Hyatt Adds Hotel to Fuji Speedway
The hotel also has a driving simulator and is home to the Fuji Motor Sports Museum, which features “historic-worthy and landmark racing cars from the late 19th century.”
Hyatt launched The Unbound Collection in 2016which he describes as “a portfolio of new and existing high-end hotel properties, ranging from historic urban gems to contemporary trendsetters, boutique properties to resorts and private accommodations”.
Recent additions include Hotel Tornabuoni in Florence, Hotel du Palais Biarritz, Magma Resort Santoriniand the La Zambra hotel on the Costa del Sol in Spain.
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Commenting on the news, David Udell, Asia Pacific Group President, Hyatt Hotels Corporation, said:
“We are truly honored that Toyota Fudosan Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of the Toyota Group, has chosen the Hyatt brand and The Unbound Collection by Hyatt as a key part of its Fuji Motorsports Forest project – the first hotel that Toyota has co-developed with Hyatt.
“With the highly anticipated reopening of Japan’s borders, Fuji Speedway Hotel will provide overseas visitors and local residents with a memorable and one-of-a-kind experience, blending the excitement of motorsports with the luxury of a boutique hotel in the beautiful countryside.”
Last month, Hyatt announced it had entered into a joint venture with Japanese company Kiraku that will see the opening of a collection of modern-style hot spring ryokans “set in breathtaking landscapes.”
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