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.
When to visit
If traveling as a family or just for more space, the Deluxe Suites are fabulous and have an incredible bathroom!
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Photography: Streets of Tokyo
Capture Tokyo’s extraordinary street life on this 2.5-hour tour accompanied by a professional photographer, who will guide you to the city’s most photogenic locations and help you explore less well-known areas of the city.
Today you will visit Tsukji Market and enjoy a Sushi making experience with an exceptional master.
Tokyo Architecture Tour
Home to some of the world’s most cutting-edge architecture, this tour explores a selection of Tokyo’s most impressive buildings in the company of a local architect, able to explain the aesthetic principles that underpin Japanese architectural design.
Watch Morning Practice At A Sumo Stable And Share Lunch With The Wrestlers
An integral element of Japanese culture, sumo wrestling is enshrined in Shinto ritual and dates back over 2,000 years. This private 3-hour visit to a Sumo Stable is a memorable experience watching morning practice before sharing lunch with the wrestlers.