Ascott Marunouchi Tokyo is set to open its doors on March 30. It will be the first Ascott The Residence-branded serviced apartments property in Japan.
The property is located in the Marunouchi-Otemachi area – the city’s main international financial centre that is home to many multinational companies and major banks. It will be part of an integrated development that also comprises offices, restaurants, cafés and bars with both indoor and alfresco dining options.
It is also close to popular leisure spots such as the Imperial Palace East Gardens and the famous Ginza district. The property can be reached by foot from the Tokyo train station in ten minutes.
There are 130 apartments, ranging from 38 sqm studio units to the 163 sqm three-bedroom Marunouchi suite. Some apartments offer Japanese tatami mattresses for guests who want to enjoy a local experience. Each apartment has a separate living and dining area, and most are equipped with a kitchen.
Other facilities include a business centre, meeting rooms, swimming pool, gym, roof-top terrace and reading lounge.
Tan Lai Seng, Ascott’s regional general manager for Japan and Korea, said: “Since we started operations in Japan more than 10 years ago, Ascott has built a strong reputation with our Citadines and Somerset brands. Many of our customers have been eagerly anticipating the opening of our first Ascott-branded property in the country.
“With Japan’s growing economy, Ascott Marunouchi Tokyo’s strategic location, and its timely opening ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, we are confident that the serviced residence will be a draw for discerning business and leisure travellers seeking a world-class experience and the comforts of home.”
Capitaland also operates six other properties in the city. They are Citadines Central Shinjuku Tokyo, Citadines Shinjuku Tokyo, Somerset Azabu East Tokyo, Somerset Ginza East Tokyo, Somerset Shinagawa Tokyo and Roppongi Residences.