Ginza Nikko Hotel's proximity to Tokyo's major transportations makes it an excellent place to stay for time-conscious business travelers and tourists. Built upon the old headquarters of Japan Airlines, the hotel offers guests a convenient location from which to explore the history and culture as well as experience the sound and sights of one of Japan's most fashion-forward areas. Nearby sights include the Imperial Palace, National Diet Building, the famous Wako clock tower, Tsukiji fish market, and major luxury retailers' flagship shops.
Staying true to the area's reputation for traditional yet forward-thinking, Ginza Nikko Hotel has renovated all 112 guest rooms, banquet rooms and the lobby for an added level of sophistication and comfort, including the latest high-tech amenities. The renovated hotel also now features a new warm and polished interior design.
Described by Frommer's Travel Guide as having "a personable staff...in an unbeatable location," Ginza Nikko Hotel is a hidden gem -- a friendly, intimate place for foreign travelers to stay in Tokyo, the largest metropolitan economy in the world.
Nikko Hotels International is an international luxury hotel group operated by JAL Hotels Co., Ltd., headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. In addition to Nikko Hotels International, JAL Hotels also operates Hotel JAL City, a chain of 13 mid-priced hotels for business travelers in Japan. The company currently has 59 hotels worldwide, in Europe, the Americas, the Middle East and throughout Japan and the Asia/Pacific region.
In 2009, JAL Hotels plans to open the 388-room Hotel Nikko Shanghai in China. Openings in 2010 will include two hotels in China, the 500-room Hotel Nikko Wuxi and the 411-room Hotel Nikko Guangzhou, and the 471-room Hotel JAL Tower Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, a Nikko Hotels International property. In 2011, the company plans to open the 300-room JAL Bahrain Resort & Spa, also a Nikko Hotels International property, and the 335-room Hotel Nikko Saigon in Vietnam.
Logos, product and company names mentioned are the property of their respective owners.