Pavilions Hotels and Dragon Master maximise Niseko’s “best-kept secret”

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Pavilions Hotels & Resorts has secured two new partnerships in Japan to coincide with the launch of the USD100 million-valued The Ginto Residences in Niseko, which will be managed by the hospitality group.

At its breaking ground ceremony this month, The Pavilions announced tie-ups with restaurant and entertainment operator Dragon Master to assist with the development of Ginto Village, and a partnership with activity experts Explore Niseko to provide guests with access to new adventures and experiences throughout the year.

Gordon Oldham
Gordon Oldham

The Ginto Residences are located in an exclusive quarter of Ginto Hirafu, close to the ski slopes of Grand Hirafu and surrounded by pinewood forests. “The beauty of Niseko, and in many ways its best kept secret, is that it’s an all seasons destination,” said The Pavilions Hotels & Resorts’ founder and CEO, Gordon Oldham.

“Families in Asia can enjoy exceptional winter season skiing, as well as a temperate climate that’s ideal for activities in the spring, summer and autumn months. To make the most of every season, we have partnered with these highly experienced operators to provide the best activities and attractions for our guests.”

The Ginto Residences will comprise 31 plots of land for purchase and private villa development. The Pavilions Niseko boutique hotel will feature 42-suites, indoor and outdoor onsen, full service spa, gym and yoga studio, and a fine dining restaurant. Residents and guests will enjoy privileged access to the attached Ginto Village.

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