Bulgari Hotels & Resorts have announced the opening of the company’s newest hotel, Bulgari Hotel Tokyo.
Located on the 40th to 45th floors of ultra-skyscraper Tokyo Midtown Yaesu and boasting vistas of the city that include the Imperial Palace Gardens and extend to Mountain Fuji, the hotel is in close proximity to both the Nihombashi and Marunouchi financial districts and the iconic shopping and dining avenues of Ginza.
“We are proud to add anew gem to the crown of the Bulgari Hotels & Resorts collection with the opening of Bulgari Hotel Tokyo in Japan, a market that has been a strategic market for us for over 30 years,” commented Bulgari Group CEO Jean-Christophe Babin.
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“Jewelry and hospitality combine perfectly to meet Bulgari’s clients’ expectations of a high level of service not only in our brand stores, but also when staying in our extraordinary properties, and provides us the opportunity to share the Italian luxury experience, design and creativity in an environment which reflects the Bulgari spirit.”
The Milan-based architectural studio of Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel designed the hotel’s 98 rooms and suites. At the helm of the interior designs of Bulgari Hotels and Resorts’ seven other properties, the final look fuses Tokyo’s trademark modernism with the Italian brand’s heightened glamor.
Also included within the Bulgari Hotel Tokyo is Sushi Hōseki, an eight-seat restaurant that overlooks a private Japanese rock garden and is headed by three Michelin star winning Japanese Chef Kenji Gyoten.
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Guests can also look forward to enjoying classic Bulgari Hotels features, including The Bulgari Bar, Il Ristorante by Niko Romito, a Bulgari Dolci boutique, and a fireplace lounge with an outdoor terrace.
The hotel will also include two ballrooms and a wedding salon, as well as a 10,763 sq ft Bulgari Spa, in which a fitness center and an indoor pool are located.
And continuing the brand’s tradition of linking each of its hotels and resorts to a rare gem, the Bulgari Hotel Tokyo will be associated with the pink diamond, a homage to the cherry blossom so entwined with the legacy of the city.
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“I am delighted to be providing leadership at the Bulgari Hotel Tokyo and to have the honour of opening this new jewel in the Bulgari crown,” said Yuji Tanaka, General Manager of the Bulgari Hotel Tokyo.
“I look forward to leading my team of world-class professionals to deliver the impeccable service for which the Italian jeweler of the hotel industry is rightly famous.”