Best Western International has unveiled its second hotel in Tokyo.
Located in Edogawa, the Japanese capital's most easternly special ward, Best Western Tokyo Nishikasai aims to offer a contemporary midscale accommodation with modern amenities. It is within a walking distance from Nishi-Kasai Station on the Tokyo Metro Tozai Line, and positioned between Tokyo Disneyland and the new Tokyo Skytree – a broadcasting, restaurant, and observation tower that is the world’s second tallest structure. Free shuttle services are provided for guests to visit important attractions in the city.
Room for up to three guests
Set in a modern nine-storey building, the hotel features 184 guestrooms, all equipped with flat-screen LED TVs and complimentary wifi. There is a restaurant serving Japanese and international dishes, and meeting space for up to 80 delegates. Best Western entered Japan more than a decade again, and the country was also the hotel brand's first destination in Asia. There are now 16 Best Western hotels across 12 Japanese cities, including the 206-room Best Western Shinjuku Astina Hotel.