Japan poised to meet Shinzo Abe’s target of 40 million foreign tourists in 2020

making it the largest hotel in Japan when it opens next year. Fourteen new hotels are expected to be completed in the city by 2020, delivering an additional 4,500 rooms, and including the first Hyatt …
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