Tokyo’s Haneda Airport gets a new hotel and MICE complex

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Tokyo’s Haneda Airport will see the launch of a new mega hotel, comprising business events and leisure facilities, come January 2023.

Haneda Airport Garden will be directly connected to the airport’s international terminal and cater for both leisure and business events visitors, according to its developer Sumitomo Realty and Development Company.

It will operate 1,717 rooms and suites across two hotels (Villa Fontaine Grand and Villa Fontaine Premier), making it the largest airport hotel of its kind in Japan. Of those accommodations, 160 rooms are classified as luxury.

Meeting facilities include an event hall of 2,400m2, a 1,000m2 atrium with a 13-metre high ceiling and a range of conference rooms and banquet rooms, some of which can accommodate up to 1,000 pax.

The complex will also feature a shopping centre with some 60 retail stores, 30 F&B options ranging from a 280-seat restaurant to food courts, an open-air bath with views of Mount Fuji and a bus terminal for easy access to central Tokyo, regional cities and tourist attractions.

“The facility is designed to meet the diverse needs of the world’s travellers by combining the concepts of hospitality, community and convenience as Haneda Airport becomes a 24-hour international hub airport,” said a Sumitomo Realty and Development spokesperson.

In the long term, Haneda Airport Garden will “contribute to the growth of the Haneda Airport area into one of the world’s most advanced business areas and to the sustainable development of the local community,” the spokesperson continued.

Bookings are already being taken, with some hotel rooms and facilities available from December 21. The grand opening of the complex is scheduled for January 2023, almost three years after its planned opening, which was postponed since April 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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