Park Hyatt Tokyo

Made famous by Sofia Coppola’s cult movie, ‘Lost in Translation’, the Park Hyatt Tokyo is just as sumptuous in real life as it looks on-screen.

The Park Hyatt Tokyo has been raising the bar for luxury hotels in the Japanese capital ever since its opening in 1994, continually reasserting itself as a pioneering five-star resort that’s rather hard to beat. It’s not just beloved by fans of ‘Lost in Translation’, but also by discerning travellers with the highest of standards, perhaps due to its polished service, sleek bars and restaurants, and incredible spa; to name just a few.

About Park Hyatt Tokyo

Superbly placed amidst the addictive action of Shinjuku, the most recognisable of Tokyo’s districts, the Park Hyatt teeters at the top of a 52-floor skyscraper, a position that bestows it with some rather remarkable views of the city (and on a clear day, Mount Fuji). The Shinjuku station is a mere 12-minute walk – or complimentary shuttle ride – away from the hotel, so exploring Tokyo and beyond is very easy indeed. That said, you may not want to step out of the Park Hyatt Tokyo, with floor after floor of sophisticated distractions that comprise eight eateries and bars, including none other than the New York Bar, in which you can linger over a Hibiki whisky while listening to piano jazz, much like Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson did in the movie! It would be sacrilege to leave without enjoying a stint in the Club on the Park spa, an awe-inspiring space with a 20m lap pool, whirlpool tubs, saunas and vast aerobics studio, whose huge windows look out over the glittering city. Wherever you are in the Park Hyatt Tokyo, these twinkling lights are endlessly captivating to behold.

Services and Facilities

  • Large indoor heated swimming pool
  • Gym, onsite personal trainer, aerobics studio and yoga classes
  • Irresistible Club on the Park Spa and Wellness Centre featuring a steam room, marble-lined hot tub, holistic massage therapies and foot baths, body wrap and scrubs, beauty therapies and more
  • On-site hair salon
  • Babysitting and childcare services
  • Library
  • Wi-Fi and computer station
  • On-site parking
  • Airport transfers and limo service
  • On-site mini market and gift shop
  • Laundry and dry cleaning services


    With numerous onsite bars and restaurants, a delicatessen, pastry boutique and in-room dining options, you will be spoilt for choice during your stay at the Park Hyatt! From a self-styled New York grill to fine Japanese dining, a Mediterranean restaurant, skylight lounge and much more besides, this is a hotel with an overwhelmingly tempting range of versatile eateries and atmospheric spots to while away the late hours, particularly if gazing out across the Tokyo cityscape while you do.
  • About Park Hyatt Tokyo
    Exterior Day
    Park Hyatt Hotel Tokyo City Room View
    The Peak Lounge Day
    Park Hyatt Hotel Tokyo Restaurant
    Indoor Swimming Pool

    Room Types

  • Queen or twin beds
  • Air conditioning
  • Wi-Fi
  • Shower and/or deep soak bathtub
  • Separate lounge area (certain room categories only)
  • Satellite TV, CD and DVD player
  • Hairdryer
  • Yukata (traditional dressing gown) and slippers
  • Mini bar
  • Safety deposit box
  • Central heating
  • Tea and coffee making facilities
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