Name of hotel
Park Hyatt Tokyo
2009 – Tokyo Suite.
Park Hyatt Tokyo is conveniently located in the heart of Shinjuku, Tokyo’s business and entertainment district and is walking distance to Shinjuku Station, the city’s largest transportation hub.
Walking distance to:
Guests can shop at a range of department stores such as the leading fashion complex, Isetan, or experience Golden Gai, the popular bar street district closest to Kabukicho which consists of over 270 small bars. Guests can also explore the selection of bars and restaurants that are scattered all over Shinjuku. The neighbourhood is also near major parks such as Shinjuku Gyoen, Meiji shrine, and Yoygi Park.
Size and style:
With 177 rooms and 23 suites, the guest rooms are spacious and serene, each offering walk-in wardrobes and high-tech amenities. Designed as private urban residences by prize-winning architect the late Dr. Kenzo Tange and interior designer Mr. John Morford, the hotel features modern interior design, a private art collection, acclaimed restaurants and a spa and fitness centre. All guest rooms feature original artwork, woods and fabrics, and books for reference and pleasure.
Yes, the hotel can provide an external babysitting service.
Yes, there is a Limousine Bus from the hotel to both Haneda and Narita airports as well as private car services.
On-site dining and drinking facilities
Guests can either enjoy a 360-degree view of the city from the New York Grill & Bar on the 52nd floor, which was featured in the film Lost in Translation, or taste authentic Japanese cuisine overlooking Mt. Fuji at Kozue. The hotel also features Girandole, a French brasserie and The Peak Lounge & Bar, which is located on the 41st floor atrium where guests go for an afternoon tea, a glass of champagne, or original cocktails. On the ground level, guests can find Delicatessen and Pastry Boutique offering a range of homemade items.
Yes, with classes provided.
The side streets are where visitors to Tokyo can find the hidden gems of restaurants and bars that make for an authentic experience in the city. Shinjuku and Shibuya are the prime locations in which to explore these side streets.
The pool pavilion