Mandarin Oriental stands out from other hotels in Tokyo, straying from the country’s minimalist style and opting for a more opulent aesthetic. Japanese design influences shine through in the details such as the bedroom’s wooden slatting and paper lanterns. The one-bedroom 2,691-sq-ft suite comes with eight-person dining area and light-filled living room with specially commissioned fabrics and artworks. Walls are panelled in dark wood, complemented by the golden sheen of the ceiling and furnishings in ivory and chocolate brown. With its vantage point on the 36th floor and floor-to-ceiling windows, the suite commands views over the captivating city, from the Imperial Palace to Tokyo Bay and on the clearest days, Mount Fuji. Take in these views from the inviting Jacuzzi of your marble-wrapped bathroom.