Okura Nikko Hotel to Open a Modern Accommodation that is Perfect for Family Getaways

Year in and year out, the Land of the Rising Sun welcomes hundreds of thousands of globetrotters and travel enthusiasts across different parts of the globe. As one of the fastest growing tourist destinations not only in Asia but all over the world, a lot of companies and establishments engaged in the hotel, accommodation as well as food and service industry is interested in expanding in Japan especially in its capital city, Tokyo.


One of the most anticipated hotel chain to be launched this year is the Grand Nikko Tokyo Bay Maihama which is set to open by the first of May in 2020. At present, the said hotel is known as the Tokyo Bay Maihama Hotel Club Resort. But in about two months from now, the hotel will be launched again with a new name since it will now be operated by Okura Nikko Hotel Management Co Ltd.


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A number of local and foreign tourists are looking forward to the opening of the Grand Nikko Tokyo Bay Maihama. According to the representative of Okura Nikko Hotel Management Co Ltd, the management aims to provide a world class South European vibes and a dominantly pink color combination within its premises.


The said representative said that the hotel will be “The epitome of quality, where guests can experience ultimate comfort, unlock all their senses”. Basically, Maihama is one of the most sought after tourist and leisure destination which is perfect for family getaways.


They have a large and peaceful atmosphere within the capital city of Tokyo. It is a huge hotel with more than seven hundred guest rooms with their own balconies. As an added attraction, the hotel provides a beautiful and picturesque view of the famous Tokyo Bay while they enjoy the modern atmosphere of a world class urban lifestyle.


Reference: Grand Nikko Tokyo Bay Maihama to open May 1


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