MARRIOTT International launched the 150-room Courtyard by Marriott Tokyo Station last week, the 15th Marriott hotel to open in Japan.
The hotel is a four-minute walk from the bullet-trained-serviced Yaesu side of Tokyo Station, occupying the first four floors of Kyobashi Trust Tower.
Rooms come in four categories ranging 16-33m2. Guests can check-in and check-out via self-service kiosks and use their smartphones to access their room, the first keyless entry service in Japan.
For the ladies, there are women-only rooms that offer enhanced privacy and amenities.
Other facilities on site include a 24-hour gym, free Wi-Fi, café and bakery GG Co that comes with terrace seating, Lavarock restaurant serving bistro fare and grilled specialties, and a library bar on the fourth floor. The hotel’s four separate and fully equipped meeting venues can host gatherings and conferences of up to 130 people.
To mark its opening, Courtyard by Marriott Tokyo Station has launched a My New Stay plan. With a one-night stay going for 26,500 yen (US$257), guests are also entitled to a welcome drink, buffet-style breakfast and a commemorative gift. The rate is inclusive of service charges and applicable taxes, with the exception of a per-person, per-night municipal accommodation tax of 200 yen. The deal is valid until July 2.