Hotel Okura to reopen with Tokyo’s priciest rooms

TOKYO — Hotel Okura said Monday that its flagship Tokyo property will reopen in early September 2019, as competition intensifies for customers seeking luxury accommodations. The new facility, originally set to open next spring, will begin operations in …
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