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Hilton opens first hotel in Japan’s Hokuriku region

On behalf of Hilton, we are delighted to announce the opening of DoubleTree by Hilton Toyama, the first Hilton hotel in Japan’s Hokuriku region. 

DoubleTree by Hilton Toyama is conveniently located within a three-minute walk of Toyama Station and a 20-minute drive of Toyama Kitokito Airport. The city of Toyama offers an ideal staging point for various popular day-trip destinations, including the Kurobe Alpine route, famous for massive snow walls; the traditional villages of Shirakawago and Gokayama; and the Noto Peninsula.

The 13-storey, 201-room hotel features contemporary guest accommodations with five room types, ranging from 26-square-metre layouts for up to three people to a 79-square-metre premium suite that can comfortably accommodate up to four people. The hotel’s interior design and artwork take inspiration from the natural beauty of Toyama, including Toyama Bay and the Tateyama Mountain Range.

Guests will have access to a variety of facilities and services, including inspiring banquet and meeting facilities that can accommodate up to 100 people, a 24-hour fitness centre, and a public bath with a sauna.

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“We are delighted to open DoubleTree by Hilton Toyama and look forward to welcoming both domestic and international travellers and inspiring them with feel- good moments, whether through our comfortable accommodations, elevated amenities, or signature, warm DoubleTree chocolate chip cookie welcome,” said Vincent Ong, vice president, Full Service Brands, Asia Pacific, Hilton. “DoubleTree by Hilton is a fast-growing global brand, and we look forward to continuing its expansion across Asia Pacific.”

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