Oakwood adds London and Tokyo properties

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Oakwood Worldwide and Oakwood Asia Pacific have added new serviced apartments in London and Tokyo respectively.

Oakwood Worldwide has expanded its London portfolio with a newly-renovated six-unit building located at 96 Leather Lane. The property offers a combination of one-, two- and three-bedroom fully furnished serviced apartments, situated between the Inns of Court in London's legal district and the media and creative business district of Clerkenwell. The property is also close to several underground stations and National Rail links from Farringdon.

"Oakwood Leather Lane is a valuable addition to our London portfolio, complementing our existing property in Farringdon, and other recent acquisitions in Marylebone and Great Tower Street," said Debbie Lundon, managing director for Oakwood Worldwide. "We continue to seek opportunities to expand the choice for travellers coming to London, offering great locations while ensuring a consistently high standard of service and care."

Meanwhile Oakwood Asia Pacific will open its ninth serviced apartment property in Tokyo in January 2016.

The Oakwood Premier Tokyo in Marunouchi, will be the second Oakwood property in Tokyo licensed to cater to short-stay travellers, after Oakwood Apartments Ariake.

"We are delighted to open another Oakwood-branded property in the exciting city of Tokyo, where we are already the leading player," said Dean Schreiber, managing director of Oakwood Asia Pacific. "Tokyo has been fantastically successful for us over the years. We have phenomenal relationships with our business partners, great properties, superb staff and everything we need to continue being successful in this unique city. We are confident that Oakwood Premier Tokyo will be yet another world-class accommodation option for our customers and be another feather in the Oakwood cap."

The Oakwood Premier Tokyo will be located in a mixed-use complex close to Tokyo Station, the busiest train station in Japan.



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