Friday, 10 May 2019

karaksa hotel premier Tokyo Ginza Opens

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Karaksa Hotels confirmed it has opened its karaksa hotel premier Tokyo Ginza on May 1st. The hotel is a new addition to the company’s five hotels in the Kansai region and Hokkaido, and is karaksa hotels’ first property in Tokyo.

The karaksa hotel premier Tokyo Ginza constitutes a new brand of karaksa hotel offering added comfort and premium services, featuring 57 large-windowed twin and double rooms of 26m2 to 43m2 in size and a lounge for the exclusive use of guests. The hotel is situated within walking distance of the iconic Ginza shopping district and affords easy access to Tokyo’s main tourist attractions.


For more details and ways to book please see tripadvisor

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The hotel is currently running a Special Grand Opening Plan campaign offering free Japanese folding fans and furoshiki (traditional Japanese gift wrapping cloths) to guests during its first six months of operation.

The three main features of the new karaksa hotel premier Tokyo Ginza are its “premier” rooms and lounge, “comfort” levels and “personalized” service. Details of each are as follows:

Premier Rooms & Lounge

Spacious rooms ranging between 26m2 and 43m2 in size
Large windows overlooking the Ginza district
Free lounge available exclusively for guests with additional mini-lounges on Premier floors (10F, 12F)

Comfort Levels

The beds feature specially designed Serta mattresses, combined with wool mattress pads that facilitate moisture control and down duvets with heat-retaining infrared fabric
Bathrooms are equipped with rain showers and LED mirrors
A full array of amenities is provided, including free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel and smartphones for guest use

Personalised Service

Guests are offered a seat during the check-in process
An in-room breakfast highlighting the unique flavours of Japan cuisine is available
Multi-lingual hotel staff are on hand to assist guests
Great Location
 68 minutes from Narita Airport on the Keisei Electric Railway Narita Sky Access Line via Oshiage, get off at Shimbashi Station. Approx. six minutes on foot
21 minutes from Haneda Airport International Terminal by the Keikyu Airport Line to Shimbashi Station. Approx. six minutes on foot Approx. six minutes on foot from Shimbashi Station via JR or the Toei Subway Asakusa Line
Approx. 10 minutes on foot from Tokyo Metro Ginza Station

For more details and ways to book please see tripadvisor

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