Ueda Tokyu REI Hotel
Ueda, still reminiscent of its days as a castle town, is the renowned gateway to Sugadaira Kogen and the Bessho Hot Springs. The Ueda station-front district, where the hotel is located, is a lively area great for sightseeing, business meetings and social get-togethers.
Toyama Excel Hotel Tokyu
Toyama boasts beautiful, bounteous nature. With the Hokuriku Shinkansen, access to Toyama from Tokyo is easier than ever. Also, Tateyama Station, starting point of the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route, is an hour away by train or car, and JR Toyama Station is nearby. For a pleasurable stay and elite dining, guestrooms and restaurant offer views of the magnificent Tateyama Mountains, rising to heights of 3,000 meters.
Kanazawa Tokyu Hotel
Kanazawa, also called “Little Kyoto,” fully maintains traditional Japanese culture and tourist must-sees like Kenroku-en garden, 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, and the Omi-cho Market. Kanazawa Tokyu offers guestrooms styled with a fine balance of traditional and modern aesthetics, reception hall sized for international conferences and parties, and Kaga cuisine restaurant. And access to Kanazawa is easier than ever with the Hokuriku Shinkansen.
Nagoya Tokyu Hotel
Nagoya, between Tokyo and Osaka, not only is home to aerospace industry and automobile giants but also is rich in cultural assets like Nagoya Castle and Tokugawa Art Museum. Nagoya Tokyu is in Sakae, central district of this major city. Guestrooms are decorated in an elegant, subtle color scheme, with a high-end French restaurant and bars complementing the luxurious ambience.
Nagoya Sakae Tokyu REI Hotel
Nagoya Tokyu REI is located in the city center’s Sakae district, east of Nagoya station, a bustling area with many offices, hot shopping spots, and dining opportunities. At just a seven-minute walk from Sakae and Fushimi subway stations, the hotel is ideally situated for both pleasure and business travelers.
Hakuba Tokyu Hotel
Shinshu Hakuba is a beautiful resort set within the great Northern Alps. Towering mountains, at heights over 3,000 meters, offer breathtaking views year-round. Hakuba Tokyu, amid this grandiose atmosphere, boasts a charming look - much like a European mountain lodge - and is very much an international resort hotel with such year-round recreation fun as skiing in winter plus trekking and tennis in the warm months.
Tateshina Tokyu Hotel
The pleasant scent of wood in the air, impressive Norway spruce columns, and wood beams with hand-carved engravings help make Tateshina Tokyu a classic Western-style building. The Tokyu Resort town of Tateshina is a comprehensive resort complex, complete with tennis courts, golf course, pools, and ski areas, all assuring our guests that year-round sports and recreation are always on hand.
Izu-Imaihama Tokyu Hotel
Imaihama, one of the finest beach resorts of Izu Peninsula, has a relaxed and soothing atmosphere. Spend mornings out on the balcony, overlooking the sparkling ocean and Izu Shichito Islands while listening to the sound of the waves; spend evenings soaking in a luxurious hot spring bath below a sky full of stars. And then there’s fine dining at Izu Imaihama, featuring fresh, locally caught seafood and vegetables.
Shimoda Tokyu Hotel
Shimoda, on southeast end of Izu Peninsula, is blessed with a warm climate. Indigo ocean, sea breezes, and seasonal flowers all give a distinctly island feel. Visiting nearby historical sites is another pleasure. The hotel, overlooking the bay, has a panorama of Izu Shichito islands on a clear day, and a nearby beach of beautiful white sand. There is also an outdoor bath overlooking the entire Izu beach area.