Prince Park Tower Tokyo Joins Preferred

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Thursday, 11 August 2011

The Prince Park Tower Tokyo has joined Preferred Hotels and Resorts, the group's third property in Tokyo, Japan.

Nestled in the lush Shiba Park in downtown Tokyo near the Zozoji Temple, The Prince Park Tower Tokyo is the flagship hotel of the established Japanese owned Prince Hotels & Resorts chain.

Designed and built in 2005 with the concept of combining harmony with nature, it rises 33 floors over the city, with views of the nearby Tokyo Tower, the city center, and the tranquil greenery of surrounding parklands.

In addition, a major part of the building is built underground and vertically to allow for more greenery around the building, with consideration given to earthquake safety and soundproofing. The proximity to subway lines and the monorail allows for easy access to main shopping and business districts.

The 673 rooms are equipped with complimentary high-speed Internet access, jet tubs, and balconies (in selected rooms).

Nine restaurants offer an extensive array of cuisines while recreational facilities include a 25-metre heated pool, gymnasium, a natural hot spring bath, and a bowling alley. Or, guests can jog around the Shiba Park to enjoy the natural beauty of Japan's four seasons.

The hotel's conference facilities are among the largest in Japan, with a ballroom able to accommodate up to 3,600 people, a convention hall, as well as 17 meeting rooms. The hotel also offers three distinctive wedding chapels one located in the garden, one outdoors, and a sky chapel on the 33rd floor overlooking Tokyo Tower as well as a full scale Japanese Shinto wedding ceremonial site.

"Tokyo remains one of the region's most important corporate and leisure hubs, and we are already seeing a strong return of corporate business to our hotels since the tragic events in March," said Mark Simmons, area managing director Asia, Preferred Hotel Group. "Prince Hotels & Resorts is one of Japan's largest and most respected hotel operators and we are thrilled to be partnering with their flagship property in Tokyo."

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