The Bulgari Hotel Tokyo is officially open, showcasing a marriage between the Italian and Japanese art of living.
The hotel, which is situated from the 40th to 45th floors of the Tokyo Midtown Yaesu, is an ultra-skyscraper in the Yaesu 2-Chome North District. Located in a very central location of Tokyo, the Bulgari Hotel is a walking distance from the Imperial Palace and the vibrant shopping areas of both Nihombashi and Ginza. Its newly opened Tokyo hotel continues the Bulgari Hotels & Resorts design ethos that merges elements from Japanese and Italian artistry and craftsmanship. From carpentry to stone masons to textile artisans, every detail is a marriage between both cultures.
The 98-room hotel is situated right in front of the Tokyo Station. Notes of Mediterranean warmth are paired with Japanese minimalism, placing comfort and contemporary design at the forefront. The hotel features multiple terraces, a nod to bringing what Romans love most of outdoor dining and relaxation to a city that is always hustling and bustling.
The hotel features a swanky rooftop Bulgari Bar, where landscape designer Enzo Enea has planted Japanese yuzu trees on the east side and Italian lemon trees on the west, along with a profusion of fragrant jasmine. With views overlooking the city, the bar is an escape for visitors who are staying at the hotel. The hotel also includes a sushi bar, Hōseki, where hotel guests can sip sake and rare whiskies with an omakase menu curated by the three-star Micheline chef, Kenji Gyoten.
Take a look inside the opulent Bvlgari Hotel Tokyo above.
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