Mandarin Oriental
2-1-1 Nihonbashi Muromachi, Chuo-ku, 103-0022, Japan
Industry rating
5
Check in
15:00
Check out
12:00
Number of rooms
178
Nearest airport(s)
Tokyo Intl (Haneda), Japan (HND) Tokyo Narita Intl, Japan (NRT)

Located within walking distance of Tokyo’s main shopping and entertainment districts, this stunning hotel is at the forefront of modern luxury. After a day of exploration, indulge all the senses with a heavenly treatment at the ethereal spa, before floating back to a beautifully furnished suite with astonishing panoramic city views. Be spoilt for choice with an enticing blend of no less than 10 restaurants, bars and lounges serving divine dishes from molecular cuisine at the tapas bar to fine French dishes at Signature restaurant.

Why we recommend the Mandarin Oriental

  • Luxury hotel with modern amenities
  • Spacious suites with panoramic city views
  • Close to shopping and entertainment
  • Exquisite day spa and fitness centre
  • Various restaurants, bars and lounges

Attractions near the Mandarin Oriental

Learning the ancient art of bushido

You can take home more than a souvenir from your trip to Tokyo – learn the ancient discipline of bushido from a samurai master. The Mugai-ryu training facility in Nihonbashi offers full-day and half-day courses that teach the philosophy and martial arts behind bushido, culminating in a training session with a real sword and presentation of a certificate.

The hotel can also arrange other cultural experiences to enrich your time in Japan, whether you're interested in learning the correct way to prepare sushi or want to take a tour of traditional homes and shrines in the area.

Cruise down the Sumida River

Winding its way through the capital, the Sumida River has always been an icon of Tokyo. Travelling by boat offers a more relaxed alternative to the city’s busy roads and subways, plus it gives the advantage of passing iconic sights such as the Rainbow Bridge.

There are several popular cruise routes including the journey from Asakus to Hinode Pier, which stops off at the picturesque Hamarikyu Garden. If you're feeling indulgent, you can also take a cruise in a traditional yakatabune pleasure boat, as used by the Tokugawa shogun. These cruises come complete with a luxury buffet, music and dance courtesy of talented geishas.

Facilities - General

Laundry serviceWheel chair access in hotel
ConciergeSwimming pool
Swimming poolHealth club or gym
Day spaParking cost applicable

Facilities - Room

Minibar (some rooms)Air conditioning
TelevisionRefrigerator
Internet (wireless)Internet (cable)
Cable TVIn room safe
Room serviceTelephone
Tea and coffee making facilitiesInternet (common wireless)
Non-smoking 

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