The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo

Tokyo, Japan

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Why we choose The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo

Chic, minimalist design is the signature of this ‘sky’ hotel

  • The views from this shimmering skyscraper are unbeatable and a hotel one does not want to miss with the recent compleation of the multi-phase transformation renovation of the hotel’s guestrooms and the ultra-stylish club lounge
  • The 46th-floor Ritz-Carlton Spa sanctuary is a slice of heaven
  • Select from a tasty menu of eight restaurants and bars including Michelin Star dining venue Azure 45

The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Tokyo certainly floats in the clouds: you’ll find the lobby on the 45th floor, and the hotel keeps going upwards.

But to balance the futuristic sky-high living and the non-stop buzz you’ll encounter outside, the Ritz-Carlton creates a serene cocoon in a chic, calm palette, along with a raft of luxurious and tempting facilities.

What you need to know about the hotel

Natural woods, hand-tufted carpets and luxurious drapery create a serene sanctuary

  • Take in the exceptional, one-of-a-kind artwork displayed in the lobby
  • There’s an eclectic mix of luxury retail, entertainment and trendy fashion stores to explore on-site
  • Indulge in pure decadence at the spa with the Two-Therapist Harmony Massage

There’s a no-expense-spared feel to this indulgent modern hotel. With a very light touch it combines natural colors and materials to evoke a soothing, exceptionally luxurious ambience.

Jam-packed with the ultimate in mod-cons, spacious guest rooms come with oversized bathrooms and tremendous views. For a rare treat choose a Japanese-style suite: ancient traditions meet 21st century comfort.

Where is it and what's nearby

Soaring above the city skyline, this is Tokyo’s tallest building

  • With the embassy and business district just outside the door business travelers are well-placed
  • Located in midtown, a mostly-business district which mixes fashion, art, and a buzzy night life
  • Nearby Roppongi Hills is a massive entertainment, retail and dining complex

Tokyo is undoubtedly the world’s most exhilarating city, living the starkest contrasts of old and new. At night the glittering, futuristic lights dazzle, while during the day the mist-shrouded iconic Mount Fuji stands guard.

Depending on which corner of the hotel you stand in you can look out over the Imperial Palace Gardens, Mount Fuji, or the business district and Yoyogi Park from the Ritz-Carlton Tokyo. Wherever you turn, there’s excitement, culture, ancient history and a thrilling glimpse of the next century.

How to enjoy Tokyo

Curiously addictive, Tokyo somehow manages to blend throbbing neon and a slightly workaholic-edged mania, with peaceful parks adorned with pink blossoms or crimson maples, exquisite manners and unexpected architecture

  • No trip to Tokyo would be complete without at least one night out in a karaoke bar. So go on and belt out a number (you know you want to)
  • For stunning 360° views of Tokyo, visit the observatory decks of the Skytree. At 634 meters, it is the tallest building in Japan
  • Enjoy! Tokyo is the world’s gourmet capital with more Michelin stars than anywhere else in the world

For full on, in-your-face, city action, with impossibly large crowds scurrying who knows where under crazy-paving style walls and towers of flashing advertising hoardings, head to Tokyo’s Shibuya. You will actually feel the adrenaline kick in as you attempt the pedestrian crossing at Hachiko. This sense of excitement will only enhance your shopping experience there, with the multitude of shops selling funky clothes and intriguing gadgets.

In contrast to bustle of Shibuya is the zen calm of the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden. The garden has everything you’d want to find in a Japanese park with wooden arched bridges, beautiful maples and a lovely teahouse. Come evening, head to the upscale Ginza quarter for the best sushi in the world, or kaiseki, Japan’s own haute cuisine.

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    When to visit Tokyo

    Grand Tournaments at Tokyo’s sumo center, Kokugikan, take place in January, May and September. Tickets can be bought up to a month in advance, although some may be available on the door for non-final tournaments.

  • Did you know

    You’re in the tallest building in Tokyo. Take a moment to appreciate the sights with a 360 degree view.

  • We say

    Extremely refined contemporary décor.

  • A word from the hotel

    Welcome to your home away from home.
    Atsuya Hayashi, Guest Services

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When you book with us

Because of our special relationship with The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo, we include these exclusive benefits when you book through Protravel:

  • Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
  • Daily buffet breakfast daily for up to two in-room guests
  • USD $100 equivalent resort or hotel credit to be utilized during stay (not valid on room rate, F&B, spa, no cash value if not redeemed in full)

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