Tamachi gets new Pullman

sleep November 01, 2018 09:00

By The Nation

8,266 Viewed

AccorHotels has announced the official opening of Pullman Tokyo Tamachi as the first Pullman hotel in Japan and the Group’s 1,000th hotel in the Asia Pacific region.



Located at Tamachi Station in one of the city's most up-and-coming business districts, the 143-room hotel is surrounded by canals and provides easy access to Tokyo Tower, Haneda Airport, and Ginza. It is only a short walk from the Yamanote train line, meaning guests are a short ride from such major Tokyo districts as Shibuya, Shinjuku and Tokyo station. Guests can also enjoy a short cruise from the nearest canal to exciting Odaiba, a popular entertainment precinct on an island in the middle of Tokyo Bay.

The Pullman’s second floor is connected by covered walkway to Tamachi Station and is directly linked to Tamachi’s newest landmark, Tamachi Station Tower S — also known as msb Tamachi - a 30-storey shopping, restaurant, and office complex.

“We are excited to extend our footprint in Japan with the opening of our first Pullman,” said Eric D’Ignazio, vice president of AccorHotels Japan. “The Pullman brand is globally recognised for bringing an upscale and hyper-connected experience to guests that combines performance with enjoyment. It is the perfect brand for a vibrant metropolis like Tokyo and we are proud to launch as AccorHotels’ 1000th hotel in Asia Pacific.”

The lobby Junction boasts a colourful Japanese kabuki-inspired aesthetic, reflected throughout the hotel with a spirit of beauty and boldness that is typical of this stylised form of Japanese theatre. Designed to be lively and interactive, the Junction will change its mood throughout the day, offering barista coffees, cakes, pastries in the morning, and cool cocktails in the evening.

Guests can enjoy freshly prepared Mediterranean styled dishes with an Asian twist at Kasa, where the food philosophy is simple, fresh and fun including a live Teppan ice-cream counter. At Platform 9 rooftop bar, Japanese styled tapas can be shared alongside cocktails inspired by renowned bartender, Roman Foltan. The cosy bar features sweeping views of the Tokyo skyline and a cool, urban ambience, which will make it popular with both locals and visitors alike.

The hotel also features three banquet and meeting rooms, all located on the ninth floor, with floor-to-ceiling windows that offer picturesque views of Tokyo and provide a private, comfortable space that can be used for any occasion. In addition, there is a Fitness room with state-of-the-art equipment and an Executive Lounge. All guest rooms and suites feature the tailor-made Pullman Bed from Takumi Otsuka, illy coffee machines, BOSE wireless speakers and indulgent CO Bigelow amenities, ensuring the highest levels of comfort and performance.

For reservations, email HB137@accor.com or call (+81) 3 6400 5855 and visit www.Accorhotels.com for more information.