As you’d expect, the hotel’s rooms and suites are just as sleek, featuring all the mod-cons alongside the likes of sumi-e-style wall art and floor-to-ceiling windows, which invite in plenty of light and more of those superb city views. Elegant bathrooms, complete with freestanding tubs and marble basins, add to the sense of luxury. Even the standard rooms are spacious for the city, but if you want some extra room, upgrade to a suite for a separate living space, walk-in wardrobe and complimentary access to the executive lounge.
Japan’s capital is a city with a rich and varied culinary landscape, a trait celebrated in style at the Conrad’s four innovative restaurants. Perhaps the star of the show js Kazahana, where sushi, teppan and kaiseki delicacies are refined to perfection and served to views across the ancient Hamarikyu Gardens. Then, there’s the Cantonese-inspired cuisine of China Blue or the modern-French dining at Collage, while rounding off the quartet is Cerise, which offers a wide range of culinary styles and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. And, to make your meal that bit more special, there’s the opportunity to choose your own bottle of wine from the hotel’s very own walk-in cellar.
But, that’s not all. After action-packed days spent taking in Tokyo’s myriad cultural delights, you’ll have the chance to relax and unwind with a full spread of superb leisure facilities. Treat yourself to a massage or treatment at the Mizuki Spa, spectacularly located on the 29th floor, work out at the state-of-the-art gym or, enjoy one of life’s great pleasures with a refreshing dip in the pool.