Conrad Tokyo
Conrad Tokyo
Conrad Tokyo
Conrad Tokyo
Conrad Tokyo
Conrad Tokyo
Conrad Tokyo
Conrad Tokyo
Conrad Tokyo
Conrad Tokyo
Conrad Tokyo
Conrad Tokyo
Conrad Tokyo
Conrad Tokyo
Conrad Tokyo

Conrad Tokyo

1-9-1 Higashi-Shinbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-7337, Japan

Price from USD 500

“Destination defining icon”

Tsukiji Fish Market. The picturesque Tokyo Bay. The spectacular city skyline. And from Conrad, located opposite Tokyo’s last remaining tidal gardens, oversized peep holes in the form of full length window walls to drink it all in. And lest you forget you’re in the land that translated a Zen culture into slick minimalist aesthetics, the hotel is home to an art collection of contemporary Japanese sculptures and paintings. Room sizes are anything but minimal though, and the same goes for the larger than life culinary pleasures on offer.

Best time to visit : All year

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What we love

What we absolutely love about the property and feel sure will dazzle you too.

  • Conrad Tokyo occupies the 28th – 37th floors, so there are great views a plenty to go around
  • High ceilings, wood paneling, and contemporary flower motifs inspire deep breaths and refined relaxation
  • Lovely pool and spa
  • Everything is within reach thanks to a convenient location with connection to a mall and train station

  • Rooms
  • Dining
  • Leisure
  • Location
  • The Insider

291 Guest Rooms

291 spacious guest rooms are modelled on either a City or Garden/Bay concept according to the views they offer towards the city or the Hamarikyu Gardens and Tokyo Bay. The ambience created by the ceiling heights of the guest rooms and the hotel’s public areas is a welcome feature in a city where space is at a premium.

Room Facilities

  • Separate bathtub and shower
  • Hand-held shower
  • Hairdryer
  • Seating area with sofa
  • Bathrobe
  • Bath slippers
  • Bath amenities
  • Air conditioning
  • Bidet
  • Complimentary Pillow Menu
  • Granite Counter Tops/Vanities
  • TV-Cable
  • TV-Standard Network
  • Thermostat (adjustable)
  • 46-inch Widescreen Television
  • Work Desk with Adjustable Lamp
  • Mini refrigerator
  • Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
  • Iron/ironing board
  • Mini bar
  • DVD/CD Player
  • Desk Level Electric Plugs
  • 24 hours Room Service
  • Internet access (Wi-Fi and wired)
  • Newspaper 7 days/week

Need to know

Check-in 15.00 / Check-out 12.00

City Room
City Room
  • 3 adults (3rd person requires rollaway bed)
  • 48 sq. m.
  • King or Twin
  • City View (Shiodome, Ginza, Shinbashi)

City Rooms offer 48 sq. m. / 516 sq. ft. of contemporary luxury with panoramic views over the dynamic skyscrapers of Ginza and Shiodome. Each room features sumi-e style cherry blossom painting in the headboard and flooring, perfectly complemented by traditional lantern style lamps. Unwind in the stylish bathroom, separated by a glass partition, which offers a freestanding bathtub, a duo of white marble basins and light-rimmed circular mirror.

Bay View Room
Bay View Room
  • 3 adults (3rd person requires rollaway bed)
  • 48 sq. m.
  • King or Twin
  • Bay View (Hamarikyu Garden, Tokyo Bay)

Bay View Rooms offer 48 sq. m. / 516 sq. ft. of contemporary luxury with panoramic views over the Royal Hamarikyu Gardens and Tokyo Bay. Each room features a king bed and sumi-e style cherry blossom painting in the headboard and flooring, perfectly complemented by traditional lantern style lamps. Unwind in the stylish bathroom, separated by a glass partition, which offers a freestanding bathtub, a duo of white marble basins and light-rimmed circular mirror.

City Suite
City Suite
  • 3 adults (3rd person requires rollaway bed)
  • 72 sq. m.
  • Twin
  • City View (Shiodome, Ginza, Shinbashi)

City Suites offer 72 sq. m. / 755 sq. ft. of contemporary luxury and panoramic views over the skyscrapers of Ginza and Shiodome. City Suites feature a separate living room, bedroom and walk-in wardrobe, and reflect Japanese modern luxury in their design. This suite has twin beds.

Bay View Suite
Bay View Suite
  • 3 adults (3rd person requires rollaway bed)
  • 72 sq. m.
  • King or Twin
  • Bay View (Hamarikyu Garden, Tokyo Bay)

Bay View Suites offer 72 sq. m. / 775 sq. ft. of contemporary luxury with panoramic views over the Royal Hamarikyu Gardens and Tokyo Bay. Bay View Suites feature a separate living room, bedroom and walk-in wardrobe, and reflect modern Japan in their design.

Corner City Suite
Corner City Suite
  • 3 adults (3rd person requires rollaway bed)
  • 85 sq. m.
  • Twin
  • City View (Shiodome, Ginza, Shinbashi)

Corner Suites offer 85 sq. m. / 914 sq. ft. of contemporary luxury with panoramic views over the Royal Hamarikyu Garden and Tokyo Bay. Corner Suites feature a separate living room, bedroom and walk-in wardrobe, and reflect modern Japan in their design.

Corner Bay View Suite
Corner Bay View Suite
  • 3 adults (3rd person requires rollaway bed)
  • 85 sq. m.
  • King
  • Bay View (Hamarikyu Garden, Tokyo Bay)

Corner Suites offer 85 sq. m. / 914 sq. ft. of contemporary luxury with panoramic views over the Royal Hamarikyu Garden and Tokyo Bay. Corner Suites feature a separate living room, bedroom and walk-in wardrobe, and reflect modern Japan in their design.

Executive City Room
Executive City Room
  • 3 adults (3rd person requires rollaway bed)
  • 48 sq. m.
  • King or Twin
  • City View (Shiodome, Ginza, Shinbashi)

Executive City Rooms offer 48 sq. m. / 516 sq. ft. of contemporary luxury with panoramic views over the skyscrapers of Ginza and Shiodome. Work is easy in a stylish Executive Room with Japanese calmness and inspiration reflected in the design. Enjoy complimentary access to the Executive Lounge with private check-in and check-out and concierge services, as well as complimentary breakfast, afternoon tea, snacks and evening cocktails.

Executive Bay View Room
Executive Bay View Room
  • 3 adults (3rd person requires rollaway bed)
  • 48 sq. m.
  • King or Twin
  • Bay View (Hamarikyu Garden, Tokyo Bay)

Executive Bay View Rooms offer 48 sq. m. / 516 sq. ft. of contemporary luxury with panoramic views over the Hamarikyu Gardens and Tokyo Bay. Executive Rooms reflect Japanese calmness and inspiration. Enjoy complimentary access to the Executive Lounge with private check-in and check-out and concierge services, as well as complimentary breakfast, afternoon tea, snacks and evening cocktails.

Executive City Suite
Executive City Suite
  • 3 adults (3rd person requires rollaway bed)
  • 72 sq. m.
  • Twin
  • City View (Shiodome, Ginza, Shinbashi)

Executive City Suites offer 72 sq. m. / 775 sq.ft. of contemporary luxury and panoramic views over the skyscrapers of Ginza and Shiodome. Executive City Suites feature a separate living room, bedroom and walk-in wardrobe, and reflect Japanese calmness and inspiration in their design. Enjoy complimentary access to the Executive Lounge with private check-in and check-out and concierge services, as well as a range of business services all provided by our dedicated team at Conrad Tokyo. Complimentary breakfast, afternoon tea, snacks and evening cocktails are also available in the Executive Lounge.

Executive Bay View Suite
Executive Bay View Suite
  • 3 adults (3rd person requires rollaway bed)
  • 72 sq. m.
  • King or Twin
  • Bay View (Hamarikyu Garden, Tokyo Bay)

Executive Bay View Suites offer 72 sq. m. / 775 sq. ft. of contemporary luxury and panoramic views over the Hamarikyu Gardens and Tokyo Bay. Executive Bay View Suites feature a separate living room, bedroom and walk-in wardrobe, and reflect Japanese calmness and inspiration in their design. Enjoy complimentary access to the Executive Lounge with private check-in and check-out and concierge services, as well as complimentary breakfast, afternoon tea, snacks and evening cocktails.

Executive City Corner Suite
Executive City Corner Suite
  • 3 adults (3rd person requires rollaway bed)
  • 72 sq. m.
  • Twin
  • City View (Shiodome, Ginza, Shinbashi)

Executive City Corner Suites offer 72 sq. m. / 775 sq. ft. of contemporary luxury with panoramic views over the dynamic skyscrapers of Ginza and Shiodome. Executive Corner Suites feature a separate living room, bedroom and walk-in wardrobe and reflect Japanese calmness and inspiration in their design. Enjoy complimentary access to the Executive Lounge with private check-in and check-out, concierge services, as well as complimentary breakfast, afternoon tea, snacks and evening cocktails.

Executive Corner Bay View Suite
Executive Corner Bay View Suite
  • 3 adults (3rd person requires rollaway bed)
  • 85 sq. m.
  • King
  • Bay View (Hamarikyu Garden, Tokyo Bay)

Executive Corner Bay View Suites offer 85 sq. m. / 914 sq. ft. of contemporary luxury with panoramic views over the Hamarikyu Garden and Tokyo Bay. Executive Corner Suites feature a separate living room, bedroom and walk-in wardrobe, and reflect Japanese 'calmness' and 'inspiration' in their design. Executive Corner Suite guests enjoy complimentary access to the Executive Lounge with private check-in and check-out, concierge services, as well as complimentary breakfast, afternoon tea, snacks and evening cocktails.

Deluxe Bay View Suite
Deluxe Bay View Suite
  • 3 adults (3rd person requires rollaway bed)
  • 110 - 130 sq. m.
  • King
  • Bay View (Hamarikyu Garden, Tokyo Bay)

Deluxe Suites offer between 110 sq. m. / 1184 sq. ft. and 130m² / 1399 sq. ft. of contemporary luxury and panoramic views over the Hamarikyu Garden and Tokyo Bay. These stylish suites feature a separate bedroom and dressing room and reflect Japanese calmness and inspiration in their design. Enjoy complimentary access to the Executive Lounge with private check-in and check-out and concierge services, as well as complimentary breakfast, afternoon tea, snacks and evening cocktails.

Two Bedroom Deluxe Suite
Two Bedroom Deluxe Suite
  • 4 Adults
  • 160 sq. m.
  • 2 bedroom (King and King)
  • Bay View (Hamarikyu Garden, Tokyo Bay)

Two Bedroom Deluxe Suite offer 160 sq. m. / 1722sq. ft. of contemporary luxury and panoramic views over the Royal Hamarikyu Garden and Tokyo Bay. Fully furnished, the suite offers two bedrooms with king beds as well as two bathrooms, laundry, kitchen and dining area ideal for business, family and long-term stay. Enjoy complimentary access to the Executive Lounge with private check-in and check-out and concierge services, as well as complimentary breakfast, afternoon tea, snacks and evening cocktails.

Royal Suite
Royal Suite
  • 4 Adults
  • 226 sq. m.
  • 2 bedroom (King and Twin)
  • Bay View (Hamarikyu Garden, Tokyo Bay)

Royal Suite offer 226 sq. m. / 2432 sq. ft. of contemporary luxury and panoramic views over the Royal Hamarikyu Garden and Tokyo Bay The suite feature two bedrooms with a king- and two twin-sized beds, as well as two bathrooms, a guest washroom, dining area and dressing room. Enjoy complimentary access to the Executive Lounge with private check-in and check-out and concierge services, as well as complimentary breakfast, afternoon tea, snacks and evening cocktails.

Kazahana
Kazahana
Kazahana offers exceptional Japanese cuisine across Kaiseki, Sushi and Teppan-yaki counters. The restaurant offers a tranquil atmosphere with panoramic views over the Hamarikyu Gardens. In addition, three private dining rooms are available with a choice of Tatami or wooden floor.
China Blue
China Blue
China Blue serves innovative Cantonese food with a dash of flair. Chef Albert Tse, who established his reputation in Singapore at the renowned Jiang-Na Chun restaurant, is the creator behind the original modern Chinese dishes. China Blue is also home to a spectacular walk-in wine cellar and three private dining rooms with breathtaking views of Hamarikyu Gardens and Tokyo Bay. from three private dining rooms for a memorable dinner as you overlook Hamarikyu Garden and Tokyo Bay.
Collage
Collage
French and modern, the dining combines the very best of European culinary style with a Japanese twist. Situated on the 28th floor with a breathtaking view of the dynamic Tokyo city, Collage also accommodates a private room and an open kitchen to meet all kinds of requests from guests.
Cerise
Cerise
Cerise offers an a la carte lunch and dinner menu focusing on casual all-day-dining with comfort food. The restaurant also serves classic Eggs Benedict and unique Huevos Rancheros.
Twenty Eight
Twenty Eight
Conveniently located on the lobby floor, the stylish TwentyEight Bar & Lounge doubles as the ideal meeting place for coffee during the day and a sophisticated destination bar featuring live music performances during the evenings. Our contemporary Afternoon Tea has become a Tokyo institution.
Mizuki Spa & Fitness
Mizuki Spa & Fitness
Water and moon, two of nature’s most powerful yet calming symbols, have been integrated into the design of what is the largest hotel spa facility of its kind in Tokyo. Sprawling over 1,400 sq. m. on the 29th floor, with 10 private treatment rooms, Mizuki Spa offers a complete line of facials, body treatments and spa rituals.

Conrad Tokyo

The hotel is located above the Shiodome Station with a pedestrian connection to Shimbashi Station. Just south of downtown Tokyo and Ginza (a 10 minutes’ stroll away), the district is a futuristic enclave of ultra modern skyscrapers linked by a series of elevated pedestrian walkways that provide convenient links to the Odaiba, Roppongi, and Asakusa areas through the Ginza, Yurikamome and Asakusa line. The hotel is also just a short walk from the popular Tsukiji Fish Market, famed for its sushi breakfast served early morning.

1-9-1 Higashi-Shinbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-7337, Japan

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Neil McInnes
Neil McInnes
General Manager

Neil McInnes is a seasoned leader with more than 26 years of hospitality experience with Hilton, delivering sophisticated and warm services to guests within Japan and all over the world.  He started his career at Hilton Glasgow and then at Hilton Sydney before moving to Japan in 2010. He worked in several capacities including Commercial Director for Hilton Tokyo and Conrad Tokyo before he served as General Manager at Hilton Tokyo Bay, and then Conrad Tokyo from 2017. While he is leading a great team of professionals at Conrad Tokyo, he is currently playing an important role as Area General Manager East Japan whom General Managers in the region directly report to.

Ginza
Ginza
"Built on the site of a mint dating back to the Edo era (1603-1867), Ginza is an area steeped in history with an air of self-assured elegance. Its main street houses some of Tokyo's original department stores, and many still flock here for peerless service that matches the high-class products on offer. Ginza's backstreets are adventures in boutique shopping and tiny yet exquisite bistros. Rather than resting on its reputation, however, Ginza constantly evolves with the times, providing cultured modernity, energy and old-Tokyo charm."

10-15 min on foot
Tsukiji Outer Market
Tsukiji Outer Market
"From 1935 to late 2018, Tsukiji was home to the most famous fish market in the world. The inner section has since relocated to nearby Toyosu, but the outer market is still in place and as intriguing as it ever was. The Tsukiji area, on Tokyo Bay and walkable from Ginza, is a must-see for visitors. You can feast on the freshest sushi for breakfast at the surrounding restaurants or pick up some unique souvenirs, from seaweed to sushi knives and handmade ceramics."

7 min on foot
Hamarikyu Gardens
Hamarikyu Gardens
"Take a step into this beautiful Edo-period (1603–1867) garden and discover a world separate from the city. Originally built to serve as a feudal lord's residence, the gardens are located on the edge of Tokyo Bay, separating sea from land and incorporating the changing tide into the garden's design."

4 min on foot
Kabukiza Theatre
Kabukiza Theatre

"Even if you have been enchanted by the musicals of Broadway or the West End, you will still find the Kabukiza Theatre experience quite out of this world. The theater, which is directly connected to the Higashi-ginza Station, stages regular performances of the classical Japanese dance-drama artform, Kabuki."


15 min on foot - 5 min by car
Tokyo Station
Tokyo Station
"The red-brick façade of the beautifully restored Tokyo Station Marunouchi Station building is one of the city’s most striking pieces of architecture, especially distinctive against the glass and steel of neighboring skyscrapers. Behind it lies one of the city’s key transport hubs, connecting the country through bullet trains that run to Hakodate in the far north and to Fukuoka in the far south."

10-15 min by car
Ginza Kyubey
Ginza Kyubey

"Keeping it their tradition, Sushi Kyubey has been serving the best quality Sushi with the selected fresh seafood ingredients and chefs’ finest techniques since 1935."

http://www.kyubey.jp/en
8-7-6 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0061, Japan

Bifteck Kawamura Ginza
Bifteck Kawamura Ginza

"Experience highest-rated authentic Kobe beef in Teppanyaki style. Bifteck Kawamura provides you the highest quality and award winning Kobe beef steaks prepared right before your eyes."

https://www.bifteck.co.jp/en/restaurant/ginza/
6-5-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0061, Japan

Tokyo Whisky Library
Tokyo Whisky Library

"Tokyo Whisky Library has an extensive collection of whiskies. The bar’s atmosphere and whisky-focused décor will delight any whisky-loving soul."

http://www.tokyo-whisky-library.com/en/index.html
5-5-24 Minamiaoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0062, Japan