Le Meridien Grand Pacific Tokyo opened in Tokyo’s Daiba waterfront district in Minato Ward on Monday.
The international hotel consists of two sections — a 30-story high-rise tower containing the hotel’s main facilities such as guest rooms and banquet halls, as well as an atrium building housing a music box museum and a hall for cultural events. The hotel is designed to have a relaxed atmosphere, and features 884 guest rooms and 18 banquet rooms, the largest of which can accommodate more than 3,000 people. The hotel also has 12 bars and restaurants and one karaoke room.
Keihin Electric Express Railway Co., a major private railway firm in the Tokyo area, is financing the hotel, its third in Tokyo, in a business tieup with Le Meridien Hotels and Resorts, which operates more than 50 hotels around the world. The new hotel is extending a special 50 percent discount on rooms through July 17 but is booked up on Fridays and Saturdays this month. The hotel is the second one in the Daiba waterfront district, following Hotel Nikko Tokyo.
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