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Park Hyatt Tokyo
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Reviewed 23 April 2012

I stayed in this iconic property for 3 nights in late March 2012. I found everything I expected in terms of style, efficiency, courtesy. It is difficult to describe the feeling that everybody has while staying at this property, and I think I should simply say that the Sum is even better than the Parts.
Don't get me wrong: everything is perfect, pristine, immaculate. But if you look at room decor per se, for instance, you may not be blown away. The "Extra factor" is in the details here. And in the energy of the hotel: what you feel walking from the lobby, through the beautiful dining room, toward your check in, and then up to your room. Is that a Fellini sketch on the wall? Little surprises, that make the whole difference.

  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Matt975
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Reviewed 22 April 2012

This is a serious, first-class hotel about 10 minutes from the Shinjuku station, which is one of the major metro stops, including the JR line's Narita Express. Rooms are beautiful, views are spectacular. Staff is extraordinary, particularly the concierge team, and specifically Belinda, who was extremely helpful in making plans that included dining, transportation and even a baseball game. Buffet breakfast is terrific, overlooking the bustling city. The famed New York Grill on the top floor provides panoramic views of Tokyo at night, perfect cocktails, and live music. The gym is well-equipped and also looks out over the city below.
All-in-all, a sensational experience, well worth the expense if one has the budget for it.

  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled on business
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1  Thank Aroundtheworldeater
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Reviewed 21 April 2012

Although the Tokyo Park Hyatt is expensive, it's a delightful place to stay--right in the heart of Shinjuku, with a great collection of restaurants and those personal touches that only Park Hyatt provides.

Sleep like a king--and enjoy the view!

  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 21 April 2012

First time for me to stay in hotel like this in Tokyo (usually stay with friends) and it more than lives up to the Park Hyatt standard. More of a leisure hotel than a business hotel, it's modern and super comfortable. It's about a 10min walk west of Shinjuku, which isn't bad at all, at it's right at the northern tip of Yoyogi-koen, so a walk through their down to Harajuku & Yoyogi-Uehara isn't more than 30 mins.

Definitely worth a visit if you want to lush it up in Tokyo-land.

  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled on business
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2  Thank Nick C
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Reviewed 19 April 2012

I first saw this hotel in the movie "Lost in Translation". Then, when checking out the various options for a 2 night stay in Tokyo, came across it again and read the very good reviews here on Tripadvisor.
This hotel is very pricey but worth the money, if only for one night.
We staying in the least expensive room, which was lovely and had enough room for two.
The hotel is a bit confusing when you check in. Note that taxis arrive at the "front entrance" on the second floor. You are met at the door and escorted to a bank of elevators. Take the elevator to the 41st floor and turn right twice upon getting out. There is a winding corridor, past a restaurant (where they serve a decent but expensive breakfast) to where you actually check in. There is no check-in desk, just a series of desks and chairs, where you will receive personal, discrete and quiet service. You are escorted to your room by the clerk who has checked you in and shown the amenities of your room.
All the rooms are higher than the 41st floor so the views are superb. The beds are quite comfortable, the desk fully stocked, a complete bar and a huge bathroom with every amenity you could think of. The bath salts for the deep soaker tub were a welcome treat.
The pool is on a rooftop and well worth a visit. They will supply you with slippers, a bathing cap, bottles of water, a robe and goggles. The gym looks excellent. There is a spa too.
There are a few restaurants in the hotel itself. A Japanese restaurant (very expensive) where we split a tasting menu - not for the squeamish, and the American Grill and Bar, again on a roof. We went for a drink (cocktails about $23/glass) in the bar and very much enjoyed the view and service. The American Grill was superb. Everything we tried was unbelievably delicious. The price was very steep compared to a similar meal in the USA but then a lot of things in Japan (and especially in this hotel) are high. It was certainly worth having supper there once.
The location in Shinjuku is fine for business, perhaps less so for tourists, although the main (massive) Shinjuku train/subway station is about 6 blocks away. There is a lovely shrine and park within walking distance. The subway system is initially a bit confusing but by the end of the day you have the idea and can negotiate getting around the city pretty easily. All the subway stops are marked in English.
Overall, this was a lovely, albeit expensive, hotel, worth the high rating on Tripadvisor. If you are looking for somewhere to splurge in Tokyo, this is a good choice.

  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled on business
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3  Thank AmberK
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