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Pan Pacific to open 2 hotels in one skyscraper in Tokyo

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Pan Pacific Hotels Group has signed two new properties in partnership with Tokyu Hotels.

Scheduled to open in the first half of 2023, the Bellustar Tokyo, a Pan Pacific Hotel and Hotel Groove Shinjuku, a Parkroyal Hotel will both be housed within the Tokyu Kabukicho Tower, Shinjuku’s new landmark skyscraper complex by architectural firm Kume Sekkei, designer of the Yayoi Kusama Museum in Tokyo.

Choe Peng Sum, Chief Executive Officer, Pan Pacific Hotels Group, said, “We are delighted to strengthen our partnership with Tokyu Hotels. This will add another two hotels to the success of Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel, a Pan Pacific Partner Hotel, established in 2019. Our two new hotels are situated right in the heart of Shinjuku, which will be a major draw for international travelers and a prime location for us to capture the global tourism demand.”

The Bellustar Tokyo, a Pan Pacific Hotel will be situated on the uppermost 39th to 47th floors and will have 97 keys.

Each room will range in size between 42 square meters and 277 square meters, with windows spanning seven meters in width for sweeping views of the horizon.

At the peak of the tower will be five ultra-luxurious suites, ranging in size from 114 square meters to 277 square meters.

The 45th floor will offer guests a “sky dining” experience, with three-story high, floor to-ceiling windows in the main restaurant. This will be accompanied by teppanyaki, sushi, bar and lounge offerings.

On the topmost 47th floor, facilities will include a spa overlooking the Tokyo cityscape, and a 138 square meters private sky lounge reserved for guests of the Penthouse suites.

The hotel will also feature a dedicated lift and check-in counter, option for in-room check-in, and a private gym with direct elevator access to Bellustar Tokyo, A Pan Pacific Hotel

The Hotel Groove Shinjuku, a Parkroyal Hotel will occupy the 18th to 38th floors of Tokyu Kabukicho Tower.

The hotel's 538 rooms will range in size from 21 square meters to 61 square meters.

The 17th floor will offer guests a medley of cuisines at the hotel’s main dining restaurant, seating 130 diners, and a bar.

Also on the 17th floor are private event rooms and an open-air East Terrace, featuring an outdoor LED screen for movie events, media showcases and more.

The hotel also provides access to Tokyu Kabukicho Tower’s unique entertainment facilities such as live performance venue Zepp Shinjuku (Tokyo), Theater Milano-Za, and 109 Cinemas Premium Shinjuku.

Jun Murai, President and Representative Director, Tokyu Hotels, said, “Managed by Tokyu Hotels, Bellustar Tokyo and Hotel Groove Shinjuku will carry our strong service experience in Japanese hospitality, combined with Pan Pacific Hotels Group’s powerful global platforms. We are poised to welcome guests from around the world, providing them with a unique stay experience in Kabukicho, Shinjuku Japan."

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Will have to let foreign tourists in then, won't they.

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Goodbye Kabukicho as we know it.....

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