Hotel Review: Conrad Tokyo

Conrad Tokyo is undoubtedly one of Tokyo’s finest luxury hotel. Whilst the location may not necessarily be the most exciting for the leisure traveller, the unbelievable views might just make up the extra few minutes in travel time on Tokyo’s ultra efficient train network.


Guests are welcomed by doormen at the ground level before being whisked on the high speed elevator to the main lobby on the 28th floor.


As a Hilton Honors Diamond member, I was upgraded to a bay view suite on the 31st floor. My suite was HUGE considering how premium space is in this city!!!


The Executive Lounge is located on the top floor (37th) and whilst it was small-ish, I was told it has recently been renovated and is definitely a great place to relax after a full day of sightseeing and to take in the views of Tokyo.


It was a short trip but am definitely looking forward to my next stay here!

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