The Grand Hyatt Tokyo Hotel Is Offering a Takashi Murakami-Designed SuiteLoaded with 14 original artworks and accompanied by a plethora of flower-themed accoutrements.
Tokyo’s Grand Hyatt Hotel has tapped Takashi Murakami for a special art-focused redesign of one of its executive-level “Chairman Suites.” The multi-room suite has been bolstered with 14 of Murakami’s signature artworks and is accompanied by a bevy of artist-related activities.
Pieces present in the room include paintings, rugs and more, but the most notable of the bunch may be the 195 cm Flower Parent & Child sculpture in the living room, done up in metallic gold. Apart from observing the artworks, guests are also treated to a special gourmet dinner, receive a signed copy of a Murakami art book plus an exclusive mask and mug, and can even get Murakami-themed nail art for an additional fee if they so choose.
If you’re interested in staying in the Grand Hyatt Hotel’s Murakami “Chairman Suite,” the price for a group of two guests starts at ¥450,000 JPY (approximately $4,298 USD) per night. Up to three additional guests can stay in the room as well for an extra charge of ¥20,000 JPY (approximately $191 USD) per night. Head to Grand Hyatt Tokyo’s homepage to learn more about the room’s amenities and book a stay.
Besides re-working hotel rooms, Takashi Murakami has been quite busy as of late: he recently brought his signature flower to Hublot’s Fusion watch and teamed with Perrotin for a limited-edition Melting DOB figure