Karaksa Hotels launched first property in central Tokyo’s Ginza district
The iconic Ginza shopping district
This property is a new addition to Karaksa’s five hotels in the Kansai region and Hokkaido and marks the first step in the Japanese capital.
The Karaksa Hotels corporation has made its debut in Japan’s biggest city with the May 1st launch of the karaksa hotel premier Tokyo Ginza.
This hotel is the latest addition to the company’s portfolio, which includes five hotels in the Kansai and Hokkaido regions.
Given that Tokyo is one of the biggest and most dynamic tourism markets in the Asia Pacific region, this opening is a significant achievement for the company.
A new page in Karaksa Hotels’ book
The karaksa hotel premier Tokyo Ginza is Karaksa Hotel’s new brand which offers guests added comfort and premium services.
This property features 57 twin and double rooms that range from 26 square meters to 43 square meters in size. All rooms overlook the bustling Ginza district and offer sweeping views from large windows.
It also boasts a cosy guest lounge. Additional mini lounges are available on Premier Floors (F10 and F12) for guests booking higher room categories.
Set within walking distance of the iconic Ginza shopping district, visitors have easy access to many of Tokyo’s primary tourist attractions.
The hotel first started taking reservations last August as part of a soft opening. Now, it is running a special grand opening campaign which offers Japanese folding fans and furoshiki (traditional Japanese gift-wrapping cloths) as a memento to guests during its first six months.
Luxury touches at the karaksa hotel premier Tokyo Ginza
The karaksa hotel premier Tokyo Ginza comes with a touch of luxury and extra personalized service.
All rooms feature specially designed Serta mattresses. Combined with wool mattress pads that facilitate moisture control and down duvets with heat-retaining infrared fabric this makes for a restful sleep experience.
Bathrooms are equipped with rain showers and LED mirrors and are decked out with a full array of luxurious amenities.
Foodies will appreciate the in-room breakfast which highlights Japanese cuisine and its abundance of flavours.
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