Courtyard by Marriott Tokyo Station
- Developed by Mori Trust
- Operated by the Mori Trust Group
|Location||1-3 Kyobashi 2-chome, Chuo-ku, Tokyo|
|Site area||4,399.47 m² (Note 1)|
|Total floor area||51,242.93 m² (Note 2)|
|Structure/ Number of stories||Steel-frame/ steel-reinforced concrete structure
21 stories above the ground and three underground stories (Note 3)
|Completion of construction||February 2014|
|Ownership form||［Building］Unit ownership ［Land］Right of site (ownership)|
|(Note1)||The site area of the entire site or land of the Courtyard by Marriott Tokyo Station is stated and the co-ownership interests of other parties are included. The percentage of the right of site of the trustee of trust with MORI TRUST Hotel Reit is 5,205/100,000.|
|(Note2)||This building is a unit ownership building, but the total floor area of the entire building including this building is stated. The floor area of the exclusive element owned by the trustee with MORI TRUST Hotel Reit is 5,502.63 ㎡ (area written in the registration book).|
|(Note3)||The structure and the number of stories of the entire building are stated. The structure and the number of stories of the exclusive element owned by the trustee with MORI TRUST Hotel Reit as the sole beneficiary are the steel structure and four stories (first to fourth stories).|
■Located on Chuo Street a four-minute walk from Tokyo Station.
■Within 1 km of the hotel lies the Marunouchi/ Otemachi area, where leading domestic and international companies are clustered, and the Ginza/ Nihonbashi area, one of the premier tourist spots in Japan with many shops and restaurants.
■JR lines and Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line, Tozai Line, Ginza Line, Hanzomon Line and Chiyoda Line are all available, and assess to other business districts and popular tourist areas in Tokyo as well as to various part in Japan with Tokyo Station as the starting point is excellent.
■The library bar on the lobby floor is a new public space that will change the existing concept of a hotel lobby. Based on the image of a shared lounge of apartments in Europe, it provides a space where guests are able to spend time in their own way.
■A restaurant and a café facing the Chuo Street are able to attract not only hotel users, but also workers and shoppers.
■The guest room planning can accommodate a wide range of customers, include business guests on weekdays and families on holidays. Guestrooms are divided into four kinds of designs, and are characterized by a distinct interior design that stimulates sensibilities.