Oakwood to Open 3 New Properties in Japan

The serviced apartment group will also debut its first property in Osaka.

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Known for its warm hospitality and stylish abodes, serviced apartment group Oakwood will be bringing three more properties to Japan this summer.

The first to be unveiled is Oakwood Residence Shinagawa in Tokyo, which will open its doors in April. With 202 serviced apartments ranging from studio to three-bedroom units, the property is conveniently located within walking distance to Shinagawa Station’s Konan Exit and near a number of multinational companies.

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Its second new property in Tokyo is Oakwood Apartments Nishi-Shinjuku, which will be nestled in the western Shinjuku area and in close proximity to two subway stations including JR Shinjuku Station. While it offers just 40 units in studio and one-bedroom formats, the property similarly comes with fully furnished kitchens, household appliances, and Wi-Fi.

Most anticipated of all is the Oakwood Hotel and Apartments Shin-Osaka, the group’s first property in the city and its only one outside of Tokyo. Within walking distance to Shin-Osaka Station, it features 185 rooms and serviced apartments, along with access to a concierge, front desk and housekeeping services as well a gym.

These properties, with their prime locations, are ideal for business travelers or leisure visitors who hope to optimize their stay in two of Japan’s biggest cities.

More information here.

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