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Park Hyatt Tokyo

1,573 reviews
+81 3-5322-1234

Top Amenities

Free Wifi
Fitness Center

Park Hyatt Tokyo Delivers Luxury, Location, and Space

What’s a Park Hyatt Tokyo Room Include?

Most hotel rooms in Tokyo tends to be small, but this decadent hotel delivers an extraordinary amount of room along with numerous amenities that makes you want to spend more time there. The 177 rooms and suites include deep soaking tubs, Aesop toiletries, free bottled water, DVD players, flat screen TVs, fine linens, a mini bar and refrigerator. Many rooms also include an incredible view of Mt. Fuji.

What Amenities are Available?

This luxury hotel in Tokyo provides a wealth of amenities, including a full-service spa and hair salon, a health club with yoga and Pilates classes, two bars, a café and restaurant, conference space, free shuttle to local attractions, free newspaper in the lobby, and 24-hour room service. There is also on-site bicycle rental and an efficient, well-trained, English-speaking staff that can make reservations and provide recommendations for what to do and where to eat.

How Much Will a Stay at the Park Hyatt Tokyo Cost Me?

This premium Tokyo hotel does come at a cost but one that is typical of Tokyo hotels. The nightly room rates range from $479 for a twin room with double beds up to $1,290 for a suite with two double beds. Other rates include a deluxe room with King bed from $538-$596 or a King bed park view room for $638-$718. The rates vary for these rooms, according to the type of package you book, with some room packages including meals or spa services.

What’s the Bottom Line?

This is a stunning Tokyo hotel with a great location in the heart of Tokyo, easy access to transportation like the bullet train, proximity to shopping and restaurants, and exceptional views high atop this high-rise building. Despite its size, the personal service gives it a boutique feel without feeling stuffy or snobbish.

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3-7-1-2 Nishi Shinjuku Shinjuku-ku
Tokyo, 163-1055
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User Highlights
Bar and Beverages
"Brilliant cocktails" "Great happy hour"
Delicious alcoholic drinks, according to 93%.
"Amazing city views" "Breathtaking view over the city"
99% thought the view was good.
92% thought rooms were spacious.
"Free swimming pool" "Incredible pool"
"Free Wifi"
"Comfort exceeded our expectations" "Quiet rooms"
92% thought rooms were spacious.
80% said the beds were comfortable.
"Excellent restaurant recommendations" "Staff was excellent"
92% found the staff to be very friendly.
92% thought the service was very professional.
Wellness Area
"Including gym" "Great gym"
top-notch fitness area, thought 88%.
"Refined atmosphere" "Beautiful decor"
91% enjoyed the friendly atmosphere.
96% thought the hotel was luxurious.
"Stylish interior" "Clean floors"
81% thought the building was wonderful.
81% thought the architecture was beautiful.
"Close to Shinjuku Station" "Near Tokyo Station"
Long way to the train station, meant 56%.
77% liked the proximity to sightseeing.
"Amazing breakfast" "Great breakfast"
57% said the breakfast was too expensive.
Value for money
"Extortionate mini bar" "High price"
The price was too high for 81%.
57% said the breakfast was too expensive.

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Great view
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Friendly atmosphere
Expert Reviews
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.
Be sure to book early, therefore, for the 52nd-floor New York Grill, one of Tokyo's best restaurants, offering a spectacular setting.
Travel + Leisure
Other luxe hotels have since opened and some celebrities have moved on, but the 177-room Park Hyatt Tokyo continues to offer some of the best amenities of any property in the capital.
If the skies are clear, have lunch on the 40th floor in Kozue and gaze upon Mount Fuji as you nibble away on your bento box.
Forbes Travel Guide
Park Hyatt Tokyo, made famous in Sophia Coppola’s hit indie flick Lost in Translation, has been a luxurious mainstay for international travelers for more than 20 years. Located in the...
Hotel Information
Airport Shuttle
Bar or Lounge
Business Center
Child Activities
Child Care
Fitness Center
Free Wifi
No Smoking
Spa or Sauna
From 3:00pm*must be 18 or older to check-in
Until 12:00pm
# of Rooms
  • Local Tax: JPY 200 per person, per night
  • Parking Fee: JPY 3100.00 per night
  • Breakfast Fee: JPY 5216 for adults and JPY 2608 for children (approximately)
Handicap Accessible
Wheelchair Accessible