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Dai-ichi Hotel Tokyo joins SRS-WORLDHOTELS Deluxe Collection

Travel News Asia 15 October 2003

Dai-ichi Hotel Tokyo, an opulent and inspiring landmark located on the doorstep of the world famous Ginza district of Tokyo, is the latest Deluxe Collection member of SRS-WORLDHOTELS.

The hotel will switch its GDS codes from Leading Hotels of the World to SRS-WORLDHOTELS on November 1, 2003.

Within walking distance of the historic Imperial Palace, the grand 5-star property, opened in 1993, is the flagship of the Dai-ichi Hankyu Hotels Group, a stable of over 40 hotels across Japan that has been welcoming guests since 1938.

Embodying the elegance of Europe, twinned with a rich Japanese tradition of warm hospitality and excellent service, the 21-storey Dai-ichi Hotel has 277 guest rooms and suites with luxurious marble bathrooms.

On two Premier Floors with a private lounge is a choice of three suite styles with magnificent views of the city - the Premier Suite, Palais Suite, and Junior Suite.

The giant European-style grand ballroom La Rose is adorned with chandeliers, brilliantly decorated mirrors and etched glass, while the Primavera banquet hall accommodates up to 450 diners.

Twelve restaurants and bars offer a wide range of first-class cuisine including French, Chinese and various Japanese styles, from traditional sushi to informal yakitori, teppanyaki and the prestigious Tokai-Tei restaurant, which boasts the very finest Japanese beef.

The cosmopolitan Lounge 21 bar meanwhile serves an international selection of cocktails against the backdrop of superb views of Tokyo Bay.

Facilities also include a giant indoor pool, state-of-the-art gymnasium and fitness centre, business facilities with Internet access, plus bilingual secretarial and translation service.

For brides and grooms, the hotel even has a wedding chapel, bridal salon and shrine.

The Dai-ichi is conveniently located across the road from Shimbashi Station (JR, Ginza and Asakusa Subway Lines/Yurikamone), which links to Tokyos Narita airport, 20 minutes from Tokyo Disneyland, 15 minutes from Tokyo Dome and 5 minutes from Tokyo Tower.

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