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The Tokyo Station Hotel to Reopen in October 2012

Image: seejapan.co.uk

The Tokyo Station Hotel has been undergoing an extensive renovation since March 2006 but recently revealed that they will be reopening in October 2012 and are already accepting reservations for its wedding and function rooms.

Located in a historic brick Gothic building that was originally built in 1914 and is listed as an Important Cultural Property of Japan, the Tokyo Station Hotel has been undergoing restoration on the Marunouchi side of Tokyo Station. Operation of the Tokyo Station Hotel subsequently ceased in 2006, but the grand restoration project of its Renaissance style architecture is now almost complete and the hotel is preparing to reopen.

The Tokyo Station Hotel occupies the third floor of the building and features domed ceilings and English style décor. Once reopened, the hotel will have 150 guest rooms (86 twin bed rooms and 64 double bed rooms), fitness and spa facilities, three banquet rooms, two bars, a lounge and French, Japanese and Chinese restaurants.

The hotel’s grand opening will be on October 3, 2012.

Source: Luxuo

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