"Pro - location is close to shinjuku station which is a major..."
August 16, 2016
560 meters to public transportation
Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
|Value for money||8.1|
|Distance to city center||0.5 Km|
|Nearest airport||Haneda Airport (HND)|
|Distance to airport||17.1 km|
"We always stay here when we are in Tokyo."
February 22, 2017
"Amazing view from the bar, and great services."
April 5, 2017
"Would definite stay in this hotel again."
November 26, 2016
"The exclusivity, the attentiveness, the onsite facilities, a..."
February 21, 2018
Whether you're a tourist or traveling on business, Park Hyatt Tokyo is a great choice for accommodation when visiting Tokyo. Only 0.5 Km from the city center, the hotel's strategic location ensures that guests can quickly and easily reach many local points of interest. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations.
Offering hotel guests superior services and a broad range of amenities, Park Hyatt Tokyo is committed to ensuring that your stay is as comfortable as possible. To name a few of the hotel's facilities, there are 24-hour room service, free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour front desk, facilities for disabled guests, luggage storage.
The ambiance of Park Hyatt Tokyo is reflected in every guestroom. television LCD/plasma screen, mirror, slippers, towels, closet are just some of the facilities that can be found throughout the property. Whether you're a fitness enthusiast or are just looking for a way to unwind after a hard day, you will be entertained by top-class recreational facilities such as hot tub, fitness center, sauna, indoor pool, spa. Enjoy unparalleled services and a truly prestigious address at the Park Hyatt Tokyo.
"You can say little expensive but realy good hotel nice viwe..."
February 25, 2017
Children and extra beds
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.
Minimum age of guests is: 0 year(s).
|Guest's age||Extra bed|
Infant 0-5 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding.
Baby cot/crib may be requested directly from the property.
Children 6-11 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding.
If you need an extra bed, it will incur an additional charge.
Guests 12 years and older are considered as adults
Must use an extra bed which will incur an additional charge.
Park Hyatt Tokyo
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Great hotel, good food, great staff..
Excellent on every score”
Perfect and helpful in every way: spoke English, coordinated taxis (the drivers don’t typically speak English), moved luggage to/fr room quickly and efficiently, provided little things that simply helped make the stay easier (daily ice in the room, the iPad/phone charger that eliminated the angst that I brought the wrong adapter), provided superlative rooms with all the amenities (from the toilets to the bed linens), maintained restaurants that catered to both western and Japanese dining staffed by meticulous people, superb, behind-the-scenes housekeeping, and of course, superlative concierge service. It wasn’t cheap, but you can safely drop yourself in their hands and enjoy yourself
I have to say this hotel is worth the money. The exclusivity, the attentiveness, the onsite facilities, are all rare in many top hotels. However, the staff make it really easy for guests without intimating you. That's really nice soft skills. I haven't thought about staying here, even I travel to Tokyo at least once every year. Now I will start coming back.
2 day stay with 20 month old child”
We were a little worried about staying there with our 20 month old daughter. Those worries were completely unfounded. Upon arrival and without us asking, they arrived at the room with a full care package for our daughter including bath toys, toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoos and a diaper disposal container. Everything single thing about this hotel exceeds expectations, just incredible.
The view from our room is wow, we chose the MT Fuji view, able to glimpse it for a awhile as it was cloudy that day. The room is big and I love the bathtub.The room we got is very spacious. The staff can speak good English and very friendly. I will definitely stay here again, Maybe "ill try the Yoyogi park side as I saw from the restaurant it has very nice view of Tokyo city as well.
Great atmosphere, but needs overhaul”
Liked the hotel in principle due to its unusual layout and its subtle luxury, especially the pool and the views, of course. However, it is very much 1990s in style and in dire need of an overhaul and renovation. Had great expectations of the famous New York Bar on top but found it touristy yet terribly overpriced, with long waiting times for drinks and the waiter trying to charge a cover fee despite we were hotel guests. The jazz band wasn't so good either, at least for my taste. All in all good for a one-time stay just for the experience.
Perfect Hotel in Tokyo”
It was such a great experience staying at the hotel. We really love the view, the ambiance, the room and the bathtub were very beautiful, the hotel is quite private and the staffs are very friendly and helpful at the same time. Definitely will be going back there when we visit Tokyo in the future.
Amazing Service, Very Comfortable”
as soon as we arrived we knew we had made the right decision about the park hyatt. we had just traveled from the north of japan where we were snowboarding and prior to that 3 days in tokyo at another hotel on tokyo station. both the park hyatt and the other hotel are 5 star but the ph is in a class all of its own. and slightly more affordable. the lobby on level 41 features a very nice garden cafe and bar flowing into an open restaurant and through a library into the check in area. it's spacious and comfortable. all the staff have local knowledge about transport, shopping, tours etc and are never to busy to help. we had a standard basic king room with plenty of room and a large bathroom. there is enough closet space to put bags and clothing away leaving a room with a desk, beautiful, comfortable bed and sofa. the bar has plenty of drink and snacks stock with complimentary drip filter coffee. the breakfast is excellent. lots of healthy fruits and muesli which we like and plenty of pastries and other dishes. i loved the gym and pool area. you have to see it to understand how amazing the floor to ceiling glass opening up a great view while you train. this is an expensive hotel but unlike the other at tokyo station, the park hyatt represents great value.
Fantastic hotel with amazing view”
We had a great stay here. Room was fantastic and great for our kids (4 and 7). There are restaurants under the hotel in the shopping centre if you dont want to pay 5 star hotel prices. Its a little away from most things, although there is a free shuttle to the train station. Japan may not be the best place to take small children, and the highlight for our kids was probably the big play area in the public park opposite the hotel
Fantastic hotel ”
This was one of the best hotels we ever stayed in. The staff were helpful, nothing was a problem. The room was immaculate, we had a beautiful view onto a park. It is close to the Shinjuku station and shopping district.
World Class Hotel !”
Me and my wife really like everything about this hotel. Especially the room, it was a big one, even the toilet was big. Love the Mount Fuji view from our room, it was simple breathtaking view. The service was great also. It was such a wonderful experience to be in the hotel, if we have a chance to come back to Tokyo again, we have no doubt we will stay in this hotel again. It is a world class hotel, trully remarkable !
Good nice location”
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As we booked, I didn't pay attention and the breakfast was not included. Overpriced : 40 Euros ! The worst was when we went to the sauna as we were charged 32 euros per person.. The service in the room was at the minimum. Extremely disappointing for the price. We will not come back.
A western hotel with Japanese omotenashi”
The service is impeccable, all the staff are very well trained, the food is excellent, the rooms, although beginning to date, are spacious and comfortable, and the nighttime views are to die for. Because it’s a western hotel there’s a bar and plenty of life but no onsen.
Excellent service, beautiful views”
Would return to this hotel over and over. Not very close to the train station which is annoying, but once you get there, you don't want to leave. Beautiful room, restaurant and the most attentive staff. Was only a little strange upon first arrival (we walked up) and they probably thought we weren't staying there, so no bellman or concierge right away. You check in on the 2nd floor, so have to drag all your luggage through the lobby and up to the 2nd floor. Would have liked a little more assistance upon first entering. Went back for the New Year's party which was the best I've ever been to.
I came in on a slightly rainy night and as I came in trudging (by time i made it through customs and the N'EX got me to Shinjuku it was after 9pm, and I chose to just walk) up the driveway, the staff ran down to meet me and take my luggage and led me to the lobby. That's where the attention to detail starts. Whenever you leave the hotel, there is staff telling you to have a nice day, when you return they're there to greet you and welcome you back. If you have questions about where something is, they'll get you going to where you need to go (even if it's the nearest combini at 3am). It's not too far from the Shinjuku station, (it's definitely walkable, but make sure you exit to the right and not the left) but they have a shuttle that will pick you up and drop you off across the street from the station. Will definitely stay again next time I'm in Tokyo
Very professional from every detail”
Beautiful hotel from every point of view, I have got noting to complian but total satisfaction. Lounge restrunt menu could be better, I mean travellers these days are pretty much sick form Australian beef and salmon to Italian pastas. We need new ideas.
Amazing service ”
Everything about our stay was amazing. Staff were polite and attentive, nothing was too much trouble. We were given unexpected gifts as it was our honeymoon which were greatly appreciated. Can't wait to return!
Best hotel we've ever stayed in”
Arrived tired after a long trip from Kyoto for the last 2 nights of our honeymoon. Front of house staff were aware of this and congratulated us as we were helped to our room and shown around. It's this level of attention that's the norm there. Room - large, stylish, massive comfy bed, nespresso coffee (we had missed our coffee so much!), big bathroom with large tub and separate shower, dressing room and all this with an incredible view over Tokyo. Pool/gym - complimentary unlike so many others in Japan. 2 gym rooms with amazing views out over the city. Pool warm enough for kids to bob about in but not too warm if you train properly. Split into 2 lanes for lane swimming and 2 lanes for whatever. Never busy. Bar - on the top floor. Amazing views at night. Extensive cocktails working out at around £11 each. No cover charge and live jazz every night. Great end to an evening. Restaurants - we only ate at the Japanese restaurant. Again view amazing. Food was presented immaculately, very tasty. Portions slightly larger then we were used to from traditions Japanese places but this is probably as they cater for plenty of westerners. Slightly more expensive then eating out but we were happy with the price. Probably the third best meal we ate in 3 weeks and we are food people (went to Japan for the food and weren't disappointed). Concierge - had dealings with multiple incredibly polite staff who all spoke excellent English. They helped us booking restaurants and the recommendations turned out to be excellent. Very knowledgable about Tokyo. Overall - best place we've ever stayed. Went the extra mile to make our honeymoon perfect. We will be back
Lovely Hotel, Poorly Located”
It is a wonderful hotel, but it is best suited to people with money to blow. For example, the hotel is a good 10-15 minute walk to the nearest station - you'd be better off taking a taxi; however, cabs in Tokyo are notoriously expensive and the drivers aren't familiar with most locations/addresses. If money is no object, this is no problem. If you're on a budget, be prepared to do a lot of walking. The hotel does have a free shuttle service to/from Shinjuku station, but you do need to reserve your place on it. Getting into the hotel is a bit of a mystery for first-timers - we entered the building from the wrong side and wandered for a bit before finding reception on the 41st floor. This isn't a major issue, it is just contributes to the perception that the Park Hyatt is intended for the wealthy. The staff really are wonderful though - extremely helpful and polite. The rooms are luxurious too - the hotel has earned the reputation of being the best hotel in Tokyo although others are better located, better priced, if not as exclusive.