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Rooms have the native patrinia flower motif inlaid into the sofa fabric and also feature large bay windows, and a choice of bamboo or carpeted and walnut flooring. Full review →
The overall effect is one of sophisticated calm, but the panoramic views of Tokyo and all its thrilling commotion... are guaranteed to keep your pulse up.
"See Mount Fuji from the breakfast room" at this hotel located at the top of the Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower and designed around the themes of forest and water. Full review →
The service here is beyond attentive, and that’s saying a lot in Tokyo. Full review →
Japanese artisan materials, such as paper lanterns, hanging textiles, and traditional furnishings, embellish the rooms and lobby of this distinguished hotel.
Occupying the top nine floors of the glistening Nihombashi Mitsui Tower, this hotel is a blend of harmony and outright modernity. Full review →
Zip up to the wood-filled 38th-floor lobby of Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo to discover a stylish hot spot. Full review →
Located in the historic Nihonbashi district... this sophisticated hotel occupies the top floors of the soaring Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower. Full review →Be sure to check with the concierge for cultural excursions offered by the hotel.
This luxury oasis quite literally drifts in the clouds above Tokyo. Full review →
The Mandarin boasts cavernous, exquisitely decorated suites, two Michelin-starred restaurants and a lofty spa from which you can sometimes poke Mt Fuji with your toes. Full review →
The Japanese-inspired decoration adds to the elegance and tranquillity of this hotel. Full review →
No expense has been spared in this new addition to the Mandarin Oriental group.
The luxurious facilities and uninterrupted views over the rooftops—with Mount Fuji's distinctive silhouette visible on clear days—place it in the highest rank of the city's hotels. Full review →
A sleek, skyscraper-hotel with superlative service, Japanese-inspired design, and some of the best views across the capital, located in the Nihonbashi district. Full review →
Focusing not just on Tokyo, but on the historic Nihonbashi area in which it sits, the Mandarin is the antidote to that feeling that luxury hotels are the same the world over. Full review →
Located near Tokyo Station in the Mitsui Tower, the Mandarin Oriental rises above the historical merchant district of Nihonbashi. Full review →Plan extra spa time for a soak in the power-jet “vitality and tonic” pools after your treatment.
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