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Best Western enters Tokyo’s vibrant Machida district

(Bangkok – June 22 2016): Best Western? Hotels & Resorts has continued to expand its presence in Japan with the launch of a new hotel in the vibrant Machida district of Tokyo.

Now open to guests, Best Western Rembrandt Hotel Tokyo Machida is located in the western part of the Tokyo metropolitan area, with excellent transport links - including extensive rail connectivity - to the city center and other parts of Japan.

For example, the popular Tokyo district of Shinjuku is only 35 minutes away via the Odakyu Line, and it takes just 20 minutes to travel to Yokohama on the JR Yokohama Line. Alternatively, guests can stay in Machida and explore the local area, which is blessed with multiple parks, museums and shopping malls.

The hotel features a sleek, modern design and all rooms come equipped with contemporary amenities such as flat-screen TVs and complimentary Wi-Fi. Many of the rooms also feature panoramic windows that offer stunning views of the Machida skyline and the glittering lights of Tokyo beyond.

Guests have a choice of dining options, with the Carillon Restaurant serving delicious local Japanese and international dishes, along with sumptuous buffets, and Long Fuang Restaurant specializing in exquisite Chinese cuisine.

Best Western Rembrandt Hotel Tokyo Machida also features a range of options for meeting and event planners, including wedding services, function rooms and space for private parties.

“I am pleased to welcome Best Western Rembrandt Hotel Tokyo Machida to our extensive collection of hotels in Japan,” commented Olivier Berrivin, Best Western Hotels & Resorts’ Managing Director of International Operations - Asia. “With its excellent location and connectivity, modern design and array of international amenities, I am confident it will become a popular destination for both business and leisure travelers.”

Best Western operates a large portfolio of hotels all across Japan, from the snow-capped peaks of Hokkaido in the north to the beaches of Okinawa in the south. Best Western Rembrandt Hotel Tokyo Machida becomes the company’s second property in the Tokyo metropolitan area, following the Best Western Tokyo Nishikasai.

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