Frasers Hospitality has partnered the renowned
Japanese architect, Kengo Kuma, for the development of Capri by
Fraser, Ginza / Tokyo.
Japanís first Capri by Fraser hotel
residence, scheduled to open in 2021, will feature 190 rooms, meeting facilities, a pool, bar
and a launderette.
Fraser, Ginza / Tokyo will strengthen the groupís presence in
Tokyo, joining Fraser Suites Akasaka which is due to open in 2020.
The two properties join Frasers Hospitalityís other property in
Japan, Fraser Residence Nankai, Osaka which opened in 2010.
ďKengoís vision is
very much in line with what weíve set out to do from the start, in
cutting through the conformity of typical hotels while
anticipating the changing needs and preferences of the millennial
in facilities, service and design. And together with Hirsch Bedner
Associates, who have drawn inspiration from local Japanese
elements like cranes and the ubiquitous bento box, guests can look
forward to a unique design experience with social and personal
spaces for every need. We hope our guests will enjoy the instagrammable
and experiential ethos that is the Capri by Fraser brand,Ē said Mr Choe Peng Sum, Chief Executive Officer of
Since its launch in 2012, Capri by Fraser has
since grown to become Frasers Hospitalityís fastest-growing brand
with 16 properties in 14 cities with over 3,500 rooms.
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