Tokyo Princess Inn - Encino
yard HISTORY

The Inn was once owned and operated by American film legend John Wayne, before his rise to stardom. Encino is also home to other notable figures, such as the Jackson family, Britney Spears, Selena Gomez and Ron Howard among many others.

The current Inn, once known as the “Encino Inn Motel,” underwent a complete renovation to the Japanese style country inn it is today. It is decorated with extraordinary artwork from all over Asia.

In 2011, the interiors of the rooms were refurbished with modern, updated furniture. The result is a refreshed outlook while still keeping in step with the traditional style of the Inn.

 

LOCATION




The Inn is conveniently located within walking distance to the shops and restaurants of downtown Encino. Encino is a suburb of metropolitan Los Angeles. There are many great places to see and visit. All of which are nicely located nearby.

The following distances are approximations:

Japanese Garden 4 mi North-East 9 min
Universal Studios 10 mi East 12 min
J. Paul Getty Museum 10 mi South 15 min
Beverly Hills 12 mi South 12 min
UCLA 12 mi South 16 min
Burbank Airport 14 mi East 15 min
Santa Monica 17 mi South 18 min
Hollywood 20 mi South-East 23 min
Downtown L.A. 20 mi South-East 21 min
L.A. International Airport 23 mi South 25 min
Six Flags Magic Mountain 26 mi North 30 min
Disneyland 47 mi South 59 min


THE TOKYO PRINCESS EXPERIENCE

 
 

The Inn offers guests a tranquil refuge from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Our Japanese style continental breakfast is served in our lobby’s nook, adjacent to the outdoor patio, which overlooks the Bonsai garden. A wide variety of exquisite restaurants are just steps away from your door.

The Tokyo Princess Inn is a truly unique experience with its combination of modern comfort and Japanese traditions.