Fitness classes, use of the pool and parking cost extra
Unless you’re in Shiodome for business, the location is a bit out of the way
Massage bookings, dinner reservations and other needs are wired into a Conrad Concierge App
Parking on site
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Business-friendly hotel in Tokyo’s Shiodome skyscraper city with a spa, indoor pool and Michelin-starred restaurant
The Conrad Tokyo, located on floors 28 through 37 of a slick Shiodome skyscraper, offers 290 business-friendly digs with red and blue accents, auburn wood and peek-a-boo glass walls between the soaking tubs and bedrooms that spice up the otherwise minimalist decor. All rooms have stunning city or bay views and Sumi-e style cherry blossom patterns on the headboards and carpeting impart a dose of Japanese character. There’s a full-service Mizuki Spa and fitness center on the 29th floor with a sauna and steam, as well as an indoor pool. For delectable eats, there are four restaurants and a lounge to choose from, including the Michelin-starred China Blue that serves meals such as deep-fried minced pork and lotus roots with pineapple sauce.
In the Area
Built-up for business over the last 10 years, Minato ward’s newest neighborhood is sleepy for most touristic endeavors, although the No.1 Tokyo attraction for jet-lagged travelers is nearby: Tsukiji Fish Market. Tuna auctions and endless rows of peculiar creatures provide a heady dive into Japan’s seafood culture; arrive early and after touring, have dine on the freshest sushi you’ll ever have. Other attractions in Shiodome’s skyscraper city include the free Advertising Museum Tokyo, the faithfully recreated Old Shinbashi Railway Station and Hama-rikyu Garden, a leafy Edo Period respite with a picturesque teahouse in the middle of a pond.