Prince Park Tower Joins Preferred Hotel Group

Preferred Hotel Group continues to grow in Japan with the announcement that the 673-room Prince Park Tower in Tokyo has joined it under the Preferred Hotels & Resorts flag. The flagship property of Prince Hotels & Resorts, the 33-storey hotel is located in Shiba Park near the Zozoji Temple and major attractions including the iconic Tokyo Tower.

 

The guestrooms and suites enjoy views of the cityscape and surrounding parkland, with selected accommodation types having private balconies. Each is comfortably appointed to meet the needs of business and leisure travellers, with amenities including a King-sized or twin beds, an ensuite bathroom, LCD television, high-speed internet access, workdesk, minibar and coffee-/tea-making facilities. Discerning guests staying on the hotel’s Premium and Royal floors will also enjoy exclusive access and privileges in the renewed Premium Lounge.

 

An eclectic mix of dining venues await guests at the Prince Park Tower, serving a variety of cuisines ranging from classical Japanese to flavoursome Cantonese. Shiba Zakura, Hamashiba, Tenshiba and Torishiba each specialize in an aspect of Japanese dining, complemented by the Steak House offering teppanyaki favorites. Brise Verte uses the best regional ingredients to create a selection of mouthwatering western dishes, while Yomeiden offers Cantonese staples including dim sum and noodle dishes. Cocktails, wines and spirits can be enjoyed in the comfort and relaxed surroundings of the hotel’s 3 lounges and bars, the Lobby Lounge, Stellar Garden and Mokuren.

 

Extensive event facilities cater for corporate meetings or social gatherings, with a 3,600-guest capacity ballroom, 17 meeting rooms and 3 separate wedding chapels capable of hosting events of all sizes. Recreational and wellness facilities include a 25-meter heated swimming pool, hot spring bath, gymnasium and a bowling alley, while a collection of shops satisfy the shopping urges of guests.

 

Japan remains one of the most important corporate and leisure destinations in Asia following the earthquake and tsunami dual disasters in March 2011. Preferred Hotel Group is seeing a strong return of business to its portfolio in Japan, which now includes 11 properties across Hiroshima, Sapporo, Tokyo and Yokohama under its Preferred Hotels & Resorts, Sterling Hotels and Summit Hotels & Resorts brands.

 

For more information, visit www.preferredhotelgroup.com.

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