Maxell Aqua Park Shinagawa4.1
Large indoor entertainment facilities in the Shinagawa Prince Hotel, 2-minute walk from Shinagawa Station (Takanawa exit).
The main attraction, the aquarium, exhibits approx. 350 species 10000 of marine creatures with sound, light and video effect.
Around the circular pool with 360-degree views you can watch jumping dolphins.
Fun rides (a carousel and a shaking pirate ship) and a live music hall are on site.
Food and drink available at a cafe and bar or a food stand.
Airport/Sta.Shinagawa Sta. (about 300m) Google Transit
We guide this spot.
1.04 months ago
All in all I would NOT recommend staying at this hotel. I honestly have few good things to say about this hotel. The rooms we booked were the Standard Twins these are assumedly the 'budget' offering at this hotel which at $240 a night, is not what I expected. The room we had was dated and very noticeably worn. The walls were badly marked, the furniture literally broken at the seems, the desk scratched and scuffed, the bathroom has stained tiles and grout, there is chunks missing from the skirting and a literal hole in the bathroom wall. The bathroom also has a significant step up into it, about 20cm. The beds were also hard and quite uncomfortable. In addition to this, the room is terribly appointed, basic items such as only having one usable PowerPoint available, not providing teaspoons, however there is only 2 black teabags and 2 green teabags provided, no coffee, creamer or sugar. The customer service was fine, no complaints here. The hotel has a large about of bowling lanes, and a small arcade at the bottom of it which is pretty cool. In terms of location, Shinagawa is a great spot to stay, usually priced cheaper than more central Tokyo. I would recommend staying on the other side of Shinagawa station, as this side of the train station has far less food/restaurant options nearby.
4.03 months ago
Went as part of a vacation package for a concert. A very impressive hotel complex. And I mean a COMPLEX. There is a lot to do that's part of the complex (bowling alley, movie theater, etc) so it's useful for long term travelers who want a rest day. For the number of rooms the lobby was very pleasant and spacious. The included breakfast was very good and had many options. The room I had in the main tower were a bit dated (hence the 4 stars versus 5) but very comfy and pleasant. I would consider staying here again, especially since this is one of the most cost effective hotels in Tokyo's business area. I also recommend it as a transit hotel for both airports and the Shinkansen!
5.05 months ago
Wow! I really felt like I was being treated like royalty at this hotel. I was here for Love Live Fest 2020, and the staff knew and were very enthusiastic about it. When we first arrived we were a little lost, but a staff member quickly guided us to the correct desk. Many ammenedies provided in the rooms and they were restocked daily. Complimentary breakfast buffets are open from different times and they were great! Rooms were CLEAN and beds were comfortable. I had a beautiful view of the city as well. The hotel is located across the street from the train station so transportation is easy. And there is easy access to food everywhere. I'm excited to come back again!
4.05 months ago
Not a bad place to stay, we paid 170 US$ a day for 3 people. A short walk from Shinagawa station, and a really cool aquarium with a dolphin show. Room needs some TLC (stained carpet, shower knob falling off), but super clean. Hotel super busy, breakfast buffet is top 10. View from room is awesome.
3.05 months ago
Hotel is well located across the street from Shinagawa Station. Small business hotel. Super crowded. Check in was super slow. Many shops and restaurant around the hotel. Rooms were quite small with outdated decor. I stayed at the Main Tower. Tried to get to the hotel restaurant but was fully booked. (No photos to share as there was nothing to photograph about.)