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Shinagawa is one of Tokyo's most important business and commercial centres. During Japan's Edo Period, Shinagawa was one of the postal towns that served travellers journeying between Tokyo and Kyoto. This legacy lives on, as this Tokyo ward reportedly contains the highest concentration of hotels in the city. North of Shinagawa is Shinagawa Station, one of Tokyo's primary transportation hubs. If you want to score great Shinagawa hotel deals, it's best to book your accommodation between September and December. Tokyo weather during these months is less humid and thus more pleasant. Moreover, the streets aren't as crowded with tourists.

What are the Top Hotels in Shinagawa

Shinagawa Prince Hotel is just outside Shinagawa Station. It has child-friendly facilities like an arcade and children's pool, and it offers babysitting services. Additionally, the hotel has 13 restaurants, pools, tennis courts, business centre, and free Wi-Fi. Grand Prince Hotel New Takanawa is also outside Shinagawa Station. It has two restaurants and outdoor pools, plus a business centre, a fitness centre, and a convenience store. Its services include town car service and free Wi-Fi. Sheraton Miyako Hotel Tokyo near Satoruhayashi Temple has its own restaurants, as well as a sauna. It also offers town car service, free Wi-Fi, and childcare.

Where are the best areas for Hotels in Shinagawa?

A lot of hotels in Shinagawa are clustered around Shinagawa Station. It's a good place to use as a base if you plan on shopping at nearby malls or moving around a lot. Another convenient area for hotels close to Shinagawa Station is Higashi-gotanda. Many corporate headquarters are housed nearby, as well as museums, galleries, and embassies. If you'd like to see Shinagawa's old travellers' shrines and cultural landmarks, you can try the hotels near the Oimachi Station. Located just south of Shinagawa Station, Oimachi is not as busy. It's also an easy distance to Shinagawa Historical Museum.

What are Hotels like in Shinagawa?

Shinagawa has a good mix of mid-range and luxury hotels. Most of the upmarket hotels in the neighbourhood are located near Shinagawa Station, where many of the area's office buildings and shopping complexes are. These hotels offer top-of-the-line amenities, including spacious, refined rooms and suites, gourmet restaurants, fitness centres, and spa treatments, along with other add-on services. Mid-range hotels, on the other hand, have smaller rooms and standard amenities. Some cater to business travellers, giving them access to computer stations, business centres, and meeting spaces. Some are geared towards families, offering babysitting and childcare, and other child-friendly facilities.

How much do Hotels typically cost in Shinagawa?

Shinagawa hotel rates depend largely on the hotel's brand and location. Mid-range hotels near Shinagawa Station can cost you around S$100 to S$120 a night. However, mid-range hotels in other locations within Shinagawa may charge you only S$50 to S$80 for a night's stay. Luxury hotels, on the other hand, can be quite pricey, especially when located close to Shinagawa Station. Some of these brand-name global-chain hotels average S$250 a night. However, that price can go up to S$650 nightly. There are a few budget hotels in the outskirts which have a price range of S$40 to S$50 a night.

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