Planification de Vacances

If you have been travelling around the world, then you know that Tokyo is the second most busy city in the world after New York. It also happens to be the largest city in the world and the seat of the Japanese government. This is not to say that Tokyo is all business. You can indulge in a little pleasure after business hours. To be able to do that, you will know to know what hotels offer what leisure activities so that you can book the one that suits your business interests as well as your leisure interests. Below are a few hotels that offer a great mix of leisure and business.

Hotel suggestions for individual, half-business/half-pleasure in Tokyo

If you have been travelling around the world, then you know that Tokyo is the second most busiest city in the world after New York. It also happens to be the largest city in the world and the seat of the Japanese government. This is not to say that Tokyo is all business. You can indulge in a little pleasure after business hours. To be able to do that, you will need to know what hotels offer what leisure activities so that you can book the one that suits your business interests as well as your leisure interests. Below are a few hotels that offer a great mix of leisure and business.

Park Hyatt

This is a gold rated hotel a few minutes from Tokyo business district in Nishi Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku. The 52- storey tower that houses the hotel is located in the Shinjuku district where shoppers have their say during the day and clubbers rule the night. If you are into clubbing, then this hotel might be the perfect place to stay when in Tokyo. Amazingly, it also have US$35 Spa that features hot and cool marble pools in a vault like setting. It is certainly not cheap, so make your stay here worthwhile.

Ritz Carlton

This is another half business/half leisure hotel located in Akasaka, Minato-ku. It has 248 rooms in the last 9 floors of the Tokyo Midtown complex in Roppongi. The hotel is popular for its 200 year old Japanese Hinokizaka restaurant. If you love fine dining, then there is no other place in the world that you can have delicious Japanese Cuisines as you will have here.

Mandarin Oriental

This hotel is located in Nihonbashi Muromachi, Chuo-ku. If you love meditation and aroma therapy treats, then this hotel will do you one better - they have the best Japanese masseurs and aromatherapies in the world. Their spas are unrivalled anywhere on the globe.

Conrad

This hotel is located in Higashi-shinbashi, Minato-ku; and is where 'east meets the west' in terms of culinary exploits. The hotel features two French Restaurants, a Chinese Restaurant and a Japanese Restaurant. It is a nice place to sample cuisines from all over the world as well as meet people from all over the world. It is good for networking as well as fine dining.

The Peninsula

Are you into techno-gizmos? Then this is the hotel to lose yourself into the fantastic world of 3D games and movies. It features iPods programmed with tours, in-room cell-convertible phones, and automatic nail-dryers. It also has a 10,000 square foot spa for you to indulge in a therapeutic session of massage.

Tokyo is definitely a commercial city, but it can also hold its own in leisure. Next time you are in Tokyo for business; don't lock yourself in a hotel room assuming there is nothing fun to do. Book yourself into any of these hotels and you will be surprised.

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