Tokyo Japan Marriott Hotel

Marriott International plans to open its first five Mori Trust hotels in Tokyo, giving locals and tourists alike the opportunity to say "nichiwa" at one of the world's most popular tourist destinations, the company's chairman and chief operating officer announced today. The agreement for the five Mori Trust hotels will increase Marriott International's presence in Japan by a third as the company reaches its 20th hotel with the completion of a rebranding of each hotel and is seen as an important step in Marriott's global expansion into Japan and the Middle East.

Guests at the five renamed hotels in Japan have access to Marriott's award-winning Marriott Rewards loyalty program and the company's global network of more than 1,000 hotels.

Depending on when you stay, Marriott and Starwood points can save you nearly $300. If you don't have enough Ritz-Carlton points in your account, convert them into Marriott points and use them to fund your stay. Here are 5 hotels with high ratings, where I # Ve stayed with either Marriott, Ritzer, Carlton or Starwood

Designed by Nomura Design's Ryu Kosaka Aoyama, the Autograph Collection features a full-service restaurant, bar, fitness centre and wellness centre. If you're looking for a convenient hotel in a quiet area, check out this Tokyo hotel for an affordable, high-quality hotel experience.

The world-famous Tsukiji Fish Market is within walking distance and the surrounding shopping, commercial and cultural attractions make it a popular destination for visitors from around the world. It also offers a flexible meeting room, which fits in with the hotel's reputation as one of Japan's most luxurious hotels. The full-service restaurant, bar, fitness centre and wellness centre make the Ginza the perfect place to spend a relaxing evening with friends and family. The hotel is a blend of modern, modern and contemporary design elements, all of which will help to enhance your autograph collection experience and the overall experience of the hotel.

When planning a trip to Tokyo, remember that you can use your Marriott, Ritz-Carlton and Starwood points. For every $1 spent, you earn 1 Starwood Point that can be converted into 3 Marriott or Ritzer Carlton Points, and you earn up to 80,000 Marriott Points if you meet the minimum spending requirements. Marriott and RITZ Carlton Starwoods points can be redeemed for award nights in all 3 hotel chains.

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This is a business hotel in the city centre, offering a picturesque alternative for small groups. The hotel invites guests to enjoy a modern city break, accentuated by the magnificent views of the Tokyo skyline and the city's historic buildings. There are attractions nearby and the Saitama Super Arena hosts a basketball tournament.

The hotel is very close to Ginza and Tokyo train station, although prices mean that it is bordering on moderate and expensive. The train leaves Tokyo Shuzenji every three hours and is easily accessible from the city centre, with a short walk to the hotel and a two-hour train ride to Shinjuku. A 15-minute drive away, Moxy Tokyo Kinshicho offers Japanese amenities directly to guests and business travelers.

If you are looking for a quiet retreat away from the bustling city of Tokyo, the Westin Tokyo is a great option. A short drive will take you to the abundant function rooms that adorn the property, as well as a variety of restaurants and bars.

After a good hour of beach volleyball, you escape the cheering crowd and land at the Tokio Marriott Hotel, which offers the best of both worlds: a quiet retreat far from arriving in Japan's most populous city. Relax in your spacious accommodation and enjoy many of the benefits the hotel has to offer.

With the help of the hotel's events team, the 20,257 square meter space was transformed into the Star Wars Saga: Galaxy Ballroom, one of Japan's largest concert venues. The Galaxy ballroom can accommodate up to 1440 guests, with 2500 people for a full-day event. If you want to go there with your group, an after show event is also perfect. It features an open-air bar, private dining area and outdoor seating area to meet all your event requirements.

The hotel will have offices in central Tokyo as well as offices in Tokyo, Fukuoka, Osaka, Nagoya and Tokyo. There is also an office for the company's global marketing and PR team in Japan and Europe.

Located in the heart of downtown Tokyo, this boutique hotel features a full-service restaurant, bar and private dining room. Guests can choose their own noodles and spices. The famous eel soba noodles are served on their own and there are a variety of other dishes such as kabuki, katsu, sashimi, bibimbap and kimchi.

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