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Frasers Hospitality opens Serviced Apartments in Tokyo

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com Latest Travel News Tuesday, 1 April 2008

Frasers Hospitality recently opened its first Gold-Standard serviced apartments in Japan, Fraser Place howff Shinjuku, Tokyo.

Located at the new ‘Hundred Circus’ development in Shinjuku, the complex is developed and managed by re-plus inc., headquartered in Minato-ku, Tokyo. Their subsidiary company, re-plus hospitality inc. manages Hundred Circus while Frasers Hospitality, a leading international serviced residence owner and management company, operates the serviced residences.

‘Fraser Place howff Shinjuku, Tokyo’ is one of the largest international serviced apartment developments in Japan. The East Tower, opened on March 1, 2008, offers 175 units with a further 200 units in the West Tower scheduled to open by the summer of 2008. It is located within easy walking distance of Shinjuku’s business area.

"This is a milestone in our North Asian expansion plan as Japan is a key gateway city with foreign investments. Tokyo is a major financial centre like Paris, London, Sydney and Seoul where we already have a strong Frasers presence. Having a Gold-Standard serviced residence here puts into action our aspiration to be a major player in North Asia. Shinjuku is undisputedly one of Tokyo’s leading business, administrative and entertainment districts, ideally suited to the Fraser Place brand profile of a fun, trendy and modern lifestyle for business travelers from the likes of Fortune 500 and Forbes corporation guests." said Mr Choe Peng Sum, Chief Executive Officer, Frasers Hospitality.

"There is a great need by corporations, both local and foreign, for mid to long-term stay needs, and we will be meeting the exacting needs of these business travelers who want the comforts of home with selected facilities available at five-star hotels," added Mr Choe.

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