TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo (KPH), one of Japan’s most prestigious international hotels located in Shinjuku, Tokyo, opened its “Premier Grand” Club Floors, including 111 fully renovated suite and premium club rooms, on December 15, 2016. Two categories of guest room, the Premier Grand Club Rooms and Premier Grand Suite, are located on the 37th to 41st floors, and guests will have a privilege to use the newly established Club Lounge with panoramic views from the 45th floor. This club floors also provide comprehensive range of services by our dedicated concierge to help guests customize their stay in Tokyo.
The Premier Grand guest rooms, whose design was conducted by G.A Design International in UK, are facilitated with L’Occitane natural cosmetics, American Sealy mattresses, Italian Antonietti bed sheeting, and Imabari towels made in Japan.
The “Premier Grand” Club Lounge, one of the largest hotel lounges in Tokyo, will be exclusively available for Premier Grand guests. At the dining zone of the Club Lounge, we also provide ways for guests to gastronomically enjoy various parts of the day. Our chefs also cook to order omelets with favorite ingredients for customers to enjoy during breakfast.
To match the luxurious interior facilities, a fortified concierge service will be provided in response to the growing needs of guests for customized services. Along with room check-in, restaurant and meeting room booking and other services, concierge also helps guests create memorable experiences during their stay by providing services that allow them to tailor tour programs to match their needs. Available services which concierge can arrange include some 50 buses departing/arriving from our lobby, which is one of the largest in Japan. Commemorating the reopening of the luxurious club floors, we also started the original private limousine tour to explore sake breweries in Tokyo. In addition, we also provide various in-house cultural activities including opportunities to wear traditional Japanese kimono bride costumes, and to participate in Japanese tea ceremonies, Japanese flower arrangement classes, and traditional Japanese “koto” harp concerts. Moreover, we offer over 40 different types of relaxation menus including esthetic salon, reflexology, hair esthetic treatment and in-room massage services to enhance the health and enjoyment of guests staying at our hotel.