| August 15, 2013
This summer Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo presents a Suite Family Experience with luxury accommodation and a host of activities for families to enjoy.
Tokyo, a city of traditions handed down from generation to generation, offers a range of exciting and educational activities for families. The Imperial Palace, Asakusa and Sensoji Temple, the elegant shops of Ginza, Marunouchi and Aoyama as well as cutting edge fashion and culture in Harajuku and Shibuya, and the Tokyo Skytree®, the world tallest broadcasting
tower, are all easily accessible from the hotel.
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo is located at the centre of Japan’s rich culture and living history, in Nihonbashi. This is the oldest part of Tokyo, and still serves as the point of reference for all roads in Japan. Explore this historic quarter, with its traditional merchants selling kimonos, fans and washi paper among other timeless treasures from stores that have been in existence
since the 17th century.
To help create a lifetime of family memories this summer the Suite Family Experience
includes the following:
• Luxurious accommodation in a spacious 1,076-square-foot suite for a minimum of three
consecutive nights, with a complimentary connecting room
• Daily buffet breakfast at K’shiki on the 38th floor or in-suite for up to four persons
• An origami book with an origami set for children as a welcome gift
• Complimentary Internet access
• A picnic lunch-box for a family excursion in Tokyo
• Specialist concierge tips and advice on family oriented fun in Tokyo
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo’s 178 guest rooms and suites are located on the 30th to 36th floors
of a 660-foot-tall tower building in Nihonbashi, providing captivating panoramic views of the
Tokyo skyline. Rates start from JPY 190,575 per night (inclusive of 5% consumption tax, and
10% service charge. The daily municipal accommodation tax of JPY 200 per person will be
charged separately).
For reservations or further enquirers, call +81 3-3270-8950 or through

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