Secom to sell the Windsor Hotel Toya Resort & Spa in Hokkaido to Meiji Shipping

Security service provider Secom plans to sell its luxury hotel in Hokkaido — site of the Group of Eight summit in 2008 — to Meiji Shipping in June, according to company officials.

The Windsor Hotel Toya Resort & Spa is scheduled to be transferred in late June for an undisclosed price to the maritime company, which manages two resort hotels and a golf course in Hokkaido.

The hotel, standing on a 2,275-acre lot, has 386 guestrooms and a golf course, and sits beside Lake Toya.

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Secom acquired the hotel in 2000 as a part of a fund management plan by its insurance subsidiary.

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