Frasers Suites Tokyo to open in Japanese capital

    Fraser Suites - Japan
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    Frasers Hospitality Group has announced a collaboration with Japan’s leading property and real estate developer, Sekisui House, Ltd to open Fraser Suites Tokyo. Redeveloped from an existing 4-storey commercial building, Fraser Suites Tokyo will be a 23-storey building comprising 223-unit premier Gold-standard serviced residence.

    The leading real estate developer in Japan, Sekisui House is involved in local and international housing developments, comprehensive urban commercial projects and mixed-use developments. Sekisui House is no stranger to hospitality properties, having collaborated with international hotel brands to launch Ritz Carlton and St Regis in Kyoto and Osaka respectively. With a strong focus and emphasis on environmental sustainability, Sekisui House is a front-runner in incorporating environmental technologies into their developments and the upcoming Fraser Suites Tokyo will be no exception.

    Befitting of the Fraser Suites brand, world-renowned Hirsch Bedner Associates have been appointed interior designers of Fraser Suites Tokyo. The interior design will embody touches of sophistication and understated elegance with evident traditional Japanese accents highlighted throughout the property. Fraser Suites Tokyo offers a selection of spacious and luxurious studio apartments and one-bedroom apartments, ranging 35sqm to 60sqm.

    Each fully-serviced residence will feature living, dining, and bedroom areas furnished with international quality fittings. A wide comprehensive range of lifestyle facilities provided will include a fully-equipped 24-hour gymnasium, a golf simulator, an alfresco dining restaurant with beer garden and a 140sqm conference and meeting facility. Also available is the signature Retreat, where one can rest and relax amidst a tranquil setting.

    Frasers Hospitality Group’s global portfolio, including those in the pipeline, stands at 139 properties and more than 80 cities and 22,800 keys worldwide.

    Daniel Fountain / 24.06.2016

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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