Accor has teamed up with actual property firm Tokyu Resorts and Stays Co. to open its first dual-branded property in Japan.
The Osaka-based property will open on December 1, combining Accor’s midscale Mercure model and Japanese long-stay model Tokyu Keep.
The 288-room Mercure Tokyu Keep Osaka Namba will probably be positioned a four-minute stroll from Namba station, which offers a direct practice to Kansai Worldwide airport.
The design consists of darkish interiors harking back to firewood – an ode to the Nishi Shinsaibashi space which housed warehouses for firewood wholesalers in the course of the Edo interval. These later became galleries and boutiques for native artist and creatives.
Lodging are designed for each short- and long-stay visitors, with a range providing washer-dryers and kitchenettes. All rooms embody 50-inch TVs, rain showers and excessive pace wifi.
Amenities will embody Italian delicacies at all-day eating restaurant Centre M, which may also serve a daily-changing buffet breakfast and afternoon tea.