The Conrad Tokyo is situated in the high-rise Shidome area. The hotel boasts some of the city’s most spacious rooms featuring awesome vistas of the Hamarikyu Gardens and Tokyo Bay. The well-appointed rooms come with many added luxuries and modern-conveniences such as flat screen TVs, DVD players and sound systems. The hotel’s world-class facilities range from a large indoor pool with far reaching city views and a modern fitness center with yoga classes to a spa on the 29th floor offering authentic Japanese inspired treatments. All food and drink tastes are covered in the Conrad’s five onsite dining options serving sushi, teppanyaki, kaiseki, Chinese and western cuisine.
Views: The Conrad Tokyo boasts unparalleled views of a 300-year-old garden, Tokyo Bay and Rainbow Bridge
History: Opened in 2005, the Conrad Tokyo boasts some of the city’s finest hotel rooms and suites
Location: The hotel is located next to the world famous Tsukiji fish market, one of Tokyo's best food attractions
The Conrad Tokyo’s 290 guest rooms and suites are amongst Tokyo’s largest, and have been designed with Japanese minimalist style and stunning views of one of the world’s finest cities.
These spacious suites feature an impressive 1,184 to 1,506-square-feet, and incredible panoramas of the Royal Hamarikyu Garden and Tokyo Bay can be seen from the floor-to-ceiling windows. The interior set-up consists of a bedroom, dressing room, living room and dining area, all featuring simple-yet-stylish Japanese design. Guests enjoy exclusive access to the executive lounge, and private fast-track check-in.
Featuring between 775 and 914 square feet worth of space, these large rooms provide guests with beautiful panoramic views of the Royal Hamarikyu Gardens and Tokyo Bay. The interior set-up consists of a living room, bedroom with twin beds, and walk-in wardrobe.
These 236-square-foot suites offer sweeping views of Ginza and Shiodome. The interior set-up consists of a living room, bedroom with twin beds, and walk-in wardrobe.
Guests can take refuge in the Conrad Tokyo’s extensive facilities, enjoying a relaxing spa treatment, an endorphin-inducing workout in the fitness center, or a leisurely swim in the well-appointed pool.
The Conrad Tokyo hosts over 150 weddings a year, and many more conferences, meetings, and other such events. The hotel's flexible venues can hold up to 450 guests, and feature elegant design and modern technology.
The Conrad Tokyo offers its guests use of its state-of-the-art fitness facility, as well as yoga, Pilates or ballet exercise class in the aerobics studio.
Inspired by water and moon motifs, this spacious and luxurious spa with panoramic views of the Tokyo skyline. The spa features 10 luxurious treatment rooms, and treatments that include massage, facial, and body treatments.
Guests can enjoy swim in the hotel's ample pool, endowed with beautiful city views, and can also make use of the hotel's sauna and steam rooms.
Another restaurant by world-renowned chef Gordon Ramsay, this less formal establishment serves up gourmet breakfast and specialty coffees in a warm and inviting atmosphere. This smart-casual restaurant also serves up innovative brasserie-style dishes for lunch.
The hotel's second Michelin-starred restaurant, China Blue serves up traditional Chinese dishes with a contemporary flair. The restaurant provides diners with stunning views of Tokyo's scenic v skyline from its floor-to-ceiling windows. Guests will also love the huge walk-in wine cellar, where they can go to select their meal's accompanying wines.
This sophisticated restaurant on the hotel's 28th floor features the culinary masterpieces of none other than celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, and has received a Michelin star for its impeccably innovative cuisine. This dinner restaurant is stylish and upscale, with a smart dress code.
Kazahana is the Conrad Tokyo's contemporary Japanese restaurant, where traditional-meets-modern dishes are served at a countertop dining station or private dining rooms. Dishes served here include sushi, teppanyaki, and kaiseki cuisine.
The young and beautiful love this chic Tokyo bar and lounge, especially for its extensive cocktail and drinks menu, and stunning views of the Tokyo skyline from the bar's floor-to-ceiling windows.
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