A swanky property under The Luxury Collection by Starwood, the new location is situated within the Tokyo Garden Terrace Kioicho.
International leisure group, Prince Hotels, is set to unveil The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho on 27 July 2016. A property under The Luxury Collection by Starwood, the new location is situated within the Tokyo Garden Terrace Kioicho, a facility combining office space, homes, and a hotel.
Additional features encompass commercial properties and conference facilities, all of which are currently under development by the Seibu Group, a conglomerate which includes Prince Hotels. Kioicho is a historic area located within close proximity from the centre of Japan’s capital, Tokyo.
During the Edo Period which ran from 1603 to 1867, the city was home to many of the dwellings which belonged to the country’s ruling aristocracy—the daimyo lords—who served as the shogun’s lieutenant. The newly launched destination combines views from heights of upwards of 140 metres.
Meanwhile, the elegant interiors deliver the sensation of being in an art museum, alongside the 250 guestrooms which promote functionality, comfort, and culture. The establishment boasts eateries specialised in local, Western, and Italian cuisine, two bars and lounges, a spa, and fitness centre.
From a service perspective, the aim will be to provide a seamless experience through the improved acquisition, maintenance, and sharing of guest preferences. The adjacent Akasaka Prince Classic House adds value as an edifice completed in 1930, making it rich in architectural appeal.
Patrons will find facilities that meet the demand for celebratory spaces within a historical atmosphere. To further improve the brand’s profile, promotional offices will open mid-year in New York and Sydney, joining seven other markets including Los Angeles, Honolulu, Paris, Singapore, Shanghai, Taipei, and Bangkok.