Spent a night here on a stopover as I continued my journey to Tokyo. The Grand Hyatt was recently renovated and the common space, restaurants, and rooms are all spacious, high quality, all befitting of contemporary 5 star luxury. And for a very reasonable price, I paid 1/3 per night what am I now paying in Tokyo for a comparable room. The concierge was also very helpful in arranging car service at a reasonable price in a nice luxury sedan that had free wifi.
The one drawback I suppose of the affordability is the place is always properly packed and the lobby is teeming with people which gave it a not very peaceful feel. Furthermore, even though I was on the club level at the very end of the hall I still heard a lot of rowdy people walking around and talking in the hallways. Worst of all, a pair of drunken idiots started banging on my door and ringing my doorbell at 3am thinking it was their friends room. When I told them they had the wrong room they insisted I was lying. I finally managed to convince the morons though. Absolute disaster, especially considering I was jet lagged and waking up at 530. I doubt I would've had the same experience at the park Hyatt for instance which is why I give the grand Hyatt a rating of 4.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking