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The Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Nikko, Japan, is Finally Open

News The newly opened hotel in Nikko, Japan, by The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company is a great destination for all travelers in search of unique places and one-of-a-kind experiences. The hotel, which is located in a UNESCO World Heritage Site, offers a whole new level of luxury. Without a doubt, this is a worthy addition to the hotelier’s portfolio of premium hotels in the Asia Pacific.

It is hard to think of a better place to feel united with spectacular nature. The new Nikko hotel is comfortably nestled in Japan’s Northern Kanto region. It takes two and a half hours to reach the hotel from Tokyo using a car or a train. For centuries, Nikko has been a sacred place. UNESCO added it to the list of the World Heritage Sites because of Nikko’s importance as a cultural and religious destination. Numerous temples and shrines with their stunning and rich d├ęcor make this region truly special. Besides scenic Shinto shrines and mesmerizing Buddhist temples, Nikko is famous for such landmarks as the Kegon Falls, Mount Nantai, and Lake Chuzenji.

The hotel is open directly in Nikko National Park. Without a doubt, this is a worthy addition to the luxury hotel segment of Japan. The hotel’s design was inspired by elegant and graceful Japanese culture and architectural traditions. Designers tried to emphasize the natural beauty of the country and Nikko in particular. Wood and stone are the major materials in the design of the new hotel. The Ritz-Carlton hotel in Nikko has 94 spacious guest rooms and suites. All of them come with private balconies.

The new Nikko hotel has four dining options. Lakehouse offers Western cuisine cooked from the finest and freshest local ingredients. The Japanese Restaurant is an all-day dining restaurant with a choice of Japanese dishes. The Bar is a fantastic place to relax and try various exclusive cocktails made from local ingredients. Finally, the Lobby Lounge is the most suitable for lunchtime or afternoon tea.

The Ritz-Carlton Spa offers a range of treatments inspired by the nature and heritage of Nikko. Besides that, the hotel has authentic hot springs or onsen that are so popular across Japan. There are large indoor and outdoor hot spring baths with the thermal water taken from the nearby Yumoto Onsen. Japanese hot baths are great for rejuvenating the body and reaching peace of mind. Besides that, the hotel’s spa offers various personalized treatments.

16.07.2020

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