IHG ANA Hotels Group Japan co-brands First Hotel in Tokyo

Travel News Asia Wednesday, 4 April 2007

ANA InterContinental Tokyo, IHG ANA Hotels Group Japans first co-branded ANA InterContinental property, opened on Sunday amid springtime cheers and festive revelry. Guests and hotel employees, along with their family and friends, gathered for a ceremonial unveil of the new hotel signage, as well as a celebratory champagne toast in the hotels main lobby.

IHG ANA Hotels Group Japan was formed on 1 December 2006 as the hotel operating joint venture of IHG, one of the worlds largest hotel groups by number of rooms, and ANA, a leading Japanese airline. ANA InterContinental Tokyo is the first of 13 hotels across Japan which the company will co-brand and enhance by 2009. Other hotels in the companys network are also expected to co-brand.

Chris Moloney, chief executive officer, IHG ANA Hotels Group Japan, said: This hotel is a great representation of the ANA InterContinental co-brand. Its the result of teamwork and cooperation, and the combination of unique strengths that both companies bring to the partnership. As the pace of co-branding continues, our hotels will hotels will gain more of an international flavour while still maintaining the essence of Japanese.

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