Hotel Opening Japan

The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho Hotel to Open This July

This new hotel is sited within Tokyo Garden Terrace Kioicho, a multi-use facility that combines office space, a hotel, homes, commercial properties, and conference facilities, under development by the Seibu Group, a conglomerate that also includes Prince Hotels.
Sky Lobby at The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho Hotel
Sky Lobby at The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho Hotel

Luxury Collection Hotels & Resorts

Prince Hotels will open The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho, a Luxury Collection Hotel, on July 27, 2016. This new hotel is sited within Tokyo Garden Terrace Kioicho, a multi-use facility that combines office space, a hotel, homes, commercial properties, and conference facilities, under development by the Seibu Group, a conglomerate that also includes Prince Hotels.

This new hotel is to be positioned as the most luxurious of all the 48 hotels that Prince Hotels operates both within Japan and abroad. It shall be a member of The Luxury Collection, the luxury hotel brand for Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide.

Kioicho is a historic area located nearly at the center of Japan’s capital, Tokyo. During the Edo Period, from 1603 to 1867, it was the site of many of the homes of Japan’s ruling aristocracy, the daimyo lords, who served as the shogun’s lieutenant. Prince Hotels is set to embark on a new path here on July 27, 2016.

The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho, a Luxury Collection Hotel, will offer spaces that combine views from heights of upwards of 140 meters with elegant interiors that offer exaltation and a sensation of being in an art museum. It will offer 250 guest rooms that combine functionality with rich comfort, a Japanese restaurant that will offer the delights of Japanese culture, western restaurants with a focus on Italian cuisine, as well as two unique bars and lounges, a spa and a fitness center.

From the service perspective, the aim will be to provide a seamless service experience through the improved acquisition, maintenance, and sharing of our guests preferences, using advanced information technology. In addition, there will be the adjacent Akasaka Prince Classic House, a western building completed in 1930, in which guests will find restaurants, cafés, bars, and banquet facilities to meet the demand for celebratory spaces, while taking advantage of the uniquely historical atmosphere.

As a means to further improve the sales and public relations for Prince Hotels, new promotional offices will be opened mid-year, 2016, in New York and Sydney.

Prince Hotels will reach out to the people of the world from nine such promotional offices, in New York, Los Angeles, Honolulu, Paris, Singapore, Sidney, Shanghai, Taipei, and Bangkok.



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