Shangri-La Tokyo
Most journeys to a ryokan- either a local train or the ultra-modern shinkansen (bullet train), being from Tokyo Station, where Shangri-La Tokyo is perched upon. This enviable location allows effortless transition to both Narita and Haneda airports, as well as other parts of Tokyo. The hotel even has a meet & greet service to and from the platform of Tokyo Station. The Imperial Palace, Nihonbashi and Marunouchi business districts, and famous Ginza shopping belt are but a stone’s throw away.

All 200 oversized rooms and suites, offering panoramic views stretching from Imperial Gardens to Tokyo Bay to the new Tokyo Sky Tree, ascend from level 31 and are decorated and furnished with the utmost consideration for guests. Well-travelled guests may choose to stay on the Horizon Club floors, which house the cream of its inventory and most privileged guests.

Reserved exclusively for the hotel residents are the state-of-the-art exercise gym and a heated indoor swimming pool overlooking the city. Make a date at CHI, The Spa at Shangri-La, to indulge in the lavish and award-winning spa based on ancient Asian curative traditions, beliefs and rituals.

Home to two first-class restaurants, Shangri-La Tokyo clearly distinguishes itself as an exceptional dining destination. The Italian restaurant Piacere offers exquisite food and fine wines with a panoramic view over the financial centre, while Japanese restaurant Nadaman sets a new standard for dining in Tokyo. The Lobby Lounge is a perfect setting for social or business meeting, where Afternoon Tea is served daily, and signature selections are accompanied by the finest teas and Champagne.

If a ryokan’s omotenashi is your cup of tea, welcome to out Shangri-La. Discover for yourself why this hotel topped the list of World’s Best 100 Hotels, by Institutional Investor Magazine in 2013.

Marunouchi Trust Tower Main, 1-8-3 Marunouchi Chiyoda-ku Tokyo 100-8283 Japan