Cerise by Gordon Ramsay - Tokyo

Gordon Ramsay may best be known for his hot headed television series Hell’s Kitchen and Kitchen Nightmares that has aired in America and Britain but before all of his television fame he cut his teeth at Aubergine gaining 2 Michelin stars and then turned heads by opening up his first restaurant in Chelsea, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, winning accolades from the culinary world and receiving three Michelin stars in 2001. Soon after Ramsay’s restaurant empire expanded to every corner of the world including Doha, Montreal, New York City, Versailles and most recently Las Vegas to name a few places.

Conrad Hotel - Tokyo

Situated 37 floors over the Shiodome building the Conrad Hotel may possibly offer the best vantage points to overlook Tokyo’s bustling metropolis. With floor to ceiling windows in the evening you can see the lights of boats on the bay heading towards the worlds biggest wholesale seafood market, Tsukiji Shijo and during the day gaze upon the beautiful Hamarikyu Gardens, the only Edo period tidal garden in Tokyo. Aside from its cinematic views the Conrad’s interior décor is just as stunning implementing traditional motifs with modern Japanese designs.

The Ritz - Tokyo

Clifford Unsworth The Ritz-Carlton Tokyo is completely as you would expect, it isn’t cheap but you don’t stay in the Ritz if you’re watching your pennies. The staff are super polite and make you feel nothing but welcome and it has all the amenities one would expect - bar, restaurant, pool, gym, there is even a Rolls Royce to pick you up from the airport if you’re feeling like treating yourself.