Japanese hotels provide some of the best services in the world. They offer unique rooms that go one step further so that customers can not only stay in comfort, but have a particularly fun time. Why not stay in one such room if you are coming all the way to Japan?
Enjoy a happy time surrounded by Snoopy
The Imperial Hotel, which opened its doors in 1890, is an iconic hotel in Japan with a long tradition. And this iconic hotel offers a room decorated with the world-famous Snoopy. A stuffed Snoopy doll in a chef's uniform welcomes you when you open the door. It also has bed throws with characters from the Peanuts comic strip in Imperial Hotel uniforms and a rug of Snoopy as a master chef. In addition, you can get an original Master Chef Snoopy Lunch Bag as a souvenir to remember your stay.
Chock full of Hello Kitty charm
Hello Kitty is a very popular character from Japan that continues to be loved worldwide after more than 40 years since its introduction. Keio Plaza Hotel Shinjuku, located five minutes on foot from Shinjuku Station, offers two types of Hello Kitty rooms. In the KITTY TOWN room, Hello Kitty enjoys the city resort of Tokyo by visiting an amusement park with family and friends and shopping. The PRINCESS KITTY room is a private room in which Hello Kitty refreshes and spends time feeling like a princess surrounded by her favorite things. The photograph is of KITTY TOWN.
Immerse yourself in the world of Gundam
Gundam ia a very popular robot animation in Japan. Over the thiry years since the release of Mobile Suit Gundam in 1979, various works have been made such as a TV series and theatrical version. The hotel, Grand Pacific Le Daiba offers rooms where you can immerse yourself in the world of Gundam. There are three types of rooms - the special, the Jaburo (the military complex in Gundam) and the standard. Walking into these rooms is as if you are a character in the animation. Custom-made amenities are also provided.
A must-see for Koala lovers. The Koala's March room
Koala's March is a long-selling chocolate candy released in 1984. It is available at convenience stores and supermarkets and is one of the most popular candies in Japan. In a Koala's March room in Lotte City Hotel Kinshicho, you can meet the Koala's March character, March-kun. With March-kun bed covers, cushions, coffee mugs and amenities, it is an irresistible dream room for koala lovers. There are many souvenirs to look forward to as well.
A relaxing space surrounded by pandas
Ueno Park is a haven for city residents with cultural facilities including several museums and a zoo. The Mitsui Garden Hotel Ueno nearby offers panda-themed rooms based on the panda bears that are a particular favorite at the zoo. There are twin and double rooms and both have simple black and white interiors where children and adults can relax in a space surrounded by pandas. The rooms come with panda coffee cups and panda patterned shower curtains and toilet papers in the bathroom. The photograph is of a panda room (R) (Twin).
Mitsui Garden Hotel Ueno三井ガーデンホテル上野
- Address 3-19-7, Higashiueno, Taitou-ku, Tokyo, 110-0015
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*Unless stated otherwise, all prices include tax.
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