Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo has been recognized as the best hotel in Japan in three categories at the TripAdvisor Travellers’ ChoiceTM Awards. The hotel was ranked first in Japan in the Top Hotels, Luxury and Best Service classifications in the travel site’s list of Best Hotels 2017 announced in January. Never before has a Japanese hotel topped these three categories at one time since the awards began fifteen years ago.
TripAdvisor presents awards based on the millions of travellers’ reviews and opinions posted on the site. It has nine categories of hotel award: Top Hotels, Luxury, Bargain, Small, Best Service, B&Bs and Inns, Romance, Family and Hall of Fame. A hotel must show it offers remarkable value, service and quality to win an award.
“Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo is absolutely delighted to have received these accolades, which are a tremendous affirmation of our team’s dedication to providing the very best in hospitality for our guests. These awards are very encouraging for the entire hotel team and we are deeply appreciative,” said Paul Jones, General Manager at Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo.
Visit www.mandarinoriental.com to book one of the hotel’s luxurious room packages, and find out why Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo has been voted the Top Hotel in Japan. For room reservations and enquiries, please call +81 (0) 3 3270 8800, or email: motyo- email@example.com
About Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo’s visionary design and award-winning service have been recognized as the epitome of sophisticated luxury in the city. Superbly located in the prestigious financial district within the historical and cultural centre of Tokyo, the first Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group property in Japan embodies the best contemporary and time-honoured architectural splendour. The hotel features 179 luxuriously appointed guest rooms and suites, ten restaurants and bars and an award-winning spa situated within the soaring, Cesar Pelli-designed Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower. The site offers spectacular views of the city skyline while providing access to stately banquet and conference facilities within the adjacent Mitsui Main Building, a Japanese cultural-heritage property.