Friday, April 13, 2012

Mandarin Oriental Tokyo

The dramatic first impression of your arrival at Mandarin Oriental Tokyo will remain with you throughout your stay. The extraordinary lobby surrounded by glass of the Mandarin Oriental Tokyo, has been voted the best in the world by first class travellers. Sped 38 floors up by private elevator you step out and virtually into a panorama of Tokyo city. That stunning sight is offered to guests at every opportunity; bringing a remarkable sense of space to all rooms and suites, serving as a spectacular backdrop to the restaurants and making a visit to the spa in the sky a journey to heaven.

At street level, key destinations are within easy reach as the address in Nihonbashi is literally the centre of Tokyo.

With its superb location in the city’s prestigious financial district, Mandarin Oriental Tokyo brings contemporary elegance to Nihonbashi, the historical and cultural centre of Tokyo commerce. True to its surroundings, the first Mandarin Oriental hotel in Japan dynamically blends the best of past and future architectural splendor. It is graced with spacious guest rooms, an oasis-like, fabulously well-appointed award-winning spa, and paradigm setting bar and restaurants situated upon the uppermost floors of the soaring Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower. In addition, stately banquet and conference facilities reside within the Tower’s impressive atrium podium and adjacent Mitsui Main Building, a cultural heritage property.
Overlooking the Imperial Palace garden to the West and Tokyo Bay to the Southeast, Mandarin Oriental Tokyo's central location has direct subway access via Mitsukoshi-mae Station on the Ginza line to all major points of the city. In addition, Tokyo Station, the world-renowned Ginza shopping district, and the Tokyo Stock Exchange are all within 5-10 minutes walking distance.

Also just a stone’s throw from Mandarin Oriental Tokyo is the celebrated ‘Bridge of Japan’ from which Nihonbashi derives its name. At one time, this was the traditional ‘zero-mile marker’ officially designating one’s arrival in the capital. Japan’s major financial, insurance, and securities firms grew around this landmark, along with many traditional shops, shrines, and galleries. Tokyo International Forum, a convention and performing arts centre, and another landmark itself, is only a five-minute drive, while historical edifices such as the famous Mitsukoshi Department Store and Bank of Japan are just steps away from the hotel.

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