Park Hyatt Tokyo

3-7-1-2, Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan
177 Rooms
Modern Design & Lively
Starting at:
taxes included per/nt
19.6 /20
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Overall Experience

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Every time you think that something couldn’t possibly be more perfect, the Japanese will prove you wrong. This is, after all, the country that gave us the flawless three-hundred-dollar cantaloupe. So when Tokyo takes on the boutique hotel, you can bet that it’ll be spectacular — and all the more so when it’s a Park Hyatt hotel set fifty-odd stories above Shinjuku, the most high-tech neighborhood in town. The views, needless to say, are ultra-Nippon cool. Best of all is the one from the tub, with its floor-to-ceiling, wall-to-wall window. As you soak in a bath that’s practically the size of a Tokyo apartment, you’re treated to a Godzilla’s eye view of the Blade Runner panorama below, with Mount Fuji hovering behind for good measure.

Of course there are the floating bamboo gardens, the bars lit with fifty dashi lanterns, the elevator that starts out dark and brightens as you go up, the black lacquer goodie basket filled with sweet bean paste cakes and rice wafers.

There’s the 22,000-square-foot fitness and spa center, that provides, among other things, a foot rub that is paradise for the pressure points of your sole. All this for a hotel with less than 200 rooms. There’s also the oh-so-conscientious, oh-so-discreet staff, who will have you paged at the Hamburg airport if there’s a vacant room, and find you those extra-long trousers at midnight. They’ve even taken your jet lag into consideration. Immaculately packaged aromatherapy products and a massage await the exhausted jet-setter at check in. And what is perhaps the biggest luxury in this spatially stingy city: the palatial size of the rooms.

Wallpaper likes the New York Bar best — an enormous glass pyramid fifty-two stories in the sky, with live jazz and beautiful Tokyo shopaholics sipping whiskey and snacking on buttery Kobe beef seared steakhouse style. You’ll love the beds — among the biggest in Japan and fitted with the nicest Egyptian cotton sheets. Personally, however, our favorite is the venomous Fugu fish sashimi provided by room service. As long as you survive, there’s a bonus hour of shiatsu to follow.

Please note: This hotel offers both smoking and non-smoking rooms. If you have a preference, please indicate it in the special requests section during the booking process.
Check in: 14:00
Check out: 12:00

Credit cards accepted

  • WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
  • Public parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed) and costs JPY 4800 per day.
  • Pets are not allowed.
  • Children of any age are allowed.
  • Children up to and including 2 years old stay for free when using an available cot.
  • Children up to and including 12 years old stay for free when using an existing bed.
  • Any type of extra bed or child's cot/crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.

Rooms & Rates

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Park Hyatt Tokyo
3-7-1-2, Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan

Amenities & Services

  • Free wi-fi
  • Self service parking (charges apply)
  • Bar
  • Room service
  • Restaurant
  • 24 hour room service
  • Indoor swimming pool
  • Spa
  • Spa treatments (on request)
  • Sauna
  • Beauty salon
  • Jacuzzi
  • Yoga
  • Steam rooms
  • Gym
  • Concierge
  • 24 hour front desk
  • Doctor on call
  • Air conditioning
  • ATM/bank office
  • Babysitting (on request)
  • Multi-lingual staff
  • Wake-up service
  • Library
  • Lounge
  • Luggage storage
  • No pets allowed
  • Boardroom
  • Business center
  • Bikes available
  • Golf nearby
  • Cribs (subject to availability)
  • Swimming pool

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