Fri, 26 April 2019

Marriott Signs Sixth Courtyard Hotel in Japan

Marriott has signed its sixth Courtyard hotel in Japan.

The Courtyard by Marriott Nagoya hotel will be leased by The Yomiuri Shimbun and Sekisui House, Ltd., a long-standing partner of Marriott, will look after project management, design and construction.

“We are excited to open another hotel in Nagoya with our long-standing partner Marriott International,” said Yoshihiro Nakai, President & Representative Director, Sekisui House, Ltd. “The hotel will offer purposeful and relaxing stays for business and leisure travelers alike, ready to explore the diverse attractions of Nagoya City and its surroundings.”

Courtyard by Marriott Nagoya. Click to enlarge.

The Courtyard by Marriott Nagoya is located in the largest city of the Chubu region in Japan, where many Japanese manufacturing companies’ headquarters can be found including Toyota Motor Corporations in Toyota City, which makes the city an important destination for corporate events and conferences.

The 360-room hotel is a 45-minute drive from Chubu International airport, a 100-minute journey by bullet train from Tokyo and 50 minutes from Osaka. The nearest Fushimi Station is a 10-minute walk away, while Nagoya Station is just 18 minutes away by foot.

The hotel will feature a restaurant, ballroom, four meeting rooms and a gym.

Toshikazu Yamaguchi, President of The Yomiuri Shimbun, “We have been distributing our newspaper based in Nagoya by much support of our readers and the locals since our debut in the Chubu region in 1975. As this hotel will be opened in our former Chubu branch, we hope the hotel will become the place where people from all over the world will gather for both business and leisure purposes and ultimately we can give back to this region.” 

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