The abstract curve of a vivid scarlet-hued sculpture sets a modern tone at the ground floor entrance of the Conrad Tokyo. The hotel is housed in the top floors of a 37-storey skyscraper that effortlessly blends into the sleek and gleaming skyline of the regenerated Shiodome area.
Natural wood, neutral tones and clean lines in the 290 spacious guestrooms reflect a calming modern take on a traditional Japanese room. To sample a taste of the creations of the British bad boy of the culinary world, tuck into Sunday lunch in the glass walled Gordon Ramsay restaurant on the 28th floor.
Despite state-of-the-art business facilities in its meeting rooms, prepare to be distracted by the views that take centre stage throughout the hotel’s floor to ceiling windows: from sweeping vistas of Tokyo Bay to the twinkling skyscrapers that light up the city sky at night.