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ANA Intercontinental Tokyo Wins World Travel Award For ‘Japan’s Leading Business Hotel’ For The Second Consecutive Year

June 27, 2017 Accolades No Comments Email Email

ANA InterContinental Tokyo (Akasaka, Minato Ward, Tokyo), is proud to announce that, for the second consecutive year, it has been honoured with a ‘World Travel Award’ in the category of Japan’s Leading Business Hotel.

Established in 1993 to acknowledge, reward and celebrate excellence, the World Travel Awards are the highest accolades in the travel and tourism industry today. Nominations are based on the previous year’s voting by the public, together with recommendations made by travel, tourism and hospitality industry professionals worldwide. While new technology has ensured that travel has maintained its position as one of the fastest growing industries on Earth, dedicated travel professionals and their clients have come to regard the World Travel Awards as the best endorsement that any travel product can receive. Trophies are awarded in all areas of the industry and presented across three tiers: country, regional and world awards.

ANA InterContinental Tokyo is a commendable recipient for this esteemed award due to its seamless ability to cater to the needs of business travellers. This is not only because of the Hotel’s full-service business centre, modern meeting facilities and proximity to Tokyo’s central business district, but also because of its exemplary levels of service, choice of comfortable guestrooms and suites with high-tech amenities, the Club InterContinental Lounge and its associated privileges, a health & fitness centre, and 11 restaurants and bars offering superb cuisine and quality alcoholic beverages. ANA InterContinental Tokyo is also renowned for its expertise in the coordination of business meetings and incentives, conferences and events, banquets, functions and private dinners in a variety of settings. Conference and executive meeting facilities range from the Prominence Ballroom, which can accommodate up to 1600 delegates for a conference or up to 900 for a gala dinner, to more than 20 multi-purpose function rooms of various sizes, including meeting rooms, boardrooms and private dining rooms, all of which can be set up in a variety of different styles ranging from banquet to reception to theatre or school. Three ‘events suites with a view’ are designed to capture a sense of place that will inspire delegates and achieve results. A specialised team of highly trained professional staff is on hand to cater to every aspect of meeting requirements with the full scope of audio-visual technologies and PA equipment readily available. Additionally, the Hotel’s executive business centre offers a wide array of services including photocopying, printing, data processing, bookbinding, a telegram and courier service, and access to WiFi-connected computers for conducting all aspects of business.

Commenting on this prestigious win, Mr. Markus Platzer, Area General Manager, Greater Tokyo, said, “I am delighted that ANA InterContinental Tokyo has been recognised as a leading business hotel, and to have received this award two years in a row is testament to the hard work, commitment and excellent service of our dedicated team, the significant support of our owner company and, of course, our guests who have supported us since the opening of this hotel. We continue to be focused on delivering the InterContinental experience to our loyal guests.”

ANA InterContinental Tokyo is a landmark hotel in the heart of Tokyo with a convenient and direct access from Narita or Haneda International Airport. The hotel is in an ideal location close to the central business district, Government offices, Embassies and must-see attractions such as Tokyo Tower and Ginza. This 37-storey hotel offers a total of 844 guest rooms, a choice of 11 restaurants and bars including Michelin Starred restaurant by Chef Pierre Gagnaire, and over 20 banquet and function rooms of various sizes. The stunning lounge “Club InterContinental” on the 35th floor is the largest lounge in Japan and offers unparalleled level of service and breathtaking views of Tokyo’s skyline and Mount Fuji.

ANA InterContinental Tokyo opened the doors to its very first guests as the ANA Hotel Tokyo on 7th June 1986 and rebranded to ANA InterContinental Tokyo after the joint agreement between ANA and the InterContinental Hotels Group in 2007. As one of a leading business hotel in Tokyo, the hotel commits to deliver the superiority experience to our guests to deliver the InterContinental Life.

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