Courtyard by Marriott Tokyo Station launched

Marriott International opened the Courtyard by Marriott Tokyo Station. Located in the Kyobashi commercial district, the 150-room hotel is near the bullet-train-serviced Yaesu side of Tokyo Station.

The property occupies the first four floors of the newly built Kyobashi Trust Tower, a 21-story building situated on the Chuo-dori thoroughfare between Ginza and Nihonbashi, known for their boutiques and centuries-old shops. The Tokyo Metro Ginza Line is also near the property.

For business travelers, Courtyard by Marriott Tokyo Station has four room types ranging in size from 172 square feet to 355 square feet, public spaces and a mix of guest services.

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Self-service kiosks expedite check-in and check-out, and for the first time ever in Japan, keyless entry allows guests to use their smartphone to access their room. Women-only rooms provide privacy and amenities for female guests, while 24-hour gym access and complimentary Wi-Fi is available throughout the premises.

For dining, the property has GG Co., a first-floor café and bakery with terrace seating. The adjacent Lavarock restaurant, named for its lava-rock grill, serves contemporary bistro fare and grilled specialties. For registered guests, a library bar on the fourth floor provides casual space for impromptu meetings, while private gatherings and conferences of up to 130 people may be accommodated in four separate meeting venues on site.

Courtyard by Marriott Tokyo Station is the 15th Marriott International property to open in Japan, and the latest addition to the Courtyard portfolio of more than 950 hotels in 38 countries and territories. 

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