Pan Pacific Hotels Group today announces the opening of Bellustar Tokyo, a Pan Pacific Hotel and Hotel Groove Shinjuku, a Parkroyal Hotel in the heart of the vibrant district of Shinjuku.
Designed by Yuko Nagayama & Associates, the 48-storey Tokyu Kabukicho Tower is the first skyscraper designed by a woman in Japan.
Inspired by the former water fountain of Kani-gawa and by the Buddhist goddess of water, the tower was designed with the image of a fountain, while the upper part expresses the force of water stretching to the sky.
Located on the upper floors of Tokyu Kabukicho Tower, the luxury Bellustar Tokyo, a Pan Pacific Hotel features 97 rooms ranging between 41 sqm and 277 sqm, with floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the bustling city skyline.
The hotel boasts five one-bedroom penthouse suites, ranging from 113 sqm to 277 sqm on the 45th to 47th floor, featuring lavish and thoughtful design by renowned interior designer Keiji Ashizawa in partnership with award-winning Norm Architects.
The largest Sky Villa penthouse on the 47th floor features a spa treatment room, kitchen and jacuzzi that overlook the panoramic views of the skyline while the other penthouse suites feature a spacious living room, kitchen, and bar.
A 24/7 personal butler service is available on request and for an in-room fine dining experience, a private chef is available to create a curated menu for penthouse guests.
Exclusive for penthouse guests, the Penthouse Lounge located on the 46th floor is perfect for private meetings, gatherings, and afternoon teas.
Dining venues include modern French restaurant Bellustar while Bar Bellustar offers a wide range of liqueur, wine, sake, mocktails, and cocktails.
Further dining venues include Teppan Ten-yu, a Teppanyaki restaurant located on the 45th floor, and Sushi JIN-È restaurant which offers Edomae-style sushi made freshly with seasonal ingredients.
The hotel also has SPA sunya, also known as “sky” in Sanskrit, offering spa and facial treatments.
Hotel Groove Shinjuku, meanwhile, is located on the 18th to 38th floor of the Tokyu Kabukicho Tower. The 538-room hotel features an eclectic mix of art and music, inspired by the vibrant entertainment scene of Shinjuku’s Kabukicho district.
The hotel’s latest dining and bar space JAM17 is located on 17th floor and features a rooftop terrace equipped with a giant live screen and live entertainment. The dining and bar space was named after the musical pop culture jam session.
Restaurants and bars include JAM17 Dining, which offers a variety of classic Italian dishes from pizzas, pasta, grilled seafood, to roasts while JAM17 Gelateria offers a variety of gelato flavours. For a nightcap, JAM17 Bar serves a range of original cocktails curated by award-winning Shingo Gokan from the renowned SG Club, in Tokyo.