Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo

Tōkyō, Tōkyō

Overview

    A Forbes 5-start hotel, the Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo occupies the top 11 floors of the building adjacent to Tokyo Station where unparalleled access can be made to all parts of Tokyo and Japan. It is a mere 10 minutes walk to the Imperial Palace gardens, and the central business district of Marunouchi and Nihombashi. Within 5 minutes by car, one can also reach Ginza, the shoppers' paradise of Tokyo.

    With one of the largest rooms in the city, all 200 rooms and suites boast expansive windows offering panoramic views of the city, the latest technological facilities, well-appointed Japanese-influenced bathrooms (with rain shower), 'the most comfortable beds', luxurious amenities, and complimentary In-Room Internet-Access. In addition to the complimentary use of the pool and gym, guests may get rejuvenated at CHI, The Spa at Shangri-La, as well as dine at either of two signature restaurants: Piacere for contemporary Italian cuisine, or Nadaman for stylishly authentic Japanese, and a Lobby Lounge offering sumptuous afternoon teas.

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COVID-19 SANITATION & SAFETY GUIDELINES

Your Well-being in Our Care


We have been closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation and are following guidelines from the World Health Organisation (WHO) and respective local health agencies where we have operations. We understand there are many concerns during this time and wish to assure our guests that the safety and well-being of our guests, customers and colleagues are of paramount importance to us.


Our Health & Safety Commitment

Our promise ‘Shangri-La Cares’ comes straight from the heart. It underpins the caring spirit of our brand and guides our unrelenting efforts to ensure your well-being and comfort.


As part of our ongoing efforts to create a trusted and nurturing environment for you, we have embraced a series of safety standards and precautionary measures across our hotels.


Individual precautionary measures may vary by property.