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Park Hyatt Tokyo

Tokyo, Japan

Occupying the top 14 floors of Shinjuku Park Tower, Park Hyatt Tokyo hotel is an elegant oasis of space and calm overlooking Tokyo and the Kanto Plain all the way to Mount Fuji. Understated modern decor features subtle hues of green marble and granite, original pieces of art and rare Hokkaido water elm paneling. The spacious 45 sqm rooms offer a work area, high-speed Internet, walk-in closet, personal entertainment center, and two double beds with plush down duvets and Egyptian cotton linens. Cribs are available upon request.

Location

Located in the Shinjuku District, the hotel is close to Shinjuku Station and Shinjuku Park, offering breathtaking views of the city and Yoyogi Park. Sinjuku is famous for its shopping; surrounding department stores include Isetan, Takashimaya Times Square and Tokyo’s only Barney’s New York. Omotesando shopping avenue is located across Yoyogi Park with a peaceful Meiji Shrine.

Room Categories

Park Room
Двухместный номер без завтраков, 45 кв. м.
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Park Deluxe Room
Двухместный номер без завтраков, 55 кв. м.
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Park View Room
Двухместный номер без завтраков, 60 кв. м.
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Park Suite
Двухместный номер без завтраков, 100 кв. м.
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Infrastructure

There’s plenty to keep guests occupied while staying at the hotel. Whether being an exercise enthusiast, a shopping buff, or a relaxation addict, here is the right activity for everyone.

The Club on the Park experience is one of sweeping views, generously appointed spaces and exquisite pampering by dedicated spa and fitness specialists. Sunlight streaming through the glass atrium of the 47th floor fills high-performance facilities featuring a gym, a 20-metre pool, and an aerobics studio. The studio features body sonic flooring, while the gym is equipped with a complete range of Life Fitness weight training and fitness equipment. The 45th floor is devoted to tranquility of body and mind, with spacious wet and relaxation areas and private suites where an extensive range of tailored aesthetic treatments, including the unique Vichy hydrotherapy, may be enjoyed. It also features whirlpools, dry and wet saunas, cold plunge pools and relaxation rooms with library.

Concierge can book the tickets to the local entertainment: Kabuki play (offering headphones for English translation), Tea ceremony and Sumo tournament. Sumo is not only a national sport; it is filled with cultural and religious rituals. On top of a raised ring, two sumo wrestlers compete for the championship of the season. Many of these matches last only a few seconds, but some can extend for several minutes. Whenever the tournament is out of season, guests may be able to catch a glimpse of the sumo wrestlers during morning practice at one of their “stables”.

Dining

Dramatically perched on the 52nd floor of Park Hyatt Tokyo is the dynamic New York Grill, with floor-to-ceiling glass windows offering breathtaking views of Tokyo. The contemporary and sophisticated interior features substantial paintings of New York scenes by Italian artist Valerio Adami and a wine cellar housing over 1600 bottles of wines. Chef de Cuisine and his team practice their art in the stunning open kitchen, drawing guests into the dining experience. The menu features a wide selection of prime quality Japanese and imported beef, market fresh seafood and poultry roasted to perfection on the rotisserie.

On a clear day, one can see Mount Fuji from the hotel’s exquisite contemporary Japanese restaurant, Kozue. The menu features only the finest seasonal ingredients for the hearty, home-style dishes which are uniquely presented on beautiful earthenware, porcelain and lacquer ware created by noted Japanese craftsmen. Kozue features an extensive sake list for the perfect accompaniment.

Girandole, relaxed and romantic yet full of life in true French brasserie tradition, offers all day dining and simple, delicious fare that is satisfyingly authentic. The dinner menu highlights signature brasserie dishes, and the lunch menu also includes selected Asian favorites. A stunning two-storey collage of 144 black and white photographs depicting European cafe life sets a distinctive ambiance.

A sky lit bamboo garden, creating a mood of serenity both night and day, is the centerpiece of The Peak Lounge. Washed with natural light and offering spectacular views of Tokyo, the garden setting is perfect for the enjoyment of luscious desserts and fresh homemade cakes, classical English afternoon tea, light cuisine and cocktails.

Even native New Yorkers have pronounced the atmosphere in the New York Bar “more New York than New York”. The decor is simple, the energy enormous. In contrast to the black ebony chairs, ebonized walnut flooring and the rugged steel supports of the floor-to-ceiling windows are the artist Valerio Adami’s huge murals of Radio City Music Hall and the Rainbow Room in bold, fluid colors. Vintage cognac and brandy, classic and original cocktails, and the largest selection of Californian wines in Japan are served.

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