Dec/31, 2019 New Year's Eve Countdown Event at The Prince Park Tower Tokyo

Sightseeing information about Dec/31, 2019 New Year's Eve Countdown Event at The Prince Park Tower Tokyo in Japan.


Dec/31, 2019 New Year's Eve Countdown Event at The Prince Park Tower Tokyo4.1

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The Prince Park Tower Tokyo, the hotel just close to Tokyo Tower, holds the new year's eve countdown event during Dec.31, 2019 and Jan.1, 2020.
Prince Shiba Park is a park on the grounds of the hotel, and the countdown cerebration will be held in there. Only the hotel guests are allowed to participate in this event, yet visitors can enter in the park. The hotel guests release about 1,000 balloons at the moment New Year arrives, and you can enjoy watching the music shows and entertaining shows.

Venue : The Prince Park Tower Tokyo, Prince Shiba Park
Address : 4-8-1 Shibakoen, Minato City, Tokyo
Date : December 31, 2019 ~
Hours : 23:40~24:10
Access : Akabanebashi Station on Oedo Line, or Shibakoen Station on Mita Line

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Purposeeasily accessible,experience,night view,shrine/temple,sightseeing
Airport/Sta.Kamiyacho sta. (about 900m) Google Transit

Reviews

5.02 weeks ago

It is comfortable in a very rich space. The space is very beautiful and you can spend a good time. You can enjoy a cocktail while watching the Tokyo Tower at the bar.

5.03 months ago

Set to get great views of the prince tower. It’s set-up near a small park. The hotel is near public transport and has been recently refurbished. The rooms are bigger than average Japan hotel rooms. Like most Japanese luxury hotels there are several restaurants. I like the rooftop restaurant for breakfast and the bar which is right next to it for views later at night.

4.03 months ago

This is a great hotel with a stunning view of Tokyo Tower. The staff bend over backwards to help (that's typical of Japan anyway), but they really do go out of their way to make sure you are happy.

Rooms are comfortable and well appointed with all the amenities expected. My room had a balcony which was so nice to sit out on and watch the city.

While the subway is near and convenient, there is not really anything nearby, although there are a few restaurants and a convenience store in the basement.

The bar upstairs is expensive, but what a view!

All in all, this hotel is a great place to stay, and well central for getting around the city.

5.0a month ago

Everything is fabulous. Staff are very kind and resourceful.
Executive floor serves breakfast, afternoon tea, dinner and bar time.
During your stay, everytime see great views.

5.04 months ago

Great hotel built next to a park, there are two metro stations close to the hotel, but unfortunately not right in front of the door. However they run a shuttle bus to Hamamatsucho Station (JR) every half hour.

The building itself has a interesting design, it has a triangle share if you look down from the sky, and the lobby’s top ceiling goes all the way up to the very top.

Room is very large compare to other hotels in Japan, it even come with a couch and a table, just for your reference most hotel rooms in Japan can barely fit 2 beds. The room is clean and well decorated, beds are comfortable enough, it also come with a balcony and a independent toilet room. Due to the shape of this hotel, some rooms have a nice park view; upgrade is also available if you want a Tokyo Tower view, but come with a additional charge.

The price per night often falls between $250 and $300 (regular room) depends on the seasons, which isn’t expensive for this type of hotel in Tokyo.