THE RITZ- CAR LTON TOK YO
This hotel is a celebrity favourite for its discreet entrance and impeccable service and you’ll fifind yourself cocooned in gilded luxury high above Roppongi, the tech hub and popular arts, embassy and nightlife district. Ask for a west-facing room to see Mount Fuji or opt for a Modern Japanese Suite, which combines classic tatami flfloors and sliding paper screens with comfortable king beds. A sleep-enhancing massage will take care of lingering jet lag. ↓ Business facilities Club Level guestrooms include a complimentary pressing service to get you ready for meetings and the multilingual concierges can handle anything. Aside from the usual secretarial services, attractive meeting rooms and document translation service, the hotel offers VolunTeaming for companies that want to enhance team-building through meaningful volunteer work. Wi-fi Fast and free throughout. Food and wine Hinokizaka, just off the main lobby, has sweeping views towards Shinjuku from the sushi counter and a series of private rooms for entertaining clients. Try some of the lightest, crispiest tempura in Tokyo or order a set kaiseki course of delicate seasonal dishes. Fitness and wellbeing There’s a small but upto-date 24-hour fitness centre and a 20-metre pool and sauna on the 46th floor. If you leave your gym gear at home, you can rent everything from swimwear to running shoes. Run route Midtown Garden and the adjoining Hinokicho Park, just behind the hotel, is an easy two-kilometre circuit featuring an ornamental pond and possibly the world’s smallest basketball court.