Mandarin Oriental Tokyo
Tokyo Mandarin Oriental occupies several floors in the imposing Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower, surrounded by historic buildings. There are ten restaurants and bars for 178 rooms: some of them are among the top ten fine dining restaurants in the capital, and even the pizzeria is marked with the Bib Gourmand badge, which Michelin awards to informal restaurants of the highest quality.
- Stunning panoramic views
- Rich breakfasts
- Luxury SPA Center
The spa is located on the 37th floor: sitting in the bathtub, you can watch the employees of neighboring offices, while being sure that they do not see you.
The wow effect begins already in the lobby: huge windows and a high ceiling with Art Deco chandeliers. In the design of public spaces, architects have combined two elements — water and wood, and this creates a sense of perfect balance. The hotel rooms are very spacious — especially for Tokyo, and in the shower there are not two, as usual, but three types of water supply.
The Nihonbashi quarter, where the hotel is located, is the best place for interesting shopping. Many shops have existed here for centuries, and their main audience is Japanese craftsmen and aesthetes. For example, there is a shop that sells accessories for calligraphic writing, a shop that sells exclusively different toothpicks and the oldest fruit shop in the city, once opened by a samurai. At the same time, other areas, such as Ginza, and historical attractions can be easily reached on foot or by taxi.