Previously the Hotel Laforet Tokyo and most cab drivers will only know this name so be sure to take a business card with you. This is definitely a new Marriott brand for the hotel. The rooms are a little on the small size even for Tokyo. Room size is not much different than the Courtyard Ginza. Internet service is excellent. Definitely goes for an upscale group of Americans and Japanese. The only weakness is the distance from a subway. They have a free shuttle to Shinagawa station running every 20 minutes, but the freedom to just walk to the subway and then onward lends convenience to the Courtyard Ginza. Staff is quite friendly and everyone speaks English well. The nice thing is that the Narita Express goes through Shinagawa station. The Orange Limousine Bus does stop at the Marriott Tokyo. While wonderful accommodations worthy of 5 stars, the inconvenience of not being within walking distance to a subway stop is a weakness. It costs an additional 730-1000 Yen for cab fare each way. So sightseeing trips can get expensive quickly.
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- Also Known As:
- Laforet Tokyo Hotel
- Tokyo Marriott Hotel Shinagawa