Hilton Opens DoubleTree Hotel in Okinawa

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Friday, 25 May 2012

The DoubleTree by Hilton, Naha in Okinawa, Japan - the tenth Hilton Worldwide hotel in Japan and the first in the fast-growing, upscale DoubleTree by Hilton brand portfolio - has opened.

Located in Naha, the capital city of Okinawa, the 227-room hotel is directly opposite the Okinawa Monorail station in Asahibashi, 11 minutes away from Naha Airport by monorail and 500 meters away from the local ferry terminal.

DoubleTree by Hilton is delighted to continue the expansion of our Asia Pacific presence by introducing another rewarding hotel experience with the DoubleTree by Hilton, Naha. This new addition is our first in Japan and an extraordinary milestone for our brands global growth. It continues our growth strategy to provide outstanding hotel offerings in gateway countries and cities around the world, said Rob Palleschi, global head, DoubleTree by Hilton.

Located along Higashimachi, DoubleTree by Hilton, Naha is just one kilometer from Kokusai Dori, the premier shopping district in Naha, and various Okinawa government and business centers such as Okinawa City Hall, Tax Bureau, Commerce Authority and the Electricity Supply Bureau. The Shuri Castle, formerly a royal palace during the time of the Ryuku Kingdom and presently a world heritage site, is five kilometers away.

The 12-story DoubleTree by Hilton, Naha will offer a 40 square-meter meeting room, a salon, a laundry and car parking facilities. Guests will be able to enjoy meals at The Riverside Restaurant and Caf, the hotels all-day dining outlet serving an international cuisine.

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