The Ritz Carlton, Tokyo is set in the Midtown Tower, a mixed-use skyscraper in Tokyo’s Roppongi District. The tower was completed in 2007 and is the tallest building in Tokyo. Roppongi District is home to Tokyo’s diplomatic, entertainment and business districts.
The hotel is located on floors 45 to 53 and has 248 guestrooms (of approximately 52sqm) and suites (of between 80-300sqm) featuring floor-to-ceiling windows. The contemporary interiors have been designed by renowned interior decorator Frank Nicholson. The hotel’s lobby is on the 45th floor.
The hotel has five full-service dining venues, including, Hinokizaka, offering Japanese fare which has been awarded a Michelin Star; Azure 45, offering French seafood cuisine; Towers Grill, a classic American grill; Arita with Sushi Chef Azazuma showcasing his “edomae style” sushi; and the intimate Shimizu and Kutani which seat just six and eleven guests respectively. The hotel also boasts an authentic 200-year-old Japanese tea-house.
Situated on the 46th floor is a 2,000sqm Spa & Fitness Centre by ESPA, offering an indoor pool, dry sauna, steam sauna, nine spa treatment rooms, one spa suite, and a fitness studio.
The Ritz Carlton is 90 minutes by private car, taxi or Airport Limousine Bus Service from Narita International Airport (NRT) (60km from the center) or 1hr by Express Train to Tokyo Station. Haneda Domestic Airport (HND) is 40 minutes' car drive away.
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