A Former Tokyo Bank Is Reborn as the K5 Hotel
The summer Olympic is on the horizon and in the build-up to that world class event, a lot of news is coming out of Tokyo, the city hosting the upcoming summer Olympic.
With thousands of guests coming for the event, many will be needing a place to stay. The recently announced K5 hotel is a great addition to the list of homely accommodations in the city, offering guests a refreshing level of contemporary, design-forward accommodations delivered with a grade of attention to detail that larger hotel chains often fail to offer.
The K5 hotel was designed to give guests an experience “existing with nature in the city”, personified by the hotel’s prolific intermingling of plants and places. With spacious rooms, It operates as a “micro-complex” of guest room, restaurants, bars and social spaces. Studio loft floor units offer a queen sized bed within a comfortably 226 sq. Ft, while the normal room offers 409 sq. Ft. To enjoy.
The best room of the property is the K5 loft, an 861-square-foot suite that exceeds the dimensions of many apartments. Amenities include an illuminated ombre dyed veil designed to hide the bed with an integrated desk from the rest of the room, and a custom-designed recliner chair, large sofa, and a dining table capable of accommodating up to six guests.
The hotel is conveniently situated in the district of Kabuto-cho, the financial center of Japan, offering visitors quick and easy access to an array of shops, bars, and restaurants right out the door. The Tokyo Metro Ginza Line is also just 10 minutes walk away, and historic sites like the Imperial Palace are a leisurely 30 minutes walk or 5 minute taxi ride away.
- date publishedMarch 16, 2020
- original sourceDesign Milk↗