Global hospitality company Pan Pacific Hotels Group has opened two new hotels in the district of Shinjuku in Tokyo, Japan.

The first one is a Pan Pacific Hotel, Bellustar Tokyo and the second is a PARKROYAL Hotel property, Hotel Groove Shinjuku.

Bellustar Tokyo property is located on the upper floors of Japan’s 48-storey hotel and entertainment complex Tokyu Kabukicho Tower, which was designed by Yuko Nagayama and Associates.

The luxury hotel includes a total of 97 rooms featuring floor-to-ceiling windows.

Each room ranges from 41m² to 277m², including 113m² to 277m² ultra-luxurious one-bedroom penthouse suites on the building’s 45th to 47th floors.

The hotel includes five such penthouse suites, a separate spa treatment room, a kitchen, a jacuzzi and a restaurant and spa named Sunya.

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All the penthouse guests have access to a round-the-clock personal butler service and an in-room fine dining experience, along with a menu curated by a private chef.

Another penthouse exclusive amenity is Penthouse Lounge on the 46th floor, which can serve as a private meetings and gatherings space.

On the other hand, Hotel Groove Shinjuku comprises 538 rooms and is located on the 18th to 38th floors of the tower.

It includes a dining and bar space ‘JAM17’ on the 17th floor, which also has a rooftop terrace offering a giant live screen and live entertainment for the visitors.

Pan Pacific Hotels Group CEO Choe Peng Sum said: “The opening of the two iconic hotels marked a key milestone for the Pan Pacific Hotels Group as we expand into Japan.

“The strategic and long-standing partnership with Tokyu Hotels and Resorts over the years gave us the opportunity to bring our international brands and their unique experiences to travellers in Tokyo. It also gives our 24 million Pan Pacific DISCOVERY members worldwide an opportunity to explore these exciting properties in our network.”