Park Hyatt Tokyo
Tokyo | Deluxe
One of the most spectacular sights in Tokyo is its skyline - hundreds of miles of densely urban landscape stretching away to the horizon. A view, therefore, should be high on your hotel room checklist - anything else is a matter of taste - and if you prefer not to compromise on any aspect of your accommodation, Tokyo’s Park Hyatt ticks every box on the list. With its polished style and skyline views all the way to Fuji, this deluxe landmark hotel is simply extraordinary, and was setting the bar for Japanese hospitality even before Lost in Translation made it famous amongst filmgoers.
The entire property, which guests access via an express elevator to the 41st floor of Shinjuku Park Tower, is presented to an exemplary standard, with white glove service to match. Accommodation is spacious, and decorated to a neat contemporary aesthetic, with sophisticated materials in a subtle palette. Furnishings are all efficient lines and neat soft corners - nothing to get in the way, but still ergonomic and welcoming. And then there’s the small matter of those windows - wall to wall, inviting you to gaze, stupefied, at the mind-boggling metropolis below.
Although we heartily encourage you to explore Tokyo’s fantastic eating scene, there are several excellent dining options within the building. The Park Hyatt’s Japanese restaurant serves contemporary cuisine in tableware created by some of the country’s most talented artisans, while the New York Grill - with its 52nd floor views - offers exquisite Kobe beef and fresh seafood. The European brasserie interprets the classics in the best possible way, and there’s a peaceful lounge for cakes, light bites, cocktails and afternoon tea. If you prefer to snack in your suite, select from the patisserie, delicatessen, or the room service menu. The hotel’s New York bar hosts regular live jazz nights, and there are several good restaurants in the department stores on lower floors.
To balance out the feasting, fitness comes in the form of the 47th floor pool and studio - both benefit from copious natural light, and those views again. Two floors down, the spa is just gorgeous - cocooned and onsen-esque, with warm whirlpools, cold plunge pools, saunas and massage, with sleek extras like the Vichy hydrotherapy treatments and 360 degree showers. The spa experiences are especially lovely - not cheap, but this place is about treating yourself well, after all, and the couples’ packages make for exceptional honeymoon memories.
What else? Well, there’s a dedicated relaxation class before bed, and good quality shopping on the floors below the hotel. Beyond the doorstep - yes, we’re suggesting you leave the hotel! - Shinjuku boasts some of Tokyo’s most intriguing nightlife.
We SayThere’s no need to leave the building, to be honest, although we really think you should!
3-7-1-2 Nishi Shinjuku, Shinjuku-Ku
- Your Accommodation
- 177 rooms & suites
- Deluxe room amenities
- Eating & Drinking
- New York grill
- Kozue Japanese restaurant
- Girandole European restaurant
- The Peak lounge
- The Peak lounge
- New York bar
- The Peak cocktail bar
- Leisure & Relaxation
- Club on the Park fitness facilities
- 47th floor pool
- 45th floor spa
- Aerobics studio
- Evening relaxation class