Prince Hotels Plans To Convert Rugby World Cup Visitors Into Guests

Prince Hotels Plans To Convert Rugby World Cup Visitors Into Guests

Japanese chain Prince Hotels is gearing up for the 2019 Rugby World Cup by promoting its properties which are conveniently located for games involving the home nations.

England play their first match in Sapporo, against Tonga on Sunday 22 September. Fans can stay at Sapporo Prince Hotel and are invited to also visit to the Sapporo Beer Museum whilst in the city.

Ireland and Scotland will be playing their first match against each other in Yokohama on Sunday 22 September where Shin Yokohama Prince Hotel is located. Other attractions in the city include the Cup Noodle Museum and Ramen Museum.

Meanwhile, Wales playing their first match in Toyota, against Georgia on Monday 23 September. Supporters can stay at the nearby Nagoya Prince Hotel Sky Tower and visit the Toyota Techno Museum in Nagoya to learn the history of Japan’s leading car manufacturer.

Prince has 43 hotels across Japan, in rural areas and smaller towns as well the large cities. Its three brands  ‘The Prince’, ‘Grand Prince Hotel’ and ‘Prince Hotel’,  offer guests the chance to experience the authentic Japan with properties ranging from countryside retreats, city breaks to ski resorts.

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