The Park Hyatt Tokyo is a prominent feature in Tokyo's skyline, comprising three interconnecting towers in the vibrant area of Shinjuku. Luxury accommodation and the latest in technology, style and design dominate the hotel.
Granted iconic status by Bill Murray and Scarlet Johansson in Lost in Translation it’s a must for movie lovers
Superb skyline views from every window, bedrooms start from the 42nd floor and the iconic Tokyo skyline surrounds you
Located in the heart of Shinjuku the surrounding streets are a blaze of neon and Tokyo’s best nightlife is right on the hotel’s doorstep
Home to five restaurants but the one to pick is the New York Grill. Floor to ceiling windows, a Jazz soundtrack and the best steaks in the city
The inspiration and backdrop for the critically acclaimed film, Lost in Translation, the luxurious Park Hyatt Tokyo is an elegant oasis of space and calm that offers spectacular views of Tokyo and Mount Fuji. Occupying 14 floors of the Shinjunku Park Tower, the hotel is close to Shinjunku Station, Shinjunku Park and the spectacular surrounds of Nishi Shinjunku (know as 'skyscraper city'). This is dazzling Tokyo at its finest.
Located in three connecting towers, each spacious guest room is contemporary in style with a 37-inch plasma screen TV and breathtaking views of the city or the park below. All rooms are equipped with the very latest personal entertainment systems and creature comforts include plush comfy duvets and the finest Egyptian cotton sheets.
Dining within the hotel is varied and contemporary and includes a good range of global cuisines in spectacular settings. Being in Japan, the indoor pool and fitness centre has some of the most high tech equipment you will find in Asia. The Park Hyatt Tokyo is an excellent base for exploring this fast paced city metropolis, with fantastic shopping at your doorstep.
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Occupying the top 14 floors of Shinjuku Park Tower, located in the Shinjuku district of Tokyo, close to Shinjuku Station, Shinjuku Park, Nishi Shinjuku, and areas of Shibuya and Aoyama.
Photography: Streets of Tokyo
Capture Tokyo’s extraordinary street life on this 2.5-hour tour accompanied by a professional photographer, who will guide you to the city’s most photogenic locations and help you explore less well-known areas of the city.
Today you will visit Tsukji Market and enjoy a Sushi making experience with an exceptional master.
Tokyo Architecture Tour
Home to some of the world’s most cutting-edge architecture, this tour explores a selection of Tokyo’s most impressive buildings in the company of a local architect, able to explain the aesthetic principles that underpin Japanese architectural design.
Watch Morning Practice At A Sumo Stable And Share Lunch With The Wrestlers
An integral element of Japanese culture, sumo wrestling is enshrined in Shinto ritual and dates back over 2,000 years. This private 3-hour visit to a Sumo Stable is a memorable experience watching morning practice before sharing lunch with the wrestlers.