Conrad Tokyo

I must admit that during this trip, I had pretty good hotel accommodations throughout my stay in Japan. I was interested on how Japanese style bedding would be like, which is basically some padding on the floor with no bed frame, but it actually turned out to be quite comfortable to be honest. I say this because in some of my previous posts, I talk about how great it can be to stay in a high-end hotel after days or weeks in a hostel. So even though I was pretty comfortable during my stay I was pretty excited to spend a couple of nights at a luxury hotel. Enter Conrad Tokyo. Located in the heart of Minato Tokyo, the Conrad Tokyo hotel is part of the luxury Hilton line named after the company founder, Conrad Hilton.

Quite luxurious alright! The main lobby was located on the 36th floor, which is something that was quite interesting to me. Once I arrived, I was greeted the moment I stepped off the elevator and escorted to the reception desk. There I was quickly checked in and informed that I had been upgraded to the king bay view suite on the house, right on!

I then entered another set of elevators to take me up to my room. Upon entering I walked right into the living room of my hotel stay. I didn’t even know that hotel rooms had living rooms!? The room included its own couches, work desk, bathroom, flat screen TV, and a welcoming gift from management.

There was also a coffee/espresso machine, snacks, and mini bar as well.

Between the living room and bedroom was the walk-in closet which was quite spacious.

Can’t complain about the massive bedroom either! The room also had its own ottoman chair next to the window that overlooked Tokyo’s Hamarikyu Gardens, great for when I just wanted to relax and browse on my phone with a view.

The bathroom itself came with its own “his/her” sink which I could see would be great for couples. The bathrooms also had heated tile floors which was great for when you have to use the bathroom in the early morning when the floor is freezing. Although I didn’t use the bathtub, there was also a TV as well.

With the suite also came a complementary breakfast every morning with a chef on staff to make fresh eggs/omelets. The lounge itself was always empty when I arrived in the mornings which was great because I always got my food very quickly. There was also lounge access in the evening that included small snacks and free alcoholic beverages too!

Great friendly staff and overall service, no complaints from over here!

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