The Japanese to open a five star hotel in the fortress of the XII century
The most expensive room in it will cost $2700 per night
/NOVOSTIVL/ Japan's Hoshino Resorts will open a luxury hotel in Okinawa next year based on the ancient fortresses that dotted the subtropical islands. This article appeared in the Nikkei Asian Review.
The Hoshinoya-branded resort hotel will be built in Yomitan, a village on Okinawa's main island. It will be modeled on the Okinawan gusuku castles, which began to be built around the 12th century. A wall replicating the stone barricade of the fortresses will encircle the resort. Each of the 100 rooms will have an ocean view, with a 200-sq.-meter suite featuring its own private pool.
This hotel will be priced at the high end of Hoshino's luxury portfolio. A room will cost 80,000 yen to 300,000 yen ($715 to $2700) per night, compared with the average of 50,000 yen to 80,000 yen for the company's premium offerings. The location will target tourists from home and abroad.
Hoshino plans to differentiate itself by providing a unique cultural experience found only in Japan.