Mandarin Oriental Tokyo (Japan) Reviews
Description:Address: 2-1-1 Nihonbashi Muromachi / Chuo-ku / Tokyo / 103-8328 Japan / Telephone: +81 (3) 3270 8800
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 ... more
Customer Mandarin Oriental Tokyo (Japan) Reviews (1)
by - written on 11/04/08, updated on 13/06/09 (Very useful, 124 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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