The Prince Park Tower Tokyo Completes Renovation Project

(Courtesy of The Prince Park Tower Tokyo ) Courtesy of The Prince Park Tower Tokyo

The Prince Park Tower Tokyo has finished its $22 million renovation project. The newest member of the Preferred Hotels & Resorts L.V.X. Collection was redesigned with the property’s location in the heart of Minato Ward’s Shiba Park in mind.

Almost 600 of its guestrooms were refurbished and the Premium Club Lounge was revamped. Also included in the renovation is an enhanced lobby experience—most notably, “Forest Greeting,” a new piece of artwork by Hirotoshi Sawada. His piece includes hundreds of small hanging mirrors acting as a chandelier to light up the space. The lobby is also home to a new boutique gift shop with exclusive chocolates and sweets by executive pastry chef Takeshi Naito and a wine collection by the hotel’s sommelier, Yoshiaki Ichimara. Additional renovations include:

Premium Club guestrooms: On Floors 29 to 31, AB Concept, a Hong-Kong based luxury design company, imitated Shiba Park and created new earth tone color scheme, wood flooring, furniture and amenities by C.O. Bigelow under the theme “A Park of the Park.” So it feels like the outdoors, contemporary branch-like cabinet fixtures and tree swing-like hanging chairs were used in the new design.

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Panoramic guestrooms: On Floors 19 to 28, there is new furniture, carpeting and a light blue color palette designed to create a feeling of relaxation. AB Concept repositioned the desks and beds to maximize space and showcase views of landmarks, such as the Zojoji Temple and Tokyo Tower.

The Premium Club Lounge: This is only available to people who stay at the Royal and Premium Club floors. It now has upgraded services and amenities, as well as more space. The space provides complimentary food options, tea and coffee, tapas and access to conference rooms for business purposes. The lower floors offer a natural hot spring spa and fitness facility, bowling alley, indoor pool, over 10 on-site restaurants and a bakery.

The hotel credits these changes, alongside the property’s dining and amenities, with securing its membership within the Preferred Hotels & Resorts L.V.X. Collection.

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