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Traditional symbols and motifs like the gate and Japanese brush painting feature throughout the property. Full review →
Glowing lightboxes, wood paneling, a celeb toquet's. Another modern Tokyo hotel located on the upper-end of a high-rise building.
Like most new hotels in Tokyo, the Conrad—a Hilton Worldwide hotel in the recently developed Shiodome area—sits high above the city.
"This hotel embodies what you dream about when you think of Tokyo". Full review →
Located in Shinbashi, below Marunouchi and on the fringe of Ginza, the Conrad Tokyo seamlessly blends a business and leisure aesthetic. Full review →
The city views and aerial perspectives on to the green and watered Hama Rikyu Garden below, from this 37-story upmarket hotel, are unparalleled.
The Conrad, part of the Hilton family, welcomes you to the space age with a Japanese twist. Full review →
Step into the hushed lobby of Conrad Tokyo and you get a hint of what to expect upstairs (the main lobby is on the 28th floor) Full review →For an authentic Japanese experience, visit Kazahana, where you can choose among kaiseki (a traditional multi-course Japanese meal), sushi or teppan menus.
There are many attributes of this fine, contemporary hotel that win me over, starting with the large sumi-e (Japanese brush painting) in the lobby by one of my favorite Japanese artists. Full review →
Business-friendly hotel in Tokyo’s Shiodome skyscraper city with a spa, indoor pool and Michelin-starred restaurant Full review →
The Conrad Hotel is definitely a new contender for the attention of upmarket travellers looking for that central, super-sophisticated base in Tokyo. Full review →
This hotel leads in style, and is convenient for both business use and sightseeing. Full review →
With floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Tokyo Bay, an indoor lap pool, on-site wedding chapel, peekaboo bathrooms, and variety of upscale restaurants. Full review →
This top-rank hotel easily holds its own when it comes to cutting-edge contemporary design and five-star facilities.
It is connected to the subway station and other neighboring hotels and office buildings by an above-ground walkway that makes getting around the area extremely convenient. Full review →
A combination of clean-lined contemporary design, Michelin-starred cuisine and five-star service. Full review →
One of several luxury hotels to set up shop in Tokyo in recent years, the Conrad opened in July 2005 high above the glimmering Shiodome complex. Full review →
Located on floors 28—37 of the Tokyo Shiodome Building, this Conrad hotel is known for its minimalist style and expansive views. Full review →
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