Hilton Tokyo to unveil new rooms in 2013


2013 marks the launch of a brand new guest room, unveiling phase 1 of Hilton Tokyo’s 3-year multimillion-dollar Master Plan. Following the refurbishment of the banquet facilities and chapel which was completed in April 2012, the Hilton Tokyo has implemented the next stage in the hotel’s transformation into the city’s finest five-star property.

Commencing in January, 630 guest rooms and suites will be fully renovated and unveiled from April. The transformation of the room does not stop there. Hilton will also invest extensively in a unique bathroom experience – each room will be equipped with custom made deep soaking bath with rain-shower and among 812 rooms, 279 rooms and suites will feature Japanese inspired and market leading 4-point bathrooms. In 2013, Hilton Tokyo’s new Executive, Deluxe and Suite rooms will bring a heightened level of style, urban sophistication and luxury comfort to Tokyo.

2013 is also marked by Hilton Japan celebrating our 50th anniversary as the first international hotel group to commence operations in the Japanese market. “Since opening in 1963, Hilton Tokyo has always played an important role as the pioneer in the Japanese hotel industry, introducing innovative systems and services” says Jamie Mead, general manager of the Hilton Tokyo. Simultaneously, Hilton Tokyo has always valued and respected the cultural elements of each country in which we operate – that is why Shoji and Fusuma screens have been used as key decor elements in all guest rooms from 1963 and will continue to feature in 2013 and beyond.

Offering a truly spectacular urban view over Shinjuku, the new guest rooms and suites are smartly designed to serve both business and leisure travellers. The tone of the rooms is elegant and tranquil with a variety of Japanese touches throughout. Featuring beautiful Shoji and Fusuma screens, original lacquer accents, Japanese timbers and our global Hilton Serenity Bed, guests will lose themselves in this calm, private space with a definite sense of place. Spotless glass and chrome working desk blends seamlessly with floating Japanese inspired case goods and an elegant Bordeaux leather armchair and ottoman allows for relaxation and reflection, whilst overlooking Shinjuku’s skyscrapers or gazing west to Mt Fuji.

All rooms and suites are equipped with large LED HD TV/Blue-ray; multiple device high speed Wi-Fi and iPod/MP3 connectivity.

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