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Exterior Conrad Tokyo

Our guest blogger, Nicole Connolly of Suitcase Stories, shares her recent experience at the Conrad Tokyo.

There are thousands of things to do in Tokyo and it”s definitely hard to choose only a handful of things to explore when visiting. As is the case with most large metropolitan areas, there are enough museums, shopping areas, spas, restaurants, and so on to keep guests entertained for months. Therefore, it would seem that the biggest question when visiting Japan”s capital city is not so much what to do, but where to find a quiet and comfortable hotel to sleep.

Conrad Tokyo is an excellent place to stay while in this world-class city. The hotel rooms begin on the 28th floor, which means that every room has a great view. Suites offer either a city view or views over Tokyo Bay, depending on which side of the building guests are housed. The bayside is especially stunning at night and is more commonly recommended by those who have been here, though both sides are pretty spectacular. In the end, it all  comes down to a matter of personal preference.

Conrad Room

The rooms at the Conrad Tokyo are nice and spacious.

The rooms are very spacious, the mattresses are comfortable and the soft feather pillows are a treat. There is a shade and light control panel next to the beds, so guests don’t have to get up in order to adjust the blinds. Darkness can be set to pitch-black levels and no sound can be heard from any adjoining rooms, so those staying at this hotel will certainly get a good night’s sleep. Turndown amenities may include a stuffed bear on the bed – a sweet touch.

The bathrooms at the Conrad Tokyo are a treat for the senses. Many have a glass wall which, when not covered by wooden blinds, allows guests to bathe with great city views. Each room has a superb selection of bath products  and overall, the amenities are excellent. Shaving cream, razors, slippers and robes are all provided for guests.

Conrad Bathroom

The bathrooms at the Conrad Tokyo
offer amazing views overlooking the city.

The room wouldn’t be complete without a French coffee press and a full tea service set. Room service is available 24 hours a day and offers a great selection of food and beverages.

This five-star hotel provides an atmosphere of upscale Japanese ambience with a Western twist. The check-in lobby is not at street level nor is anything else, so any noise or mayhem guests might have encountered during their stay is kept to a minimum. The concierge service is excellent and there”s free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel.  There”s a swimming pool and fitness center and the Mizuki Spa provides a comprehensive treatment menu for guests who wish to be pampered during their stay.

The hotel offers three upscale restaurants and a lounge area as well as a free daily continental breakfast. This complimentary meal provides tasty and varied high-quality food.

The Conrad Tokyo is an excellent choice for families, business travellers, couples, and just about anyone. The staff here are flawless. They are very helpful and provide superior customer service. In addition, fluent English is spoken by the majority of  staff, which makes for a highly efficient check-ins and check-out. It also makes getting directions to local sights quite simple. Luggage storage is available for hotel guests at the reception desk upon request. Transfers from the hotel building to the two nearby airports can are also easily be arranged.


The lobby at the Conrad Tokyo.

Conrad Tokyo is located in the Minato area of Tokyo, near the Shiodome. The closest train station is only a three minute walk away. All parts of the capital city are, therefore, within easy reach. The hotel is also near Dentsū Shiki Theatre Umi and Ginza, the popular shopping district, is only a 30 minute walk away. The Conrad Tokyo offers its guests a central location without the noise usually associated with inner-city accommodation.

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