Accor’s Ibis Styles brand has made its debut in Nagoya, Japan. The brand has opened the 284-room ibis Styles Nagoya in the Chūbu region.
Located within walking distance from Nagoya Station, the hotel is an ideal destination for travellers looking for an accommodation option with easy accessibility to nearby attractions and business districts.
The overall design of the hotel draws inspiration from the vibrant Yanagibashi Central Market, a renowned food market with over 400 shops, restaurants and food stalls where locals flock to gather fresh produce or grab a bite to eat.
Check out MARKET St., a café style restaurant serving freshly brewed coffee and all-day dining which combines local and international flavours. The restaurant features a multi-purpose area that can be used as a co-working and meeting space for up to 20 guests.
Patrick Basset, chief operating officer of Accor, upper southeast and northeast Asia and the Maldives said:
“We are delighted to introduce our first ibis Styles hotel in Nagoya. The Ibis Styles brand is dedicated to providing a fun hotel experience with modern comforts and unique design to budget-conscious travellers. Apart from being the home of Japan’s automotive industry, Nagoya also boasts a rich history and dynamic culinary scene. The opening of Ibis Styles Nagoya is an exciting step for our expansion across Japan’s top destinations.”
Takehisa Gunji, general manager of Ibis Styles Nagoya said:
“Ibis Styles Nagoya captures the local spirit of our neighbourhood with a stylish and creative personality. Thanks to our prime location near the train station and local market, we believe this new hotel will become a favourite base among local and international guests to explore the city. We look forward to welcoming travellers looking for an economy-priced hotel with all the modern travel necessities.”