Rising high above the Shinjuku district, the sophisticated oasis that is distinctive of Park Hyatt Tokyo offers vertiginous views of Tokyo and the Kanto Plain stretching far and beyond to the endearing Mount Fuji.
Park Hyatt Tokyo was the cinematic set for the critically acclaimed film “Lost in Translation”, and it continues to impress with its impeccable and attentive service, dramatic glass-roofed swimming pool and excellent restaurants and bars such as the New York Grill.
Japanese art and bamboo plants elegantly decorate the spacious rooms and soothe your senses, along with the modern and minimalist furnishings and extravagant bathrooms that make up a luxurious escape from the bustling city life. Indulge in the exquisite spa treatments at the Club on the Park and allow the spa therapists to knead your stress away as you fall asleep to the sweeping views of urban Tokyo.
Park Hyatt Tokyo is the perfect location for shopping and exploring the other parts of Tokyo with its close proximity to the busiest rail and subway hub of Shinjuku Station.
Lightfoot Travel provides tailor-made itineraries that include daily tours and excursions, restaurant recommendations and bookings, and can incorporate Tokyo into a greater Japan holiday. Take a look at Cityscapes to Snowy Slopes as an example of a bespoke itinerary that we can create for you.
Park Hyatt Tokyo Information
- Location: Shinjuku, Tokyo, 1.5-hr drive from Narita international airport
- Accommodation: 177 rooms including 23 suites
- Facilities: Restaurants and bars, 24-hr Business Centre, boardrooms, wedding chapel, spa and fitness centre, library, beauty salon
- Activities: Nearby tourist attractions, shopping, in-room shiatsu massage
- Children: Welcome
- Weather: Best to visit in spring and autumn months of March to May and September to November. Rainfall is the heaviest in June and August is the hottest and most humid month of the year.