Grand Prince Hotel New Takanawa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Prince Hotel New Takanawa Minato
This is our first stop and it is beautiful. I was most impressed with the "cool" toilet in our room. The room is very comfortable with two double beds, a flat screen TV, a desk, a mini refrigerator, a sofa and a small balcony. It was truly a welcome sight after waiting hours in the hotel lobby cold and tired from our flight.
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