This Aesthetic New Hotel in Metro Manila Will Instantly Transport You to a Japanese Vacation
IMAGE Hotel OkuraYou could even take a relaxing dip in their hinoki bathtub!
There’s a reason why Japan sits at the forefront of budding travelers’ bucket lists. With the island country’s captivating combo of history and contemporary culture, we can speak for many when we say that we’re itching to witness them firsthand. While border restrictions slowly ease its way back to normalcy, in the meantime, Japanophiles can dip into the experience without stepping into an airport–just head over to Newport World Resorts’ latest addition to its roster, Hotel Okura.
What to expect at Hotel Okura, Newport World Resorts’ aesthetic Japanese staycation spot
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Passports and visas aren’t necessary, but visitors will be transported to the Land of The Rising Sun in a quick blink. The hotel’s atrium lobby is a peek into the Japanese influences that fills its halls, starting from the structures and prominent natural elements made of wood and stone. Visitors will be welcomed by a glass pagoda reception era, where a minimalist rock garden and a mountainous landscape encircles the atrium.
With 190 guests rooms in the luxury hotel, Okura doesn’t run short when offering five-star-worthy comfy stays. Each personal space comes with a luxurious bed, bathtub, rainfall shower, flatscreen TV, high-speed Wi-Fi, multimedia room controls, and a Nespresso coffee machine.