The Shangri-La Hotel Tokyo is a quality-before-all-else luxury hotel experience in Tokyo’s lively, central Marunouchi neighborhood. Between the attentive staff in red uniforms, the impressive and delectable dining options, and the sweeping panoramic vistas of the metropolis below, this Tokyo outpost is yet another example of Shangri-La’s unfailing luxury and service.

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Shangri-La Hotel Tokyo contains 194 spacious and elegant rooms and six indulgent suites, all with splendid panoramic views of downtown Tokyo. Even the most basic of rooms are some of the largest accommodations in the city, with garnet and chocolate textiles, sleek lines, and marble bathrooms. The walls of windows reveal the Imperial Palace, Tokyo Bay, and Tokyo Sky Tree, the world’s tallest television tower.

The exclusive Executive and Shangri-La Suites are one-bedroom accommodations with separate living rooms and guest rooms decorated in quintessential Japanese style and urban modernity, while the Presidential Suite serves as the epitome of opulence. The hotel’s finest accommodation, this uniquely regal space was selected as one of the Top 101 Suites in the World by Elite Traveler magazine in 2010.

Work up an appetite by wandering through the hotel’s exclusive art collection, a display of 2,000 pieces by Japanese, Chinese, and Western artists. Then choose between two first-class restaurants for dining. On the 28th floor, Andrea Ferrero’s Piacere—Italian for “pleasure”—offers Italian food and wine paired with gorgeous views over the Imperial Palace. On the 29th floor, Shangri-La’s signature Nadaman features traditional Japanese dinners of sushi, teppanyaki counters, and kaiseki under the direction of Chief Chef Takehiko Yoshida.

At the Shangri-La Hotel Tokyo, the Imperial Palace and Ginza shopping district are a mere 10-minute walk away, and the Tokyo Station right around the corner is easily accessible to zip guests off to any corner of the city. After a day of exploration, wind down with afternoon tea or champagne at The Lobby Lounge, or with a therapeutic massage at CHI, The Spa, an award-winning haven known for its ancient Asian curative traditions and rituals. Don’t forget to pick up authentic souvenirs such as Noritake teacups, Nicolai Bergmann flower boxes, organza scarves, and handcrafted chocolates from the gift boutique at the hotel.

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