Millennium & Copthorne rises in Japan

Millennium Mitsui Garden Hotel has a Bottega-style design
Millennium Mitsui Garden Hotel has a Bottega-style design

Millennium & Copthorne (M&C) has entered the Japanese hotel market for the first time, with the launch of a new property in Tokyo.

The 329-room Millennium Mitsui Garden Hotel, which officially opens its doors on 17 December 2014, is located in the city’s famous Ginza district, directly opposite the Misukoshi department store.

The hotel’s exterior features a ‘Bottega-inspired’ design, like the weave of a basket, while on the inside there are two special concept rooms designed by Mikimoto Cosmetics and Hakuza Nihonbashi. There will also be an all-day dining restaurant, Niko Ginza.

“I have seen the development of this property from acquisition of the land site to its development and completion. I have witnessed the birth of a hotel in a country that is difficult for foreigners to invest in. Now we own a hotel in Tokyo,” said Kwek Leng Beng, chairman of M&C.

“The Millennium Mitsui Garden Hotel Tokyo is a brand new hotel with great potential. I hope it will be a favourable and preferred choice for both locals and international guests.”

M&C now owns, asset manages and/or operates a worldwide portfolio of more than 100 hotels, with brands including Grand Millennium, Millennium, Copthorne, M Hotel and Studio M.

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