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Off to Park Hyatt Tokyo : Tokyo, Japan


Rising serenely over the pulsating nightlife of Shinjuku, the epicenter of Tokyo, the Park Hyatt Tokyo’s seminal standing in the realm of travel and leisure remains untouched. 177 rooms, including 23 suites, sit 41 floors above ground offering sweeping views of the lifestyle of Tokyo’s 13 million inhabitants, as well as its most famous resident Mt. Fuji.

Additional services expected at a five star luxury property include spa, a pool, as well as flawless dining and cocktail service. The Park Hyatt Tokyo’s The New York Grill and The New York Bar provides a particularly acute sensory overload. Specifically, the stylish The New York Bar, which features a slew of Japanese whiskeys considered to be better than their Scottish creators, carefully crafts cocktails and whiskeys to seamlessly conjure comfort and relaxation while indulging in breathtaking views.


PHOTO: Dining Views at Park Hyatt Tokyo courtesy of Park Hyatt Tokyo

Once satiated and unpacked, step out into the brilliant world of Tokyo. The Shinjuku Station, connecting most all of the main lines, is a mere 10 minute walk but the hotel does offer you a shuttle. Explore the original Cherry Blossom trees or walk the steps of Bill Murray in his brilliant role in Lost In Translation, a movie which made the Park Hyatt Tokyo famous but a movie they never agreed to be featured in since they thought it would disturb their guests. An amazing sentiment for a hotel to care so much about the experience of their guests they would turn down a Coppola directed movie.

Truly, the Park Hyatt Tokyo meets every creature comfort even before it is requested with commanding detail, one I am sure to exploit to full measure during my trip to Tokyo later this year.


PHOTO: Pool at Park Hyatt Tokyo courtesy of Park Hyatt Tokyo


PHOTO: Library at Park Hyatt Tokyo courtesy of Park Hyatt Tokyo

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