Hotel Nikko Tokyo to rebrand as the Hilton Tokyo Odaiba

Hilton Worldwide signed a management agreement with Tokyo Humania Enterprise to rebrand the Hotel Nikko Tokyo and manage the hotel as Hilton Tokyo Odaiba. From Oct. 1, 2015 the property will be converted and unveiled as a new Hilton Hotel. The hotel will be the 12th Hilton hotel in Japan.

The 15 - story Hilton Tokyo Odaiba will offer 453 guestrooms and suites, each with a private balcony that offers panoramic views of Tokyo Bay and the Rainbow Bridge. The hotel has 10 food & beverage outlets including an all-day dining restaurant, a bar and eight specialty restaurants. Hilton Tokyo Odaiba has meetings and events facilities including a ballroom spanning 4,000 square feet, a business center and two wedding chapels. The hotel also has a fitness club, a spa and an indoor pool.

Hilton Tokyo Odaiba will become Hilton Worldwide’s sixth property in the Kanto area when it opens in October 2015, joining Conrad Tokyo, Hilton Tokyo, Hilton Odawara Resort & Spa, Hilton Tokyo Bay and Hilton Narita.

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