Bulgari Hotel & Resorts, Tokyo, 40-45 of Midtown Yaesu. The new luxury hotel, Bulgari Hotel Tokyo, located in its skyscraper on the first floors, was opened.
The new hotel, with 98 luxury rooms and suites designed with a blend of Italian lifestyle in harmony with local history and culture, was designed by the Milan-based architectural studio of Bulgari Hotels and Resorts’ world-renowned designer, Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel.
Celebrations, Bulgari Group CEO Jean-Christophe Babin, Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike, Japanese Ambassador to Italy Gianluigi Benedetti, famous actress Anne Hathaway, singer and actress Tomohisa Yamashita, Board Member of Mitsui Fudosan Co. Yutaka Kawamura, Bulgari Group’ It started with the ribbon cutting ceremony with the participation of Silvio Ursini, Executive Vice President of Bulgari Hotel Tokyo, Yuji Tanaka, General Manager of Bulgari Hotel Tokyo, and Vincent Reynes, President of Bulgari Japan.
“We are proud to add a new jewel to the crown of Bulgari Hotels & Resorts in Japan, a strategic market for over 30 years,” said Jean-Christophe Babin, CEO of Bulgari Group. We combine jewelry and accommodation perfectly and ensure that our customers stay not only in the stores of our brand, but also with quality service. This gives us the opportunity to share the Italian luxury experience, design and creativity in an environment that reflects the Bulgari spirit.” said.
On April 4, to officially open the hotel, Bulgari Group CEO Jean-Christophe Babin, Bulgari Hotels & Resorts Executive Director Silvio Ursini, Bulgari Japan CEO Vincent Reynes, General Manager of the new hotel Yuji Tanaka, architect Patricia Viel, ACPV partner Antonio Citterio held a press conference with Patricia Viel, chef Niko Romito, Anne Hathaway, Kōki, Hikari Mori and Tomohisa Yamashita. Japanese and international media attended the event and visited the hotel.
Bulgari, like other hotels and resorts, associated Bulgari Hotel Tokyo with the rare gem, the pink diamond, in honor of the pink cherry blossoms that bloom during the Sakura season, an important place in Japanese culture, representing beauty and harmony.