Park Hyatt Tokyo


Rising high above the Shinjuku district, the Park Hyatt Tokyo offers vertiginous views of Tokyo and the Kanto Plain stretching to the snow-capped peak of Mount Fuji. Located among the wide streets and shiny skyscrapers of the west Shinjuku district, it’s just a short stroll from the bustling bars, shops and restaurants.

Since opening in 1994 it continues to impress with its impeccable style, attentive service and sleek décor. Japanese art and bamboo plants elegantly decorate the spacious rooms along with the modern and minimalist furnishings and extravagant bathrooms that make up this luxurious escape from the bustling city life.

The scene-stealing 52nd-floor New York Bar and Grill is perhaps one of the city’s most atmospheric spots for a skyscraper dinner or cocktail, meanwhile, the more refined Kozue restaurant serves Japanese delicacies.

There’s also a dramatic glass-roofed swimming pool, a gym and an aerobics studio.

Park Hyatt Tokyo Information


Shinjuku, Tokyo, 1.5-hr drive from Narita international airport


177 rooms including 23 suites


Nearby tourist attractions, shopping, in-room shiatsu massage



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Why we recommend Park Hyatt Tokyo

One of the original modern luxury hotels in Tokyo, Park Hyatt Tokyo is a firm favourite among design-savvy guests and is famous for its leading role in the film Lost in Translation. The location is hard to beat and the 52nd-floor New York Bar and Grill is one of the city’s most atmospheric spots for a skyscraper drink.

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