Style: Modern luxury hotel Perfect for: Private meetings, Business, Weddings, Health spa
Area: in the Midtown Tower, the tallest building inTokyo
The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo opened its doors to guests for the first time on March 30th, 2007. Since, it has gathered a wealth of awards and developed a loyal following. The hotel has its finger on the pulse of the latest trends in food, fashion and retail - and best of all it gives guests the perfect setting to revel in it all from a room atop one of the most dramatic skyscrapers in Tokyo.

The lobby is high up on the 45th floor and is a peaceful and gracious oasis - smart, modern flower arrangements decorate the area and a pianist plays classical music for guests and visitors. The lobby is a popular meeting spot and has a pleasant atmosphere that encourages guests to stay for afternoon tea, or perhaps to sip something a little stronger in the lobby bar. The modern interior has been designed by Frank Nicholson Inc. The fine woodwork, hand-tufted carpets and drapes, Japanese Chiyo-gami Pattern wall coverings and a collection of contemporary arts all make for a convivial and exciting ambience.

The rooms and suites are very spacious, starting at 52 square metres. All of the rooms in the hotel feature 'standard' marble bathrooms that are comparable to the size of many Tokyo apartments and come equipped with two well appointed vanities, a luxurious bathtub and a television. The bedrooms are comfortable and the controls are easy to master - privacy shades and room darkening curtains ensure that the level of light is just right and can be changed at the touch of a button. There is a small desk, two comfortable sitting chairs and another television. The beds are remarkably comfy and are covered with luxurious Frette linens and pillows that beckon you to a relaxing nights sleep or to take a short power nap.

Dining options are varied with Hinokizaka providing Michelin-starred cuisine and for something different, try dinner at Forty Five, which offers modern French cuisine with the spectacular Tokyo skyline as a backdrop.

This is a hotel that has everything - it is a high-end business hotel and a fantasy weekend holiday destination. They provide excellent business facilities and a full-service spa as well as a dedicated wedding planner, so whatever takes you to Tokyo, your trip is bound to be enhanced by staying at this magnificent hotel.


Find time to visit this Michelin-rated restaurant, one of the finest places to dine in Tokyo, and the only hotel Japanese restaurant to be recognized with this distinction. Offering four restaurants in one, guests are able to take their pick from either seasonal kaiseki set menu dining, tempura, teppanyaki or the freshest sushi. This is the true essence of traditional, yet ...
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contemporary Japanese cuisine. The restaurant also features a 200-year-old Japanese tea house for private dining with breathtaking cityscapes. Additional private Tatami and dining rooms are also available.


Situated on the 46th floor, the Spa offers guests the ultimate pampering, rejuvenation and restorative experience in a tranquil sanctuary that boasts an indoor pool, dry sauna, steam sauna, nine spa treatment rooms, one spa suite, fitness studio and more.


Business travellers could not be in a better hotel for state-of-the-art facilities. There are elegant meeting rooms, staffed by a dedicated conference service team that offer impeccable service. The hotel's location is ideal for exclusive board meetings, product launches or corporate-wide celebrations. So, whatever your meeting may require, rest assured that it will run smoothly from the beginning to the end. ...
  • Tokyo Disney Land and Sea Park (60 minutes)
  • Tokyo Tower (20 minutes)
  • The National Art Centre, Tokyo (5 minutes)
Figures in brackets show the travel time by car from the hotel
  • Narita International Airport (NRT)
  • Haneda Airport
  • Tokyo Station (Bullet train station/ when arriving from Eastern parts of Japan)
  • Roppongi Station
  • Nogizaka Station
  • Shinagawa Station (Bullet train station/ when arriving from Western parts of Japan)
  • Hinokizaka: The only hotel, Japanese restaurant with a Michelin star
  • Forty Five: Modern French
  • The Lobby Lounge: For all day Dining
  • The Lobby Bar
  • The Ritz-Carlton Cafe & Deli
  • Magnificent sky lobby on 45th floor
  • Two sensational restaurants, lounge & bar, cafe & deli
  • 2,000-square-metre Spa & Fitness by ESPA on 46th floor
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