The Hamilton Sapporo
Sapporo Holdings Y.K. is a subsidiary of Japan Xpress Hotel Holdings Ltd., a Japan based company which focuses on the expansion of the Group hotel business.
In July 2006, the Group, through Sapporo Holdings Y.K., acquired The Hamilton Hotel in Japan.
Sapporo Holdings Y.K. was established on March 8, 2004 for the purpose of operating investments, inns and hotels. Its principal asset is a hotel known as The Hamilton Hotel located in Chuo Ward, Sapporo City, Japan.
The Hamilton Hotel has been in operation since early 2004. It is an 8-storey building erected over a one-level basement. It comprises a total of 103 guestrooms of various types including a Japanese room, a meeting room, a hair saloon, a Japanese restaurant and an esthetic saloon. The total gross floor area of The Hamilton Hotel is approximately 3,209.13 square metres.
Aizuya is a traditional Japanese hot spring inn located at Nasu, Tochigi prefecture, a famous mountain resort area which is approximately 2 hours drive from Tokyo downtown. It has total 22 rooms including 2 rooms with hot spring open bath. It can accommodate total over 60 guests at one time. Facilities include 2 large hot spring baths, 2 private hot spring open baths for staying guest exclusive use at charter base, 2 massage rooms serve female clients only, 1 restaurant serving dinner & breakfast and 1 souvenir shop including Aizuya private label item such as Sake, Soba (Japanese noodle) etc.