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.
Large indoor heated swimming pool
Gym, onsite personal trainer, aerobics studio and yoga classes
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