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I spent 5 nights at this hotel, which is at the north end of Ginza street and not to be confused with the other "Courtyard Marriott Ginza" which is about 1 mile away near the south end of Ginza street.
It is one minute walk...More
I stayed here with my wife for 6 days in March. We attended a math conference at a nearby university for two days and then did sightseeing for 4 days. I picked it because I am very loyal to the Marriott brand and this was...More
Although I stayed only two days it was two days too many for what is an over priced hotel with tiny rooms and pretty poor front office service. Unusually so for Marriott I have no intent to recommend this hotel or ever stay again. The...More
Thank John Y
Response from RYO H, Supervisor at Courtyard Tokyo StationResponded 1 week ago
Dear JOHN Y,
Thank you for choosing to stay at the Courtyard Tokyo Station and providing your honest feedback.
Providing the highest level of hospitality is our number one priority and we sincerely apologize for falling short of meeting your expectations. As a teachable moment,...More
I have stayed at this property multiple times. Its probably been a couple of years since my last stay, and I was extremely impressed with the extra offerings for elite members - a mini-bag of three local draft beers upon arrival and the addition of...More
I picked this hotel mainly because it's just 10 mins walking from South Yaesu exit of Tokyo train station (you have to find that exit while in the train station !) & the main bus station right at the station. The alley across the station...More
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular
Take the Yaesu south exit from Central train station then walk to the right of the JR Expressway bus terminal and cross road on pedestrian crossing and turn right, then take first side street on left (Yaesu book center) and... More
Take the Yaesu south exit from Central train station then walk to the right of the JR Expressway bus terminal and cross road on pedestrian crossing and turn right, then take first side street on left (Yaesu book center) and hotel is 300m on left at the main road junction.
Note that the train station is huge - there are maps and information booths to help find your way. The Narita express brings you to the west side of the station and you need to go to the middle to cross sides.