Park Hyatt Tokyo

Tokyo, Japan

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    An elegant oasis of calm in dynamic downtown Tokyo

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    An elegant oasis of calm in dynamic downtown Tokyo

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    An elegant oasis of calm in dynamic downtown Tokyo

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    An elegant oasis of calm in dynamic downtown Tokyo

Why we choose Park Hyatt Tokyo

A contemporary private residence concept with sleek amenities and sky-high views of Tokyo

  • Sleep tight with “Good Night Sleep Stretch” at Club on the Park
  • The Bicycle Valet program provides a bike, helmet, bottled water and map
  • Keep fit in the aerobics studio and swimming pool

From the moment you check in—and are handed your room key on a sterling silver ring—it’s obvious you’re in for a treat. Maybe you want an in-room pressure point massage. Or perhaps you’re in the mood to browse the world-class art collection and library housing 2,000-plus books on art, culture and travel. However you spend your days and nights, you’ll figure out quickly why the Park Hyatt Tokyo is listed in Patricia Schultz’s 1,000 Places to See Before You Die.

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Park View Wing with a view over Mount Fuji.

What you need to know about the hotel

Soaring above bustling Tokyo, the Park Hyatt is a serene refuge you’ll crave at day’s end

  • Club on the Park facilities include spa treatment rooms, whirlpools, dry and wet saunas, cold plunge pools and relaxation rooms with library
  • The grand Tokyo Suite is more residence than hotel room, with stunning views, contemporary art, fine book collection and work-of-art bathroom
  • New York Grill offers prime beef and a 1,600-bottle wine cellar within a space defined by floor-to-ceiling windows and renditions of New York scenes

The Park Hyatt Tokyo is frequented by celebrities, government honchos, fashion stars and other VIPs—no doubt drawn to the décor and amenities this urban playground has to offer. Its 177 rooms are a study in subtle sophistication, with marble and granite touches, original art and rare Hokkaido water elm paneling. We’re partial to the Park View rooms, which highlight views of Shinjuku, Yoyogi Park and Mt. Fuji.

When it’s time to eat, you’ll find three restaurants and two bars, a delicatessen and patisserie. Don’t forget the see-and-be-seen New York Bar, with the largest selection of American wines in Japan.

Where is it and what's nearby

Occupying the top 14 floors of Shinjuku Park Tower, the hotel offers views all the way to Mount Fuji

  • The Harajuku and Aoyama shopping districts are fashion hubs, with great boutiques and hip youngsters competing for attention with their eccentric attire
  • Tsukiji Fish Market, the world’s largest, is abuzz from dawn—starting with early morning fish auctions and fresh sushi breakfasts
  • Famed for its cherry trees, Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden’s 150 acres are divided into French formal, English landscape and Japanese traditional gardens

Park Hyatt Tokyo boasts one of the best locations in the city—atop Shinjuku Park Tower overlooking the Kanto Plain. Not only are the views phenomenal, but the hotel has a central position within a short distance from major entertainment, business and shopping districts, top landmarks and key attractions. Nearby are some of Tokyo’s most intriguing sites: the Tokyo City Opera complex, Skyscraper City, Meiji Jingu Shrine and quirky Taro Okamoto Memorial Museum.

How to enjoy Tokyo

Curiously addictive, Tokyo somehow manages to blend throbbing neon and a slightly workaholic-edged mania, with peaceful parks adorned with pink blossoms or crimson maples, exquisite manners and unexpected architecture

  • No trip to Tokyo would be complete without at least one night out in a karaoke bar. So go on and belt out a number (you know you want to)
  • For stunning 360° views of Tokyo, visit the observatory decks of the Skytree. At 634 meters, it is the tallest building in Japan
  • Enjoy! Tokyo is the world’s gourmet capital with more Michelin stars than anywhere else in the world

For full on, in-your-face, city action, with impossibly large crowds scurrying who knows where under crazy-paving style walls and towers of flashing advertising hoardings, head to Tokyo’s Shibuya. You will actually feel the adrenaline kick in as you attempt the pedestrian crossing at Hachiko. This sense of excitement will only enhance your shopping experience there, with the multitude of shops selling funky clothes and intriguing gadgets.

In contrast to bustle of Shibuya is the zen calm of the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden. The garden has everything you’d want to find in a Japanese park with wooden arched bridges, beautiful maples and a lovely teahouse. Come evening, head to the upscale Ginza quarter for the best sushi in the world, or kaiseki, Japan’s own haute cuisine.

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    When to visit Tokyo

    Grand Tournaments at Tokyo’s sumo center, Kokugikan, take place in January, May and September. Tickets can be bought up to a month in advance, although some may be available on the door for non-final tournaments.

  • We say

    An elegant modern oasis of space and calm.

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When you book with us

Because of our special relationship with Park Hyatt Tokyo, we include these exclusive benefits when you book through Protravel:

  • Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability (no upgrade to suites)
  • Full breakfast for up to two in room guests
  • USD $100 equivalent food & beverage credit to be utilized during stay (excludes mini-bar)

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