Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo, the first Shangri-La Hotels
and Resorts property in Japan, has launched a “Discover Shangri-La”
promotion in celebration of its opening on 2 March 2009.
Until 12 April 2009, guests can stay in a Deluxe room
per night (service charge excluded), including breakfast and an
opening commemorative gift. The promotional rate is valid for single or double occupancy
and is subject to availability.
Robbe & Berking, one of the worlds’
leading and most exclusive silver manufacturers, created the
premium, commemorative gift, which is not on sale commercially in
Japan. Each item carries a serial number and is limited to the
first 200 packages sold. Items are limited to one per guest with a
maximum of two gifts per room.
“Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo
selected this particular, limited edition gift after careful
review of a number of exclusive gifts from around the world, based
on the noble traditions of Robbe & Berking, which for generations
have hand crafted silver for royal families and celebrities around
the world since being founded in 1874. I am convinced that the
item, which is original and pays homage to the essence of luxury
while portraying distinct, Japanese undertones, will please every
guest who receives one,” said Wolfgang Krueger, General Manager of
the Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo.
The 202-room Shangri-La
Hotel, Tokyo is located adjacent to Tokyo Station, the
capital’s only station with railway connections to all points in
Japan. The hotel occupies the top 11 floors of the 37-floor
mixed-use Marunouchi Trust Tower Main.
Tokyo’s dining facilities will include Piacere, a signature
Italian restaurant; Nadaman, which serves authentic Japanese
kaiseki cuisine; and The Lobby Lounge.
CHI, The Spa at Shangri-La,
featuring ancient Chinese and Himalayan healing therapies, will
also open in Japan for the first time. The spa will offer six
treatment rooms, which will be the largest self-contained spa
suites in Tokyo.
Within walking distance of the hotel lies
Tokyo’s renowned shopping district of Ginza, the Imperial Palace
and its gardens, the redeveloped business and retail zone of Marunouchi and Tokyo’s historical and cultural epicentre of
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