Conrad Tokyo

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Located in Shinbashi, below Marunouchi and on the fringe of Ginza, the Conrad Tokyo seamlessly blends a business and leisure aesthetic. The hallways are long, with high ceilings and dark-brown wood walls, and the floors are lined with a pretty mint green carpet accented with brown trees and white cherry blossoms. The color scheme continues into the rooms, although the walls are lighter wood. Book an Executive Level suite; they’re on the top floor and have Executive Lounge privileges. A tip: Befriend Azwin Ferdauz, the executive manager for service and quality. He will take care of you during your stay. (Rooms, from $490)

Conrad Tokyo
1-9-1 Higashi-Shinbashi, Minato-kuTokyo, Japan
81-3/6388-8000

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