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Park Hyatt Tokyo
Why we like it
- Conveniently located in the heart of Tokyo in Shinjuku the Park Hyatt offers spectacular views of the Tokyo's unique skyline
- Boasting eight restaurants from the Delicatessen to Kozue offering contemporary Japanese cuisine
- A private library of fine books on international travel, art and culture is available to all guests
- Club on the Park offers exquisite recreation and spa facilities
- All guest rooms are located above the 41st floor and are beautifully appointed
Not to be missed is the New York Bar UNPLUGGED a jazz event held every Sunday, featuring dynamic local artists who are making a mark in the vibrant jazz scene here in Tokyo.
While planning our trip to Japan I dealt with two Vickys (Smith and Hamlin). They were both delightful - being articulate, helpful and most efficient. Their knowledge about Japan was very much appreciated. The few changes we requested to the first suggested itinerary were carried out quickly and to our complete satisfaction. You have two highly talented ladies who obviously love their job and are a great credit to A&K. We
- PD, London
The Park Hyatt Tokyo is an elegant oasis of space and calm that offers spectacular views of Tokyo and the Kanto Plain all the way to Mount Fuji, from the top 14 floors of the 52-storey Shinjuku Park Tower. Located in the heart of Shinjuku, Tokyo's vibrant business and entertainment district, this is the most internationally famous hotel in Japan. The film, "Lost in Translation" was filmed here, and a stay can be a highlight of any visit to Tokyo. The views are amazing from the rooms and the various bars, café and restaurants.
Best time to be there
Spring (late March to April) for cherry blossom, early summer (May to early June) for warm sunshine, autumn (October to November) for sunny weather and spectacular colours.
Osaka/ Tokyo Narita and Haneda (Japan Airlines, British Airways)
12 hours 30 minutes from London
GMT +9 hours
Not required for UK passport holders
No vaccinations required
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