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Boutique Luxury Pavilions Hotels Expanding To Niseko

Category: Hotels, Posted:14 Dec 2016 | 10:30 am

Asian hospitality and real estate group Pavilions Hotels and Resorts are expanding  to the upscale Japanese ski destination of Niseko.

The boutique property which is targeting an opening in  mid-2019, will include 32 suites and twelve tree-house styled villas.

Located in a master planned destination resort, Pavilions has also just launched the first phase of the Ginto Residences which is 16 vacation house lots that can accommodate custom resort residences.

Later phases in the plan call for more residence  lots, condominiums and a retail village.

Hong Kong-based entrepreneur Gordon Oldham is leading the brand.

Currently the Pavilions footprint in Asia includes Phuket, Bali, Nepal, while an aggressive expansion over the past eighteen months in Europe has included properties in Amsterdam, Madrid, Rome and a pipeline project in Lisbon.

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