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Stylishly appointed hotel bridges Tokyo’s ancient and ultra-modern
Conrad Tokyo is sited to take in Tokyo Bay, the green oasis of Hamarikyu Gardens and the contrasting bright lights of the Shimbashi business district. Its design unites contemporary Japanese luxury with artful interiors and it provides service that is both impeccable and intuitive. There is a hint of what is to come when you enter the lobby, which is dominated by a vast work of traditional calligraphy created by renowned 105-year-old artist Toko Shinoda. That welcome sets the tone for any stay, with the staff and facilities steeped in graciousness and elegance. Spread over the 28th to 37th floors of a Shiodome skyscraper, the award-winning Conrad Tokyo has 290 rooms and suites that blend glamorous interiors with bold touches. The decor takes Sumi-e-style cherry blossom as its inspiration.
The hotel has four innovative restaurants and a stylish lounge. Gourmet sushi, teppan and kaiseki are served at Kazahana, while China Blue serves an array of modern Chinese dishes, all complemented by bottles from the expansive wine cellar. Cocktails and live music at TwentyEight serve as the perfect way to round off an evening of elegant entertainment.