BEST WESTERN INTRODUCES ITS LATEST HOTEL
IN KOCHI, JAPAN
Best Western International expands its presence in Asia with a new property in Kochi on the beautiful tropical Island of Shikoku, the smallest, yet, best-preserved island in Japan.
Best Western Kochi, a newly built 172-room hotel, is ideally located right in the very city center of Kochi, home to Japan's most famous feudal castles and scenic historical attractions. Within walking distance to popular shopping streets and the famous Sunday Market Daimaru, the hotel provides superior amenities, first-class international services, and modern facilities such as free in-room high speed wireless Internet access and a business center with latest equipment. The hotel's state-of-art design French restaurant "Les Palmiers" entices local and international crowds to savor its many signature dishes in a jazzy ambiance.
The naturally rich and beautiful town of Kochi, Shikoku's cultural and commercial center, boasts its irresistible unique Japanese-style country charm. The city is bordered by lush green mountains to the north, and blessed by the abundance of the Pacific Ocean to the south. Kochi allows visitors to indulge themselves in a relaxing dip in a hot spring, stunning hiking in the fresh air, the world-class surfing along a ruggedly beautiful coastline, and enjoy themselves with one of Japan's freshest and most delicious seafood at the end of the day.
Best Western International is celebrating its 60th Anniversary as a membership association of independently owned and operated hotels that provide marketing, reservations and operational support to its members. Growing from an informal referral system among hotel members in 1946, Best Western International now becomes THE WORLD'S LARGEST HOTEL CHAIN® with more than 4,200 hotels in 80 countries worldwide and is one of the industry's most endearing iconic brands. For more information, please visit www.bestwestern.com
Public Relations Coordinator
Best Western International (Thailand)
Phone: +662 654 1400
Fax: +662 654 1414