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Marriott International to Open a Hotel in Japan

News Marriott International has signed an agreement with Japanese company Mori Trust Group. According to the agreement, Gotenyama Laforet Tokyo will be rebranded as Tokyo Marriott Hotel. The hotel is to start working under the updated name in December 2013. It is also reported that Marriott will open two additional hotels in Japan together with the Japanese company. All the properties will work under the hotelier’s flagship Marriott Hotels & Resorts brand.

At the moment, the hotels are managed by Mori Trust Hotels & Resorts. It is already known that the Gotenyama Garden Hotel Laforet Tokyo will be closed for a short period and then will be reopened as the Tokyo Marriott Hotel in December 2013.

During the signing ceremony both the organizations expressed their delight with the deal and their hopes for a long-term and very successful relationship. Marriott Hotels & Resorts is one of the most famous hoteliers in the world. Its portfolio includes over 500 hotels operating under 18 brands in 60 countries of the world. The abovementioned hotel in Tokyo will be the fourth Marriott-branded hotel in Japan, and will certainly become a significant addition to the company’s properties in Nagoya, Okinawa, and Osaka (opens in 2014).

Marriott plans to redesign the Gotenyama Garden hotel in accordance with its concept. For example, the company traditionally redesigns lobbies and other public spaces, making them convenient for modern business travellers, who usually combine relaxation and work, and opt for modern style and various high-tech options. Gotenyama Garden Hotel Laforet Tokyo will be turned into an upscale accommodation in the prestigious part of the Japanese capital. The design of the hotel will certainly reflect the historical Shinagawa-Gotenyama area, and will focus on such key features as comfort, sophisticated customized design, and attention to details.


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