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Stayed 2 nights here while in Tokyo. I have been a long term SPG Platinum member concerned about the merger. No longer. The Executive Club on the 26th floor was exceptional. Far better than any SPG club lounges Ive experienced. The highllight of my stay...More
The Vibe: Newer Marriott in a Unique Building Environment – One of My Favs in Tokyo
Location & Transit Options: Located 15min walk from North/West Shinagawa station exit. They also have a shuttle bus which picks up just outside the station and runs every 20min....More
We stayed there for a wedding, a different story altogether. The room was brilliant, large and well appointed. Check in was not as easy as it should have been, with the receptionist rushing off periodically to finish up elsewhere. They also debited 20000 yen from...More
Arrived to Japan but had to stay in another hotel because this Marriot was full. For me, this hotel is wonderful because it is right beside the offices I came for meetings.
The hotel personnel is great and very kind at all times!
This is not a hotel I recommend for business. It seems great for families. There are three train stations within walking distance (convenient) and their morning breakfasts are fantastic (hello to the Czech lady making the omelets, she's great).
I discourage it for business because...More
In Shinagawa, an office district shares space with luxury residential buildings and the scene is constantly changing with rapid development. Ikedayama park and Togoshi park are great places to see beautiful traditional Japanese gardens with ponds, as well as enjoy the changing seasons. Shinagawa was a post and a port town during the Edo era and the lavish old Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples at Shinagawa
and Ebara are very popular. It's a great place to get in touch with the old Edo atmosphere on a pleasure boat cruising along the canal. The neighboring area around Gotanda station is a study in modern contrasts filled with unique restaurants and a lively nightlife.
The best and easiest way is taking taxi to Yokohama station (very short distance), then take Keihin line (Tokyo bound) which will take you to Shinagawa station. You can also take Narita Express line from Yokohama station to... More
The best and easiest way is taking taxi to Yokohama station (very short distance), then take Keihin line (Tokyo bound) which will take you to Shinagawa station. You can also take Narita Express line from Yokohama station to Shinagawa station. Narita Express will provide a quiet and more comfortable seats, but more expensive and it runs every 30 minutes or so (depend on the time of the day).
After get off Shinagawa station, exit the turnstile, walk to Takanawa exit (West exit) and go down stairs. Then you will see a taxi stand on your left, you can catch a taxi to Tokyo Marriott, just less than 5 minutes. If you want, you can also walk to the hotel. After exit the station, cross the street and walk to the left. It is just 10 minutes walk.
The train station is Shinagawa. I suppose you will be arriving at Tokyo Station from Kyoto, then you take Yamanote line to Shinagawa. Yamanote line runs in circular in two different directions. So eventually you arrive at... More
The train station is Shinagawa. I suppose you will be arriving at Tokyo Station from Kyoto, then you take Yamanote line to Shinagawa. Yamanote line runs in circular in two different directions. So eventually you arrive at Shinagawa, but you want to take a shorter route so make sure you get on a right train. At the station you look for a Takanawa exit and take a few steps down then turn left to proceed about 10 yards where you will find #6 bus stop. The shuttle stops there. It runs every 20 minuets.
To go to Narita: I suppose you want to take Narita Express since you have a JR pass. Then go back to Tokyo Station that is where the train leaves.
If your pass has expired then another option is take a bus from Tokyo Station for about $9. There are two companies that are doing the service:
Since I cannot have HTML, look for Keisei Bus Tokyo Shuttle or
accessnarita from JR Bus Kanto (called The access)
(How incovenient not be able to have HTML!)
They have an English version so you can check them out. They are half of what you pay for slow train and maybe 1/3 of express train from Narita.