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Best Western Opens Second Hotel in Tokyo, Japan

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Best Western has expanded its portfolio of hotels in Japan with its second hotel in the pulsating Japanese capital, Tokyo.

 Located in eastern Tokyo’s Edogawa Ward, Best Western Tokyo Nishikasai is just minutes’ walks from Nishi-Kasai Station, on the Tokyo Metro Tozai Line.

The hotel offers easy access to the city’s main commercial, retail and entertainment areas, and is also conveniently positioned between Tokyo Disneyland and the new Tokyo SkyTree.

“We are delighted to launch the Best Western Tokyo Nishikasai, in this exciting, up-and-coming area of the city,” said Glenn de Souza, Best Western’s Vice President of International Operations for Asia & the Middle East. “With convenient links to Tokyo’s main business district and excellent facilities for the corporate market, we expected this superb hotel to be extremely popular with Japanese business travelers. And connections to the lively retail and entertainment districts of Marunouchi and Ginza, as well as nearby attractions like Tokyo Disneyland, make Best Western Tokyo Nishikasai an excellent option for Tokyo’s rising number of leisure visitors.”

Set in a modern nine-storey building, Best Western Tokyo Nishikasai offers a choice of 184 guest rooms, all featuring flat-screen LED TVs and complimentary Wi-Fi - a brand standard.

The hotel also features a restaurant serving Japanese and international dishes, and meeting space for up to 80 delegates.

Japan became Best Western International’s first ever destination in Asia when the company launched its first hotel in the country more than a decade ago. Today, Best Western operates a collection of 16 hotels across 12 Japanese cities.

Best Western Tokyo Nishikasai will become the company’s second opening in Tokyo, following the 206-room Best Western Shinjuku Astina Hotel.

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