Being Sky High overlooking Tokyo Bay…

Room with a View over Tokyo Bay

Room with a View over Tokyo Bay

Live out your ‘Lost in Translation’ moment at the Conrad Tokyo which boasts floor-to-ceiling windows that look out over Tokyo Bay and the Hamarikyu Gardens, or the Tokyo Skyline. I love this hotel, from the impressive reception and lobby bar on the 28th floor, to the 3 superb restaurants – 2 of which are Michelin-starred, and the spacious rooms (from floors 28-37) with luxurious bathrooms. The bathroom is one of my favourite features and it is divided from the main room by a glass wall (with electronic blinds should you want privacy), I love that you can take in the astounding views from the comfort of your bath tub! The beautiful spa is also an impressive element of this hotel, it is located on the 29th floor and faces the city skyline, the treatment rooms have blinds should you require, but they are purposefully left open during your treatment so you feel exposed in one way but equally relaxed and the city lights are surprisingly calming. The indoor pool also overlooks the Tokyo skyline with windows allowing you to take in the expanse of the city whilst swimming your laps! The spa also has sauna and steam rooms and one of my favourite things to do here is to pamper myself and I could happily spend all day in here! I always feel super healthy when I am in Tokyo, the cuisine is one thing that adds to this as sushi and sashmi are light dishes and served with Miso Soup and Green Tea. I love to explore the local sushi spots and the Conrad is perfectly located near Tsukiji Fish Market, a favourite spot of mine when struggling with jet lag as it is open very early in the morning – you can eat the freshest sashimi and sushi here, literally right out of the sea! I like that the Conrad is such close proximity to the bay, the Hamarikyu Gardens and also the main Metro lines. Tokyo is a busy city and at the Conrad Tokyo it all seems so calm and still as you look down upon it whilst sipping your Lychee Martini in the hotel bar.

http://www.conradtokyo.co.jp

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