The new Courtyard by Marriott Shin-Osaka Station hotel joins the growing portfolio of over 1,000 Courtyard by Marriott hotels in more than 40 countries worldwide. Located adjacent to the Shin-Osaka Bullet Train Station, the hub of west-Japan for both business and leisure, Courtyard by Marriott Shin-Osaka Station is the 3rd property for the brand in Japan. The hotel is set to be the preferred getaway destination offering Japanese hospitality with an international flair.
Boasting a prime location, Courtyard by Marriott Shin-Osaka is a one-minute walk from Shin-Osaka Station, offering fast and easy access to the Kansai region’s major attractions including Universal Studios Japan. Popular cities such as Kyoto and Kobe are just a short 30-minute bullet-train ride away.
For travelers who seek a distinctive experience, Courtyard by Marriott Shin-Osaka Station offers thoughtfully designed room types ranging in sizes from 30 to 90 square meters, inviting public space to unwind and a mix of services that help guests stay connected, productive and balanced. Guests are invited to explore three unique food and beverage outlets on property. Dining & Bar LAVAROCK, a chic all day dining restaurant which is contemporary, welcoming and offers a wide range of international delicacies. Ikka-Ichiyo, a Japanese Teppanyaki style restaurant that provides guests a luxury selection of beef and seasonal fresh vegetables. Bar 19 serves a selection of spirits, wines and cocktails with delectable finger-foods, giving our patrons and guests, an ideal venue to just sit back and unwind with great night view of Osaka.
The fitness room with state-of-the-art facilities is also available around the clock. Three conference rooms sized between 56 sq. m and 131 sq. m cater to events of various sizes. Complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the hotel along with the latest mobile check-in enable all guests to make the most of their time in the dynamic city, whether working or relaxing.
Raj Menon, Marriott International’s Chief Operations Officer Asia Pacific (excluding Greater China) said: “We are delighted to open in this prime location, the third Courtyard by Marriott branded hotel in Japan. Osaka is such a great tourist and business destination. Our new Courtyard will surely deliver our brand promise, offering guests a great stay and unique services. This hotel exemplifies our vision for the brandCourtyard by Marriott and its standards of excellence.”
Miwako Date, President of Mori Trust Hotels & Resort Co., Ltd., the operating company of the hotel, said, “Courtyard by Marriott Shin-Osaka Station, together with Courtyard by Marriott Tokyo Station, which opened in April last year, position the Courtyard brand at the heart of two major metropolitan areas of Japan. This vibrant brand is ideally suited to the new era of tourism and the globalization of Japan. I wish all visitors, from both home and abroad, the most pleasant of guest experiences.”
More than 13 million overseas tourists visited Japan in 2014 and the number of visitors is already well over 14 million for the first three quarters in 2015, putting 2015 on pace to set a new record. As a central hub for Asian travelers to Japan, Osaka is benefitting from this increase. The Courtyard by Marriott Shin-Osaka Station provides accommodations that will help meet this demand while at the same time meet the expectations of guests for the best in style and service as an international branded hotel.