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Rising above the green grounds of Shiba Park, along the same visual parallel as nearby Tokyo Tower, the Prince Park Tower Tokyo makes a welcome addition to Tokyo's park hotel offerings. The hotel was opened in 2005 and the majority of the property physically lies inside Shiba Park. Soaring 33 stories high allows for arresting aerial views of the adjacent Zojo ji Temple, which is also situated inside Shiba Park. Located within the business districts of Toranomon and Kasumigaseki, as well as the fashionable shopping district of Roppongi, the Prince Park Tower Tokyo offers a first class location to business and leisure travelers alike. The nearest subway is Onarimon while the Toei Asakusa, Ooedo, Hibiya and JR Lines are all approximately two kilometers away. International travelers arriving at Narita International Airport (NRT) can take the Narita Express to connect to one of these local train lines.
The business traveler has major facilities to suit virtually any scale of event, including a 3,600 occupancy ballroom and convention hall. Dining options are plentiful which includes the Brise Verte that features fine French dining set against the backdrop of Tokyo's cityscape from 33 floors in the air. Sushi, tempura, and yakitori are also available in a restaurant dedicated to each of these distinctive Japanese cooking styles. The Melody Line Jazz Bar features live jazz entertainment, which given Tokyo's obsession with the cool music style, Tokyo and top hotel bars such as this one have talented jazz performers from around the globe.
The 673 guest rooms and suites include 397 rooms that have balconies. Each guestroom features a Jacuzzi bathtub and separate shower stall. In addition, every room is equipped with complimentary high speed internet access and LCD flat screen televisions. After a day of absorbing Japan's leading cultural center or a demanding day of business, guests can avail themselves of the hotel's natural hot spring spa and steam away the relentless energy of Japan's Imperial City.