The Capitol Hotel Tokyu Has Been Honored with a Five-Star Hotel Rating from Forbes Travel Guide in its New 2021 Edition
The flagship of Tokyu Hotels is also celebrating the 10th anniversary since its 2010 renewal.
By: Tokyu Hotels
"We are delighted to receive this prestigious distinction on our 10th anniversary and to be a part of a group of the world's top rated Five-Star hotels," said Takahiro Sueyoshi, General Manager of The Capitol Hotel Tokyu. "As Japan's first foreign-affiliated hotel, which helped open up tourism to Japan, this accolade is a testament to our predecessors who had a vision for exceptional hospitality and the dedication to continuing in that vision."
The luxury accommodation embraces the concept of fueki ryuko, meaning "continuity and change." The hotel continues to deliver authentic experiences and discoveries of the highest quality to its guests. For example, at Hie Shrine, for a fee, the hotel can arrange for guests to enter the typically off-limits shrine building to experience the atmospheric rituals of an authentic Shinto ceremony, something typically performed at the behest of worshippers experiencing important life events or when wishing for good fortune in business ventures.
Tokyu Hotels Initiates Its Cleaning and Safety Standards to Respond to the COVID-19 Pandemic Throughout All Properties.c
At Tokyu Hotels, our guests' comfort and well-being during their stay is our top priority. In this regard, we are delivering high standards of hygiene and cleanliness in all our properties. We are actively monitoring these initiatives with a continual focus on the health and safety of our guests and associates.
About Forbes Travel Guide
Forbes Travel Guide is an independent, global rating system for luxury hotels, restaurants and spas. Anonymous professional inspectors evaluate based on up to 900 objective standards, with an emphasis on exceptional service. The annual Five-star rating has been revered as an international authority on travel since its inception in 1958. In 2015, the guide was expanded to include five cities in Japan including Tokyo, in the Hotel and Spa category.
About Tokyu Hotels
Tokyu Hotels was founded in January 2001 as a hotel management company by Tokyu Group, to expand its primary transportation enterprise and accompany its department stores, museums, and galleries. At present, they offer nearly 50 urban accommodation venues, comprising nearly 12,500 guestrooms. In April 2015, the hotels consolidated into three distinct brands: Tokyu Hotel (reliable, gracious service with dignified, warm hospitality)
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