Conrad Tokyo

Location: Tokyo & Around | Japan

Price guide: £££££ £100-£200 per person per night

This sleek and sophisticated hotel has luxurious accommodation, stylish bars and Michelin-starred restaurants, impeccable service and panoramic views over Tokyo Bay.

Perfect forThose after a luxurious Tokyo base.
In the knowEnjoy a traditional Japanese dance show at the Kabuki-za theatre nearby.

Recommended for...

  • Food & Wine
  • Luxury Hotel
  • Chic Design
  • City Hotel

Hotel Overview

Where

Central Tokyo, beside Shiodome station and close to Ginza, overlooking Tokyo Bay and Hamarikyu Gardens.

Rooms at Conrad Tokyo

There are nearly 300 contemporary rooms and suites, all with attractive minimalist Japanese design, king-sized beds, marble bathrooms, traditional Japanese paintings and lantern-style lamps, alongside quintessential Tokyo vistas. The spacious suites have separate living areas as well as stunning views.

Food and facilities

At Conrad Tokyo you can wake up to a delicious international breakfast buffet, and for later in the day, there are several Michelin-starred eateries, ranging from Asian to European, with exquisite dishes you can enjoy while looking out over the city. Choose Japanese cuisine at Kazahana, French fare at Collage or Chinese delights at China Blue, alongside wine from an extensive wine cellar. After dinner, head to TwentyEight for cocktails and live music, with spectacular floor-to-ceiling windows making the most of the glittering night-time views of Tokyo.

Activities at Conrad Tokyo

Head to the Mizuki spa and fitness centre on the 29th floor, and indulge in a massage or facial, or relax in the steam room or sauna. Don't miss the swimming pool - its high altitude enables you to enjoy a swim while soaking up the skyline vistas.  Colourful Ginza, Tokyo’s prestigious shopping, dining and entertainment district, is right on the doorstep. Meanwhile, you should also visit the famous Tsukiji Fish Market, and explore beautiful palaces and fascinating museums. Relax in the regal Hamarikyu Gardens, beside Sumida River, before taking a waterbus to Asakusa, Tokyo’s old temple town, for a taste of historic Japan.

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