
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