Oakwood Hotel & & Apartments Azabu Tokyo, which opened on January 14, includes 171 houses, varying from studio to three-bedroom setups, to deal with leisure and service travellers.
” Over the previous 2 years, we have actually presented new brand experiences to enhance our portfolio and set new market benchmarks in response to an emerging sector of sophisticated travellers who press the limits of traditional hospitality. Through resilience and creativity, Oakwood has found out to talk to the post-pandemic tourists sense of uniqueness, penchant for visual appeals and mission for positive social impact.”
Global house brand name Oakwood has opened its 13th home in Japan and revealed new jobs in China and Bangladesh as it looks for to capitalise on current growth in Asia Pacific.
” As countries gradually re-open borders and the world progresses versus this battle with the pandemic, we have reasons to be positive about the travel outlook for 2022,” stated Oakwood ceo, Dean Schreiber.
The brand is planning to double its portfolio by 2025 with the opening of Oakwood Hotel & & Apartments Azabu Tokyo in January marking the very first of 20 new openings prepared for 2022.
The dining establishment and dining area at Oakwood Hotel & & Apartments Azabu, Tokyo
The business prepares to open 100 Oakwood Beluxs homes in China by 2030, the very first 3 of which are expected to launch in April, August and October 2022 in Dalian, Yantai and Qingdao respectively.
The 89-room Oakwood Hotel & & Apartments Dhaka is surrounded by global restaurants and coffee shops, while Oakwood Suites Dhaka is located in the service district, offering 32 studios and one-bedroom houses with clever technology, customised butler, round the clock concierge services and a penthouse Sky Bar for breakfast.
Oakwood has likewise formed strategic collaborations to help the brand name advance into brand-new areas including its entry into Bangladesh. Oakwood Hotel & & Apartments Dhaka and Oakwood Suites Dhaka, both owned by Aara Hospitality, are slated to open in April 2022.
The Asia Pacific expansion also consists of the launching of Oakwood Beluxs, a brand name that was launched in Mainland China in 2020 for a new generation of travellers trying to find smart, personalised and sustainable experiences.