Staff Writer
Jul 17, 2018

Explore events in East Asia with CEI's interactive digital guide

Hilton Hotel Guide: Japan & South Korea serves as inspiration for event planners searching for their next destination.

N Seoul Tower
N Seoul Tower
 
Japan and South Korea continue to impress the business events industry, with their mix of bustling metropolises and restful resort destinations—all underpinned by rich local cultures. Japan has seen an infrastructure boom as of late in preparation for the 2020 Summer Olympics, with new hotels and event facilities opening up across the country. Meanwhile, South Korea put its best on display during the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics, and is still feeling the buzz.
 
In partnership with CEI, the Hilton Hotel Guide: Japan & South Korea gives a primer on the events landscape in the two countries. Hilton operates 18 hotels across Japan and South Korea, offering event planners a wide variety of accommodation options and venues to suit any group, large or small. 
 
Each of these properties is covered in full throughout the digital supplement, with integrated video and photos, as well as a concise rundown of venue capacities, travel arrangements, notable sights and insider tips for different locales. Download the interactive supplement to see what’s in store.
 
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CEI

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