Prime Minister Abe’s effort to ignite a revival in the Japanese economy is producing new and exciting results in tourism. Last year’s decision to hold the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo combined with the Abe-led “Abenomics” revitalization package bolstered the pull of Japan’s existing attributes to achieve a record-breaking 10 million-plus inbound visitors for 2013. Travellers who are interested in and desire deep history, friendly people and exquisite cuisine are finding kind hospitality, Japanese “Omotenashi”, in Asia’s gateway country; The Land of the Rising Sun. In parallel, the growth in international tourism to Japan spurs growth for businesses but poses a challenge for extended stay business professionals who face higher hotel rates and difficulty in securing hotel rooms for one month or longer.
For a longer stay in Tokyo, considering using one of serviced apartments instead of a hotel room can be a very wise choice. H&R Roppongi offers rooms in different sizes and designs to fit your needs. All are fully equipped and furnished.
They currently have two apartments available at the H&R Roppongi. There is a 45 sq. meter premium twin and the largest Luxury Twin (75.97 sq. meters, separate bedroom) available at a very special rate. This would be perfect as a corporate residence just down the street from Roppongi Hills. Their bi-lingual staff is fantastic. You can also see Tokyo Sky Tree from the balcony! For more information on this perfect boutique hotel, please read here.
Featuring serviced apartments, flexible office space and its newest serviced apartment suite, the H& R Roppongi continues to meet a variety of accommodation needs in Japan’s ever-internationalizing metropolis, Tokyo!