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Rooms and Suites at Park Hyatt Tokyo

From 455 USD

Park Room ( 484ft2 )

The spacious 45-sq.-metre room offers a work area with high-speed Internet, walk-in closet, deep soaking tub and one king bed or 2 Twin Beds with Egyp...

From 540 USD

Deluxe Room ( 592ft2 )

The spacious 55-sq.-metre room offers sitting and work areas, high-speed Internet, walk-in closet, deep soaking tub and one king bed or 2 Twin Beds wi...

From 637 USD

Park View Room ( 646ft2 )

Enjoy breathtaking city views from a spacious 60-sqm corner room. Modern décor of natural hues of green marble and granite, accented with artifacts an...

From 829 USD

Park Suite ( 1076ft2 )

The 100-sq.-metre suite offers living, dressing and work areas, oversized marble bathroom with deep soaking tub and one king bed or 2 Twin Beds with E...

From 2,735 USD

Governor's Suite ( 1507ft2 )

The luxurious 140-sq.-metre suite offers living and dining rooms, grand bathroom with Japanese cypress tub and two double beds with Egyptian cotton be...

From 3,668 USD

Diplomat Suite ( 1722ft2 )

The luxurious 160-sq.-metre suite features living and dining rooms, grand piano, grand bathroom and one king bed or 2 Twin Beds with Egyptian cotton b...

From 6,567 USD

Tokyo Suite ( 2368ft2 )

The 220-sq.metre suite offers a spacious living room and passageways elegantly appointed with contemporary art, a grand piano and a collection of fine...

From 9,443 USD

Presidential Suite ( 3122ft2 )

The 290-sq.-metre suite offers living and dining rooms, kitchen, library, grand piano and marble bath with rain shower, sauna and spa tub. This is a p...

Park Hyatt Tokyo

Tokyo's most famous luxury hotel, Park Hyatt Tokyo, offers its guests incredible service, stylish design, spa, and fitness services - as well as panoramic views of Mount Fuji.


The towering skyscrapers of the Shinjuku district skirt the Park Hyatt Tokyo hotel. At a 12-minute walking distance is the bustling hub of the city. It also brims with fashion stores, restaurants, cafes, and art galleries. Guests can also avail of the free shuttle ride to tour the beautiful city and visit famous sights.

Moreover, located in the heart of one of Tokyo's busiest neighborhoods, the hotel is close to numerous touring sites. These include the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden (only a 5-minute drive) and the Meiji Shrine. There is also the Tokyo Tower (thirty minutes by car) and the Imperial Palace.

Furthermore, Ueno Park houses the city's most famous museums and is a forty-minute drive from the hotel. You can also reach Haneda Airport in fifty minutes by car, while Narita Airport is at a significant distance.

Design and Architecture

Inaugurated in 1994, the hotel is in the gleaming glass tower designed by Kenzo Tange, occupying the top 14 floors of the 52-story building. Its luxurious modern-day design and grand architecture make it the first choice for high-end clientele. As a result, park Hyatt hotel is also recognized as Tokyo's most reputed luxury hotel.

Public areas overlook beautiful corners of the city, especially the indoor pool and gym. However, you'll catch the most extraordinary views from the on-site gourmet restaurants. Interior décor features neutral shades, which build an elegant, soothing setting enhanced by the intimate lighting. Plus, dark-wood furniture, rugs, and plants accentuate the light-colored décor.

Another stylish site on the property, the Peak Lounge, is a casual, lavish hang-out spot. This is where guests relish spending a lovely evening, relaxing outdoors, gazing at the panoramic view.

Rooms and Suites

Sleek, green corridors lead guests down an elegant, winding pathway to their luxurious rooms. The renowned John Morford designed the 178 rooms and suites at the Park Hyatt Tokyo hotel, giving these quarters a refined luxury that warms the eye. Interior décor features dark wood furniture, cream-colored walls, and walk-in closets. There are also deep turquoise carpeting and pinstriped beige chairs.

The color palette primarily includes neutral shades, which perfectly contrast the dark décor. All in all, décor is a beautiful blend of luxury and minimalistic design. Moreover, these spacious havens of splendor have glowy lanterns and massive beds draped with Egyptian cotton bedding. Floor-to-ceiling glass walls also offer guests a spectacular view of the bustling snow-capped mountain Mount Fuji. There's no better way to spend your evenings than cozying up in a warm blanket, sipping coffee, and staring out at the picturesque view.

The guest rooms have bathrooms with wooden sliding doors, gleaming marble floors, and granite slabs. These also have massive deep soaking tubs and showers in glass cabins. Besides, the walls are adorned with brightly-hued paintings that nicely offset the green marble fittings. Aesop amenities further enhance the bathing experience. In addition to this, comfy robes and hairdryers are also available.

The hotel has a wide range of rooms and suites, some offering mountain views. Others offer views of the city streets. However, suites are a more luxurious affair. They feature original artwork on the walls and potted trees, and some also include a piano. The suites would be better than standard rooms if you are looking for more spacious quarters with extensive amenities.

Room Amenities

Rooms offer a variety of amenities. These include DVD players, flat-screen TVs, and fully stocked minibars. There is also free Wi-Fi, Nespresso machines, safes, and electric kettles to brew delicious Japanese tea.

Restaurant and Bar

If you want a skyscraper dinner in Tokyo, there is no better place than Park Hyatt's New York Bar and Grill on the 52nd floor of the building. Moreover, guests have complimentary access. The electric atmosphere at the bar is contagious, with live music filling the air with catchy energy.

The New York Grill serves mouth-watering beef steaks and seafood dishes with incredible wine. Plus, the wine cellar has an extraordinary collection of around 1800 bottles. Cocktail drinks are also available. Besides, the fame of the New York bar stems from a scene in the movie, Lost in Translation that was shot here.

Moreover, Japanese cuisine lovers should not miss the opportunity to ring up at Kozue restaurant. This is where you'll get Japanese delicacies for lunch and dinner. It also offers fantastic views of the bustling city and has a warm, enlightening ambiance. Besides, the Girandole restaurant features a French menu with delicious dishes that leave you wanting more. Breakfast at the Girandole includes both buffet and a la carte options.

The elegant glass-canopied Peak Lounge is located at the heart of the bamboo garden on the 41st floor. It serves guests afternoon tea and excellent cocktails. Guests cherish reclining here at this atrium-style place in the evenings, gorging on delicious desserts and sipping cocktails. Furthermore, adjacent to it is the Peak Bar, with a three-hour-long happy-hour service. This is where guests can help themselves to free drinks, canapés, and beer. Moreover, the whole place lights up at dusk and looks incredibly beautiful.

Furthermore, a delicatessen on the first floor offers a variety of sandwiches, deli goods, and gourmet meals. There's also a pastry boutique where you can order delicious desserts, freshly baked cakes, and pastries.

Spa and Fitness

The Urban Spa on the 45th floor is the highlight of the whole hotel. Here, revitalizing Tokyo massage is performed by specialists, with jazz music playing in the backdrop. The hotel also houses a fitness center with LifeFitness-brand equipment. Free classes, including aqua exercise and circuit training, are available here.

Additional Facilities

Working staff at the hotel are well-dressed, clad in sharp-fitted black suits, and highly attentive. The service is impeccable, and guests remain delighted throughout their stay.

On the 47th floor is a massive swimming pool lined with loungers, and guests often come here for a refreshing dip. As for exciting activities, the hotel also houses an aerobics studio, and guests can sign up for a trampoline session. 24/7 room service, laundry, and parking services are also available.


Park Hyatt Tokyo hotel is a must-visit for those with an aesthetic taste for luxury and elegance and those looking to have delicious food and drinks at several dining options. The safety and wellbeing of its guests have top priority for the hotel.

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Why we love this hotel

  • The movie Lost in Translation was filmed at the Park Hyatt Tokyo and made the hotel famous.
  • This hotel is located in the Shinjuku district. This LGBT-friendly area offers many bars, restaurants, and nightclubs.
  • Enjoy daily live jazz at the New York Bar on the 52nd floor. Get one of the famous Martinis and enough the incredible view.
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Wheelchair Accessible, Connecting Rooms

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Good to know about Park Hyatt Tokyo

The cherry blossom season is from the end of March to early April. The hotel's direct proximity to the Kenda River Area is perfect to enjoy the blossom.

Yes, connecting room options are available and amenities for young kids as well.

Haneda International Airport (HND) is 25 minutes from the hotel by car.

Tocho-Mae Station is about an 8-minute walk from the hotel. Shinjuku Station, which is one of the main transportation hubs of Tokyo, is about a 12-minute walk from the hotel. The hotel also offers a free shuttle service to/from Shinjuku station.

The concierge can arrange so many special experiences for guests. This includes private tours of the local area and activities.

Children of 12 years or younger can stay for free with an adult in the room.

All rooms and suites can accommodate up to 2 children below 12, except for Park View Room which only allows 1 child.

The Park Hyatt Tokyo has 8 outlets, 4 restaurants, 2 Bars, a Delicatessen, and Pastry Boutique.

Yes, New York Grill is a signature gourmet restaurant with spectacular views of Tokyo. The wine cellar housing over 1,800 bottles of wine.

Yes, all dietary requirements can be met at the Park Hyatt Tokyo.

Girandole serves breakfast for staying guests only from 7 am to 11 am.

Park Hyatt Tokyo has one indoor pool on the 47th floor with 360-degree views of Tokyo.

Yes, yoga sessions are available in addition to many other classes.

Whirlpools, cold plunge pools, dry and steam saunas.

The Club on the Park facilities allows children 16 years old and above. Children 3 - 15 years old may use the pool when accompanied by an adult at all times and children 3 - 12 years old may use the pool between 9 am to 6 pm.

Body and facial treatments, massages, pedicures, and manicures are offered at the Spa.

A beauty salon on the 40th floor: Studio Hatsuko is open from 10 am to 7 pm (closed on Wednesday). Manicures and pedicures are offered at the Spa.

Complimentary Nespresso coffees and teas are available in all guest rooms. Refreshed daily during the stay.

Kid's breakfast (Western and Japanese) is available via Room Service.

Yes, at The Peak Lounge at JPY 5,500, subject to a 15% service charge and 10% consumption tax.

The information provided is circumstantial - and is not indefinite in accuracy. Changes may have occurred.

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