Rosewood to expand its APAC footprint with Japan’s first resort and spa


Rosewood Hotels and Resorts will debut in Japan in 2024 in a destination renowned for its exquisite beaches and vibrant marine life.

The hotel group has been mandated by Mitsubishi Estate to manage the ultra-luxury Rosewood Miyakojima in the Okinawa archipelago, located in southern Japan.

The 55-villa complex will occupy a secluded peninsula surrounded on three sides by white sand beaches, dramatic rock formations and expansive ocean views.

Asaya, Rosewood’s pioneering integrated wellness concept, will feature treatment rooms set amidst private gardens, indoor and outdoor hydrotherapy facilities, and a menu of programs and services influenced by local healing traditions.

“We are extremely excited that our first presence in Japan is in this exquisite location, where Rosewood’s signature A Sense of Place concept will be expressed in such a spectacular setting and rich culture,” said Sonia Cheng, CEO of Rosewood. .

The next destination is part of Rosewood’s broader expansion plans for Asia, which includes four more resorts planned for China.

Designed by Netherlands-based Studio Piet Boon, the architecture and interiors of the resort’s accommodation are designed to immerse guests in the natural environment and express harmony with the island through intensive use of materials. local.

Each will include private pools, landscaped gardens and stunning sea views.

Mitsubishi Jisho Sekkei also provides local architectural expertise and support in realizing the design vision.

Additional facilities will include four restaurants and bars with casual beachfront concepts and a Rosewood Explorer Club for the youngest.

Beyond the resort, guests will discover an abundance of scenic spots, from the majestic natural stone arch of nearby Sunayama Beach to the seven-kilometer stretch of Yonaha Maehama, consistently rated as Japan’s best beach and renowned for its sunsets. of cinematic sun.

“Rosewood’s sensitivity to its places and its dedication to the highest levels of hospitality excellence, which are perfectly in line with our philosophy of urban developments, inspired us to appoint them to manage this very special complex”, said Atsushi Nakajima, Managing Director, Mitsubishi Estate.

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