Pavilions Hotels & Resorts Launches Japanese Development

18 Sep 2017

Pavilions Hotels & Resorts Launches Japanese Development

Pavilions Hotels & Resorts, has introduced a new development, The Ginto Residences, in Niseko, Japan. The company has been busy launching new hotel and residential projects in travel destinations across Asia and Europe and its newest resort will allow it to tap into growing demand of tourists heading to the snowy Japanese resort city.

The 1st phase of the development will feature luxury villas and be located in the pinewood forests of Ginto Hirafu. The project is valued at USD100 million and will feature 31 private villas that have easy access to nearby ski areas. It is scheduled to be completed in 2019.

The Ginto Residences is one of many projects Pavilions Hotels & Resorts has been working on. The Pavilions Phuket and The Pavilions Himalayas were the company’s first fully branded developments and the company is looking at rolling out new residential phases at its Thai resort. It is also in the process of launching a new luxury resort in Lisbon.

“It is an exciting time for The Pavilions and we look forward to utilising the brand equity and the loyalty we have gained over 15 years of operating hotels and resorts to introduce an unprecedented residential offering. We are fully capitalised and have a strong development pipeline that embraces our core values of style, quality and active living – a combination we feel is particularly well suited to entrepreneurs and investors in Asia,” says Pavilions Hotels & Resorts Founder and CEO Gordon Oldham in a press release.

Next to The Ginto Residences will be The Pavilions Niseko and that development is also scheduled to open in 2019. The resort will boast a total of 40 suites as well as a spa, indoor/outdoor onsen, gym, yoga studio, and a fine dining restaurant. Owners of the residences will have access to the hotel’s facilities.

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