Mandarin Oriental Tokyo

The Mandarin Oriental is a chic hotel located in a commanding position high above the busy metropolis of Tokyo, giving unparalleled views. It is just a short distance from the exclusive Ginza shopping area and the Imperial Palace Gardens.

Tokyo, Japan
Mandarin Oriental Tokyo
  • Eyepopping views from every corner of the hotel, this is the only place to be if you want to take in the full grandeur of the Tokyo Skyline

  • Super convenient  location atop the Mitsukoshimae Subway station, no need for tricky taxi rides

  • The surrounding Nihonbashi neighborhood was once the historical center and is now the Tokyo business district yet retained a lot of traditional artisanal shops

  • The signature Mandarin Spa is one of the largest and best in the city. Book a jetlag relieving massage to ready yourself for the cultural adventure ahead

Located on the top seven floors of the Mitsui Tower, the Mandarin Oriental’s private elevator whisks guests to the astounding Sky Lobby on the 38th floor for check in. From this point on the simply startling views of the city beneath are everywhere, including your opulent bathroom, spacious bedroom and even from your massage bed in the spa.

Each guest room and suite offers a unique sense of space. Not only are they some of the largest in Japan, the boundaries of the rooms dissolve with the expanse of glass walls and endless views across the city of Tokyo. This is consistently amplified throughout the hotel with floor to ceiling walls offering panoramic views.

With such a wonderful backdrop, the Mandarin Oriental's many restaurants all have a sense of drama, a good example of this being the glass staircase suspended over water at the entrance to the fine dining restaurants Sense and Signature. Equally dramatic is the Tapas Molecular Bar where over two hours chefs will prepare over 20 bite sized delicacies, demonstrating the science of flavor.

For the ultimate experience, visit the Spa In The Sky on the 36th floor for a relaxing treatment - high up above the chaos and traffic below, specialist therapists will indulge you with luxurious treatments from both Eastern and Western-inspired traditions.

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Top tip:

After a long day or shopping or sightseeing ensure you enjoy relaxing in the vitality pool, sauna and steam room, while taking in the city views.

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Tokyo, Japan

Centrally located in Tokyo's Nihonbashi business district, close to the Imperial Palace and the renowned Ginza entertainment and shopping district

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