Park Hyatt Tokyo
- Business Center
- Fitness Center
- Room Service
- Swimming Pool
- Data Ports
- TV In Room
- Hair Dryer
- Air Conditioning
- Electronic Room Keys
- In-House Bar
- Meeting Rooms
- Clothing Iron
- Wake Up Service
- Coffee & Tea Maker
- Mini Bar In Room
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- 98%Luxury Travelers
- 82%Art & Design Lovers
- 79%Business Travelers
- 66%History Buffs
- 51%Outdoor Enthusiasts
Member Reviews (9)
- Park Hyatt TokyoMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsAdventure TravelersFeb 13, 2014
Of course we had to visit the New York Grill on the 52nd floor as we love the movie Lost in Translation and the iconic scene filmed there. However, at 8pm they impose a $100 cover charge just to occupy space in the restaurant! Even our first wedding anniversary couldn't justify this cost so we ate at the French/Italian restaurant Girandole a couple floors down. The views were just as spectacular and in traditional Japanese style the hospitality was outstanding.
- Park Hyatt TokyoMember ofAdventure TravelersArt & Design LoversOct 14, 2013
Park Hyatt Tokyo: If you’ve been in Asia for a while, but you come from or have traveled in a land with delis, you will be impressed by the little cafe on the first floor of the Park Hyatt Tokyo. And there are shelves and shelves of imported wine (without twist off caps) that would make a nice gift for friends or colleagues, and no one has to know that bottle of wine from your homeland was really picked up in the hotel gift shop. Relationships are built on smaller gestures. Just don’t let them wrap it for you because it will be so excessive everyone will know you picked it up in Japan. But if they wrap it in Park Hyatt wrapping paper, maybe your friends or colleagues will just be impressed that you’re staying at the Park Hyatt Tokyo. Again, relationships are built on less.
This hotel is beautiful. There’s live Jazz in the New York Bar at night. The restaurant and bar on the 52nd floor is a stunning place to have a drink or tea. The pool has a view, and it’s right in Shinjuku so you can go out if you need to.
- Park Hyatt TokyoMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodiesLuxury Travelers+ 1Sep 11, 2013
Sometimes a hotel is just so good, you don't want to leave. On a clear day the views across to Mount Fuji will take your breath away. I second the recommendation for a corner suite - you'll just want to move in. Even if you're not here to star in a commercial for a Japanese whiskey brand you've never heard of, the soundtrack to 'Lost In Translation' (extensively shot here) is the perfect companion.Recommended for:Luxury Travelers
- Park Hyatt TokyoMember ofBusiness TravelersFamily TravelersJun 24, 2013
Had to come here because of my love for "Lost in Translation." My wife and I enjoyed the lounge, with its shockingly priced drinks and snacks. Two hors d'oeuvres and two drinks set us back over $75, which somehow seemed exactly right.
It's a beautiful view of the city, especially at night. Even if you are not staying in the hotel, it's a fun place to stop in for a drink. And of course, a great place to meet a client, or (as is more typical) arrange a tryst.Recommended for:Business Travelers
- Park Hyatt TokyoMay 06, 2013
Park Hyatt Tokyo the perfect choice for sophisticated city-dwelling travellers. The hotel rooms are impeccable - the design incorporates clean, understated lines, and the attention to detail ensures that your stay couldn't be more comfortable.
For the movie fans among us, Park Hyatt Tokyo will also look familiar as this is where Sofia Coppola's Lost in Translation was filmed. Not to mention - that view.
- Park Hyatt TokyoJul 05, 2012
This is so beautiful! this is that kind of hotel that i want stay with my future wife!!! One of the restaurants has a glass ceiling. If you want a little space, the floor with banquet halls is almost empty on week days, and it has a great view and places to sit. I haven't seen "Lost in Translation," but I want to now that I've been to the hotel where it was shot. The staff are really professional and one cool thing is that there's a shuttle to the station. You can walk or catch a lift.
- Park Hyatt TokyoFirst to ReviewJul 04, 2012
Probably my favourite hotel in the world. Impeccable service. Beautiful room (corner suite) with a mesmerising view of Tokyo at night. Fantastic food at the New York Bar and Grill, the Kobe beef steak was spectacular and the cocktails afterwards (Red Curtain) the perfect ending to the evening. And definitely the place to visit if you loved 'Lost In Translation'.
Recreational amenities include an indoor pool, a health club, a spa tub, a sauna, and a fitness facility. The property's full-service health spa has massage/treatment rooms. This five-star property has a business center and offers small meeting rooms and a technology helpdesk. Complimentary wireless and wired high-speed Internet access is available in public areas. This Tokyo property has event space consisting of conference/meeting rooms and a ballroom. The property offers an airport shuttle (surcharge). Wedding services and tour/ticket assistance are available. Additional property amenities include valet parking, a concierge desk, and multilingual staff. The property has designated areas for smoking.
Beds come with premium bedding. Refrigerators, coffee/tea makers, and minibars are offered. Bathrooms feature separate bathtubs and showers, phones, televisions, and bidets. In addition to complimentary wireless and wired high-speed Internet access, guestrooms offer phones, CD players, and voicemail. High-definition televisions have satellite channels, DVD players, and pay movies. Air-conditioned rooms also include separate sitting areas, washers/dryers, desks, and complimentary bottled water. A turndown service is available nightly, housekeeping is offered, and guests may request hypoallergenic bedding. Cribs (infant beds) and rollaway beds are available on request. Guestrooms are all non-smoking.
- The Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare requires all international visitors to submit their passport number and nationality when registering at any lodging facility (inns, hotels, motels, etc. ). Additionally, lodging proprietors are required to photocopy passports for all registering guests and keep the photocopy on file.
Excellent!160 reviews across the web.
- Guests recommend this hotel for a romantic getaway.
- Guests recommend this as a luxury hotel.
- Ambiance100% enjoyed the friendly atmosphere.
- Room98% thought the view was good.
- Service96% found the staff to be very friendly.
- GroundsPool was lovely, according to 92%.
- Wellness/Sportstop-notch fitness area, thought 85%.
- Hotel77% considered it to be very well-maintained.