『お部屋 de キャンプ Collaboration with Coleman』
Photo: Hilton Tokyo OdaibaHilton Tokyo Odaiba

Hilton Tokyo Odaiba now offers in-room camping and seaside barbecues

Partake in all the joys of the great outdoors without leaving the city or sacrificing your creature comforts

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Dina Kartit
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With outdoor leisures becoming more popular since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, Hilton Tokyo Odaiba hotel is now offering nature-themed getaways just 15 minutes away from central Tokyo. These staycation packages, created in collaboration with American outdoor leisure brand Coleman, come with in-room camping stays and seaside barbecues. 

『お部屋 de キャンプ Collaboration with Coleman』
『お部屋 de キャンプ Collaboration with Coleman』

In-room camping plan

This is no ordinary camping, though. The package lets you enjoy the fun of camping within the modern comfort of a jungle-decorated room. The space is all decked out with Coleman’s outdoor gears while you’ll also have a balcony with a 180-degree view of the Tokyo Bay, an astronomy telescope as well as lanterns for stargazing. 

Soft drinks and sparkling wine are part of the deal, so is a breakfast buffet offering 90 different options. Plus, you’ll also get a 20 percent discount on the hotel’s restaurant menu.

This unique indoor camping experience is available until December 9, priced at about ¥79,428 for a double occupancy room. There’s a ¥7,458 surcharge for an additional person staying in the same room. You can book your stay by calling 03 5500 5500 from 10 am to 6 pm. More details here.

『お部屋 de キャンプ Collaboration with Coleman』
『お部屋 de キャンプ Collaboration with Coleman』

Seascape Open-terrace Grill BBQ 

When it comes to Odaiba, the panoramic seascape often hits the mark – but you don’t have to spend the night to enjoy the views. Hilton Tokyo Odaiba is also offering an open-terrace barbecue overlooking  Tokyo Bay.

Choose between a seafood or a meat set course, which you can grill to your liking with Coleman’s special barbecue equipment. Each set comes with a drink. However, due to the current state of emergency restrictions, alcohol beverages will only be served after May 31.

This barbecue plan costs ¥11,000 for two people. It’s available for lunch (11am-1pm, 1.30pm-3pm) and dinner (4.30pm-6pm, 6.30pm-8pm) until September 30. Make a reservation online or via phone (03 5500 5580)

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