Pullman makes grand entry into Japan with top notch design
Accor has opened its first Pullman hotel in Japan. The hotel marks Accor’s 1000th property in its Asia Pacific portfolio and offers guests a unique blend of European elegance and Japanese tradition.
French hotel giant Accor has opened its first Pullman hotel in Japan. Located in a prestigious location in the Japanese capital of Tokyo, the Pullman Tokyo Tamachi exudes the elegance and efficiency of 21st century Japan in its design and services. We find out more.
Pullman lands in Japan
Accor’s executive lifestyle hotel brand Pullman has opened the doors of its first property in Japan. Pullman Tokyo Tamachi also marks Accor’s 1000th property in its Asia Pacific portfolio, cementing the French hotel giant’s presence in the region.
Pullman Tokyo Tamachi is located in Tokyo’s Tamachi district, one of the premier business hubs of the city. It offers impressive access to some of the city’s most popular sights, including Tokyo Sky Tree, Senso-ji temple, Imperial Palace and Ueno park, which can be reached from the Tamachi train station which is linked to the hotel by a covered walkway.
Perfect for both business and leisure travelers, Pullman’s offering in Tokyo is the ideal base for exploring the city or for getting some work done.
Japanese culture meets contemporary style
The Pullman Tokyo Tamachi offers guests a unique blend of European elegance and Japanese tradition. The hotel is a reimagination of upscale hospitality, where traditional Japanese cultures of efficiency and refinement are married with modern ideas of convenience, sophistication and technology.
The hotel’s 143 guest rooms and suites are designed to the highest modern standards, and feature rapid WiFi connections and are fitted with wireless Bose speakers.
Business travelers will be able to avail of the ample meeting and conference facilities, and can invite colleagues to unwind after a long work day in one of the hotel’s bars, including the stylish rooftop bar Platform 9, which features signature cocktails by renowned mixologist Roman Foltan and delicious Japanese tapas.
Foodies will also delight in the culinary offerings of the KASA restaurant, where Asian-Mediterranean fusion food is served in chic surroundings. There is also a fitness centre with a gym, a staple of any new hotel wishing to cater to the increasing demand of guest to stay fit while they travel.
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