Mandarin Oriental Tokyo is located in the Nihonbashi district, where skyscrapers meet centuries-old traditions: stores dedicated to washi (Japanese paper), kimonos and lacquerware — there’s even a 300-year-old toothpick store. Check into the 38th-floor lobby with its views of the city through two-story windows. The hotel exudes a cool Japanese minimalist elegance that’s warmed by the hospitable staff. Signature and Tapas Molecular Bar each have one Michelin star, and there are 10 other eateries and bars. Retreat to the one-bedroom Presidential Suite; the 2,691-sq-ft space has a large living room, dining room and spa-treatment room, all with distinct Japanese flair, from wall murals and floral arrangements to books on Tokyo’s rich history. Towering views over Mount Fuji and Tokyo Bay will delight.
From $16,140 per night. Contact Kie Kasai, director of international sales, email@example.com, +81 332 708 800, mandarinoriental.com