Número de plantas 7, Hotel
- Estilo y ambiente del hotel
- First hotel of Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group in Japan which is the worlds leading hotel chain with luxury hotels in major cities worldwide.
Situated within the top floors of the state-of-the-art building, Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower, while its business centre and stately banquet and conference facilities reside within the adjacent Mitsui Main Building, a cultural heritage property.
The oversized guestrooms range from 50sqm and spectacular views through the large floor-to ceiling windows in all guestrooms(except corner rooms).
Breathtaking view of the dramatic cityscape and sky above from oversized glass windows at front reception.
The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo is a labyrinth of promise leading to private havens of relaxation. Silent corridors lead off to a selection of treatment rooms and private spa suites.
- Peculiaridad del hotel
- Silent corridors lead to 4 treatment rooms and 5 private spa suites with extraordinary views of the contrasting activity below. Heat and water experiences will ease the body and relieve the mind. The vitality pool gently releases muscle tension, the crystal steam room offers a meditative experience, and a splash from the ice fountain provides a sharp, arctic refresher.
- 00:00 - 24:00
- Recepcion en el fin de semana
- 00:00 - 24:00
- Check-in más temprano
- Check-out más tardío
- Servicios gratis para clientes de HRS
- Prensa diaria gratuita en la habitacion
- Ubicacion del hotel, Zona y sus atracciones turisticas
- Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo is situated within the Otemachi / Marunouchi business district close to Tokyo Station, Tokyo City Airport Terminal and is interlinked with the major underground subway stations. The hotel is on Chuo Dori, the 5th Avenue of the celebrated Nihonbashi District. The area is rich in historical heritage including the original Mitsukoshi Department Store and many other traditional shops, some of which can trace their origins as far back as the 17th Century Edo period. The fashionable Ginza entertainment and shopping district is walking distance. International designers are prominently represented alongside local Ginza boutiques. There are more than 300 art galleries and the traditional Kabuki-za theatre. Only twenty minutes walk from the hotel is the Imperial Palace surrounded by the tranquil waters of its moat, offering islands of calm., The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo