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Park Hyatt Tokyo

3-7-1-2 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-Ku, Tokyo 163-1055 Japan

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Park Hyatt Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
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Park Hyatt Tokyo - Hotel Reviews from across the web

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The highly touted 178-room Park Hyatt occupies the top 14 floors of a 52-story skyscraper designed by renowned Japanese architect Kenzo Tange. The interior, dominated by warm woods, original artwork, and understated flower arrangements, is designed to counteract the severity of the modern architectu...

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An elevator whisks you to the 41st floor, where the hotel - immortalized in the 2003 film Lost in Translation - begins with an atrium lounge enclosed on three sides by floor-to-ceiling plate-glass windows. The panorama of Shinjuku spreads out before you. Service is efficient and personal, and the mo...

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There's no grand lobby entrance here; instead, guests at the Park Hyatt Tokyo are initially confronted with a thoroughly hip pastry boutique. From there a brisk elevator ride whisks you to the 41st floor, where you walk past two restaurants and through a library before reaching the sit-down receptio...

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Located in West Shinjuku on the 39th to 52nd floors of Kenzo Tange's granite-and-glass Shinjuku Park Tower, the Park Hyatt is among the most gorgeous and sophisticated hotels in Japan, a perfect reflection of high-tech, avant-garde Tokyo in the 21st century. If you can afford it, stay here. Check-in...

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An ideal address for pleasure or business, within walking distance of a major commercial and entertainment district and overlooking Shinjuku Central Park 90 minutes to Narita Int...

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Quite simply, one of the best hotels in Japan. Attention to detail and personalised service will make all guests feel pampered. Club On The Park, the hotel's extensive health and fitness facility, includes a skylit swimming pool, whirlpool, sauna, steam bath, massages and gymnasium offers their gues...

Best in the World - user review
As a seasoned world business traveler, logging over 100,000 last year, I can personally atest to the best hotel in the world by leaps and bounds is the Park Hyatt Tokyo.As you first enter from the private drive, you ...

Best hotel in Tokyo - user review
Having stayed at the Park Hyatt Tokyo over 4 times in the past year, I have found that their room quality and service above all the other Tokyo Hotels. The last time I stayed there, I opted for the Park Suite on the 52nd floor. ...

I stayed when I was 18 - user review
I stayed at this hotel when I was 18. I had to take an entrance exams of art university for 3 days, and my home was too far away to make it to the 9 o'clock start.Some hotels in Tokyo is known to run special packages...

Best Place To Stay - user review
Nothing beats the Park Hyatt Tokyo in terms of design, ambience, service and comfort. The rooms are simple but cutting edge modern, the facilities are just about the best in Tokyo (they have an entire floor for a spa and just about the greatest gym facilities I have ever seen imagine doing your trea...

A breakfast to kill for, and a pool with a view - user review
Staying at one of the world's luxury business hotels in one of the world's greatest cities, and a Park Hyatt, is an experience every bit as exquisite and unique as you would imagine.For me the 45th floor spa was the ...

A wonderful place to stay in Tokyo! - user review
We really enjoyed our visit to Tokyo, when we stayed at the Park Hyatt Hotel. The hotel was a bit far from downtown, but the views were quite spectacular, especial...

Waking up to Mt. Fuji - user review
I cannot describe what it is like to look out my hotel room window directly at Mt. Fuji as the sun is rising. This was one of the main reasons I chose the Park Hyatt over the other luxury hotels in Tokyo. The Park Hyatt is worth every penny spent to stay here. The service is superior, the staff is e...

If you can afford, make it your only choice in Tokyo - user review
Some hotels manage to get in better shape in the long haul and this one is certainly at the throne. My two visits were 5 years apart, and during my last visit (Dec 2004) I found the rooms getting even more chic, and better assessorized (Aesop stuff!!!). The gym and pool are still hard to beat by any...

High on Park Hyatt Tokyo - user review
The rooms are spacious and service is great. Adrian Fautt, the Head Concierge gets the gong for being the best. He helped make our t...

This hotel is first rate, hands down. I think it ranks as one of the world's best hotels. Rooms are expensive about $525 USD and up, suites cost up to $6,000 a night, if you got the ...

Awesome Hotel if you can afford it - user review
This is an awesome Hotel. It takes a while to find reception, but everything from the lift, the walk in, to the room is top class. Service is superb, if somewhat over the top. The view feels Manhattan like being in Shinjuku a central business district. Rooms PDP TV and all are first rate. I do not r...

One of the Best Hotels in the World - user review
We just retuened from a ten night stay at the Park Hyatt, and all we can see is that we hated to leave! The rooms are stunning, as are the bathrooms with a a deep soaking tub overlooking the city skyline. The rate, we felt, was fair for a hotel of this calibur ($433 USD) nightly, then the last night...

Park Hyatt Tokyo (3 7 1 2, Nishi Shinjuku ): Famous since the movie "Lost in Translation" - user review
Another great place near Shinjuku station Location of the movie Lost in Translation Great rooms and an absolutly great indoor pool up on ...

Park Hyatt Tokyo (3 7 1 2, Nishi Shinjuku ): they will always be "lost in translation"... - user review
if i remember right...Park Hyatt has been choosen best hotel in the world in 2005 so i was pretty surprised not to find that much info about it on vt...that's expensive, but they dont take money for a visit or just 10$ for a drink in one of the bars located up high:)) at my opinion it's worth just t...

Park Hyatt Tokyo (3 7 1 2, Nishi Shinjuku ): Beautiful hotel with a beautiful view - user review
Incredible. $500 dollars a night, but totally wort...

Park Hyatt Tokyo (3 7 1 2, Nishi Shinjuku ): 5 Stars Hotel - user review
Known as Gaikokujin houses, because most of the occupants are foreigners, these houses are similar to the rooming houses that you can find in many cities and are usually conveniently located within e...

unbelivable - user review
the service is awsome if you are rich and asian from america who offers to give freedom to the people who serv you. it was to...

Never Want to Go Home - user review
This hotel is like a DREAM!!!! i love it so much! I never wanted to leave. It was magnificent...not as magnificent as I though!!! Everyone was nice and everyt...

My Dream Hotel - user review
You will never seen anything like this untramodern ( unless you have seen the award-winning 'Lost in Translation', which was filmed here) occupying the top floors abo...

want to go there again - user review
i really like this hotel...is the bestest hotel that i've never seen and stay before...that's all i can say about this hotel...GREAT!!!the room was really clean and the se...

Nice but... - user review
This hotel is located in Shinjuku. And the film lost in translation is shoot here. So you might know it is amazingly nice hotel. But... EXPENSIVE. The view from rest...

Luxrery at a great price - user review
This is definately the place to stay when traveling to Tokyo. Clean and luxurious rooms, excellent service, friendly staff and management. Within walking distance to many ...

The Soul Of Japan - user review
I absolutely loved staying at the Park Hyatt. It was close to all my business dealings and the service I got was extraordinary. This is a must stay for anyone visiting Tokyo....

Horrible - user review
This hotel is beyond repair and the service and maids disgust me.The rooms are small and bathrooms are never cleaned by hotel personnel.If you like wasting your money and throwing...

Spectacular & Worth the $$$$ - user review
Service was almost perfect, and at a level well above that which I expected. At no point did I feel it was too intrusive or anything of the sort. Highlights were the friendly, re...

A remarkabole experience - user review
My stay at the Park Hyatt was truly extraordinary. The calm and quiet of the hotel and particularly the rooms made the business stay in Tokyo a very comfortable one. The service as...

Possibly the world's best hotel! - user review
This is the best hotel in the world, no question. I travel all around the world and am lucky to stay in many luxury hotels, but there is none better than the Park Hyatt. In fact, I al...

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