The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo Hotel – Tokyo, Japan 🇯🇵

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  • Name: The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo
  • Rooms: 247
  • Rating: 5-Star
  • Brand: The Ritz-Carlton
  • Parent: Marriott International

Set within one of the city’s tallest skyscrapers on floor 45 to 53 of the Midtown Tower in downtown Tokyo, Japan’s Roppongi District, The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo is a 5-star hotel that offers many notable features including Japan’s most expensive Presidential Suite and an authentic 200-year-old Japanese teahouse. Taking luxury to new heights, floor-to-ceiling windows perfectly frame incredible panoramic views of the city skyline, from the Tokyo Bay area to National Stadium and scenic glimpses of the snow-capped Mt Fuji in the distance. Designed by renowned interior decorator Frank Nicholson, The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo reflects classic European inspiration fused with contemporary accents s in the colorful world of Japanese culture.

The 247 guest rooms, including 35 suites include some of the most spacious luxury accommodations in Tokyo at 559 square feet (52 square meters) and provide every comfort and convenience, along with luxury in-room amenities while offering a welcome respite to the vibrant city below, from an East-meets-West design to marble bathrooms and luxury accommodations. Guests can select accommodations on The Ritz-Carlton Club, accessible only by elevator key and providing a range of exclusive privileges including dedicated, multi-lingual concierge service, round the clock food and beverage offerings, and an extra measure of privacy and security.

The hotel is surrounded by foreign embassies, high-end shopping, and attractions such as Mori Museum, Billboard Live and the Imperial Palace, allowing for easy exploration of the Roppongi Hills as well as areas including Akasaka, Minato Ward, Ginza, and Shibuya. When not taking in the breathtaking hotel views of Mt. Fuji and the Tokyo Tower, guests can enjoy a string of authentic off property experiences to immerse themselves in the colorful world of Japanese culture. Areas such as Akasaka, Minato Ward, Ginza and Shibuya are further afield, promising worthwhile expeditions for guests that want to explore more of Japan’s capital and the world’s most populous metropolis.

  • Location: The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo – Tokyo Midtown 9-7-1 Akasaka Minato-ku Tokyo, 107-6245 Japan