Photo/IllutrationA suite at the Conrad Tokyo (Provided by Japan Travel KK)

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Want to experience life as a jet-setter? For 1 million yen ($9,215), you can find out.

The luxury Conrad Tokyo hotel is offering a special three-day package through Dec. 24 that includes two overnight stays in suites, in the capital and Osaka, a tour in a chartered aircraft and the chance to drive around in a supercar.

The Conrad “Sky Intrigue” package was introduced June 6 to mark the 100th anniversary of U.S. hotel chain Hilton group, which operates Conrad hotels.

The package is limited to a group of two people per day. Guests can choose to depart from either Tokyo or Osaka. Either way, it is priced at 1 million yen for two, excluding tax and service charges.

When the travelers depart from Osaka, they will stay at the Conrad Osaka in the city’s Kita Ward on Day 1. The next day, they will be driven in a luxury car to Kobe Airport to board a chartered flight to Tokyo, taking in stunning views of Mount Fuji, a cluster of “kofun” burial mounds in the Mozu and Furuichi areas of Osaka, and other spots along the way.

The mounds have been recommended for inclusion in UNESCO's World Cultural Heritage list.

In the case of rain, guests will travel by Shinkansen bullet train and receive a refund of about 400,000 yen for that portion of the itinerary.

Once in Tokyo, they will travel in a supercar, such as a McLaren or Lamborghini, and head for the Conrad Tokyo in the capital’s Minato Ward. Customers can either ask for a chauffeur or drive themselves.

They will stay in a suite at each hotel. A special French dinner course and spa treatment are included.

When departing from Tokyo, guests will stay at the Conrad Tokyo on Day 1.

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