“With its beautiful contrasts between modernity and traditions, future-forward cities and breathtaking rural landscapes, Japan has always been an important market to Marriott International as a preferred destination for travelers,” said Rajeev Menon, president, Marriott International Asia-Pacific (excluding Greater China). “Our expanded portfolio with highly distinctive brands provides travelers in Japan with more choice to meet their needs and interests across a wide range of segments.”
Marriott International's footprint in Japan is expected to further expand in the coming years with more than 30 hotels in the development pipeline. These exciting developments include the much-anticipated debut of The Bulgari Tokyo and additional Fairfield by Marriott Michi-no-eki hotels across Japan.
“This year has been challenging without a doubt," said Karl Hudson, area vice president, Japan and Guam, Marriott International. "But despite travel uncertainties and challenges, we have debuted several new brands in Japan this year. We remain confident in the future of travel in Japan and are ready to welcome travellers to explore and discover this beautiful country.”