Kawasaki Japan Accor Hotel
The highly anticipated opening of the Kawasaka Japan Accor Hotel in February 2020 has been announced. The new brand aims to revolutionize traditional hotel business in Japan and offer what could be called the next generation of digital hotels.
It will be the first foreign luxury hotel in the prefecture to play an important role in the development of the Japanese tourism industry. The opening of the second Japanese MGallery hotel signals the brand's ambition to offer travelers something truly unique, "said Jean-Pierre Gaudin, President and CEO of Accor Japan. He said: "We are delighted to introduce a truly special hotel that is on the verge of becoming one of the most mysterious hideaways in Japan.
Although the main source markets have traditionally been the US and Europe, the hotel is working hard to attract more travelers from Asia and the Pacific, as this market segment has grown rapidly in recent years. It expects the number of foreign guests to increase this year, as it and SLH are conducting more foreign activities. Currently, all market sources come from Germany, 20 percent of the guests come from abroad.
V visa requirements in many countries have been simplified, which seems to have a positive impact on business. An Accor spokesman said: "The introduction of the Visa card system in the US, Europe and the Pacific has a very positive effect on inbound tourism.
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The refined design is inspired by the nearby Nijo Castle and is organized around a central courtyard that changes constantly to offer guests a different experience all year round. Okubo brings his mastery of French cuisine and pairs it with Japanese cooking techniques to create a truly unique culinary experience. As someone who has stayed at this hotel before, I am always curious to tell others about the unique design of the Kawasaki Accor Hotel and its guests.
The lobby on the first floor serves as a spacious café and bar where travellers can mingle with locals and enjoy endless free beers. The mini kitchen on the top floor, which offers a wide selection of food and drinks, offers unlimited hot drinks, as well as an open-air beer garden. Guests can connect to their personal devices to watch their favorite shows in their own private theater space.
The group currently has 10 member hotels across Japan, from the Unzen Kanko country house in Nagasaki to the Tokyo Station Hotel, which joined the group in 2015. Located in central Tokyo, this hotel has 25 well-appointed rooms overlooking the Japanese garden. Some of the rooms even have a balcony, which gives guests access to a private garden, declared a Unesco World Heritage Site in 1994.
Marriott International already operates 15 hotels in Japan under five other brands, and both companies have already opened a joint venture in Tokyo, the Tokyo Station Hotel, and a hotel in Nagasaki. This luxury 25-key boutique hotel is located in one of Japan's most popular destinations.
Guests have complete control of their room through a fully integrated application designed specifically for Slash that can be found by customers on the iPhone provided in each room. The application has several useful functions, including an alarm system based on an 80-inch screen integrated in the room, and access to all the hotel amenities. Combined with a full-service restaurant, bar and café, the Lobby Café is the perfect place to grab a snack, enjoy a glass of wine while reading a book or simply escape the hustle and bustle of a city.