Taxi's in Tokyo are notoriously expensive so public transport or the limousine bus will definitely be your best options. You will not be disappointed on arrival at this hotel. Your bags will be whisked away whilst you shoot up to the 28th floor for the impressive views at reception. We were given a king size room overlooking the bay, which was simply beautiful. The products included everything you could imagine, shampoo, conditioner, shower gel, hair bands, shower cap, shaving gear, mouthwash, toothbrush and paste, sewing kit, cotton pads and even a rubber duck for bath time. There were dressing gowns, slippers and seriously fluffy towels as well as Conrad PJs, which came with a teddy bear each at turn down.
The blinds are all controlled by an electric switch next to the bed and the toilet has a heated seat, plays whooshing noises and has jets for after your business is complete! There is a long window seat to lie and look at the view. Everything in the hotel and the rooms looks clean, feels clean and is spotlessly clean as well as smells luxurious and fresh. The rooms have mineral water after the morning spruce up and also at the evening turn down. The mini bar is extensive and isn't horrifically priced.
Room service is available and is expensive but does have everything from pasta to sandwiches, make your own salads, steaks and Japanese options. Between two room service meals, one of a chicken caser salad with french fries, a steak, which comes with a potato side, a veg side and a sauce as well as a glass of red and a glass of white. The other meal was a Conrad burger and a make your own flat bread sandwich with a coke and a glass of white wine as well as a round of drinks in the lobby bar, two glasses of white wine, a G&T and a beer we managed to spend over £200.
The spa here is lovely, it has a two lane heated swimming pool with towels and sun loungers as well as a fully equipped gym overlooking the city. Each changing room has drinks, towels, gowns and slippers provided as well as toilets and showers. There are single sex steam rooms and saunas as well as individual hot tubs to use. However, you must use these Japanese style, which means naked!
Breakfast is amazing. The buffet has all different types of pastries such as croissants, pan au chocolat, pancakes, waffles, English muffins, sweet muffins, french breads, toast as well as a variety of fruits and juices. There are eggs, sausages, bacon, hash browns etc etc and Japanese options. There is also an a la carte breakfast menu to order from, which included French Toast and Eggs Benedict. Make sure you get a rate, which includes breakfast as it will be pricey to pay per day!
P.S make sure you also use the lobby toilets as these have even more functions including playing music and a drying option!