To celebrate its fifth anniversary, the five-star Mandarin Oriental Tokyo hotel is offering the opportunity to rent the entire property for one night for $670,000.
Under the plan, the entire hotel — 178 guest rooms, all nine restaurants and all spas — would be reserved from 3:00 in the afternoon to noon the next day.
If someone actually does take the hotel up on this offer the hotel plans on submitting the stay to the Guinness Book of World Records.
Gen Yoshida, the hotel’s communications officer, says it is the first time for any Mandarin Oriental to offer such a package. The offer is available until Nov. 30, 2011.
The Mandarin Oriental Hotel is situated in the financial Nihonbashi district of Tokyo, next to the Bank of Japan and the largest Mitsukoshi department store, overlooking the Imperial Palace and Gardens on one side and The Bay of Japan on the other.
Designed by the famous Japanese textile designer, Reiko Sudo, the hotel is finished with lots of wood and natural textures.
The rooms, all prepared with yoga mats, are on the 30th to 36th floors, and the huge windows provide spectacular views over Tokyo.