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Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo

2-1-1 Nihonbashi Muromachi, Chuo-ku 
Tokyo, 103-8328
Japan

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Overview

Guests arriving at Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Tokyo are ushered from a private entrance, whisked directly to the 38th floor Sky Lobby and presented with a breathtaking view of the dramatic cityscape. Above, the sky is revealed through the vast glass windows. There is no doubt the new Mandarin Oriental hotel epitomizes sophisticated luxury.

Whilst incorporating the highest levels of technology the hotel has been designed with a vision to ensure guests have an unmistakable sense of the unique city in which they are staying. Inspired by tradition the contemporary interior subtly captures the essence of 'Forest and Water' expressing the Japanese appreciation of nature.

At every opportunity, guests are offered panoramic vistas of Tokyo. And at street level, key city destinations are equally easy to see. The luxury hotel is located on Chuo Dori, the "5th Avenue" of the rich historical district off Nihonbashi. The area includes the original Mitsukoshi Department Store and exciting new developments, CORED 2 and CORED 3, which include luxury shopping, innovative restaurants and cinema complex. The renowned Ginza entertainment and shopping district is within walking distance and in less than twenty minutes you can stroll to the Imperial Palace.

Exclusive Amenities

  • American Breakfast for two daily
  • $100 Hotel credit per room, per stay. Applicable to Restaurants (excluding Gourmet Shop, Sushi Shin), In room dining and Spa treatments only (excluding Spa Merchandise). (Credit has no cash value)
  • Personalized Welcome amenities
  • Complimentary High Speed Internet Access
The following amenities are subject to availability at time of check-in/departure:
  • Upgrade to the next room category (room to room, suite to suite)
  • Early Check-In
  • Late Check-Out

Check In: 3:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM

Accommodations

Number of Rooms: 179

Presidential Suite

The Presidential Suite is designed to impress guests with the highest expectations. You will see it in the fabrics and materials, the intelligent room layout, the outstanding spa bathroom and of course the service, with dedicated staff providing a discrete attendance.

The rooms are vast and the layout is purposefully versatile with one or two bedroom options, still allowing for a 33 square meter master bedroom and a sizeable walk-in wardrobe. Light floods through the floor to ceiling glass giving a deep sheen to the lengths of walnut flooring. The bathroom is your private spa with water treatments to invigorate or relax. Separate study, living room, dining room seating 8, pantry, hall and powder room, ensure that you would be extremely comfortable making this your home for an extended stay.

Ever since Mitsukoshi opened a fabric shop here more than 300 years ago, the stories of Nihonbashi and the kimono have been intertwined. The unique ‘Isegata’, a pattern for Yukata, mounted on the wall is a collector’s piece and master artisans were commissioned to create many original fabrics for these rooms expressing the artistic and cultural traditions of Japan. The details throughout the rooms epitomize rare luxury. The Japanese have an appreciation for the singular beauty of individual pieces which then come together in an exhilarating harmony; this will symbolize your stay in our Presidential Suite.

Approximately 250 square meters/2675 square feet.

 

Oriental Suite

The interiors are calming, reminiscent of forest glades. The curtains are a chenille weave in a motif of quercus serrata branches. The bed coverings are a soft, smooth fabric decorated in a tree-leaf theme, conjuring an image of lying down in a bed of fallen leaves. This is the atmosphere and level of comfort we wish to provide our guests of the Oriental Suite.

The huge living area includes a lazy chair and ottoman. Connecting rooms are available for families or larger parties. Situated on the higher floors with a glass wall that stretches the length of the suite with views as far as Mount Fuji or the elegant Imperial Palace and Gardens, which is walking distance from the hotel.

Approximately 100 square metres/1070 square feet.

 

Mandarin Suite

The design of these suites expresses the traditional Japanese values of understatement and reserve whilst reflecting our guests’ appreciation of luxury. The layout offers some particular benefits for our business guests. You enter the living room, which has an interview and office space, as well as a softer relaxation area. The visitor areas are entirely separate from the bedroom, including their own powder room, ensuring guest’s privacy. Connecting rooms are available.

The technology throughout all our rooms is extremely sophisticated, laptop connections to the 45” LCD screen enable you to prepare or give high quality mini presentations.

The suites offer excellent views including the interesting historic area around Tokyo station, just 12 minutes walk away, and the original shopping district, where business has been evolving since the 17th century Edo period.

Approximately 100 square meters/1070 square feet.

 

Executive Suite

Both twin and king-bedded Executive suites offer sweeping views. In the day time light streams right through to the bathrooms; at night it is a powerful sight to gaze across the neon lit city from 30 floors up, and quite a sensation from the comfort of your bed. In the king bedded rooms the designer tub is right by the glass, luxuriate and enjoy the view.

The suite’s plan is particularly versatile. The bedroom has a built in wardrobe, make-up table and twin sinks. The living room is spacious with a separate entrance area and powder room for guests.

The rare ‘Isegata’ hung on the wall is an original yukata stencil and part of a unique collection by Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo. Yukatas represent many things, specifically the Japanese culture of hospitality. Guests will feel extremely comfortable settling into this room for longer stays. We welcome you.

Approximately 90 square meters/964 square feet.

 

Deluxe Corner Room

Two glass walls stretch the length and breadth of the room, one right through to the bathroom. The bathroom is designed to maximize the view, with the sunken bath placed right against the glass wall guests can recline and gaze down to the city up to 36 floors below. Grey and white marble stripes give a light Italian finish but the details are sympathetic to Japan. In the rooms you’ll find burnished lacquer-ware boxes, a fine Yukata and carefully selected pieces of local art.

Connecting rooms are available for larger parties.

Approximately 50 square meters/530 square feet.

 

Mandarin Grand Room

These spacious rooms include a large walk in wardrobe. Every anticipated technology and comfort is provided from wireless broadband to the highest quality Egyptian cotton bed sheets introduced into a Japanese hotel. The difference as ever in a Mandarin Oriental hotel is our unique sense of place. You’ll find this in the details: Japanese lacquer-ware presentation boxes containing a fine Yukata, or the delicate fabrics used to cover the ceilings with details of nature, specifically revered by the Japanese culture, or the pale bamboo wood floors that spread light through the rooms.

Views from the 34 to 36 floor extend through the high rise of Shinjuku and down to the historic Tokyo station only 12 minutes walk from the hotel.

Approximately 60 square meters/642 square feet.

 

Deluxe Premier Room

Situated from floors 32 to 36 these rooms offer the highest views across the open expanse of East Side Tokyo and the city’s residential area. Of course as impressive as it is this urban view does not reflect the heart of the Japanese aesthetic, which is centered on nature and the harmonious principles of forest and water. It is these details that are reflected in the room, be it the ‘washi’, a Japanese paper, used in the light shades, the grain of the walnut wood floor or the fall of the rainforest shower.

All of our rooms incorporate seamless technology, wired and wireless broadband, superb surround sound systems and vitally the smoothest Egyptian cotton bed sheets introduced by any hotel in Japan.

Approximately 50 square meters/530 square feet.

 

Deluxe Room

The rooms are designed to express the traditional Japanese aesthetic values and reflect their reverence for nature. Natural textiles and fabrics detail elements of forest and water: twigs, partrinia and fallen leaves motifs appear in wallpapers and soft covers. The bathrooms are absolutely luxurious yet true to the Japanese instinct for understatement. Divided from the room by a spread of glass, one flick of a blind reveals a clear sight right across the City's east towards Tokyo Bay, these rooms are between floors 30 and 33.

Approximately 50 square meters/530 square feet.

 

Mandarin Corner Suite

Our corner suites enjoy wonderful views of Mount Fuji and the elegant Imperial Palace and Gardens. The beautiful bedroom has large windows and the bathroom features a walk-in rainforest shower and bathtub with city views. 

Guest Services

Facilities

Business Center

Fitness Center

Gift Shop

Massage Treatments

Spa Studio with Serail room

Gourmet/Pastry Shop

Situated at street level on Chuo Dori, the pulsating artery of Nihonbashi, is a convenient luxury stop-off for those who are looking for perfect solutions for tasteful gifts and premium souvenirs to take home. Our Gourmet Shop offers only the finest homemade sweets collection by our Executive Pastry Chef, including artisanal cakes, chocolates, pastries, jellies and jams, as well as fresh breads and deli items, for eat-in and takeaway. Fragrant original tea and excellent coffee, made in collaboration with the internationally known barista, Mr Hiroshi Sawada, are a perfect match for them. Gourmet retail items from Japan and abroad thoughtfully selected by our Chefs team are available as well. The signature cake of our Executive Pastry Chef,

Hair Salon

DINING

Signature

Chef Nicolas Boujéma’s authentic French cuisine served rejuvenates traditional French cooking techniques with distinctive modern flair that results in exquisitely presented dishes. In additional to the main dining area which looks out over Otemachi, the beloved Imperial Palace, and Shinjuku’s striking skyline, there is also a private room, which seats up to ten guests, and a free, semi-private space offering spectacular views across Tokyo Bay and Ginza on one side, and Otemachi on the other. Single Michelin starred dining.

Sense

Sweeping views to the east including the Tokyo Skytree® tower are paired with exotic Eastern flavors at Sense. Chef Tokukatsu Toh deftly prepares authentic and contemporary Cantonese cuisine with particular delicacy and flair, and creating exquisitely light flavors. A menu including Napoleon fish (a popular delicacy in Hong Kong), and the freshest Chinese vegetable dishes, are sure to titillate the palate of even the most discerning diner. Dim Sum brunch is served on weekends and holidays. Single Michelin starred dining.

Sense Tea Corner

Dramatically rising from the atrium to the ceiling above is a three-tiered wall of fire. This splendid design element is the focal point of the tearoom, positioned adjacent to the stairwell from the 37th to the 38th floor. More than twenty different types of fragrant teas mainly from China and Taiwan -- from green tea with powerful healing properties to pu-erh tea for connoisseurs -- are served. With its relaxed and serene atmosphere, Sense Tea Corner is the perfect place to socialize and appreciate the purity and splendor of tea, while also getting a ‘taste’ of the astonishingly pretty views of Tokyo. On weekends and public holidays a unique Chinese Afternoon tea is served, included of some traditional Cantonese snacks, small dishes and pastry in a classic tea set, together with one free flow premium tea from Jing Tea.

K'shiki

K’shiki brings the flavour of Italy to the heart of the Japanese capital with Chef Daniele Cason’s authentic Trattoria-style Italian cuisine. Situated on the 38th floor with its dazzling panoramic views over the Tokyo skyline towards Mt. Fuji, K’shiki offers delectable all-day comfort food for the urban gourmand. K’shiki is ideal for all types of dining occasions, such as business lunches or dinner gatherings, and offers semi-private rooms which seat up to eight guests.

Ventaglio

Located on the second floor of the Cesar Pelli-designed Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower, Ventaglio is a vibrant dining destination with a casual yet chic feel. Using only the best-quality ingredients and inspired by the fascinating array of Mediterranean flavors from the shores of Southern France to the coast of North Africa, Ventaglio offers a tantalizing lunch buffet with a delicious selection of regional antipasti, grilled fish and meats – together with a stunning array of desserts. At night, select from an extensive buffet ranging from Spanish Tapas to classic Greek and Turkish favorites served with a unique selection of wines that complement the cuisine.

Mandarin Bar

Situated in the center of the 37th floor dining area, the ultra-stylish Mandarin Bar provides an excellent spot to meet for an aperitif, or a chic place to retire after dinner to chill out to live jazz (performed nightly from Monday to Saturday). Here, guests can relax within the warm, sophisticated wooden interior, sip a glass of champagne, a selection from the wine cellar, wide variety of rare Japanese and foreign whiskies or something from the Mandarin Bar’s vast well of original cocktails – prepared and served by bartenders.

Oriental Lounge 

On the 38th floor, just off the main lobby is the cozy but refined Oriental Lounge, where guests can order set breakfast, freshly coffees, an impressive assortment of fresh fruit juices, and afternoon tea served in legendary Mandarin style. A selection of liquors from around the world, and Mandarin Oriental’s gamut of fastidiously blended original cocktails can also be enjoyed here, while guests take in sweeping views of the treasured Imperial Palace, and the famed districts of Shinjuku and Ueno.

Tapas Molecular Bar

Guests can be a part of a unique ‘molecular’ experience, served sushi bar-style, at this wonderfully unique tapas bar situated within the Oriental Lounge. Over the course of about two hours, chefs prepare bite-sized delicacies right before your eyes, creating new textures and flavor combinations to stimulate both the imagination and the palate. Limited to a seating of only 16 people per session, this is the ultimate gourmet tasting menu. It boldly explores the ‘Science of Cuisine.’

Gourmet Shop

A luxurious shop offering the finest home made cakes, chocolates and breads to take away. All our food from pastries to fine teas are beautifully presented which makes the smallest selection something special. Thoughtfully packaged hand dipped chocolates and patisseries are perfect solutions for impromptu gifts.

The Pizza Bar on 38th

For the ultimate Italian fare head to The Pizza Bar on 38th for sizzling pizzas created at your counter by our master pizza maker (pizzaiolo) and served straight from the brick oven. Highlights include classic Bufala, a celebration of simple traditional flavors made with fresh Buffalo mozzarella, tomato and basil atop a perfectly baked organic pizza crust. Chef Daniele’s pizza dough is made with Italian organic flour using just one gram of yeast and 80% water for a 48-hour fermentation to create the very lightest and digestible crust. Pizzas are served on our trademark wooden board at an exclusive 8-seat marble top bar for an Italian twist on the classic Chef’s Table.

Attractions

Map / Location

[ Print Directions ]

From Narita Airport - Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo (from Keiyo Doro):

  • Take the Expressway and follow the line until Miyanogi Junction
  • Change the way onto the Keiyo-Doro
  • Drive straight over the Metropolitan Expressway until the Hakozaki Junction
  • Change the line bound for Shinjuku
  • Stay on the direction for Shinjuku at Edobashi Junction
  • Take the Gofukubashi Exit
  • Turn left at the first stop
  • Drive straight and turn left at the second traffic light
  • Drive straight and turn left on the second traffic light after crossing Mitsukoshi Department Store
  • Entrance to Mandarin Oriental is on the left. Please park the car at the hotel entrance for valet parking

From Narita International Airport – Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo (from Wangan line):

  • Take the Expressway and follow the line until Narashino Barrier
  • Change to the Metropolitan Expressway
  • At Tatsumi Junction, get into line 9 bound for Hakozaki
  • Follow the line for Shinjuku at each Hakozaki and Edobashi Junction
  • Take the Gofukubashi Exit
  • Turn left at the first stop
  • Drive straight and turn left at the second traffic light
  • Drive straight and turn left on the second traffic light after crossing Mitsukoshi Department Store
  • Entrance to Mandarin Oriental is on the left. Please park the car at the hotel entrance for valet parking

From Haneda Airport – Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo

  • Take the Wangan Line straight for Chiba
  • Change to the Metropolitan Expressway Line 1 at the Oi Junction
  • At Edobashi Junction, turn left for Ikebukuro and Shinjuku
  • Take the Gofukubashi Exit
  • Turn left at the first stop
  • Drive straight and turn left at the second traffic light
  • Drive straight and turn left on the second traffic light after crossing Mitsukoshi Department Store
  • Entrance to Mandarin Oriental is on the left. Please park the car at the hotel entrance for valet parking

Nearby airports: Tokyo [Narita], Japan
Distance: 50 Miles

[ Print Directions ]

From Narita Airport - Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo (from Keiyo Doro):

  • Take the Expressway and follow the line until Miyanogi Junction
  • Change the way onto the Keiyo-Doro
  • Drive straight over the Metropolitan Expressway until the Hakozaki Junction
  • Change the line bound for Shinjuku
  • Stay on the direction for Shinjuku at Edobashi Junction
  • Take the Gofukubashi Exit
  • Turn left at the first stop
  • Drive straight and turn left at the second traffic light
  • Drive straight and turn left on the second traffic light after crossing Mitsukoshi Department Store
  • Entrance to Mandarin Oriental is on the left. Please park the car at the hotel entrance for valet parking

From Narita International Airport – Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo (from Wangan line):

  • Take the Expressway and follow the line until Narashino Barrier
  • Change to the Metropolitan Expressway
  • At Tatsumi Junction, get into line 9 bound for Hakozaki
  • Follow the line for Shinjuku at each Hakozaki and Edobashi Junction
  • Take the Gofukubashi Exit
  • Turn left at the first stop
  • Drive straight and turn left at the second traffic light
  • Drive straight and turn left on the second traffic light after crossing Mitsukoshi Department Store
  • Entrance to Mandarin Oriental is on the left. Please park the car at the hotel entrance for valet parking

From Haneda Airport – Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo

  • Take the Wangan Line straight for Chiba
  • Change to the Metropolitan Expressway Line 1 at the Oi Junction
  • At Edobashi Junction, turn left for Ikebukuro and Shinjuku
  • Take the Gofukubashi Exit
  • Turn left at the first stop
  • Drive straight and turn left at the second traffic light
  • Drive straight and turn left on the second traffic light after crossing Mitsukoshi Department Store
  • Entrance to Mandarin Oriental is on the left. Please park the car at the hotel entrance for valet parking

Nearby airports: Tokyo [Haneda], Japan
Distance: 15 Miles

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