ASAP Member Frasers Hospitality will tomorrow (7 August 2020) officially open its latest property, Fraser Suites Akasaka in Tokyo’s Central Business District.

The 22-storey, 224-room, gold-standard serviced residence is located near major transportation hubs, foreign embassies and the Tokyo Broadcasting System (TBS) Television and is surrounded by major local and multinational corporations.

Despite COVID-19 leading to a temporary halt to tourism, Tokyo has consistently been the most visited city in Japan, with nearly 40% of business travellers staying on average more than seven days each time.

A recent survey of Fraser World members found that 74% of leisure travellers would prefer to stay at serviced apartments, post-COVID-19.

Fully furnished rooms, studios and one-bedroom apartments in Fraser Suites Akasaka range from 32 sqm to 60 sqm, with kitchenettes, rain showers and bathtubs, and state-of-the-art home entertainment systems. The property offers a 24/7 gym, a golf simulator and The Retreat, a conducive space for work and relaxation that comes with massage chairs, along with a dining restaurant.

Frasers Hospitality’s entry into Tokyo follows the opening of Fraser Suites Hamburg in Europe last year, bringing the Frasers portfolio to more than 140 properties in over 70 cities globally.

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