Staff Writer
Oct 1, 2018

Japan welcomes its first Pullman

The hotel is AccorHotels' 1000th property in the region.

Japan welcomes its first Pullman

Japan’s first Pullman property will launch this month in Tamachi, one of the city’s business districts. The hotel has easy access to the Tokyo Tower, Haneda Airport and the Ginza area. With Pullman being a business-friendly brand, the hotel will feature four banquet rooms and meeting rooms with natural light. The biggest of them can fit up to 100 delegates in a theatre setting.

On top of that, there’s a rooftop bar on the 9th floor facing the railway lines of Tamachi Station. As delegates sip on cocktails, they’re also able to take in the sights and sounds of passing bullet and commuter trains.

The hotel also marks AccorHotels’ 1000th property in the Asia Pacific region, raising the group’s portfolio to 200,000 rooms. Asia Pacific now represents over 30% of global rooms and 51% of the global pipeline.


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