InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) is bringing Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants to Japan, with Kimpton Tokyo Shinjuku set to open in 2020 as the brand’s first in the country.
The 162-room hotel will feature three meeting spaces that accommodate up to 300 people, a wellness studio, and a multi-function chapel.
Kimpton Tokyo Shinjuku will also offer three locally-inspired restaurants, in addition to Kimpton signature perks such as complimentary morning coffee and tea in the living room lobby and an evening social hour.
Tsukada Global Holdings, the owner of Kimpton Tokyo Shinjuku, is a long-time IHG development partner, currently owning four IHG hotels including Intercontinental Tokyo Bay and The Strings by Intercontinental Tokyo.
Japan marks the newest market for the Kimpton brand, continuing the recent growth trajectory in Asia with signings in Greater China and South-east Asia.
There are currently 66 Kimpton hotels open globally, with another 20 in the pipeline, including cities such as Bali, Shanghai, Sanya and Taipei.