Kimpton Shinjuku Tokyo

Kimpton Shinjuku | Tokyo

The DNA: Manhattan meets Tokyo at Kimpton Shinjuku, a hotel inspired by the New York art and fashion scene; yet imbibed in the spirit from the city’s iconic Shinjuku district. With interiors imagined and designed by interdisciplinary design studio, Rockwell Group, the overall style combines eclectic styles and patterns with layers of fabric, furniture, and art. Based upon the Japanese concept of Okaeri, meaning ‘welcome home’, local artisanal traditions and a well-worn, relaxed New York vibe evoke a calm and restorative feeling in the guest rooms, Rockwell Group opting for clean lines and Japanese woodwork to sit alongside tasteful touches such as intricate floral metal accents and bold pops of colour; including a striped fabric sofa intended to capture the chaos of Tokyo’s Shibuya crossing. The hotel has two dining options, The Jones Café on the first floor and District, the second floor restaurant open from brunch to dinner with a bar lounge allowing patrons to continue the fun into the small hours.

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✅ free Wi-Fi • size matters: 151 rooms & suites (28-70m2) (409-753 sq ft) • hotel opened: October 2020 • architecture: Shimizu Corporation • interior design: Rockwell Group • bathroom amenities: La Bottega • on-site parking (charged) ✅ pet friendly, no charges • 24-hour front desk • wheelchair accessible

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