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Date: July 24th – August 9th, 2020
Location: Tokyo, Japan
From the excitement and awe of the Opening Ceremony, to the thrills of all the sporting action, the Summer Games in Tokyo, Japan will be the most anticipated sporting event of 2020! Let us customize your Summer Games Package to ensure a memorable experience.
Luxury Accommodations for The Summer Games
Four Seasons Otemachi — Overlooking the Imperial Palace, the new Four Seasons Otemachi boasts panoramic city views of busy Tokyo. With stylish surroundings of the top quality and highly personalized 24-hour service, Four Seasons is a true home away from home experience for those who know and value the best.
Park Hyatt Tokyo — An elegant oasis of space and serenity, Park Hyatt Tokyo hotel is the ideal luxury destination in Tokyo where guests can appreciate a 360 degree view of the lively city and Mount Fuji. Occupying the top 14 floors of the 52-story tower, the hotel allows guests to have an unparalleled level of comfort and personalized service as well as first class gourmet dining options at the center of the vibrant city.
Palace Hotel Tokyo —A five-star haven for hospitality; serene and refined, and imbued with understated luxury throughout. The cozy and contemporary earthy colored interiors of the rooms take inspiration from the Imperial Palace gardens, which can be seen from the spacious balconies. Surround yourself with the sophisticated celebration of Japanese culture that is Palace.
Hilton Tokyo — This beautiful hotel is situated in Shinjuku, the heart of Tokyo’s business, shopping and entertainment district, and is the ultimate place to experience modern Japan. Unwind in one of the modern Japanese-style rooms and admire fabulous city views.
Hyatt Regency Tokyo — Located in Shinjuku, Hyatt Regency Tokyo is in the heart of a thriving business, shopping, and entertainment district. This capacious luxury hotel boasts breathtaking views of the city and Mt. Fuji to the west.
Preferred Seating for Summer Games
The seating at the various venues at the Summer Games are pre-determined by the Event Organizers and generally set up according to price categories. Some venues will have up to 3, 4 or more price categories. Although all categories will provide a great Games experience, these designations can be very broad. Please use the breakdown and descriptions below to determine the desired category of seating:
Category Premium A – For the most discerning spectator, these are Category A seats located in the most prime areas of the stadium, on the sides and in the lower level.
Category A – Generally located on the sides upper or mid-level.
Category B – Generally located in the corners either upper or lower-level.
Category C/D – Entry level seating to the event. Generally located on the ends either upper or lower level.
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about the Summer Games and tokyo, japan
The Summer Games, one of the biggest events in sports, unites the world as it takes place every four years. All the excitement surrounding the Games has shifted to Tokyo, as they prepare to host the event again. The first time that Japanese capital hosted the Summer Games was in 1964 and they will proudly host it for the 2nd time on July 24 to August 9, 2020.
The Summer Games will be televised for the whole world to see and while most will watch the Summer Games from their televisions, sports fans who will be in attendance in the Tokyo 2020 venues can expect an extraordinary experience.
They will watch history in the making while savoring that electric atmosphere that seems to exist only at the Games. If there’s a sporting event that should be on your bucket list—this is the one.
Tokyo will surely excel as a host city and in the 2020 Summer Games they will also have the honor of introducing 5 new sports: karate, sport climbing, surfing, skateboarding, and the return of baseball/softball.
Tokyo (東京, Tōkyō) is the capital of Japan and the world’s most heavily populated metropolis. There are loads of things to do in Tokyo and things to see other than the Summer Games. Sports fans have the option to visit the Sensoji Temple and Asakusa Shrine in the Asakusa district. Visitors can go shopping in the fashion mecca of Ginza, experience the sight of Shibuya crossing (popular as the busiest intersection in the world), admire the views of Mount Fuji, or sample some of the amazing Tokyo food and drink.
The Japanese capital will be the place to be in the summer of 2020. As hosts to the Summer Games, Tokyo will welcome and approximate of 11,000 athletes from 206 countries. During the last Summer Games in Rio, over a million visitors came to witness the competitions. Sports enthusiasts can expect even more guests to turn up in 2020.
There are 33 different venues for the Summer Games in Tokyo. The majority of these are split into two zones — the Heritage Zone and the Tokyo Bay Zone — and within five miles of the Olympic Village. The center of the action will be the National Olympic Stadium, which will be the venue for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies, the athletics events, and the football final.
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