Mandarin Oriental Tokyo (Japan) Reviews
Newest Review: ... welcome to show us how to operate the TV, light switches and every other conceivable "feature" of the room, as I wanted to look around myself as soon as possible. I also had an overwhelming urge to grab my camera and start taking photos. And whilst in honesty this is not the first time I have taken photos of somewhere I have stayed, it is not something that happens very often. The room was very large, floors were wooden, neutral colours throughout and the furniture was contemporary and very stylish. Needless to say everything was spotless and looked brand new. I liked the room layout, as you walked in there was a large dres... more
Customer Mandarin Oriental Tokyo (Japan) Reviews (1)
by - written on 11/04/08, updated on 13/06/09 (Very useful, 120 readings)
I have never stayed in a Mandarin Oriental Hotel before, but it is a chain I have been very interested to try out. As we had already decided that Japan was going to be a holiday of indulgence, Mandarin Oriental Tokyo seemed a very good place to try the brand. When it comes to vacations, I am something of a forward planner. But when I tried to book the hotel, a mere ten months in advance, I found that the on-line booking system would not co-operate. Undeterred I sent an email to the hotel enquiring about rooms and rates for my chosen four nights and was pleased to have a reply when I woke up the following day. I made my selection and a few hours later I had ... Read the complete review
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