The Tokyo Prince Hotel opened for business in 1964, the year of the first Tokyo Olympics, and has welcomed many guests in conjunction with Japan's economic growth. The central Shibakoen area location offers convenient transportation access and is also home to such emblematic tourist attractions as Tokyo Tower and Zojoji Temple. As redevelopment of the surrounding areas proceeds, it is anticipated that in the future many guests from within and outside Japan will gather and make their base in Tokyo here.
Area to be remodeled
Summary of key renovations
Guest rooms (462 rooms in total)
- Divide guest room floors into 3 categories: 'Club Floor (11F, new)', 'Upper Floor (9-10F, new)', '4-8F' and clarify features according to each floor and other items
Exclusive lounge for hotel guests
- Construct a lounge for the exclusive use of hotel guests staying on the Club Floor
- Set up space solely for group use
- Design changes
- Buffet-style restaurant interior renovation and other items
- Banquet halls (partial)
Photo: Panoramic view of Tokyo Prince Hotel
Image1: Club Floor guest room (Illustration)
* The above information is accurate as of December 22, 2016, and is subject to change.
Tokyo Prince Hotel Remodeling
1. Guest Rooms (4F-11F, 462 rooms in total)
Rooms to be divided into 3 floors according to purpose: business use mainly catering to overseas visitors; group use from MICE; and tourists.
Clarification of functions for each floor.
(1) Clarification of functions for each floor
- Club Floor (11F: 32 rooms), New
For use of 1 domestic or international business visitor. Mainly comprises king rooms and double rooms with hospitable service provided in an elegant setting.
Image2: Club Floor guest room (Illust.) http://prw.kyodonews.jp/prwfile/release/M103735/201702078567/_prw_PI8fl_Bb365AZe.jpg
- Upper Floor (9-10F, 134 rooms), New
For use of 1-2 leisure or business visitors. 30 double rooms have been added.
For the use of domestic or international groups. 30 twin rooms accommodating 3 guests have been added; moreover, single rooms modified to double rooms for up to 2 guests.
Image3: 4-8F guest room (Illust.)
(2) Introduction of Wi-Fi network and mobile devices
To enable a pleasant business environment, Wi-Fi networks will be installed.
(3) Construction of Club Lounge (1F)
A lounge will be constructed for exclusive use of guests staying on the Club Floor (11F), providing check-in services and meals.
Image4: Club Lounge (Illust.)http://prw.kyodonews.jp/prwfile/release/M103735/201702078567/_prw_PI5fl_j0181k6N.jpg
2. Lobby Area
The Lobby (1F), which welcomes numerous visitors ranging from staying guests to those attending hotel functions, will be remodeled as refined space with an imposing color scheme where splendor can be felt amidst tradition. To reduce congestion and preserve a pleasant atmosphere, designated space will be set up for the use of guests in groups.
(1) Buffet Restaurant (3F)
The main dining establishment in the Tokyo Prince Hotel. Reopening as a main restaurant overflowing with energy. The restaurant will feature Japanese, Western and Chinese cuisine buffet stations prominently arranged in the center area.
Image5: Buffet Restaurant (Illust.)
Role of Prince Hotels in the Shibakoen area
The two Prince Hotels in the Shibakoen area (The Prince Park Tower Tokyo and Tokyo Prince Hotel) are located in the city but surrounded by greenery, and are adjacent to tourist attractions emblematic of Tokyo such as Tokyo Tower and Zojoji Temple. Featuring a grand total of over 1,000 guest rooms and over 1,000 m2 of big banquet hall space, the hotels can be used for MICE in addition to sightseeing.
Tokyo Prince Hotel Summary of Facilities
3-3-1 Shiba-koen, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 105-8560, Japan
Guest rooms: 462 rooms
Restaurants: 9 restaurants and bars
(including 2 tenant establishments)
Banquet halls: 24 banquet halls
Facilities: Shinto-style wedding venue, photo studio, beauty parlor, dressing room, business services center, 3 gift shops
Opening date: September 1, 1964
The Prince Park Tower Tokyo Summary of Facilities
4-8-1 Shibakoen, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 105-8563, Japan
Guest rooms: 603 rooms
Restaurants: 12 restaurants and bars
Banquet halls: 17 banquet halls
Facilities: Chapel, shrine, spa and fitness center, natural hot spring, bowling alley, gift shop
Opening date: April 11, 2005
About Prince Hotels, Inc.
Headquarters: 3-1-5 Higashi-ikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo
President: Shigeyoshi Akasaka
Prince Hotels, Inc. is a member of the Seibu Group.
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