Park Hyatt Tokyo combines the signature luxury the chain is known for with a local flavour. Despite being located right in the center of chaotic Shinjuku, the hotel offers a soothing atmosphere of calm. Sitting in the Club on the 52nd floor or taking a dip in the indoor pool, you can admire Tokyo’s skyline and a beautiful view of Mount Fuji.
The rooms and suites are equally serene. With Hokkaido wood paneling, Egyptian cotton sheets and an impressive art collection, the interiors at the Hyatt are tastefully luxurious. The most indulgent are the Presidential Suite (with sauna and spa tub) and Tokyo Suite (equipped with a grand piano and a library), but you’ll feel spoiled in the regular rooms as well.
The dining options are as high-class as the rooms. There are three restaurants, two bars, a pastry boutique, and more. The New York Bar on the top floor is famous not just for incredible views but also as the location for the iconic scene in Lost In Translation when the two main characters meet. If you’re Sofia Coppola’s fan, a nightcap there is going to be a real teat.
Conveniently located in Tokyo's business and entertainment district, Park Hyatt Tokyo is within walking distance to Shinjuku Station and a number of department stores. And you certainly won’t go thirsty with Golden Gai, a bar street with over 270 bars, just round the corner.