Waldorf Astoria expandiert in Tokyo …
Tokyo wird um ein neues Luxushotel bereichert. 2026 soll das Waldorf Astoria Tokyo Nihonbashi aufsperren. Lokalisiert von 39.-47. Etage, wird es einen View von Tokyo geben. 60 Quadratmeter für Standardzimmer sind für Tokyo auch eine schöne Vorlage.
“Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts, Hilton’s (NYSE: HLT) premier luxury brand of iconic hotels, today announced the signing of a management agreement for the first Waldorf Astoria in Japan with Mitsui Fudosan Co., Ltd. Expected to open in 2026, Waldorf Astoria Tokyo Nihonbashi will be developed by Mitsui Fudosan and managed by Hilton.
Located within a planned mixed-use development that will include office and retail spaces as well as luxury apartments, Waldorf Astoria Tokyo Nihonbashi will span nine stories, from levels 39 to 47. The hotel will feature a total of 197 guest rooms ranging from 60 square meters onwards, three distinctive restaurants, and Peacock Alley, the elegant lounge and bar synonymous with the Waldorf Astoria brand, offering guests a delightful destination to unwind at any time of the day. Guests will have access to an indoor pool, spa and fitness center, while the hotel’s 583 square meters of meetings and events space includes a ballroom and chapel for special events.
Waldorf Astoria Tokyo Nihonbashi will be located close to Tokyo’s top shopping area of Ginza as well as Tokyo Station and the central business districts of Marunouchi, Yaesu and Otemachi. Guests will also enjoy the convenient location near Haneda Airport, only 20 kilometers from the hotel, in addition to being directly connected to Nihombashi Station, the main commuter station in the area. Nihonbashi prospered during the Edo period as the center of culture, economy, and commerce, and, following development in recent years, it has emerged as a trend-setting area steeped in history and tradition popular with both domestic and international tourists.”
Zur Pressemitteilung: Waldorf Astoria to Debut in Japan with Milestone Signing in Tokyo