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|Distance to city centre||7,1 km|
|Nearest airport||Tokyo Narita|
|Distance to airport||63,4 km|
|"breathtaking view, amazing staff"||(in 39 reviews)|
|"The pool and gym facilities."||(in 6 reviews)|
|"This hotel was fantastic!"||(in 51 reviews)|
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|amazing views||in 21 reviews|
|bar at the restaurant||in 2 reviews|
|beds very comfy||in 4 reviews|
|breakfast buffet||in 19 reviews|
|good value||in 9 reviews|
|great choice||in 4 reviews|
|great food||in 15 reviews|
|great hotel||in 79 reviews|
|great staff||in 63 reviews|
|gym facilities||in 7 reviews|
|location was great||in 19 reviews|
|mount fuji||in 10 reviews|
|new york||in 11 reviews|
|room of the view||in 42 reviews|
|shinjuku station||in 4 reviews|
|tokyo||in 17 reviews|
|view and great||in 6 reviews|
Exquisite hotel, upgraded to the diplomatic suite which was amazing. Views of Tokyo were surreal. Expensive but worth the treat if you can afford. Friendly staff and great location to walk to near activities. Dinner at the New York Bar was a tick off the to do list and did not disappoint.
Selection for room service for suitable for kids could have been more. Although they appreciated the option of all day breakfast.
The perfect hotel. Exceptional service and attention to detail. Everything is comfortable without being precious and stuffy. Check in is almost fun. You leave there supremely relaxed. Great location near Shibuya. If I could, I'd live in the Park Hyatt.
Quite honestly, the only thing not to like is leaving too soon.
The view, the large rooms, the service, the fact that over the years the hotel has kept the same atmosphere. How can their mirror doors still be so immaculate?
Bathroom may need some refreshment.
The staff at this property were fabulous. Particularly the lovely lady who checked me in. She also organised a great seat in the restaurant as I was travelling alone.
My top 5
Amazing service. Beautiful hotel
Location is not great, far from city center
Park Hyatt Tokyo is situated in a 52-story tower, occupying the top 14 floors of the building. The location is right in the heart of downtown Tokyo, just minutes from all of the best attractions, dining, and culture that the city has to offer. The guest rooms and common areas provide 360-degree views of the city and Mount Fuji in the background. Guests at this hotel receive personalized service during their stay and can enjoy gourmet dining without leaving the property.
The Park Hyatt Tokyo offers 177 guest rooms, which include 23 suites that are designed to offer privacy and modern urban styling with all the creature comforts. There are whirlpools and cold plunge pools onsite, as well as saunas and seven spa treatment rooms. The Club on the Park offers fitness and aesthetics services. There is also an aerobics studio, indoor swimming pool, private library available to guests, a wedding chapel and more. Guest rooms include a 40-inch or larger flat screen TV and free WiFi, as well as walk-in wardrobes and room service that is available 24 hours a day.
This hotel offers three banquet rooms for events, conferences, weddings, and other special occasions. With the onsite wedding chapel, it’s a great place to have a reception after tying the knot. Plus, the hotel sits right in the center of Shinjuku, the business and entertainment district in Tokyo. There is plenty to see and do, and the convenient location is ideal for business travelers.
based on 3 378 reviews
Things to know
- Nice building
- Friendly service
- Friendly atmosphere
- Great view
Policies vary by room type and provider.
FAQs when booking at Park Hyatt Tokyo
What is offered at the Park Hyatt Tokyo restaurants?
Eight eateries spread over the hotel premises indulge guests with international and traditional cuisine alike. The New York Grill sits on the 52nd floor, allowing incredible views while enjoying prime rib and pork chops. For a traditional Japanese experience, drop in at the Kozue on the 40th floor. For romance and a special time for two, the Girandole restaurant is a great option with its lavish interior and signature brasserie dishes. You can get a quick bite at the Pastry Boutique or Delicatessen.
What specials do the Park Hyatt Tokyo bars and lounges offer guests?
The Peak Lounge on the 41st floor impresses with its sun-drenched bamboo garden that invites to sit back and relax. Open daily from 11:00 am to 10:00 pm, the lounge provides all-day snacks and afternoon tea as a special. Their signature afternoon tea comes with gourmet sandwiches, blueberry or plain scones with clotted cream and jam, as well as sweet delights like chocolate mousse and a fruit tart. Live Jazz music can be enjoyed at the New York Bar on the 52nd floor where the largest collection of American wines in Japan is at your disposal.
Does the Park Hyatt Tokyo spa offer anything special for guests?
To fully immerse yourself, try out the spa’s Tokyo Massage that employs natural essences from Japanese herbs and spices. A romantic experience is guaranteed with the Time Escape: Suite Experience package for two. Enjoy magnificent vistas from the 45th floor suite and a couple’s treatment of your choice that is tailored to your needs.
How big are the event spaces at the Park Hyatt Tokyo?
The Ballroom is the hotel’s largest event venue with over 4,000 sq ft of space. The ballroom features a video wall and high-quality sound system and impresses with its 21-ft high ceiling. Up to 180 guests can come together here for lectures, banquets, or weddings. Inspired by the décor of classic European ballrooms, the Venetian Room exudes elegance and luxury and can be joined with the adjacent Drawing Room that seats up to 50 people. The hotel’s boardroom boasts over 500 sq ft of business space for up to 12 people.
Can guests participate in fitness classes at the Park Hyatt Tokyo?
To keep fit during your stay at the Park Hyatt Tokyo, benefit from the onsite fitness classes instructed by professionals. Private and tailored sessions with a personal trainer at the gym boost your workout to a new level, or you can drop in at the stretching and Pilates classes. Swimming lessons and water activities take place regularly, too.
How can I get from Haneda airport to the Park Hyatt Tokyo?
Conveniently direct, guests can board the Haneda-Airport Limousine Bus that stops at the Park Hyatt Tokyo. Costs for this service are approximately ¥1,200 (about $12) for the 1h ride. Alternatively, and equally fast, you can get on the Tokyo Monorail to Hamamatsucho Station and change for the Yamanote Line to reach Shinjuku Station where the hotel lies.
What are the parking rates at the Park Hyatt Tokyo?
Should you come by car, you can benefit from the self-parking and valet parking services this hotel provides. Self-parking your car on the onsite parking lot costs approximately ¥3,100 (about $29) per night. To take advantage of the valet parking services for enhanced convenience and luxury, prepare to pay approximately ¥5,000 (around $47) per day and vehicle. (Prices checked 03/07/19).
Where is Park Hyatt Tokyo located?
Park Hyatt Tokyo is located at 3-7-1-2 Nishi Shinjuku in Shinjuku, 7,1 km from the centre of Tokyo. Meiji Jingu is the closest landmark to Park Hyatt Tokyo.
When is check-in time and check-out time at Park Hyatt Tokyo?
Check-in time is 13:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Park Hyatt Tokyo.
Does Park Hyatt Tokyo offer free Wi-Fi?
Yes, Park Hyatt Tokyo offers free Wi-Fi.
Does Park Hyatt Tokyo offer free parking?
No, Park Hyatt Tokyo does not offer free parking.
Does Park Hyatt Tokyo offer free airport shuttle service?
No, Park Hyatt Tokyo does not offer free airport shuttle service.
How far is Park Hyatt Tokyo from the airport?
Park Hyatt Tokyo is 17,4 km from Tokyo Haneda.
Can you bring pets to Park Hyatt Tokyo?
No, pets are not allowed at Park Hyatt Tokyo.
Does Park Hyatt Tokyo have a pool?
Yes, Park Hyatt Tokyo has a pool on-site.
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Most popular landmarks
- Meiji Jingu 1,3 km
- Yoyogi Koen 1,6 km
- Shinjuku Gyoen 1,8 km
- Roppongi Hills 4,3 km
- Mori Bijutsukan 4,5 km
- Sunshine Suizokukan 5,5 km
|Tokyo Haneda||17,4 km|
|Tokyo Narita||63,4 km|