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Among the numerous luxuries the Conrad Tokyo provides guests is the hotel’s extensive list of amenities, such as uniquely-scented soaps, shampoos and rubber duckies to make bath time in your opulent, free-standing tub just that much better.

Of course, these pale in comparison to the perks offered for the traveler who books a room in the hotel’s newest promotional package, which include a 552-horsepower mid-engined supercar.

It was 50 years ago when the Hilton hotel group opened its initial property in Japan, becoming the first foreign hotelier to do so. To commemorate this milestone, the Tokyo branch of the Conrad, Hilton’s luxury marquee, is teaming up with another company celebrating 50 years since its start: Automobili Lamborghini, whose founder began his career making tractors before moving on to vehicles just a tad sportier.

Bundled as part of the Conrad Tokyo’s “The Ultimate 50” accommodation package is a Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4, and of course the 10-cylinder, 552-horse-power engine that comes with it.

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Since an ordinary, run-of-the-mill supercar just wouldn’t be special enough for this promotion, the Gallardo comes festooned with special Ultimate 50 graphics. A touch garish, but if you’re the kind of person who makes your hotel selections based on what kind of six-figure car is tossed in as an freebie, we’re guessing you can afford to have the thing repainted before you’ll need to drive it to your next barbeque with the other top-tier power brokers of the world.

▼ Looks like it’s time for some rock-paper-scissors to decide who’s taking the subway

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Of course, the enticements of the Ultimate 50 don’t stop there. Aside from three nights’ accommodation in a royal suite with butler service, the Conrad will provide gourmet meals and fine wine, plus a breakfast tour of Tokyo’s famous Tsukiji seafood market by the hotel’s head sushi chef. The package also features a wristwatch from Switzerland’s Blancpain, a timepiece manufacturer that’s older than the United States. Confusingly, the deal also includes chauffeur service with a separate private car for the length of the stay, just in case you happen to get bored of driving the Gallardo during your few days in Tokyo.

The Ultimate 50 is available until March 28, 2014, so mark your calendar now. That may seem like a long way off, but with a price of 50,000,000 yen (US$515,000) for two adults, you’ll want to give your personal assistant plenty of time to make a run to your Swiss bank to withdraw some cash.

Source: RBB Today
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