The Mandarin Oriental, situated on the top 8 floors of the 38 storey Mitsui Nihonbashi Tower, has a prime location in the cultural and financial district, close to the famous Ginza shopping area and not far from the Imperial Palace also. All round, it's hard to beat this placement in Tokyo.
The hotel's main advantage over its competitors is the vantage point gained by all rooms which without exception have city views stretching as far as the eye can see.
Having been greeted on the ground level where the hotel has it's own lobby area and taxi/ limousine station, you will be whisked the 38 floors in a state of the art lift to the checking in lobby on 38th, your luggage sent separately, appearing in your room before you do.
There are 179 rooms, of 5 different sizes ranging from 50m2 up to 250m2 for the Presidential Suite.
Every room is beautifully decked out, but the corner suites are particularly nice with double aspect views and the bathroom having a cityscape view as well which other rooms do not.
All rooms have large LCD TV, small TV in the bathroom, surround sound stereo and DVD/ CD player, auto opening/ closing blackout blinds and curtains, 2 phone lines, Wi-Fi (free), desk, sofa, mini-bar, tea and coffee making facilities, air-conditioning and safe. From the 2 nd category up, they also have a large luggage area and walk-in wardrobe. You'll also get great bathroom products by Aromatherapy Associates, towel bathrobes, slippers and Yukatas for those that prefer something lighter.
The Mandarin's rooms offer one of the highest level of comfort in the city and arguably the best views.
There are 6 main dining options within the building, 5 of them on the 37 th and 38 th floors and an Italian on the 2 nd . The pick of the bunch is the Michelin starred “Signature” French restaurant, with stunning views of the night sky and city lights while you dine of very exquisite French cuisine. The Tapas Molecular Bar is housed within the main bar (“Oriental”) and is something of a cult place since opening; reservations hard to come by since it only seats a lucky 8 people who watch as the Chefs prepare Tapas size morsels from Asia and around the globe. The Mandarin Bar serves excellent bar food and there is an all day restaurant for breakfast lunch and dinner, often with a buffet. Finally there is a Cantonese restaurant so, all in all, a sumptuous choice for all tastes.
Spa / Onsen
The hotel ‘s Spa is an incredible 13,000 square feet housing 09 treatment rooms, vitality and tonic pools, saunas, crystal steam rooms, rainfall showers and an ice fountain. You are recommended to arrive an hour before your treatment is scheduled so you have a consultation and also experience these water based facilities and relax before you even start treatment.
There are 5 suites with city views of varying sizes with different features, sizes and views. The 4 remaining treatment rooms are inner sanctums where no light can penetrate giving a little more calm during the day at least.
There are 5 signature treatments and an a la carte menu to rival any, including wraps, scrubs and beauty treatments as well as the usual body massages and reflexology.
For anyone staying in Tokyo wanting 6 star luxury and service with a great location, The Mandarin has it all. The views from the bedrooms are simply the icing on the cake.
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- 179 rooms
- Deluxe – 50m2
- Premier Grand – 60m2
- Executive Suites – 90m2
- Mandarin Suites– 100m2
- Dynasty Suites - 100m2
- Oriental Suites – 100m2
- Presidential Suite – 250m2
Within the Deluxe category there are varying prices depending on floor height and view.
- Mini bar
- Large Bath
- Separate toilet
- Yukata and slippers
- Wi-Fiinternet (free)
- Tea and coffee making facilities
- DVD/ CD Player and stereo with surround sound
Additional Guest Facilities and Features
- Yoga (on request)
- 2 Bars
- Chinese Tea Corner
- Spa shop
- 6 restaurants
- Gym with views over the city
- Limo services
- Laptop, mobile phone and pager rentals
Touring & Exploring
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After arriving at central station from the airport, you will be met and transferred to the hotel in 5-7 minutes. Alternatively take a limousine from the aiport directly to the hotel's front door.
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