Hilton Tokyo Odaiba Hotel opens in Japan

Hilton Worldwide and Hilton Hotels & Resorts opened Hilton Tokyo Odaiba. The property is Hilton Worldwide’s 12th hotel in Japan, and the sixth in the Kanto region alongside Hilton Tokyo, Conrad Tokyo, Hilton Odawara Resort & Spa, Hilton Tokyo Bay and Hilton Narita.

Located in the waterfront area of Odaiba, the 15-story property offers access to key business and commercial districts including Shinagawa, Marunouchi and Ginza. The hotel is connected to the Daiba station of the Yurikamome Line and is 16 kilometers away from Tokyo International Airport (Haneda).

The property has 453 guestrooms, including 17 suites with private balconies that offer panoramic views of Tokyo Bay and the Rainbow Bridge.

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The dining options in the property include Japanese restaurant Sakura, Ocean Dining, Taronga, Veranda, Toh-gu and The Captain’s Bar.

Other amenities include a 1,200 square meter (12,917-square-foot) ballroom and events space, a 24-hour business center, two wedding chapels, fitness club, spa and an indoor pool.

Hilton Tokyo Odaiba is located at 1-9-1 Daiba, Minato-Ku, Tokyo, Japan.

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