Royal Park Hotel The Haneda, which is directly connected to the international terminal of the growing hub that is Haneda airport, boasts an unprecedented location.
“Most of our customers during the week are business professionals traveling internationally,” said Sales and Marketing Manager Yoshikazu Kobayashi.
He stressed, however, that the hotel wants to increase the number of domestic flight guests and general guests.
Kobayashi explained that the hotel tries to attach a “playful mood” to each room, selecting unique designs for the interiors and decorating each of the 313 rooms with singular artworks created by both professional and amateur artists.
The pieces share a common theme of travel and airplanes, with motifs such as globes, suitcases and flight schedules to raise the spirits of guests who stay at the hotel.
The hotel lobby is directly connected to the departure area of the airport, highlighting its convenience for guests who want to use the hotel before flights or during transit.
As the first-ever transit hotel in Japan, the hotel has a smaller transit section, located within the airport’s inner-terminal zone for passengers who have just landed after a long flight from another country and will transition at Haneda.
The transit area has 17 guest rooms, eight refresh rooms with showers and a lounge with a sofa and T.V., priced at ¥2,000 per hour (service charge and tax included). Without having to clear passport control, passengers can directly access the facilities after making embarkation procedures.
There are also refresh rooms in the regular hotel area, priced at ¥2,000 per hour (service charge and tax included), where guests can take a short break.
The Tailwind restaurant and bar is open from 5 a.m. to 1 a.m., and offers a wide range of choices for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Royal Park Hotel The Haneda in Ota Ward can be accessed directly from the Haneda Airport International Terminal. For more information and reservations, call 03-6830-1111, or access www.rph-the.co.jp/haneda/en/
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