Oakwood Premier Tokyo Gears Up for Opening

Exterior of Oakwood Premier Tokyo

SINGAPORE – January 10, 2016 – Oakwood Asia Pacific Ltd, which manages some of the finest serviced apartments for business and leisure travelers, announced introductory rates from USD300 for its ninth Oakwood property in Tokyo, Oakwood Premier Tokyo, opening on 15 January 2015.

Oakwood Premier Tokyo will be the first and only serviced apartment project in the Marunouchi central business district, Japan’s main financial and business district, which is renowned for shopping, tourism and gourmet dining.

“Whether for an extended sojourn or a short business or vacation trip, Oakwood Premier Tokyo is a good choice, offering fully furnished apartment units complete with modern home amenities and hotel service,” said Dean Schreiber, managing director, Oakwood Asia Pacific, Ltd. “Such serviced apartments are increasing in popularity amongst discerning travellers and Oakwood, with its nine properties in Tokyo, has redefined the Serviced Apartments product. We look forward to continuing the success we have achieved in Tokyo and to introducing more travellers to the benefits of our unique accommodation offering.”

Oakwood Premier Tokyo is available for both long and short stays and offers 123 move-in-ready, fully serviced units. It is the second property in Tokyo under the Oakwood Premier brand, known for luxurious apartments of uncompromising quality and service.

The property offers spacious apartments equipped with household appliances, a home entertainment system and Sound Bar System, as well as the full amenities and 24-hour services of high-end hotels. Services and facilities include 24-hour concierge and front desk services, regular housekeeping services, business services, meeting rooms, a Residents’ Lounge and high-speed Wi-fi. The multi-use complex in which the property is located offers services that ensure everything residents need is within easy reach, including a fitness centre, operated by an outside facility. Additionally, it is a two-minute walk away from Tokyo station.