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  • 2020 By the Book -- Accommodation


    08/20/13

    (ATR) Tokyo has proposed the most hotel rooms for the Games. More details in this installment of By the Book, an exclusive series of reports from Around the Rings based on the candidate files of Istanbul, Madrid, and Tokyo

    Istanbul

    A rendering of the Congress Valley Auditorium. (Istanbul 2020)

    • 55,229 Hotel rooms for the games
    • 17,500 bedrooms in the Media Village, 1,500 bedrooms in the Technical Officials Village, 19,500 Public University bedrooms, and planned new hotel bedrooms at 17,236. In total there will be over 100,000 bedrooms.
    • Number of five star, four star, three star, two star hotels: 219
    • More than 25,000 rooms available for spectators.
    • 10 hotels with over 2,000 rooms are planned for to be constructed by 2020

    Madrid
    A rendering of the Volley Playa in Retiro Park. (Madrid 2020)

    • 44,933  hotel rooms for the games
    • 3,000 bedrooms in the Media Village, and total rooms with other accommodations will be 88,512.
    • Number of five star, four star, three star, two star hotels: 381
    • About 49,000 rooms within 50km of Madrid are reserved for spectators. 10,000 reserved in 2 to 5 star hotels.


    Tokyo
    A rendering of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Village. (Tokyo 2020)

    • More than 140,000 hotel rooms for the games
    • About 87,000 rooms within 10 km of the Games center, and over 140,000 rooms within 50 km
    • Number of five star, four star, three star, two star hotels: 363
    •33 night stays for guests during the Olympics, and 22 night stays for guests during the Paralympics
    • 140,000 rooms within 50 km of the Olympic Stadium will be available for spectators, with 9,530 hotel rooms available in traditional Japanese Ryokan.

    By the Book is a series of reports on the 2020 candidate cities, using information provided in the candidate file of each city.

    Written by Aaron Bauer.

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