(July 27, 2022, 11:15 +07)
Yotel signed its first hotel in Japan.
Scheduled to open in 2024 under a long-term management agreement, Yotel Tokyo will be located in Ginza, one of Tokyo’s most desirable and vibrant areas.
The 244-room hotel will feature the brand’s latest features, including robotic concierges, motorized SmartBeds and fully integrated technologies designed to deliver a completely contactless guest experience from booking to check-out.
Yotel Tokyo will also include the brand’s multi-purpose public spaces, a 24/7 fitness center, a Grab-and-Go cafe, meeting space and an outdoor terrace.
Premium Room at Yotel Tokyo, Japan
“Japan’s emphasis on technology and innovation has been a major inspiration for Yotel since its inception,” said Hubert Viriot, CEO of Yotel. “We are extremely proud and delighted to announce our first hotel in Tokyo. The flagship of our group, Yotel Tokyo will also be a springboard for deploying our brand in Japan, a market of strategic importance for Yotel.
Yotel Tokyo will be a short walk from the heart of Ginza and a fifteen-minute walk from Tokyo Station, home to the city’s main Shinkansen high-speed rail terminal.
Yotel Tokyo is part of Yotel’s broader expansion strategy which covers major cities in Japan including Sapporo, Yokohama, Nagoya, Kyoto, Osaka and Kobe.
The company is also looking for opportunities to roll out YotelAir, the group’s transit hotel concept, at major airports and train stations across the country.
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