Park Hyatt Tokyo
The Park Hyatt has to be the most iconic hotel in Tokyo thanks to the director Sofia Coppola who used the hotel as the setting for her critically acclaimed film Lost in Translation. Located in the top 15 floors of a Shinjuku skyscraper, the hotel is the height of modern chic, luxury and the famed Japanese service with views across the neon metropolis. You will be staying in a king room which features a deep soaking tub and king bed with plush down duvet and Egyptian cotton linens. Abundant windows frame breathtaking views of Shinjuku or Mt. Fuji from your 55 sqm Deluxe Room which includes sitting & work areas, internet and a walk-in closet. A sensational breakfast is included in the French brasserie. Décor is subtle and makes use of Hokkaido elm wood, green marble and granite with original art works. The New York Grill & Bar is a must visit for a cocktail as the sun sets over the Tokyo skyline. The exclusive ‘Club on the Park’ fitness centre is free of charge for all guests and includes a gym, aerobics studio and swimming pool with a glass roof and fantastic views. The downside to this hotel is the location on the outskirts of the Shinjuku district; it’s much better to take a taxi to downtown Shinjuku rather than attempt to get there on foot. However the trade off is a stay at a world-class hotel and once you’re here you might not want to leave the hotel anyway! So we highly recommend a night here at the end of your Japan holiday for your very own Lost in Translation moment.
- Location: Tokyo
- No. of Rooms: 177
- Key Features: New York Grill, Kozue Restaurant, Girandole Restaurant, The Peak Lounge, New York Bar, The Peak Bar, Pastry Boutique, Delicatessen, Swimming pool, Fitness Centre, Spa