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Accor Announces New ibis Properties for Japan

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Accor, one of the world’s leading hotel operators in Japan, is expanding its presence in the country with the signing of two ibis Styles hotels in Tokyo and Kyoto.

With this expansion, the hospitality group will operate 21 hotels and resorts in eight cities in Japan by the beginning of 2022.

Centrally located in the major shopping and entertainment districts of Tokyo, ibis Styles Tokyo Ginza It is a 5-minute walk from Ginza Station and a seven-minute walk from JR Shimbashi Station. In a prime location, the 224-room hotel serves as a convenient base for shopping, sightseeing, and enjoying world-class food and drinks.

In Kyoto, 281 rooms ibis Styles Kyoto Shijo It is a 5-minute walk from Karasuma Station and Shijo Station, and only a 10-minute drive from JR Kyoto Station. It is ideal for travelers looking to discover the “heart of Kyoto” near “Kyoto Cuisine” for a creative yet budget-friendly base for exploring the ancient capital.

ibis Styles is dedicated to providing a modern and budget hotel experience with fun designs. Each ibis Styles hotel has a unique design concept centered around a delicate theme that delivers fun and amazing moments. It’s the perfect place for those looking for a creative space for inspiration.

“We are pleased to expand our network in Japan, a key strategic market for Accor, with the signing of ibis Styles Tokyo Ginza and ibis Styles Kyoto Shijo. Signing these rebranding projects in the headlines of Japan is a testament to our ability to improve return on investment, and the popularity of our iconic brands In both Japan and its major inland markets, robust distribution, award winning loyalty platforms and best in lifestyle.-category solutions for rebranding projects in particular.Ginza is the second most popular neighborhood visited by foreigners, while the cultural capital of Kyoto is a destination A major tourist attraction. Located in the heart of these two cities’ prime locations, travelers and locals alike will be drawn to the creative atmosphere of each of these new, stylish budget hotels.” Garth Simmons, CEO of Accor Southeast Asia, Japan and South Korea.

Accor currently operates 19 hotels in Japan, five of which are under the ibis Styles brand. ibis Styles Tokyo Ginza and ibis Styles Kyoto Shijo will join a portfolio of more than 560 uniquely designed ibis Styles hotels in 45 countries.

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