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Oriental Bar


Sense Restaurant


Oriental Lounge


Premier Grand Room


Deluxe Room


Couples spa treatments


Spa vitality pool


Dry sauna - and what a view!

Mandarin Oriental Tokyo, Japan

Luxurious and chic hotel, brilliantly located in Tokyo's historic Nihonbashi district

From around £260 per person per night sharing. Flights and transfers available at an additional cost.

Mandarin Oriental Tokyo is an elegant, contemporary hotel located 38 floors above the busy metropolis of Tokyo, giving sensational panoramic views from every room. With luxurious, spacious accommodation, a Spa in the Sky and five restaurants (three with Michelin stars), and its handy proximity to the famous Ginza shopping area and the Imperial Palace Gardens, Mandarin Oriental Tokyo is an excellent choice.


Mandarin Oriental Tokyo has 157 guest rooms and 21 suites all with elegant, contemporary interiors, Japanese inspired fabrics and textiles, the latest technology and panoramic cityscape views through floor to ceiling windows.

Activities & Experiences

The hotel is located in the historic district of Nihonbashi, and there is plenty to see and do in this area alone, including visiting the ancient and fascinating  shops selling traditional items such as fans, laquerware, tea and Japanese handmade paper. Further afield, Tokyo has plenty of galleries and museums, temples and markets, or you might even like to take in some sumo or take part in Sado, a traditional

Japanese tea ceremony.

Facilities & Services

Mandarin Oriental Tokyo has five restaurants (three, with Michelin stars) ranging from fine dining to Italian brasserie and Tapas and two bars offer stunning views for drinks, snacks and cocktails. There is also a Tea Corner where you can enjoy sweet and savoury treats over a cup of Chinese tea. The Spa In The Sky is a luxurious sanctuary offering a range of relaxing and rejuvenating treatments and therapies including holistic signature treatments and invigorating heat and water experiences. There's also a fully equipped fitness centre and a beauty salon.

Weather & Seasons

The best and most popular times to visit Japan are the climatically stable seasons of spring (March to May) and autumn (late September to November). The highlight of spring is the cherry-blossom season. Autumn is an equally good time to travel, with pleasant temperatures and soothing autumn colours, which usually peak between late October and mid-November. 

Getting Here

12 hour flight from London to Tokyo, followed by a 40 minute transfer to the hotel. 

Tailor-Made Journeys in Japan

Our experts in the UK and Japan can include Mandarin Oriental Tokyo (or several other options in the city) as part of a tailor-made tour of Japan. Some of our other recommended places to stay in other parts of Japan include:

Four Seasons Kyoto

Suiran Kyoto

Gora Kadan Hakone

Time to Get in Touch?

Please call us on 0203 019 3722 or simply send us an email outlining your requirements.

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