TOKYO The Capitol Hotel Tokyu is maximising the use of its fifth-floor Sanno Suite, converting it into a meeting room with a variety of set ups. It boasts generous natural lighting and a view of tranquil gardens and the Hie Shrine, one of the most revered in the country.
Michael Miyauchi, director of international sales, told Mix magazine the service is a new one and expressed optimism it would appeal to companies in the Akasaka area, location of the nearly two-year-old property. Also nearby is the National Diet (parliament), whose members regularly patronise the hotel’s F&B outlets such as the Suiren Japanese Restaurant, which also features a private dining room that opens onto an intimate garden.
The adjacent Sanno Tower is also expected to generate business as many multinational firms occupy several levels of the building.
The present 251-room Capitol Hotel Tokyu reopened in October 2010, after four years of undergoing massive reconstruction work.
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