Japan – Marriott International has opened its 12th hotel in japan, with the 249-room Tokyo Marriott Hotel sharing a hilltop location with Gotenyama Garden, a 6800-sqm green oasis.

As part of Marriott’s new concept designed for a new generation of business travellers, the hotel offers fluid, tech-enabled meeting spaces, intuitively-designed guest rooms, dynamic dining venues, a garden tea house designed by architect Arata Isozaki and two chapels.

Tokyo Marriott Hotel, formerly Gotenyama Garden Hotel Laforet Tokyo, offers access to the two main zones where the majority of the 2020 Olympic competition venues will be located.

It is also minutes from the capital’s bullet-train serviced Shinagawa Station, with easy access to the Tokaido bullet train, Haneda Airport, and the Yamanote Line circling central Tokyo.

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