Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo is located at Tokyo’s Nihonbashi neighborhood, near Tokyo Station and Tokyo Stock Exchange, with views of the Tokyo Imperial Palace garden and Tokyo Bay. The hotel, opened in December 2005, is managed by Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group. The hotel has 178 guestrooms and suites as well as ten restaurants and bars. Among the restaurants, Sense, Signature and Tapas Molecular Bar have each been awarded Michelin Stars.Additionally, the hotel operates a spa, which, in 2011, was named by Conde Nast Traveller readers as one of the Top 25 spas in the world.Other hotel features include events facilities, a beauty salon and a business center.
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo, Japan occupies the top nine floors of the Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower. The hotel’s 178 guest rooms are spread across the 30th through 36th floors of the building; The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo and several of the hotel's restaurants and bars are located on the 37th and 38th floors of the building. A very deliberate design concept governs the look and feel of the hotel with an aesthetic predicated on the themes of woods and water.To that end, “the hotel has been conceived as a single, large, living tree, with the guestrooms as branches.”All rooms at the Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo offer a view. The hotel houses a spa as well as numerous restaurants and bars, which include three Michelin Star restaurants. Additionally, the hotel contains a large ballroom, four banquet rooms and six meeting rooms. There is a Sanctuary Chapel at Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo as well.
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo is a 2011 "American Academy of Hospitality Sciences" Six Star Diamond award winner and was Institutional Investor’s choice for “Best Hotel in the World” in 2010.