Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo, a Forbes Five-Star winner, towers over the Nihombashi district, the historic home of commerce in Japan, and is near the Ginza shopping district. Once guests arrive, they are ushered through a private entrance and whisked directly to the Sky Lobby on the 38th floor where breathtaking views of the cityscape await. The Grand Ballroom, with a capacity of 500 guests, is the largest and most imposing among the 12 meeting rooms. The conference floor is linked to the adjacent Mitsui Main Building, an historic site housing four conference suites and a number of smaller rooms. The Forbes Five-Star award winning spa is located on the 37th floor.
2-1-1 Nihombashi-muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-8328
High-speed Internet connection and Wi-Fi available.
Rooms & Facilities
|Building||Room ( )*||Floor||sq. m||sq. ft.||Ceiling ht. (m)||Theater||Classroom||Banquet||Reception|
|Nihombashi Mitsui Tower||Grand Ballroom (3)||3||550||5,920||6||500||260||320||400|
|Mitsui Main Building||Linden Room||3||166||1,787||3||150||90||100||120|
* ( ) refers to possible room divisions using partitions. Besides the above, 2 meeting rooms are available. Internet connection available in all meeting rooms.