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Mandarin Oriental Tokyo Offers Nihonbashi Boat Cruise Package

HONG KONG, Oct. 6, 2015– Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo is offering guests an accommodation package that includes a delightful private boat cruise in Tokyo Bay. Guests booking the Nihonbashi Boat Cruise package will be taken on a waterborne tour of Tokyo’s historical and cultural center. Guests will enjoy a one hour cruise along the Sumida River into Tokyo Bay and along rivers threading their way through Tokyo’s most intriguing neighborhoods.

Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo is part of Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group’s acclaimed collection of deluxe properties around the world. Widely recognized as the premier luxury hotel company, the Group now operates 29 properties in 15 countries and brings its unique blend of 21st century luxury and oriental charm to its famed hotels, resorts and residences in prime locations globally.

To complete the cultural journey, guests will be served tasty snacks from Nihonbashi, which locals have enjoyed since the 1600s. Capable of holding 12 passengers, the luxurious limousine boat has a sleek, silver-looking exterior and a sky roof that can be opened so guests can feel the sea breeze. Its spacious interior has a luxurious sofa that provides guests with supreme comfort during their cruise.

The Nihonbashi Boat Cruise package includes:

  • One night’s accommodation for two in a luxurious suite
  • 60-minute Tokyo Bay Limousine Boat cruise from the Nihonbashi Boarding Dock
  • A private tour guide for the boat cruise
  • Full breakfast for two served at K’shiki or Oriental Lounge
  • Choice of early check-in from 1pm or late check-out until 2pm subject to availability
  • Complimentary high-speed internet access
  • Complimentary access to the Heat and Water area at The Spa
  • Package prices start from JPY 170,000. Available until 31 December 2015.

Package rates are subject to 8% consumption tax, 15% service charge and an accommodation tax of JPY200 per person, per night. For full terms and conditions, and to make reservations contact Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo’s online reservations service at http://www.mandarinoriental.com/tokyo/hotel-offers/nihonbashi-boat-cruise/.

About Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo

Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo’s visionary design and award-winning service have been recognised 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 of contemporary and time-honoured architectural splendour. The hotel features 178 luxuriously appointed guest rooms and suites, Michelin-starred dining, innovative bar concepts and a award-winning holistic spa all situated within the top nine floors of the soaring, Cesar Pelli-designed Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower, a site offering spectacular views of the city skyline while also providing access to stately banquet and conference facilities within the adjacent Mitsui Main Building, a Japanese cultural-heritage property.

About Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group

Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group is the award-winning owner and operator of some of the most luxurious hotels, resorts and residences. Having grown from a well-respected Asian hotel company into a global brand, the Group now operates, or has under development, 46 hotels representing 11,000 rooms in 25 countries, with 21 hotels in Asia, nine in The Americas and 16 in Europe, Middle East and North Africa. In addition, the Group operates or has under development, 16 Residences at Mandarin Oriental connected to its properties.

Visit Destination MO (http://www.mandarinoriental.com/destination-mo/), the online version of Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group’s bespoke publication, MO. News about award-winning hotels, the best dining experiences, spa treatments, travel retreats and interviews with the Group’s celebrity fans is now just a click away.

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