Accor opens 284-Room ibis Styles Hotel in Nagoya


Accor has expanded its portfolio of hotels in Japan, with the opening of the 284-room ibis Styles Nagoya.

The hotel is located within walking distance from Nagoya Station and adjacent to the Yanagibashi Central Market, a renowned food market with over 400 shops, restaurants and food stalls.

“We are delighted to introduce our first ibis Styles hotel in Nagoya,” said Patrick Basset, Chief Operating Officer of Accor, Upper Southeast & Northeast Asia and the Maldives. “The ibis Styles brand is dedicated to providing a fun hotel experience with modern comforts and unique design to budget-conscious travelers. Apart from being the home of Japan’s automotive industry, Nagoya also boasts a rich history and dynamic culinary scene. The opening of ibis Styles Nagoya is an exciting step for our expansion across Japan’s top destinations.”

The compact 18 square-meter Double Rooms and 20 square-meter Twin Rooms feature the signature ibis Styles SweetBed, 49-inch 4K televisions, air purifiers with plasma cluster function, night tables equipped with power outlets and USB connectors, and rain showers. Interconnecting rooms are available for families and groups.

The ibis Styles Nagoya also offers guests a café style restaurant with freshly brewed coffee and all-day dining as well as a multi-purpose area that can be used as a co-working and meeting space for up to 20 guests.

“ibis Styles Nagoya captures the local spirit of our neighborhood with a stylish and creative personality. Thanks to our prime location near the train station and local market, we believe this new hotel will become a favorite base among local and international guests to explore the city. We look forward to welcoming travelers looking for an economy-priced hotel with all the modern travel necessities,” said Takehisa Gunji, General Manager of ibis Styles Nagoya.

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Accor. Good company. I worked for them a year in NY. Welcome to Japan.

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Is Ibis Styles Nagoya the kind of hotel that insists on always using a lower-case i, even when the translator explains it might not be a good idea?

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My sister-in-law works for Accor in Kyoto.

Apparently, it has been super busy this month.

Good for the hotel, I suppose, as it only opened in July, but I hope they are taking whatever safety measures they can to protect staff and guests.

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