Situated in Shinjuku, Shinjuku Prince Hotel is five minutes from Kabukicho. It is surrounded by a variety of dining options and is within a 10-minute walk of Shinjuku Train Station. Shinjuku Prince Hotel has panoramic city views, plus a coffee bar, a 24-hour reception and an express check-in and check-out feature. Additionally, the multilingual staff are on hand to offer local information. Recently refurbished, the hotel has 571 contemporary rooms. The bathrooms are fitted with a shower and a bathtub, and include a hair dryer and slippers. Specializing in Japanese dishes, Shinjuku Prince Hotel's on-site restaurant serves a range of satisfying meals for guests to sample. Cocktails and a wide range of drinks are served at the bar. Shinjuku Prince Hotel is within walking distance of Shinjuku Mitsui Building, Shinjuku Sumitomo Building and Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building. It is within a 20-minute stroll of Shin-Okubo Railway Station, which allows for easy access in and around Tokyo.
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Shinjuku Prince Hotel location: 1-30-1 Kabuki-Cho, Tokyo 160-0000
Check in anytime after 1:00 PM, check out anytime before 11:00 AM
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On average, Shinjuku Prince Hotel is less than the Tokyo average rate for 3 star hotels. The nightly rate at Shinjuku Prince Hotel is typically $57, whereas the nightly rate in Tokyo is $19 more.
There are 38.8 mi between Tokyo Narita and Shinjuku Prince Hotel. The drive to and from the airport should be about 1h 56min, depending on traffic. Take into account high traffic times, especially near more metropolitan areas.
If you intend on renting a car to travel from Tokyo Narita to the hotel, you will have peace of mind knowing that Shinjuku Prince Hotel offers parking on site. Car rentals in the area typically go for $36/day for a base model rental. If you’re looking for a simple travel option from Tokyo Narita to Shinjuku Prince Hotel, consider calling a taxi or rideshare service to take you to the hotel as well as around the city during your visit.
Yes, Shinjuku Prince Hotel does have a restaurant where you can sit down to eat or take food to go. There are also many other quality food options in Tokyo for those looking for something different.
At this time, our data shows that there is no on-site pool at Shinjuku Prince Hotel. However, hotels can make changes that can significantly change the venue. For the most accurate answer, it would be best to call the hotel directly at +81 332 051 111.
Shinjuku Prince Hotel is 4.0 mi away from the city center of Tokyo, where you can find interesting sights such as Akihabara Electric Town.
If you have questions or concerns about your stay at Shinjuku Prince Hotel, call +81 332 051 111 to speak with a front desk representative.
Yes, Shinjuku Prince Hotel has Wi-Fi available to hotel guests.