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Room Request! The Conrad Tokyo

See inside the most requested room at one of Japan’s top contemporary properties

With panoramic views of Tokyo Bay (the epicenter of the 2020 Olympic Games) and the Royal Hamarikyu Gardens, The Conrad Tokyo offers a unique perspective on the city of Tokyo. The hotel, which is connected to Shiodome Station, is close to the luxury shopping destination Ginza and the Tsukiji Fish Market, making it ideal for any tourist, whether it’s your first time in Tokyo or you’re a frequent visitor.

The London-based GA Design International firm designed the hotel’s modern interiors when it opened in 2005 and the aesthetics have held up well over the past decade. The rooms are spacious, feature luxurious materials and new technology, like the forward-thinking Conrad Concierge App. It ensures a swift process upon arrival and helps with special requests like dining reservations and in-room amenity selections.

 The property has Michelin-starred and award-winning restaurants (four in total) like China Blue (avant-garde Chinese dining), Collage (French cuisine), Kazahana (for traditional Japanese fare) and Cerise, an all-day spot with a lavish breakfast buffet.

Below, The Conrad Tokyo’s general manager Heinrich Grafe tells us about the most sought-after room on the property. 

The swimming pool

The swimming pool

The most requested room:
The Bay View Suite

What makes it so special:
It has a breathtaking view of the historic Royal Hamarikyu Gardens and Tokyo Bay.

The rate:
$678 per night, on average.

Your personal favorite:
The King Room Bay View is my favorite.

Because…
It offers inspiring views in a stylish yet incredibly comfortable setting. My favorite part is the Sumi-e style cherry blossom paintings that adorn the wall over the bed. 

Celebrity guests:
We have hosted many celebrity guests, however we respect their privacy and cannot share any names.

Fun fact:
We have an extensive collection of contemporary artwork throughout the hotel, all of which are specially commissioned for the hotel and created by 23 different Japanese contemporary artists.

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