Tokyo, the celebrated capital of Japan, is known as a city that functions at 100 miles per hour. Every day, tens of thousands of inhabitants cross each other on the street without paying even the slightest attention to anyone else. Many visitors in fact, find rush hour here an amusing tourist attraction. Tokyo is also a city of skyscrapers, new technologies and people with original and extravagant looks.
In addition, the city has a number of cultural and historical monuments like the Tokyo National Museum, the city’s oldest and largest museum. Several thousand objects are on display, tracing the history of Japan and in other galleries the history of Asia. The Japan gallery is the most popular with visitors thanks to its saber collection, its painted scrolls and its statues bearing witness to the history of the country.
The Tokyo Metropolitan Government is the town hall and the work of Japanese architect, Kenzo Tange. It’s 200 meters high, with one of the best views of the Shinjuku quarter, one of the liveliest neighborhoods in the city, as well as being the economic and political heart of Tokyo. There are many bars where local employees come to unwind after leaving their offices. The atmosphere is laid back and warm. It’s also the quarter where the city’s finest hotels are located.
Located in the heart of the Japanese capital, the famous Park Hyatt of Tokyo is a reference in the world of five-star hotels. The service is irreproachable, discreet and always available, with a personnel that will bend over backwards to make you feel welcome, as stipulated in the hotel’s principles. Whether you’re in Tokyo on business or for fun, the Park Hyatt will meet all of your demands.
The building itself is a work of art. With more than 50 floors, this glass pyramid stands proudly in the center of the city. The 178 rooms and suites offer unparalleled comfort. They’re all very spacious with large beds and Egyptian sheets, luxurious bathrooms with high tech bathtubs, showers and toilets. The decoration is simple, modern and pure, giving each room a relaxed zen like aura. Huge bay windows offer guests a panoramic view of Tokyo and its animated night atmosphere.
For pure moments of relaxation, the spa, on the 47th floor, proposes several treatment cabins totally dedicated to the well-being of both mind and body. The covered swimming pool and fitness room are also worth a visit, as is the immense media room.
Several gastronomic experiences are available to guests. The New York Grill proposes international cuisine in an immense salon on the 52nd floor. The Kozue specializes in Japanese cooking, and the Girandole leans towards European cuisine. Finally, there’s the Peak Lounge and its superb central garden, inundated with light.
It was in this celebrated hotel that Sofia Coppola shot several scenes from her film, “Lost in Translation” starring Scarlet Johansson and Bill Murray.
Five stars / Member Hyatt Hotels & Resorts /Skyscraper / Shinjuku, business quarter / Business friendly / Conference rooms / Gourmet dining / Japanese restaurant & French brasserie / Lounge with bamboo garden on 41st floor / Piano bar / Live Jazz on Sundays / Club on the Park Spa / Indoor pool
Open all year
154 rooms and 23 suites
Double occupancy from 183 euros
Tokyo-Haneda International Airport (HND) - Haneda
PARK HYATT TOKYO
3-7-1-2 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-Ku,
Approximately 10 hours
+ 7 hours in summer / + 8 hours in winter
Cold temperate climate in the north
Tropical and humid climate in the south
Passport valid for the duration of the trip
No visa required for a stay of less than 3 months
All foreigners over 16 years of age coming to Japan for the first time will be photographed and fingerprinted. This procedure is obligatory.
No vaccinations required
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