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Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo

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Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo Tokyo  Japan
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo Tokyo  Japan
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo Tokyo  Japan
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo Tokyo  Japan
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo Tokyo  Japan
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo Tokyo  Japan
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo Tokyo  Japan
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo Tokyo  Japan
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo Tokyo  Japan
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo Tokyo  Japan
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo Tokyo  Japan
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo Tokyo  Japan
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo Tokyo  Japan
The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo Tokyo  Japan
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo Tokyo  Japan
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo Tokyo  Japan
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo Tokyo  Japan
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo Tokyo  Japan
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo Tokyo  Japan
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo Tokyo  Japan
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo Tokyo  Japan
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo Tokyo  Japan
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo Tokyo  Japan
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo Tokyo  Japan
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo Tokyo  Japan
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo Tokyo  Japan
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo Tokyo  Japan
The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo Tokyo  Japan
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo
Filling the top nine floors of the Cesar Pelli–designed Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower, the Mandarin Oriental explores the themes of woods and water. It’s designed as a large, living tree, with the entrance at the bottom of the tower representing the base. A water wall in the lobby symbolizes the many waterfalls that cascade from Japan’s mountains, while the elevator interiors resemble falling rain. On the top floor, the fabrics and carpets suggest leaves and branches, creating the feeling of a forest canopy. Wood and water motifs recur in wallpaper, drapery, cushion covers, and more throughout the hotel. Some rooms even have sofas upholstered in a patrinia flower motif, while others feature bamboo or carpeted walnut flooring. Views from rooms and public areas include the Imperial Palace Garden to the west, Tokyo Skytree and Sumida River to the east, and Tokyo Bay in the distance to the south, securing the Mandarin Oriental’s status as a true urban oasis.

Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo
There is a sense of serenity when you enter the first floor lobby and notice the woods and water around you. You are then whisked up to the 38th floor where, on clear days, you can see Mount Fuji in the distance when the sky is clear. All of the rooms afford guests with stunning views of either TOKYO SKYTREE and the Sumida river to the east, or the Imperial Palace and Shinjuku to the west.

The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo
Guests are guided through a personalized ‘Spa Journey’ of Asian and western-inspired relaxation. There are nine treatment rooms, four multipurpose rooms, and five private suites along with an extensive range of health and beauty treatments, including Oriental Harmony, which begins with a soothing foot bath and enlists the healing hands of two therapists. The Time Rituals program, for instance, encourage guests to book a length of time and then work with the staff on how best to use it. Services can be tailored to meet individual needs. Did we mention the uplifting views?

Japan, 〒103-8328 TokyoChūō-ku, Nihonbashimuromachi, 2 Chome−1, 2-1-1 Nihonbashi Muromachi Chuo-ku
+81 3-3270-8800