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High above the city, Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo is a five-star luxury hotel with views to take your breath away. Exuding crisp, contemporary style, we pride ourselves on our excellent technology, renowned spa, innovative restaurants and impeccable service.

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Rooms & Suites

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Presidential Suite

I prefer a Presidential one-bed suite with dining room, living room and spa bathroom.

The large master bedroom boasts a walk-in wardrobe, while the adjoining spa bathroom features a Jacuzzi bath next to the window. Accommodation also includes a dining room for 8 people, study, living room, pantry and powder room.

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Executive Suite

I'd like a one-bed suite with living room and views of Tokyo Bay or the city.

These spacious suites offer a separate entrance area, bedroom, living room and a guest powder room. Bathrooms are wonderfully appointed with walk-in showers and baths, which are positioned against the window in king-bedded suites.

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Mandarin Suite

I prefer a 100sqm one-bed suite with a living room, city views and a powder room.

This spacious one-bed suite features a bedroom, living room with seating and desk areas, and a guest powder room. The bathroom enjoys the luxury of a walk-in rainforest shower and stand-alone bath. Views stretch over the city.

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Mandarin Corner Suite

I prefer a suite with stunning city and Mount Fuji views and a spacious living room.

Our corner suites enjoy wonderful views of Mount Fuji and the elegant Imperial Palace and Gardens. The beautiful bedroom has large windows and the bathroom features a walk-in rainforest shower and bathtub with city views. 

 

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Oriental Suite

I prefer views of Mount Fuji from a spacious one-bed suite with separate living room.

With windows stretching the length of the suite, views reach as far as Mount Fuji and the Imperial Palace. A king bedroom likes next to a bathroom with bath and walk-in shower, and a living room with seating and desk areas.

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Deluxe Room

I prefer a sweeping city view through floor-to-ceiling windows from a high floor.

Located between our 30th and 36th floors, rooms enjoy a sweeping view through floor-to-ceiling windows across the city. The living area features a sofa and desk. Bathrooms incorporate windows and both a bath and walk-in shower.

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Deluxe Premier Room

I would like views of the Skytree ® Tower and a spacious living area.

Offering views of the Tokyo Skytree ® tower, these rooms are situated between the 32nd and 36th floors. The spacious layout includes a bedroom with seating and work areas, and a bathroom with bath and rainforest shower.

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Deluxe Corner Room

I'd like city or bay views from my corner room with two walls of windows.

Flooded with light from two walls of windows, these corner rooms offer breathtaking views of the city. To make the most of the fabulous views, the bathroom features a sunken bath against the window and a walk-in shower.

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Mandarin Grand Room

I would like views of Mount Fuji from my spacious 60sqm room with spa-like bathroom.

Located between our 30th and 36th floors, views from these, our largest rooms, stretch over Shinjuku towards Mount Fuji in the distance. The spa-like bathrooms, with rainforest showers and stand-alone baths, offer space to relax.

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Presidential Suite

The large master bedroom boasts a walk-in wardrobe, while the adjoining spa bathroom features a Jacuzzi bath next to the window. Accommodation also includes a dining room for 8 people, study, living room, pantry and powder room.

See Details

Executive Suite

These spacious suites offer a separate entrance area, bedroom, living room and a guest powder room. Bathrooms are wonderfully appointed with walk-in showers and baths, which are positioned against the window in king-bedded suites.

See Details check rates

Mandarin Suite

This spacious one-bed suite features a bedroom, living room with seating and desk areas, and a guest powder room. The bathroom enjoys the luxury of a walk-in rainforest shower and stand-alone bath. Views stretch over the city.

See Details check rates

Mandarin Corner Suite

Our corner suites enjoy wonderful views of Mount Fuji and the elegant Imperial Palace and Gardens. The beautiful bedroom has large windows and the bathroom features a walk-in rainforest shower and bathtub with city views. 

 

See Details check rates

Oriental Suite

With windows stretching the length of the suite, views reach as far as Mount Fuji and the Imperial Palace. A king bedroom likes next to a bathroom with bath and walk-in shower, and a living room with seating and desk areas.

See Details check rates

Deluxe Room

Located between our 30th and 36th floors, rooms enjoy a sweeping view through floor-to-ceiling windows across the city. The living area features a sofa and desk. Bathrooms incorporate windows and both a bath and walk-in shower.

See Details check rates

Deluxe Premier Room

Offering views of the Tokyo Skytree ® tower, these rooms are situated between the 32nd and 36th floors. The spacious layout includes a bedroom with seating and work areas, and a bathroom with bath and rainforest shower.

See Details check rates

Deluxe Corner Room

Flooded with light from two walls of windows, these corner rooms offer breathtaking views of the city. To make the most of the fabulous views, the bathroom features a sunken bath against the window and a walk-in shower.

See Details check rates

Mandarin Grand Room

Located between our 30th and 36th floors, views from these, our largest rooms, stretch over Shinjuku towards Mount Fuji in the distance. The spa-like bathrooms, with rainforest showers and stand-alone baths, offer space to relax.

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