The Ritz-Carlton's lobby – with giant paintings by Sam Francis and views clear to the Imperial Palace – is on the 45th floor, and capacious rooms go up from there. Concierges can do just about anything, and if you send your shoes for a complimentary shine, they return in a lovely wooden box.
Located at the heart of the downtown Roppongi area in Tokyo's tallest building, the 53rd-storey Ritz-Carlton offers elegant luxury high above Tokyo’s busy streets. It features an indoor pool and 8 dining options. Free WiFi is available throughout the property. Rooms at the Tokyo Ritz-Carlton offer breathtaking views of the Shinjuku area, the Imperial Palace or Mount Fuji. All rooms come with a DVD player and a spacious marble bathroom. You will find a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, minibar and coffee machine. Guests can pamper themselves with a treatment at the spa, or unwind in a whirlpool with city skyline views. Other facilities include saunas, a gym and bicycle rental. Restaurants at the Ritz-Carlton vary from French to Japanese cuisine, all offering spectacular views. The Michelin star rated restaurant Azure 45 serves French delicacies, while guests can enjoy live musical performance in the afternoon and evening at The Bar. The Ritz-Carlton Tokyo is directly connected to Roppongi Station, which offers easy subway access to Shinjuku and Akihabara. The National Art Centre and Roppongi Hills are about a 10-minute walk. Tokyo Station and the Imperial Palace are both a 20-minute taxi ride away.
An accommodation tax per person per night is not included in the price and needs to be paid at the property.