The Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo has launched
Christmas and New Year promotions.
The Indulgent accommodation package is
available for guests to enjoy over the festive season,
from 19 to 26 December 2009. While enjoying sweeping
views from the hotel’s luxurious guestrooms, guests can
take pleasure in a welcome bottle of champagne, an
extended check-out, and a personalised take home gift
set of bath- and face-sized monogrammed towels from
renowned Japanese brand Imabari Towel.
Premium towels have been created for
more than a century in the town of Imabari, located on
the island of Shikoku in western Japan. Imabari towels
are made from a luxury jacquard weave that is extremely
soft and gentle to the skin, while the painstaking
production process ensures that the cotton retains its
natural absorption qualities. The Imabari towels
selected for Mandarin Oriental will be elegantly
monogrammed with guest initials in gold thread.
The MO Indulgent package is
available for all room types, with rates beginning from
JPY79,000. This package rate assumes double occupancy
and are inclusive of a 5% consumption tax and a 10%
service charge. A daily municipal accommodation tax of
JPY200 per person will be charged separately. Bookings
must be made and monogram details of each guest
confirmed at least seven days in advance. Other terms
and conditions apply.
Available for a minimum two-night stay
between 31 December 2009 and 2 January 2010, the New
Year promotion includes daily breakfast and one festive
lunch for two at either K’Shiki, the hotel’s all-day
dining restaurant or Ventaglio, which offers a stylish
Italian antipasto buffet. There is also a choice of
either a delicious New Year’s Eve or New Year’s Day
dinner for two at ‘Signature’ or ‘Sense’, the hotel’s
much lauded Michelin-starred restaurants.
On New Year’s Day, guests can enjoy a
traditional Osechi breakfast with Otoso sake at Sense
located high above the Tokyo skyline on the 37th floor.
In addition, during the afternoon of New Year’s Day,
guests can also witness a rare performance by
traditional Edo fire fighters. Providing a unique
insight into local Nihonbashi New Year celebrations, the
fire fighters, dressed in traditional Edo costume, will
offer blessings for health and peace in the New Year.
Guests will also receive an original Mandarin Oriental,
Tokyo handcrafted zodiac fan featuring detailed
brushwork as a collector’s item and a keepsake in
remembrance of their stay.
Known as the “Centre of Japan” since
the Edo era, the Nihonbashi neighbourhood is ideally
located for access to many of Tokyo’s most important
sights. Guests can take advantage of the hotel’s direct
subway access to Mitsukoshi-mae Station via the Ginza
line, to visit a variety of historic shrines, such as
the Kanda Myojin Shrine, an important Shinto Shrine
since the Edo era, the Suitengu Shrine, Yushima Tenjin
Shrine and the Meiji Shrine, where traditional Japanese
celebrations to welcome in the New Year can be viewed.
The New Year Holiday package is
available for all room types, with rates starting from
JPY250,000 for a two-night and JPY300,000 for a
three-night, double-occupancy stay from 31 December.
The package provides guests with
one New Year’s dinner for two at either the
French-inspired ‘Signature’ or authentic Cantonese at
‘Sense’, both are one star Michelin restaurants. During
their stay, guests are also invited to experience a
lunch for two at either all-day dining ‘K’shiki’ on the
38th floor or the atrium restaurant ‘Ventaglio’ which
serves Italian buffet on the second floor.
American-style breakfast for two at K’shiki are also
included in the package.
And for an added touch of luxury,
guests staying in suites have complementary access to
the heat and water experiences in the award-wining The
Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo.
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