Hilton – Japan’s Leading Resort

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Hilton Odawara Resort & Spa has received recognition during the World Travel Awards  for being “Japan’s Leading Resort 2011” for the second consecutive year. This is the sixth time the hotel has been awarded the prestigious award, considered one of the best by by the Wall Street Journal.

Mr Naoki Oto, the General Manager at Hilton Odawara Resort & Spa attributes the success to the property to its feeling of being a sanctuary and offering an excellent range of facilities available and of course to his team. Mr. Oto notes that “This achievement is testament to the dedicated professionals we have at the resort. We always strive for quality and excellence in every aspect of the business, and seek to make every guest our number one priority. We are deeply honored to be recognized for this”.

Since its grand opening in April 2004, Hilton Odawara Resort & Spa guests have enjoyed an exceptional resort experience. Nestled in to the foothills of Japan’s majestic Hakone Mountains and overlooking the waters of Sagami Bay, the resort is the perfect retreat only 60 minutes from Tokyo. With travellers seeking short breaks and wholesome experiences, combined with a brand reputation synonymous with quality, Hilton Odawara Resort & Spa has certainly positioned itself as an ideal choice.

Opened in April 2004 as the first Hilton Worldwide tranquil resort, the Hilton Odawara Resort & Spa is surrounded by the majestic Hakone Mountains, overlooking a breathtaking ocean view across Sagami Bay,  all 172 guest rooms enjoy a panoramic ocean view.  It offers hydrotherapy spa pools, sauna, a 25-meter swimming pool, Japanese-style natural hot spring baths, sports facilities, an esthetic salon, banquet rooms, restaurants and bar.

The World Travel Awards, established in 1993 has become a prestigious travel industry awards program. it acknowledges and rewards excellence in all sectors of the global travel industry across over 190 countries. Winners are determined through an online voting campaign which attracts around 167,000 travel professionals worldwide, including more than 110,000 travel agents. Recognition at the awards is deemed to be one of the best endorsements a tourism product could hope to receive.

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