Ritz-Carlton heads to Japan’s Nikko

Come 2020, a Ritz-Carlton hotel owned by Tobu Railway is expected to open in Nikko, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Northern Kanto region of Japan.

Plans are for The Ritz-Carlton, Nikko to offer 94 guestrooms and suites, each providing a view of either Lake Chuzenji or Mount Nantai. Dining options are expected to include an all-day dining restaurant, a lobby lounge and bar, as well as a Western restaurant.

Artist impression of the property in Nikko

The hotel will also feature facilities such as a spa with treatment rooms and a private onsen (Japanese hot springs).

The Ritz-Carlton, Nikko is slated to be located along the East end of Lake Chuzenji and South of Mount Nantai, providing guests with easy access to attractions including Nikko’s National Park and the UNESCO World Heritage designated area.

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