Japan's Luxury Hotels Up For Wealthy Guests
Lots of fancy hotels are popping up all over Japan. They're not stopping anytime soon. You can find them in cities or on beaches.
A while ago, people were scared that there wouldn't be enough places to stay during the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics. This happened because it was estimated that around 40 million people would come. Hotels started to make more rooms, but then the coronavirus came along. Instead of lots of visitors, hotels had to deal with people who had to stay in quarantine. The new rooms that were made stayed empty.
Luxury hotels are becoming increasingly popular in Japan, with many charging over ¥100,000 ($735) per night. COVID-19 travel restrictions and unused Olympic hotels are no longer big issues. Both local businesses and overseas hotel chains are establishing themselves in the Japanese market.
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