Style: Glamorous luxury Perfect for: Private events, Weddings, Meetings
Area: adjacent to Tokyo Station
The 200-room Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo opened in March 2009 as Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts' first property in Japan. The hotel occupies the top 11 floors of the 37-floor, Marunouchi Trust Tower Main building and is excellently located with direct access to Tokyo Station. The hotel has quickly found its place as one of the finest hotels in the city with its trademark Asian-influenced design and gracious hospitality. Whereas many hotels in Japan's capital are fiercely minimalist, this hotel is wonderfully glamorous and truly stands out amongst Tokyo's many luxury hotel offerings. The hotel received the 2009 Best Business Hotel Award from Fortune magazine.

The exquisite marble lobby, the stately curving staircase and the grand chandeliers are jaw-dropping and make for a breathtaking first impression. There are more than 50 chandeliers adorning the property, of which more than 20 were designed specifically for the hotel.

The hotel's 200 guest rooms all have a minimum space of 50 sq m and are among the largest in the city. Rooms reflect Japanese style and modernity with luxurious appointments and the latest audio-visual and communication facilities for the convenience of both leisure and business travellers. The impressive 269 sq m Presidential Suite located on the 36th floor, extends two floors in height and from there guests can see Mount Fuji, the symbol of Japan, on a clear day. All the rooms have complimentary Wi-Fi and boast full-size work desks. Additionally, there are 300-threadcount cotton linens, Shangri-La toiletries and a pillow menu.

This is one hotel that has it all, immaculate service, awe-inspiring views and restaurants and a team that thoroughly understands good service. There is no doubt that this hotel will continue to set the bar for luxury hotels.


The delicious Piacere restaurant looks over the Imperial Gardens, the one part of Tokyo that's actually dark at night. Guided by a young Tuscan chef trained at Michelin-starred restaurants in Italy, this restaurant is eternally popular.


This, the well-known restaurant group, has served fine kaiseki cuisine to royalty, world leaders and discerning diners in Japan since 1830 and offers authentic Japanese cuisine prepared by a group of seasoned Japanese chefs in a refined interior that blends minimalism and Japanese artistic influence.


Offering many treats for guests, including the highlight of going for a swim high up above the streets of Tokyo and marveling at the sights below or trying one of the CHI treatments that have won numerous awards including recognition at the Asian Spa Crystal Awards.
  • Bridgestone Museum of Art
  • Edo-Tokyo Museum
  • Idemitsu Museum of Arts
  • Imperial Palace
  • National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation
  • Roppongi Hills
Figures in brackets show the travel time by car from the hotel
  • Narita International Airport (NRT)
  • Haneda Airport
  • Tokyo Station (JR and Metro)
  • The Lobby Lounge: Afternoon tea, snacks and drinks
  • Nadaman: Japanese Kaiseki, Sushi, Teppanyaki
  • Piacere: Italian
  • CHI, The Spa at Shangri-La
  • Fully-equipped Health Club
  • Heated indoor swimming pool
  • Shangri-La Ballroom & smaller function rooms
  • Wedding Chapel
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