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Friday, Jan. 27, 2012
HOTELS & RESTAURANTS
Conrad Tokyo offers beauty plan
Together with French luxury skin-care brand Orlane Paris, the Conrad Tokyo is offering a special accommodation plan focusing on beauty called "Beauty Hunter Conrad Meets Orlane," throughout 2012.
The plan offers several beauty-oriented features, such as Orlane Paris' top-class Creme Royale antiaging facial cream and other skin-care products, in addition to the hotel's usual amenities, a welcome drink and a dessert containing honey and gold dust. The Conrad Tokyo also offers discounts of 40 percent (20 percent on weekends) on body treatments at its spa.
For dinner, the hotel's Michelin-starred Chinese restaurant, China Blue, offers a special "beauty and health" course. Guests can thus receive first-class treatment that makes them look and feel healthy
The plan is available from ¥60,000 per room for double occupancy including tax and a service charge. Reservations must be made at least three days in advance.
The Conrad Tokyo hotel is in the Tokyo Shiodome Building, a 1-minute walk from Shiodome Station, or a 7-minute walk from Shinbashi Station. For more information or reservations, call (03) 6388-8000.
Casita debuts new lunch service
Casita, the flagship restaurant of the Casita group, in Tokyo's Omotesando district, began offering lunch service on Jan. 16.
Casita is designed to recreate the atmosphere of Asia's finest luxury resorts. The restaurant invites guests to experience the Casita Group's exquisite hospitality.
Casita's lunches are "share style." Portions are designed for family-style dining and are sized to suit the number of diners. So instead of individual customers ordering single dishes only for themselves, groups can share a variety of delicious dishes.
The lunch menu includes seafood and vegetable fritters, beef stroganoff and grilled Caesar salad.
The course costs ¥3,600 per person including tax and a service charge. Guests can also add extra dishes, at a cost of ¥400 for a vegetable dish, ¥1,200 for a main dish and ¥750 for an appetizer.
Lunchtime is from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. (last order: 2 p.m.). There is also another lunch menu priced at ¥2,400.
Casita is a 3-minute walk from Omotesando Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza, Chiyoda and Hanzomon lines. For more information or reservations, call (03) 5485-7353 or visit www.casita.jp/casita.
A romantic evening at Hilton Nagoya
For Valentine's Day on Feb. 14, the Hilton Nagoya is offering a special accommodation package in which customers can experience a luxurious and fantastic time.
The package is being offered to two couples only. Each couple can spend a special and memorable evening at the hotel in an atmosphere of privacy.
The evening will begin with a limousine ride to the hotel, complete with a complimentary Champagne toast. Then, at the Blue and White rooms on the hotel's top floor, each couple will be serenaded by a violin performance before enjoying a luxurious French dinner with a splendid night view of Nagoya.
After dinner, they can relax in their luxurious suite while enjoying Champagne and chocolate-coated fruits. In the morning, they will be served breakfast in their suite.
The package is available at ¥500,000 including tax. The reservation deadline is Jan. 31.
The Hilton Nagoya is a 15-minute walk from Nagoya Station and about 35 minutes by train from Central Japan International Airport. For more information or reservations, call (052) 212-1101 or visit www.hilton.co.jp/nagoya.