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Tokyo kicks off its year with cold winter days and the odd snowfall. Although temperatures occasionally drop below freezing, winter (December to February) is usually reasonable. Spring (March to May) brings pleasant, warm days, and, of course, cherry blossoms – early April is probably the best time to view the blooms. Summer (June to August) is hot and muggy. Late June can see torrential rains. The temperature and humidity are at their worst in August. Apart from spring, autumn (September to November) is the most pleasant season as temperatures cool down to a cosy level and days are often clear and fine. Fall also means the return of the dramatic foliage season, when the parks and green areas of the city mellow into varying hues of orange and red.
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Located 37 floors above the Tokyo Shiodome area, The Conrad Tokyo is a luxury contemporary, Japanese-influenced design hotel with superior views over Tokyo Bay and this vibrant, dynamic city.
Located in Shiodome, the luxurious Conrad Tokyo offers panoramic views of the extensive Hamarikyu gardens, a former royal residence, and the Tokyo Bay skyline. This is a great location for exploring Tokyo, with the famous Tsukiji Fish Market just a 10 minute walk and the designer shopping area of Ginza just a 5 minute walk away.
Each of the 290 rooms and suites exude luxury with an atmosphere rich in the soothing design and distinctive traditions of Japan. The bathrooms are extremely stylish with glass walls to ensure that the views of the city or the harbor can be enjoyed from the free-standing bath tub.
The hotel offers excellent dining facilities including the brasserie-style Gordon Ramsay Restaurant Cerise and the French influenced Gordon Ramsay at The Conrad Tokyo. The elegant China Blue serves modern Chinese cuisine and Kazahana is a specialty Japanese restaurant. For afternoon tea or evening drinks accompanied by live music, TwentyEight Bar has breathtaking views and a sophisticated vibe.
The Conrad's spa is designed to indulge and soothe, and is complemented by a sauna, steam rooms and a stunning 25 meter 'sumie' style indoor swimming pool.
The Conrad's 290 spacious rooms and suites have high ceilings and large windows offering wonderful views over the city or Tokyo Bay and blend contemporary technology and luxury with the calming influence of traditional Japanese design. There are 172 Ocean/Garden and Cityview Rooms, 50 Executive Rooms, 63 Suites, 4 Deluxe Suites and 1 Royal Suite. The Executive Rooms are great for those wanting access to an executive lounge, dedicated concierge and butler. Most guests in Suites also have complimentary access to these facilities which include daily breakfast, afternoon tea and evening cocktails and canapés.
Children are very welcome at the Conrad Tokyo where cots and highchairs are readily available and children's menus feature in the restaurants. The hotel has a dedicated children's DVD library and babysitting can also be arranged on request.
There are 4 options for eating within the hotel including 2 Gordon Ramsay restaurants, Cerise and Gordon Ramsay at the Conrad Tokyo, the Japanese Kazahana and the modern China Blue. TwentyEight is a bar with breathtaking views of Tokyo Bay and has live music in the evenings. Described as a 'harmonious cocoon' the Mizuki Spa has 10 treatment rooms and a huge range of indulgences on offer. There is also a 25 meter indoor swimming pool, sauna, steam rooms and a fully equipped gym.
There is plenty to do just a short walk from the hotel including the peaceful Hamarikyu Gardens and the buzzing Tsukiji fish market. Shiodome is a hub for a variety of exciting shopping districts, while the luxurious shopping areas of Ginza and Omotesando, the historical merchants' street, Kappabashi, and the eccentric Harajuku and Shibuya are just a short distance away. The hotel can arrange both daytime and evening harbor cruises, and excellent international cuisine is available on board.
Julie Geyton (Staff)
Located in Shimbashi 37 floors above Shiidome this luxury property has amazing views over Tokyo Bay and the new Olympic Athletes accommodation for 2020. It is centrally located with great food options and bars and a fabulous spa and 25 meter pool. Although a large property service is excellemtn and all rooms are large with great views and it is located close to Ginza with great shopping and restaurants.
Victoria Douglas (Staff)
I was surprisingly delighted with this hotel. I had expected a slightly corporate feel, however the atmosphere here was very leisurely with the meeting spaces cleverly hidden away. What I liked most was the contemporary, funky design without feeling part of a fashion show! The rooms have a slightly retro touch with cherry blossom carpets and large circular mirrors, all sounding a bit garish but it works well and the views from the bay view rooms are just fantastic! This is a 5 star property which represents excellent value.
Highlights of Tokyo
A full day tour of the highlights of Tokyo with your English speaking guide, exploring the Meijijingu shrine, Roppongi Hills where you'll go up to the observation deck for 360 degree views of the city, and the areas of Omotesando, Aoyama and Ginza.
Half day guided tour Samurai Experience to learn more about this ancient art. Learn the skills required to draw, sheathe and wield a katana, the traditional swords used by samurai.
Japan is world famous for its incredible sushi. Today take the chance to try your hand at making these delicious dishes for yourself.
Taiko Drumming Lesson
Enjoy a lesson in Taiko drumming lesson in Tokyo. Taiko is broadly a range of large percussion instruments in Japan and its orgins sit within Japanese folklore.
Highlights of Japan
Tokyo, Kyoto & Hakone National Park
from $5000 pp 7 nights
- The Bullet Train, otherwise known as the Shinkansen, has maximum speeds of 240-320 km/h
- Chance to visit one of the most fast pace and dynamic cities in the world - Tokyo
- Stay in a ryokan to experience traditional Japanese hospitality