Conrad Tokyo

Name of the hotel

Conrad Tokyo

 

Year opened

2005

 

Neighbourhood

Situated in the heart of Tokyo’s bustling Shiodome district with unparalleled panoramic views of Tokyo Bay, Conrad Tokyo is one of the leading luxury hotels in the capital.

 

Walking distance to:

The Conrad Tokyo is located in the heart of Shiodome, just minutes from Ginza’s world-famous shopping, cultural and entertainment attractions, and also just a short walk from the popular Tsukiji Fish Market, famed for its sushi breakfast served early in the morning.

 

Size and style:

The Conrad Tokyo is known for its welcoming atmosphere and innovative, sophisticated sense of style. The 290 signature rooms (including 67 extensive suites) range from 48 square metres to 240 square metres, and include a choice of twin- or king size-beds and connecting two-bedroom suite options. Each room and suite offers an urbane refuge with luxurious fabrics, marble bathrooms and original Japanese-inspired artworks.

 

Guest profile:

Primarily business travellers.

 

Family friendly:

Yes - amenities for children are available.

 

Airport transfers:

Transfers to Narita International Airport (80 minutes by car) are charged at 63,000 yen each way, while transfers to Tokyo International Airport (Haneda) (25 minutes by car) are charged at 35,000 yen each way. 

 

You need to know:

Conrad Tokyo has curated a list of quintessential Tokyo experiences called Conrad 1/3/5. Each experience reflects a local take on culture, art, food and adventure. For those guests staying on Executive floors, the new Executive Lounge opened in March on the 37th floor and offers an additional space to relax while taking in captivating vistas of Tokyo Bay. 

 
 

On-site dining and drinking facilities:

Kazahana: offers exceptional Japanese cuisine across Kaiseki, Sushi and Teppan-yaki counters.

China Blue: serves innovative Cantonese food with a dash of flair. Chef Albert Tse, who established his reputation in Singapore at the renowned Jiang-Na Chun restaurant is the creative force behind the original modern Chinese dishes.

Collage: is a modern French restaurant that combines the very best of European culinary style with a Japanese twist. 

TwentyEight Bar & Lounge: serves as an ideal meeting place for coffee during the day and a sophisticated bar at night, featuring live music performances in the evenings.

Cerise: offers an a la carte lunch and dinner menu with a focus on casual all-day dining. 

 

On-site facilities:

Parking

Yes

Gym

The fitness centre features the latest Technogym equipment. A team of fitness professionals is on hand to assist with personal training requirements.

Pool

A 25-metre pool, sauna and steam rooms. 

Spa

Mizuki Spa is the largest hotel spa facility of its kind in Tokyo, spanning more than 1,400 square-metres on the 29th floor. With 10 private treatment rooms, Mizuki Spa offers a complete line of facials, body treatments and spa rituals. Mizuki’s signature treatment is the Spirit (2 hours and 30 minutes), which begins with a foot treatment, followed by a traditional hinoki (Japanese cypress) bath experience. Unique and indulgent, it is designed to bring the body into balance using bamboo sticks. This is then followed by a tea ceremony, bamboo massage, body massage and facial. 

 

Services

Wifi

Yes

Turndown service

Yes, daily

24 hour reception

Yes

24 hour room service

Yes

Stay here

For bookings and more information visit conradhotels3.hilton.com/en.

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