Tokyo Welcomes Bulgari’s Eighth Hotel Worldwide
- 15 May '23
- 12:37 pm by Nuriyah Johar
Bulgari Hotels & Resorts has added another gem to its already impressive collection with the opening of Bulgari Hotel Tokyo in April 2023. The new hotel is located in the heart of the Japanese capital, in the Yaesu 2-Chome North District, occupying the 40th to 45th floors of the Tokyo Midtown Yaesu ultra-skyscraper. The hotel offers 98 rooms and suites, all decorated with luxury Italian residential furniture brands, including Maxalto, Flexform, and B&B Italia, as well as an extraordinary Bulgari Suite.
The hospitality industry in Tokyo has been experiencing significant growth in recent years, with the city welcoming an increasing number of international travelers. This trend has led to a rise in luxury hotels and resorts opening their doors in the city, offering guests unparalleled experiences and world-class amenities. Bulgari’s expansion into Tokyo is a testament to the city’s position as a global destination for luxury travel and hospitality.
One of the standout features of the Bulgari Hotel Tokyo is the one-of-a-kind culinary journey offered at Sushi Hōseki. The Japanese concept started at Bulgari Resort Dubai and has been a massive hit with guests. The restaurant offers only eight seats overlooking a private Japanese rock garden and will be helmed by Japanese Chef Kenji Gyoten, who has been awarded three Michelin Stars at Sushi Gyoten. Guests can expect a memorable gastronomic experience with the finest ingredients from Japan.
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The Bulgari Hotel Tokyo also offers iconic signature features of Bulgari Hotels & Resorts, including The Bulgari Bar, Il Ristorante – Niko Romito, and the Fireplace Lounge, all with outdoor terraces. The hotel also boasts the Bulgari Dolci boutique, two dramatic ballrooms, and a wedding salon for guests.
In addition, the 1,000-square-meter Bulgari Spa offers the ultimate wellbeing experience, with innovative treatments, therapies, and grooming for both men and women. The spa includes a state-of-the-art fitness center and a 25-meter indoor pool, providing guests with a luxurious and relaxing experience. Bulgari Hotel Tokyo’s interior design has been entrusted to the Italian architecture and interior design firm ACPV ARCHITECTS – Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel. The firm has brought Bulgari’s core values of contemporary design, magnificent craftsmanship, and artistic detail to life.
The recent opening of the Bulgari Hotel in Tokyo marks a significant development in Japan’s luxury hospitality industry. The hotel’s prime location in the heart of the city is set to make it a highly sought-after destination for discerning travelers. The move by Bulgari to expand its presence in Tokyo reflects the city’s growing reputation as a global hub for luxury travel and hospitality.
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