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Kawasaki King Skyfront Tokyu REI Hotel Opened in June, 2018 by Tokyu Hotels

Tokyu Hotels

From JPY14,500 for a double room for single occupancy, and from JPY24,000 for a twin room for double occupancy.

Tokyu Hotels opened its new Life Style hotel "Kawasaki King Skyfront Tokyu REI Hotel" last June, 2018 with its concept of "WAREHOUSE." It is located in King Skyfront, a new science and technology innovation hub, situated by the Tama River with Tokyo Haneda International Airport on the opposite shore.

At "The WAREHOUSE," rooms are simply designed and functional, with exposed concrete, timber and steel materials. Guests can relax cycling or jogging on the riverside, working out at the gym, soaking in the large bath or having drinks on the roof top terrace with expansive views of the Tama River and Haneda Airport.

Tokyu Hotels New York Office
Phone: 1-800-428-6598/212-490-0456, Email:

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