With the Summer Olympics 2020 coming around the corner, why not consider bringing your event to Tokyo this summer and dive into the heart of the sporting events while you’re there. Taking your group or company to watch a tennis match? Or how about a traditional Karate event? Either way, find the perfect event venue nearby with our 10 featured Marriott properties to host events, from product launches to corporate parties and networking gatherings.
JUDO, KARATE & WEIGHTLIFTING
Why not watch a thrilling Judo event at the Nippon Budokan (25 July – 1 August)? The venue will also be hosting Karate events in early August (6 – 8 August). Or an intense four-day Weightlifting event (25 July – 5 August) at the Tokyo International Forum? If you’re planning on taking your group there, an aftershow event will be perfect at The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho, a Luxury Collection Hotel.
A stylish 5-star property, The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho, a Luxury Collection Hotel is directly connected to the subway station and a short distance from Tokyo’s main train station. The hotel showcases over 100 pieces of unique, original artworks and includes a wellness spaー the SWISS PERFECTION SPA KIOI. Grab a drink at the Sky Gallery Lounge Levita, a top-floor cocktail lounge bar surrounded by glass art reminiscing a cascading waterfall. The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho, a Luxury Collection Hotel also offers 904 square feet of flexible meeting spaces in downtown Tokyo fitted with high-speed Wi-Fi and modern audiovisual facilities.
For a team of Beach Volleyball fanatics, Shiokaze Park is where the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games will be hosting the tournaments (25 July – 8 August) for 12,000 people in a temporary venue in the park. After a good session of beach volleyball, escape the cheering of the crowds and wind down at the Tokyo Marriott Hotel which offers serenity, unparalleled service and some great event venues. 249 elegantly-appointed rooms and suites feature beautiful views of the Tokyo Bay and the city skyline.
The Tokyo Marriott Hotel is an ideal spot for hosting a cocktail event or a larger casual gathering with its myriad of event space optionsー 21,796 square feet of venue space including 10 event rooms and 2 ceremony venues. The hotel’s versatile Gotenyama Ballroom can seat up to 500 in a banquet setup and fit up to 1,000 in a theatre setup. Meeting and conference rooms at the Tokyo Marriott Hotel feature high-speed internet and state-of-the-art audiovisual equipment to facilitate any venue needs.
Book group tickets and watch your favorite boxer fight for the gold at Kokugikan Arena. From 25 July to 9 August, this venue will be used as an Olympics boxing arena and serves as a historic center for the Japanese national sport- sumo wrestling. A 15-minute ride away is the Moxy Tokyo Kinshicho which brings Japanese convenience straight to guests and business groups. In the heart of downtown Tokyo, this boutique hotel not only has a 24-hour Noodle Station for guests to pick up their own noodles and condiments but also has a 24/7 self-serve Deli for late-night treats and grab-and-go bites and snacks. Wind down at the Moxy Bar and Lounge over cocktails and light restaurant fare. Moxy Tokyo Kinshicho’s team of event experts will help elevate your meeting with custom catering by the hotel’s in-house culinary team, from coffee breaks to full dinners and corporate brunch.
Stay at the Moxy Tokyo Kinshicho and explore the best that Sumida City has to offer. A fascinating neighborhood, Sumida is known as shitamachi to the locals, literally meaning ‘under city’, a reference to this area’s geographic undulation. The Tokyo Skytree, the tallest tower in Japan, the Tokyo Dome, an urban entertainment center, and the Asakusa Sensoji Temple are all nearby attractions.
mesm Tokyo, Autograph Collection (2020 April)
Are you a fan of Olympics Aquatics? See the splendor of diving (25 July- 8 August) and swimming (25 July- 8 August) at the Tokyo Aquatics Center situated in the Tatsumi-no-Mori Seaside Park. Just 15 minutes away, a stylish party haven awaits and is opening just in time, in 2020 April. mesm Tokyo, Autograph Collection is an innovative lifestyle hotel for stylish and trendy travelers. The philosophy behind the hotel’s name derives from the word “mesmerize”. The 265-room property will be located in the WATERS takeshiba urban development, taking inspiration from the organic flow of the Takeshiba waterfront. The hotel will be easily accessible, a 30-minute ride, from Haneda Airport, and sit right next to the Hamarikyu Gardens.
The hotel’s geometric lobby features an undulating art installation by Sawada Studios. Offering gastronomic experiences to match, there’s a Chef’s Theatre, a restaurant inspired by the ancient Japanese Kabuki with a French bistro-inspired flair and Whisk, a social hub to enjoy Japanese Sarutahiko coffee. For events, expect live cooking demos, sweeping waterfront views, impressive buffets and memorable coffee breaks at the hotel’s banquet room and pre-function area.
In the Minato area, you can also opt for The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo. Find the Michelin-starred French restaurant, Azure 45, on the 45th with a view to match its exquisite dining concepts and a sprawling 21,528 square foot spa and fitness center. This hotel blends elements from East and West to create a sanctuary of modern wellness.
Event spaces include a terrace overlooking Hinoki-cho Park, a 6,028 square foot Ritz-Carlton Grand Ballroom and a boardroom fitted with floor-to-ceiling windows. The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo has an event planning team that can organize exceptional event experiences from team building day to thematic galas. Look no further for unique local experiences for your event guests, let the hotel team find the perfect activities for youーWadaiko (traditional Japanese drumming), Shorinjiryu karate, ikebana (the art of Japanese flower arrangement) and sake tastings to name a few.
Come to the Olympics 2020 Games for a good old game of Hockey during the 25 July to 7 August period! Your attendees will love the scene at the Oi Hockey Stadium at Oi Pier Ocean Park which seats 15,000 and following the 2020 Games will serve as a multi-purpose sports facility. Book a private bus service and in 14 minutes, whisk the party away to The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo, Autograph Collection.
This hotel offers a truly impressive and unique experience for a fabulous event or product launch. 215,278 square feet of natural landscape is housed within the hotel, adorned with over 200 Japanese cherry blossom trees. Designed by Ryu Kosaka of Aoyama Nomura Design, The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo, Autograph Collection boasts contemporary design, a sky pool, Italian and Japanese restaurants and a full-service Japanese spa. Featuring 10 event rooms sprawling over 21,904 square feet of space, the hotel is equipped with meeting and business amenities and high-speed internet. Professional services such as event photographers, security guards and technicians are also available upon request.
Engage in the fun of a triathlon tournament (27-28 July & 1 August) at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. With panoramic views of the surrounding city skyline, the Odaiba Marine Park will be used for triathlon and marathon swimming events and will provide a natural green space by the Rainbow Bridge.
The Sheraton Miyako Hotel Tokyo makes for an elegant event venue post-triathlon. The property welcomes large numbers of guests in their Bamboo Lounge that showcases the hotel’s spectacular Japanese garden views, complete with indoor greenery and water feature. Find 70 different varieties of shochu, 30 varieties of cigars and 120 varieties of scotch at M Bar.
Comfort is key at Sheraton Miyako Hotel Tokyo, after a long day of traveling or working, rest in one of the hotel’s well-appointed suites or guest rooms. Host an event at one of the hotel’s 10 event rooms and transform the 20,257 square feet of space into a saga with the help of the hotel’s event team.
The Ariake Tennis Park is the home of Japan’s tennis scene. You can’t go wrong with its 48 outdoor tennis courts where spectators can cheer for their favorite players serve for the gold during Olympic Tennis or Paralympic Wheelchair Tennis starting from 25 July to 2 August.
A short car ride will bring you to The Westin Tokyo, a property adorned with plentiful event space. Overlooking the iconic Tokyo Tower and only minutes away from the JR Ebisu Station, the hotel has a Westin WORKOUT® Fitness Studio and eight full-service restaurants serving fine Japanese, French and international cuisine. Your event attendees can also take advantage of the short distance to the Meguro business district.
The hotel’s 30, 321 square feet of dynamic event space include 16 venues. An event at the largest space, the Galaxy Ballroom, can accommodate up to 1,440 guests, an ideal location for celebratory or large-scale meeting events in Tokyo. Explore the nearby neighborhood from the famous Shibuya Crossing to the Yebisu Garden Place. Perhaps catch a glimpse of the city’s skyline at the Tokyo Tower on a warm evening.
Don your national jersey and join the basketball crew at the Saitama Super Arena for the 2020 basketball tournaments that are happening during the 26 July to 9 August period. Nearby, located in the famous Ginza District on Showa-Dori Avenue, come to the Courtyard by Marriott Tokyo Ginza Hotel. Guests can indulge in a freshly made tempura over a counter at the Ginza Muraki, get productive at the 24-hour business center and fitness club or relax over a few cocktails down at the basement level in the Korin Bar.
Business meetings and corporate events can make use of the property’s 8 event rooms. The largest space in the hotel can seat up to 400 attendees in a theatre setup. This convenient event location in the heart of Ginza welcomes all types of events and guests. Being surrounded by shopping, commercial, sightseeing and cultural attractions (the world-famous Tsukiji Fish Market is within walking distance) makes the Courtyard by Marriott Tokyo Ginza Hotel an ideal spot for special events and stays in Tokyo.
Also near the basketball tournaments at Saitama Super Arena is the Courtyard Tokyo Station is a downtown business hotel that provides a quaint alternative for smaller groups and parties. It’s by the Harumi waterfront where one can find the Olympic Village, developed on a 44-hectare plot with residential buildings for 18,000 beds during the Olympic Games.
The hotel is equipped with a 24-hour gym and a lobby with communal workspaces. Modern guest rooms have city views, flat-screen TVs and stellar service. The property plays host to the LAVAROCK street-level restaurant and café serving American fare with a lava-rock grill where guests can plan a private luncheon. Contemporary meeting rooms are the perfect setting for seating up to 70 attendees theater-style whilst outdoor seating connects the building’s front and north facades.
HEADING TO TOKYO IN 2020?
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