|Name||THE GATE HOTEL TOKYO by HULIC|
|General Manager||Yoshio Kimura|
|Address||HULIC SQUARE TOKYO Bldg, 2-2-3, Yurakucho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0006, Japan|
|Scale/Structure||13 floors above ground/2 floors below ground.
Terrace: 2nd floor/Hotel rooms: 4th-13th floor.
Site area: 1,530.73 m2 / Total floor area: 9,110 m2 (hotel building area).
|Rooms||Guestrooms: 164 rooms / 6 types in total. Check-in time: 14:00, check-out 11:00
Others: Restaurant & Bar (4th floor), Lobby Lounge (4th floor), Teppanyaki (13th floor), Premium Lounge (13th floor), Fitness (13th floor).
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|Completion date in construction||1st October 2018|
|Opening date||14th December 2018|
|Name||Hulic Hotel Management Co., Ltd.|
|Address||7-3, Nihonbashiodennmacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-0011, JAPAN
|Established||1st April 2011|
|Paid-in capital||1,500 million|
|Number of Employees||112 (updated March 2020)|
|Major Shareholder||100% Hulic Co., Ltd.|
|Group hotel||THE GATE HOTEL KAMINARIMON by HULIC
THE GATE HOTEL TOKYO by HULIC
THE GATE HOTEL KYOTO TAKASEGAWA by HULIC
Solar heat collecting panels heat water which becomes the source for hot water at the taps.
Compared to heating cold water, less fuel is used to create hot water, making use of environmental resources while contributing to CO2 emission reduction.
The main lobby and restaurant area has an efficient intake of the external atmosphere through measuring the temperature, humidity and CO2 concentrations of the interior and exterior.
For instance, in mid-summer, when there aren't too many people, intake of external atmosphere may be supressed. During cooler seasons such as spring or autumn, there may be greater intake of external atmosphere to assist the cooling, supressing the use of energy in the air conditioning system.