The Westin Tokyo is currently enjoying brisk sales and expects business to continue to thrive as consumers presently have a propensity to spend money on luxurious food and accommodations, the hotel’s general manager said recently.

“I believe consumers are showing a more positive attitude toward spending money as they want satisfying experiences, rather than giving into depressing news all the time,” Dietmar Kielnhofer said.

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