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Best Western Celebrates Opening of New Tokyo Hotel with Fun Contest!
Join us to win a two-night stay at Best Western Hotel Fino Tokyo Akihabara!


(Bangkok – October 3, 2018)Best Western Hotels & Resorts is celebrating the opening of its latest hotel in one of Tokyo’s trendiest downtown districts,Akihabara, with an exciting new contest! Two lucky Best Western Rewards memberswill win a two-night stay, including breakfast for two people at the brand new Best Western Hotel Fino Tokyo Akihabara.

Located in the heart of Akihabara, which is famous for its lively, colorful streets and shops specializing in consumer electronics, manga and anime, the hotel located less than 400 meters from Suehirocho Station and Naka-Okachimachi Station on the Tokyo Metro, and just 60 minutes from Haneda Airport or 70 minutes from Narita Airport, making it the perfect choice for travelers seeking a convenient, contemporary and affordable place to stay in the heart of action.

The 80 modern rooms are equipped with cutting-edge facilities such as international power sockets and free Wi-Fi, keeping all guests fully-connected throughout their stay. Guests can start their day with buffet breakfast or enjoy “grab n’ go” snacks and drinks at hotel’s vending machine. A laundry service is also available.

For the chance to WIN a fantastic two-night stay at Best Western Hotel Fino Tokyo Akihabara, enter the contest by visit www.facebook.com/BestWesternAsia and simply tell us what are three things your will do in Akihabara!This contest is open from October 5, 2018 until 4pm (GMT+7) on October 20, 2018. Winner will be announced on October 22, 2018.



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