(Central News Agency reporter Yu Xiaohan, Taipei, 21st) Taiwan’s hotel market will be very lively next year. Not only Hotel Nikko announced that it will officially plant its flag in Kaohsiung in the second half of the year, local hotel group Caesar Hotels revealed that in addition to opening new locations in Tainan and Kaohsiung within five years, it will also expand overseas markets.
After the COVID-19 (coronavirus disease 2019) epidemic subsided, the hotel industry grew rapidly. Optimistic about Taiwan’s hotel market, Hotel Nikko, a subsidiary of Okura Nikko Hotel Management Group, is expected to open in Kaohsiung in the second half of next year, building a 22-story, 260-room, international-class Japanese hotel.
Hotel Nikko Kaohsiung issued a press release stating that Hotel Nikko Kaohsiung was jointly built by Japan’s Daiwa Housing Industry and Mainland China Construction to form Pancontinental Construction, and is jointly managed by Okura Nikko Hotels Group. It is the first international-class hotel in Taiwan to directly use the name “Hotel Nikko”. hotel.
Hotel Nikko pointed out that in addition to facilities such as swimming pools, gyms, and saunas, the hotel also has Japanese restaurants, all-day dining restaurants, Chinese restaurants, lobby cafes, sky bars, and the Nikko Executive Lounge, as well as a high-ceiling column-free banquet hall that can accommodate 30 tables.
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In addition to Japanese hotel groups planting their flags in Taiwan, Taiwanese hotel operator Caesar Hotel chain CEO Pi Jinying told the media today that in the next five years, it will gradually expand in Tainan and Kaohsiung, and is expected to enter Japan’s overseas market next year. , to build a Japanese hot spring B&B with high unit price.
Pijinying pointed out that this year its subsidiary Keda Hotel in Taipei will celebrate its 6th anniversary. Driven by post-epidemic tourism demand, Keda’s housing performance this year reached a new high and reached a new high. The occupancy rate exceeded 90%, and the average house price also increased by about NT$300. , this time coincides with its 6th anniversary. In addition to launching discounts, Keda Hotel also launched a New Taipei Christmas City housing project to attract customers. (Editor: Guan Zhongwei) 1121121