The Ritz-Carlton Tokyo
At a Glance
Located in downtown Tokyo in the heart of trendy Roppongi
Outstanding views from Tokyo's highest skyscraper
245 elegant and modern rooms
Home to one of Tokyo's best spas, run by ESPA
Choose from an array of dishes at one of the hotel's three restaurants
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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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The Ritz-Carlton Tokyo is a beautiful and modern hotel located in the Midtown Tower in downtown Tokyo. Boasting 360-degree views, the hotel has 245 modern and comfortable rooms where you can enjoy all the comforts of home and plenty of dining options.
Ritz Carlton Tokyo is found in Tokyo Midtown, In the heart of Roppongi, Tokyo's affluent neighborhood and famous for its nightlife, here you can discover some of Tokyo's most well-known the art museums as well as the best restaurants and bars.
With 245 rooms, the Ritz Carlton Tokyo begins on the 45th floor of the Midtown Tower. With skyline views, enjoy afternoon tea in the lobby before heading up to the ESPA spa and relax in your spacious room with a view.
Like Tokyo is famous for its food, at Ritz Carlton Tokyo guests are not short of delicious dining options. Head to Azure 45 for some fine dining French cuisine or opt for dinner at the more relaxed Towers Grill. For something more authentic, Hinokizaka serves up kaiseki style menu with an array of textures and flavors.
Dominic Atterton (Staff)
The Ritz Carlton is the highest hotel in Tokyo and staying here is all about the incredible views. Waking up in the morning you can open the blinds from the bed and the floor to ceiling windows are just full to the brim of Tokyo's skyline, it's a pretty good place to enjoy your Nespresso from. The location is great for those who want to get out and about in Tokyo, Ripongi is one of the city's main nightlife districts and you're surrounded by bars and restaurants as well as some great shopping. You are also very close to the Mori Museum of art which is open until 10pm over the weekends and would make a great spot to head too for a quick bit of culture before going out for dinner. Speaking of dinner the hotel's Japanese restaurant is split into a Sushi, Teppanyaki and Kaiseki areas. I ate at the Teppanyaki counter and loved watching the chefs precision grill everything from scallops to shitake mushrooms and delicious cuts of beef.
Louise Brooks (Staff)
As the highest hotel in Tokyo, you are instantly blown away by the panoramic city views. This opulent hotel, is located in Roppongi, where there are plenty of bars and restaurants, so a great option for those looking for nightlife in close proximity. The rooms are spacious and all have fabulous views.
The service and food is outstanding. The Michelin star restaurant, Hinokizaka is a must if you don't want to venture further afield. The steak at the teppanyaki restaurant is delicious and it's a fun evening, as you watch the chef artfully cook your meal to perfection in front of you. The lobby area can get quite busy, so the upgrade to the Club Lounge is well-worth it.
Kirsty Cowie (Staff)
Located in heart of Roppongi, a district famous for its nightlife, the Ritz Carlton Tokyo is the ideal place to stay if you are looking for five star luxury in the heart of Tokyo. Surrounded by a magnitude of shops, art galleries, bars, and restaurants there is plenty to explore and you definitely won't be bored. Should you need a moment to relax from the chaotic surroundings, enjoy afternoon tea in the lobby, a meal in one of the hotel's Michelin star restaurants, or head to the hotel's ESPA spa to unwind.
Blanche Sherman (Staff)
With a unique blend of styles, arriving at The Ritz-Carlton Tokyo feels like coming home. The attentive staff are on hand to look after you from the moment you step into the building. Being in one of the highest buildings in the city, the views across Tokyo are unparalleled. The impeccable Japanese restaurant offers a kaiseki option as well as three distinctly different counters: teppanyaki, sushi and tempura.
Victoria Reynolds (Staff)
Undoubtedly the best hotel in Kyoto, The Ritz Carlton is beautifully designed, with many rooms featuring private balconies with river views, spacious bathrooms and fantastic service. The Ritz Carlton is a great choice of hotels for families, with various inter- and outer-connecting room options available. The hotel features two restaurants, one Japanese and one Italian to choose from, although the hotel is easily accessible from the Gion district, where you can explore the bustling streets of Kyoto by night, where there are some fantastic bars and restaurants on offer to enjoy!
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.
Take part in a traditional Tea Ceremony and gain an insight into this ancient art form and key part of Japanese culture.
Visit a Master Swordsmith in Tokyo
Visit a Master Swordsmith at their home in Tokyo to see the art of Japanese sword making.
Location & directions
Ritz Carlton Tokyo is located in Roppongi, an affluent district of downtown Tokyo. The hotel itself is located in the Midtown Tower.