Park Hyatt Tokyo

With cityscape views from each of its contemporary guestrooms, from the 41st floor up, Park Hyatt Tokyo already has an advantage over its five-star neighbours, though the heated pool, gym, spa, multiple restaurants and bars are certainly not to be overlooked either.

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The Park Hyatt Tokyo is an infinitely impressive luxury hotel, nestled across the privileged top floors – from the 41st up – of a modern glass-clad building in the city’s affluent West Shinjuku District.

Inside, you’ll be treated to immaculately presented, modern interior design touches throughout every inch of the property, from polished coffee tables in your guestroom to a photo-worthy spa, multiple restaurants and bars all themed in their own unique style, plus impressive artworks everywhere.

The main highlight of any stay at the Park Hyatt Tokyo however, in addition to its prime, central location, is the fantastic panoramic views that can be enjoyed from every room and every communal space. Whether you are working out in the gym, going for a swim on the 47th floor, watching live Jazz at the onsite New York Grill or simply relaxing in your plush suite, impressive scenes of the Tokyo skyline are always guaranteed.

Elsewhere you then have two fantastic delis to indulge yourself with, if looking for a gourmet snack before a day of Tokyo sightseeing, plus a well-drilled concierge who do the prestigious Park Hyatt Group proud with their attentive, though not over-the-top service. Special mention must also go the hotel’s spa where, in addition to the multiple treatment rooms and countless holistic therapies there’s also a sauna, ice pools, steam rooms, beauty salon services and that inviting indoor swimming pool, a rare treat for such a central Tokyo property.

Overall, with its spacious guestrooms, first-class facilities, restaurants, bars, wellness centre, a team of friendly staff and ideal city setting, plus those timeless aerial views, there really is no doubting the Park Hyatt Tokyo as one of the capital's greats.

All 177 guestrooms, including 23 suites, are modern, contemporary spaces furnished with the kind of finishing touches you would expect in a plush city centre apartment, as well as original artworks, walk-in closets, a deep-soak bathtub, Wi-Fi, air-conditioning and all other essential amenities such as a minibar, coffee machine and either a king-size or twin bed setup. The fashionable décor remains the same throughout all room categories at Park Hyatt Tokyo, as do the impressive city views, though as you move between luxury levels and into the suites you’ll benefit from gradually increasing floorplans – some reaching up to over 3,100sq ft. In these larger options, extras include everything from additional rain showers to a private sauna, lounge area and even a grand piano in some. 

King or Twin Guestroom

King or Twin Guestroom

A respectable 500sq ft guestroom with all the mod-cons, a 40-inch flat-screen TV, Egyptian cotton sheets and coffee maker, plus a deep-soak bathtub, shower and seating area with comfortable armchairs. This option also comes with either a king-size or twin bed setup, as with every room category.
Deluxe Guestroom

Deluxe Guestroom

Similar to a standard King Guestroom, though the Deluxe option comes with more space at 600sq ft as well as a walk-in rain shower, bathtub and all other in-room extras.
View Guestroom

View Guestroom

Slightly larger at 645sq ft, the View Guestroom at Park Hyatt Tokyo enjoys a superb corner location in the building which, in addition to all other standard in-room amenities, means superior views as a result.
Park Suite

Park Suite

At nearly twice the size of any guestroom, the Park Suite is a real step up in terms of in-room comfort, with a lounge area and sofas, separate bedroom and bigger bathroom among its notable additions.
Governor’s Suite

Governor’s Suite

The Governor’s Suite boasts a floorplan of over 1,500sq ft, which includes a living and dining area, two double beds, twin vanities and a separate hallway, a good option if travelling to Tokyo as a family.
Diplomat Suite

Diplomat Suite

Ideal for honeymooners, the Diplomat Suite has it all: superior skyline views, a separate lounge and dining room, even its own grand piano, plus huge bathroom and a handful of additional mod-cons too, filling a generous space combining to over 1,700sq ft.
Tokyo Suite

Tokyo Suite

For something truly special, book a Tokyo Suite at the Park Hyatt where, within your apartment-sized 2,350sq ft of space, you’ll find a grand piano, huge collection of artworks, separate lounge and dining areas and an in-room library of interesting books.
Presidential Suite

Presidential Suite

One of the best hotel rooms in Tokyo, the Park Hyatt Presidential Suite is larger than 6 standard rooms combined, and features its own sauna, Jacuzzi tub, walk-in rain shower, two living rooms, a grand piano, separate dining room, 50-inch TVs and unbeatable Tokyo views.

The standard of onsite facilities at Park Hyatt Tokyo is high indeed. You have Club On The Park, a state-of-the-art wellness facility complete with a modern gym and yoga studios overlooking the city, luxe indoor swimming pool surrounded by foliage and a spa, saunas, plunge pools and steam rooms that are nothing short of heavenly. Then there’s the hotel’s library, concierge and room service, Wi-Fi throughout, multiple bars and restaurants to enjoy too, always accompanied by those Tokyo panoramas, of course.

New York Grill

New York Grill

Arguably the Park Hyatt Tokyo’s flagship restaurant and bar, the New York Grill is a feast for the senses: delectable cuisine, fantastic Tokyo views from its 52nd floor setting, a wine cellar of nearly 2,000 labels and live jazz music in the evenings. This is certainly one of the best places to eat and drink in Tokyo.

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Kozue

Kozue

A contemporary, cutting-edge restaurant found on the 40th floor, Kozue boasts the best of Japanese cuisine as well as Mount Fuji views and an impressive drinks menu too.

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Girandole

Girandole

Girandole is an upmarket eatery that offers a range of speciality dishes, from Japanese classics to European-inspired cuisine. The dining room itself is a grand area of high ceilings and murals across each wall, so be sure to visit at least once during your stay.

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The Peak Lounge

The Peak Lounge

An attractive and airy space, The Peak Lounge has been designed as a rooftop garden of sorts, filled with indoor foliage, trees and plants that all makes for a suitably relaxing, sky-lit area to unwind in. Food-wise, expect light lunches, cocktails and a selection of gourmet teas.

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New York Bar

New York Bar

An attractive and airy space, The Peak Lounge has been designed as a rooftop garden of sorts, filled with indoor foliage, trees and plants that all makes for a suitably relaxing, sky-lit area to unwind in. Food-wise, expect light lunches, cocktails and a selection of gourmet teas.

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The Peak Bar

The Peak Bar

The Peak Bar is a special, sophisticated space of cocktails, low lighting, comfy armchairs and indoor foliage, plus those panoramic skyline views for relaxed evenings spent at the hotel.

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Pastry Boutique and Delicatessen

Pastry Boutique and Delicatessen

These two onsite bakeries are ideal if looking for a sweet treat or homemade pastry on the go, with the deli also stocking a fine range of organic condiments and olive oils. You can sample freshly made sandwiches, salads, cakes, buns, biscuits and just about everything else for a gourmet picnic from here!

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Being centred in the affluent Shinjuku region of Tokyo means a plethora of bars, restaurants and boutiques on your doorstep, as well as several convenient transport links if heading a little further afield. The Meiji Jingu Shrine and Shinjuku Gyoen National Gardens, Nezu Fine Art Museum and Imperial Palace are also relatively close by, though in truth all the highlights of Tokyo are within easy reach of the Park Hyatt hotel. If spending an evening in-house, head to the 52nd floor New York Bar for live music, jazz and cocktails aplenty.

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