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Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • wonderful spa and concierge service
  • nice city views
  • attractive room interiors

    Cons

  • pricey
  • quiet area on the weekends
  • no pool

Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo Review

Occupying the top nine floors of the glistening Nihombashi Mitsui Tower, this hotel is a blend of harmony and outright modernity. The Mandarin's amazing rooms, tastefully decorated in dark and light browns, are crowned with large picture windows displaying an exquisite panorama of city lights. Luxurious touches like the down bedding, superb linens, and in-room newspaper delivery insure a cozy haven. Corner rooms have sunken marble tubs that allow you to gaze out windows while soaking. Signature body scrubs and massages can be enjoyed in one of the spa's nine rooms. The gym and award-winning restaurants (both modern and traditional cuisines) are top of the line, but guests suffering extravagance overload (and the accompanying prices) can take a short stroll toward Tokyo Station, with its variety of tiny watering holes and izakaya (Japanese pubs).

    Hotel Details

  • 157 rooms, 21 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
Updated: 08-13-2013

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