The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo


  • Great views of Tokyo
  • Romantic setting
  • Convenient access to nightlife
  • Stunning rooms loaded with luxurious goodies


  • High prices
  • Immediate area is somewhat grungy

Published 04/19/2015

Fodor's Review

Installed in the top floors of the 53-story Midtown Tower, the Ritz-Carlton provides Tokyo's most luxurious accommodations squarely in the middle of the city. High-end indulgences like Frette linens and down pillows are standard in the guest rooms, but it's the simple pleasure of gazing at the Tokyo skyline from a perfectly positioned chair that gives the strongest impression of luxury. The spacious marble bathrooms are equipped with double sinks, 20-inch plasma TVs, and deep tubs. Guests staying on the Club Level (two top floors) are presented with complimentary snacks and beverages. The spa has a four-lane pool, nine treatment rooms, and a hot tub overlooking the city. The restaurants Azure 45 (French) and the award-winning Hinokizaki (seafood) provide views of Mt. Fuji (on a clear day) and Tokyo Tower.

Hotel Information


9–7–1 Akasaka, Tokyo, 107-6245, Japan

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Hotel Details:

  • 212 rooms, 36 suites
  • Rate includes: No meals

Published 04/19/2015


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Apr 11, 2016

Productive Business (and Sweet Sakura) Experience

Recently (28 March - 1 April, '16) had the honour of a most efficient and enjoyable business travel stay at this lovely property. [Corporate stay was preceded by our Easter weekend at the Aman, Tokyo (fine as ever), followed by Kyoto sakura viewing weekend with long-time family friends at their residence. Back home to Singapore via our Singapore Airlines on 4 April.] Our Ritz, Tokyo lodging entailed an upgrade to a Club Carlton Suite with corner living

room; most appreciated. Staff exceptionally warm and gracious. I presently travel to Tokyo ~ twice a year for meetings; combining work with lovely sakura viewing is always a pleasure. Savour your Ritz, Tokyo times.

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