Mandarin Oriental Tokyo

The Mandarin Oriental Tokyo dazzles with its sweeping skyline panoramas from every corner of the hotel, as well as faultless service, oversized guestrooms and around a dozen dining haunts too, including two Michelin-starred restaurants.

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 onsite, 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 specialties 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.