HONG KONG, 11 March 2021: Fairfield by Marriott, part of Marriott Bonvoy’s portfolio of 30 brands, announced Wednesday the upcoming openings of six new Fairfield properties in Japan.

The new hotels that are slated to open in
2021 include Fairfield by Marriott Mie Odai, Fairfield by Marriott Kyoto
Minamiyamashiro, Fairfield by Marriott Tochigi Nikko, Fairfield by Marriott
Wakayama Kushimoto, Fairfield by Marriott Wakayama Susami and Fairfield by
Marriott Gifu Takayama Shokawa.

The openings bring Fairfield by Marriott
hotels to key locations near roadside rest stations called “Michi-no-Eki”,
across four prefectures in Japan and situated close to national parks and
UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

“We are excited to launch Fairfield by
Marriott brand expansion in Japan this year, with the opening of six more
hotels in collaboration with our partner, Sekisui House,” said Marriott
International president Asia Pacific (excluding China), Rajeev Menon.

Opening soon

Fairfield by Marriott Mie Odai (72 rooms) opened 9 March 2021 in Odai, located near some of the most famous hiking trails in Japan, namely Osugidani and Mount Somon trails.

Fairfield by Marriott Kyoto Minamiyamashiro (50 rooms) opens this Friday, 12 March 2021. It is located 28km from Nara, close to the local charms of Kyoto’s only village.

Fairfield by Marriott Tochigi Nikko (91 rooms, opens 22 March 2021 located in Nikko, a town built around the Nikko Toshogu shrine that attracts culture seekers and worshippers.

Fairfield by Marriott Wakayama Kushimoto
(90 rooms) is due to open on 14 April 2021, located adjacent to
Michi-no-EkiKushimotoHashigui-iwa, a roadside station that looks out to
Hashigui-iwa Rocks, one of the famous natural coastal wonders in Japan facing
the Pacific Ocean.

Fairfield by Marriott Wakayama Susami (90
rooms), is due to open on 9 June 2021, located next to Michi-no-EkiSusami,
which looks out onto the Pacific Ocean.  

Fairfield by Marriott Gifu Takayama Shokawa
(64 rooms) will open during summer 2021, surrounded by natural beauty,
including the clear mountain streams and the famous ancient Shokawa Sakura –
two cherry blossom trees that have stood on the shore of Lake Miboro for the
last 500 years.