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Ritz-Carlton Nikko to have private onsen
POSTED 16 Apr 2018 . BY Jane Kitchen
The Ritz-Carlton will open a location in Nikko, Japan in 2020, set amid a Unesco World Heritage site.

Located two hours north of Tokyo, Nikko is an outdoor and cultural tourism destination that features a number of famous Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines, along with the scenic Kegon Falls.

The Ritz-Carlton Nikko will be located amid the mountains and forests along the east end of Lake Chuzenji, and will have 94 bedrooms with views of either the lake or Mount Nantai.

The fitness facilities and signature Ritz-Carlton Spa will offer "unique treatment rooms" and a private onsen – a traditional Japanese hot spring.

"Today’s luxury traveler is increasingly seeking out unique experiences and the opportunity to become immersed in a destination’s culture," said Lisa Holladay, global brand leader.

"We're delighted to meet this need by opening exceptional properties in exciting new locations such as Nikko. We will be working to curate a Nikko experience that truly showcases what is special about this destination while bringing to life and honouring its Unesco heritage."

 


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Ritz-Carlton Nikko to have private onsen
BY Jane Kitchen

The Ritz-Carlton will open a location in Nikko, Japan in 2020, set amid a Unesco World Heritage site

The Ritz-Carlton will open a location in Nikko, Japan in 2020, set amid a Unesco World Heritage site

The Ritz-Carlton will open a location in Nikko, Japan in 2020, set amid a Unesco World Heritage site.

Located two hours north of Tokyo, Nikko is an outdoor and cultural tourism destination that features a number of famous Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines, along with the scenic Kegon Falls.

The Ritz-Carlton Nikko will be located amid the mountains and forests along the east end of Lake Chuzenji, and will have 94 bedrooms with views of either the lake or Mount Nantai.

The fitness facilities and signature Ritz-Carlton Spa will offer "unique treatment rooms" and a private onsen – a traditional Japanese hot spring.

"Today’s luxury traveler is increasingly seeking out unique experiences and the opportunity to become immersed in a destination’s culture," said Lisa Holladay, global brand leader.

"We're delighted to meet this need by opening exceptional properties in exciting new locations such as Nikko. We will be working to curate a Nikko experience that truly showcases what is special about this destination while bringing to life and honouring its Unesco heritage."




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