Mandarin Oriental Tokyo

Step inside the Mandarin Oriental Tokyo, a den of decadence with its walls of glass overlooking the city from up high, and the finest interiors that bring together modern sophistication and local cultural heritage.

Light-filled spaces are tastefully styled with framed kimonos, bamboo wood and flowers or bonsai trees, while gracious staff diligently tend to your every whim; whether that’s in the vaulted lobby at check-in, one of the many restaurants or during a heavenly wellness treatment.

The spa is wonderfully equipped too, with suites overlooking Tokyo, steam rooms, a beauty salon and saunas, the latter also coming with captivating skyline views. You might want to work out in the gym while admiring the panorama, go for a Pilates class or try some personal training, that is, when you’re not out making the most of Tokyo’s many nearby delights. Before heading out, pick up some essentials from the artisan food store on site, then simply head down to the basement where there’s a convenient subway stop connecting you to the city; genius.

What’s more, while Tokyo is bursting at the seams with incredible places to eat and drink, several of those options are found in the Mandarin Oriental itself. On top of sensory dining experiences at the Tapas Molecular Bar, Italian fare at K’shiki, and Mediterranean buffets at Veraglio, there are two Michelin-starred restaurants at the hotel: Sense, serving Cantonese cuisine, and French specialities at Signature. This is before even mentioning the bars and lounges, tea rooms and pizza joints; you can find it all here under one glamorous Mandarin Oriental roof.


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Accommodation Options

The 179 rooms and suites at Mandarin Oriental Tokyo are delightfully spacious, with a floorplan of no less than 50sq m – truly indulgent for a city centre hotel. They are housed on the 30th to 36th floors of the building, an elevated position that grants them sweeping views of the city, Tokyo Bay, Skytree Tower and, on clear days, Mount Fuji in the distance (in-room binoculars are provided to help you survey your surroundings). Expect total pampering with Toto toilets, a box of luxury toiletries, bathtubs and separate showers in the sleek en suites; nods to nature with surfaces hewn from timber, stone, bamboo and granite; and a framed isegata in each guestroom, an ode to the site’s former life as a kimono boutique. Large TVs, daybeds, air-conditioning and floor-to-ceiling windows come as standard.

Deluxe Room
deluxe room
The hotel’s entry-level room is generous in size at 50sq m, found on floors 30-36 with a choice of king-size or twin beds, views of the city and a bathtub in the luxurious en suite bathrooms.
Deluxe Premier Room
deluxe premier room
Looking out over the iconic Skytree Tower, the king or twin Deluxe Premier Rooms offer a slightly more privileged experience though have the same amenities and layout over 50sq m, set on floors 32-36.
Deluxe Corner Room
deluxe corner room
Also flaunting 50sq m but located in the corners of floors 33-36 for even better views of Tokyo Bay or the city through two sets of floor-to-ceiling windows; plus either one king-size or two queen-size beds.
Mandarin Grand Room
mandarin grand room
Available with either one king-size bed, twin or triple setup, the Mandarin Grand Room flaunts 60sq m, city views and a spa bathroom, on floors 30-36 of the hotel.
Executive Suite
executive suite
Relax in 90sq m of luxury in the Executive Suite, complete with a living room, king-size or twin beds, powder room and views of the city or Skytree Tower, on floors 33-35.
Mandarin Suite
mandarin suite
Available with either a king-size or twin beds, the 100sq m Mandarin Suite is a stunning abode with huge windows framing the city from the 30th-32nd floors, a living room and powder room.
Mandarin Corner Suite
mandarin corner suite
A charming corner suite with large windows on two sides for more generous views of the city (and Skytree Tower in some). At 100sq m, it also houses a living room, king-size bed and powder room, and can be interconnected with other rooms/suites to accommodate larger groups or families travelling to Tokyo.
Oriental suite
oriental suite
A 100sq m haven on floors 33-36 with a king-size bed, large living room with L-shaped sofa, multiple walls of glass framing the city outside, walk-in wardrobe and opportunity to connect to other rooms.
Presidential Suite
presidential suite
A decadent abode of 250sq m on the 36th floor with views over Tokyo Bay. This exquisite suite sports one bedroom (king-size), dining room, vast living room with cinematic TV and library, spa bathroom, and the chance to connect to a 50sq m twin room.



Sample Michelin-starred, haute French cuisine in the skies at the hotel’s Signature restaurant, where the panoramic views of Tokyo make for a stunning complement to the upscale menu here.

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Also Michelin-starred, Sense is a sumptuous eatery serving Cantonese fare in a mood-lit dining room overlooking the Tokyo skyline. At the weekend, the restaurant offers a special Dim Sum menu between 11am and 3pm.

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Tapas Molecular Bar
Tapas Molecular Bar

An extraordinary experience awaits at this sushi bar, where you are treated to molecular cuisine which seeks to illuminate cutting-edge textures and tastes in the most creative of ways – which you can admire as the chefs prepare plates right before you. Be sure to book a seat at the eight-person table in advance, as this is a most popular dining haunt.

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Sense Tea Corner
Sense Tea Corner

Choose from 20 types of delicate leaves and accompany it with a delicious pastry at this high-end tea room, found next to Sense restaurant.

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Feast on a buffet spread for breakfast, loaded with both Japanese and international favourites, or sit down for an a la carte, Italian lunch/dinner later in the day.

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The Pizza Bar on 38th
The Pizza Bar on 38th

As its name gives away, this is a chic pizza joint on the 38th floor of the hotel where some of the best pizzas this side of Italy are presented, straight to you from the brick oven.

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A more relaxed restaurant – though still utterly tasteful – Ventaglio specialises in Mediterranean fare, served buffet-style for lunch and dinner in a space awash with greenery.

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The Cellar
The Cellar

Opt for a private French or Cantonese meal in the Cellar, surrounded by hundreds of wine bottles in the most atmospheric of spaces.

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Mandarin Bar
Mandarin Bar

Live Jazz, polished interiors and drinks mixed to perfection; the Mandarin Bar is not to be missed.

Oriental Lounge
Oriental Lounge

Unwind with your favourite tipple in the Oriental Lounge, on the lobby of the 38th floor. Come by for a Japanese or American breakfast, delectable afternoon tea, or drinks at any time of day.

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Activities and Entertainment

Being such a well-placed Tokyo hotel, staying at the Mandarin Oriental means that you have so much on your doorstep to enjoy: from shops and restaurant to entertainment and leisure. Be sure to explore the Imperial Palace, and immerse yourself in Japanese culture by learning the art of bushido (the Samurai’s code of honour), taking sushi-making classes, watching a Geisha performance, creating origami or preparing tea the traditional way.


The spa at Mandarin Oriental Tokyo invites you to relax and restore with the spellbinding skyline as a backdrop, particularly if in one of the luxury spa suites which benefit from wraparound windows. Any treatment you select begins with a foot therapy to lull you into a blissful state, and there’s also a beauty salon, spa boutique, separate relaxation lounges for men and women, as well as a crystal steam room, sauna with city views and rain showers (all also separated for men and women). On top of the fabulous spa there’s a fitness centre offering yoga and Pilates, extensive gym equipment and personal training.


Nihonbashi, Tokyo, Japan. The Mandarin Oriental hotel enjoys a rather privileged position in the attractive Nihonbashi district, close to Ginza and many of the city’s best shopping highlights just a ten-minute taxi ride to the Imperial Palace. Conveniently, there’s a subway station in the basement of the hotel building, Mitsukoshi-mae, while Tokyo Station is just 8 minutes away for connections to destinations outside of the capital by bullet train. Narita International Airport is an hour’s drive.

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