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Celebrate the Festive Season in Style at Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com Latest Travel News Tuesday, 25 September 2007

The Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo is offering a Festive Accommodation Package between 21 to 25 December, that allows guests to indulge in last minute Christmas shopping in one of the world’s most vibrant cities, coupled with a romantic stay at this new hotel.

For each couple, the Festive Package benefits include:

• One night accommodation in a room or suite (check-in 3 p.m.; check-out 12 noon)
• One bottle of chilled Möet & Chandon Brut Impérial in-room or one bottle of Pommery Vintage 1996 for those guests who reserve a suite
• A personalised message (up to 25 characters) etched onto the Champagne bottle
• One pair of beautiful champagne glasses, etched with Mandarin Oriental signature fans

Additional benefits are available for those guests reserving an Executive, Mandarin, Dynasty or Oriental Suite. These include:

• A romantic in-room bath, prepared with fifty fresh roses
• Premier in-room breakfast with caviar and truffles
• Complimentary use of the heat and water area at The Spa at Mandarin, Oriental Tokyo, which consists of a water lounge, jet-bath vitality pool, amethyst crystal steam room, and dry sauna overlooking the city 37 storeys below.

This package is for a one-night stay and is priced from JPY89,000 to JPY290,000, dependent on room type selected. Additional nights can be reserved at prevailing rates. All room rates assume double occupancy and are inclusive of a 5% sales tax and a 10% service charge, and JPY200 per person accommodation tax also applies. Terms and conditions apply.

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