Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo
- Developed by Mori Trust
|Location||8-3 Marunouchi 1-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo|
|Site area||12,026.77 m² (Note 1)|
|Total floor area||180,335.11 m² (Note 2)|
|Structure/ Number of stories||Steel-frame/ steel-reinforced concrete/ reinforced concrete structure
37 stories above the ground and four underground stories (Note 3)
|Completion of construction||November 2008|
|Ownership form||［Building］Unit ownership ［Land］Right of site (ownership)|
|(Note1)||The site area of Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo is the total of five parcels of land comprising the site of the building and thus includes area owned by other unit owners. The portion of the right of site held by MORI TRUST Hotel REIT in the trust beneficiary interest is 10,464/100,000.|
|(Note2)||This building is a unit ownership building, but the area of the entire building of MARUNOUCHI TRUST TOWER MAIN and MARUNOUCHI TRUST TOWER NORTH is stated. The floor area of the exclusive element owned by the trustee with MORI TRUST Hotel Reit as the sole beneficiary is 22,300.31 ㎡ (area written in the registration book).|
|(Note3)||The structure and the number of stories of the entire building of MARUNOUCHI TRUST TOWER MAIN and MARUNOUCHI TRUST TOWER NORTH are stated. The structure and the number of stories of the exclusive element owned by the beneficiary with MORI TRUST Hotel Reit as the sole trustee are steel-frame/ steel-reinforced concrete/ reinforced concrete structure and 15 stories (first basement and the first, 11th, 20th and 27th through 37th stories).|
■Properly located very near to Tokyo Station and at the Marunouchi address.
■When it developed MARUNOUCHI TRUST CITY, by Mori Trust, a sponsor, attracted Shangri-La Hotel, the highest grade international brand hotel making its debut in Japan.
■Rare luxury hotel next to Tokyo Station
■A total of 200 spacious guestrooms of 50 ㎡ or more, including 16 suites that boast some of the largest spaces in Tokyo.
■PIACERE, the main restaurant with an interior designed by world-renowned designer Andre Fu, Nandaman, where Japanese tradition and proficient cooking skills are appreciated, and The Lobby Lounge, where guests can enjoy afternoon tea and colorful cocktails are established together. Superb hospitality is provided in a graceful space distinctive to Shangri-La.
■Rare hotel that can be expected to approach to the growing cohort of wealthy people in Asia.