Located just above Shimbashi train station, the Conrad is one of our favorite high class hotels, offering great value for money and a fantastic location for exploring and sightseeing.
Boasting the largest rooms in the city, the Aman Tokyo is the first of the uber-boutique’s venture into a city. Even the smallest deluxe rooms are an impressive 71 square meters, making them the largest entry-level rooms in the city. As with other Amans the world over, the Aman Tokyo has been inspired wholly from traditional practices which can be seen in the meticulous woodwork designs, sumptuous Japanese fabrics and ‘washi’ paper, cleverly intertwined with all modern furnishings and technology expected in a hotel of this standing.
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Facing the Imperial Palace Gardens, each Deluxe room flows seamlessly into an elegantly appointed living area with subtle Shoji screens made of delicate washi paper breaking up the space.
The larger Premier rooms are 80 sqm and face the Tokyo Skytree. These rooms have a similar aesthetic to that of the deluxe rooms, but also offer a more spacious foyer and bathroom.
The Suites are all a minimum of 141 sqm and offer a sense of boundless space complete with spectacular views. As well as a beautiful living room, the Suites contain a dining table for four and a fully-equipped pantry, allowing apartment-style living in the heart of Tokyo.
The 121 sqm Corner Suites provide panoramic views and the sensation of floating above the city. Like the standard suites, each offers a separate bedroom, living-dining room, and pantry.
Finally the Aman Suites are all an impressive 157 sqm in size. Positioned in the northwest corner of the building, their lofty aspect and generous proportions impart a palpable sense of calm, complementing the tranquil views of the Imperial Palace Gardens and the Tokyo Skytree.
It's perfectly located next to the Imperial Palace gardens and within easy access to Tokyo Station and the shopping and food district of Ginza.
Food and drink
The Restaurant, as it is simply names, exudes high-class Japanese minimalism aloft Otemachi Tower with views overlooking the Palace gardens and the city beyond. Dining is based on Italian/Adriatic influences with the finest ingredients imported from Italy. With the exceptional wealth of ingredients on offer at home, such as Hokkaido shrimp and Wagyu steak, these subtle tastes are married up with southern European produce to create a Veneto cuisine with a distinct Asian twist.
Facilities and activities
The spa, one of Tokyo's newest and best, sits high over the Tokyo skyline, offering a peace and tranquility away from the city below. There are hot spring baths, saunas, a 30m panoramic pool and a collection of massage rooms with a variety of treatments on offer. A well-kitted gym is available to guests, and certain yoga and pilates classes if you feel inclined too.
As with all Aman, there are numerous private Aman tours that can also be reserved, incorporating the local area or specific culture requests.
A truly beautiful, if not highly minimalist, hotel and the first of Aman's kind to be a city hotel. The service and attention to detail is superb and will suit all 'Amanjunkies' or those new to the brand alike.
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Alternative places to stay nearby
Where possible, we like to offer a range of accommodation for each stop of your trip, chosen by our specialists as some of their favorite places to stay. To help you make the right choice, we give each property a rating based on its facilities and service, but we also look for hotels with distinct character or a location that can’t be bettered.
A firm stalwart of Audley, the Palace combines excellent service with great value and location
Experiences while staying here
The following activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences of the area where you’re staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident’s eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can also suggest outdoor pursuits and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the traditions of the area’s inhabitants.
Begin your day with a visit to Meiji Jingu shrine in Harajuku, one of Tokyo's busiest sights but an oasis of calm in the early morning. From here wander through the shopping streets of Harajuku and head south to Shibuya for morning coffee and people watching at the Hachiko pedestrian crossing.
Mitaka is a pleasant suburb of Tokyo. The town is home to the Ghibli Museum, an interactive exhibition containing all things related to the animated world created by Studio Ghibli, Japan's premiere animation studio.
Enjoy the rides and atmosphere at Tokyo's Disneyland and Disney Sea.