Park Hyatt Tokyo



Recommended Major venue


Despite being Tokyo’s most decorated hotel, the Park Hyatt is perhaps now best known for its starring role in Sofia Coppola’s 2003 hit Lost in Translation. By Tokyo standards, it’s a small, intimate establishment, a feeling emphasised by the well-lit decor and artworks on display. The reception is on the glass-walled 41st floor, with stunning views over the whole of the city. Service is attentive but not overly fussy, and the immaculately equipped rooms are among the largest in any Tokyo hotel. The celebrated Club on The Park aesthetic and fitness centre includes a luxurious spa with Vichy shower.

Tokyo City Guide (Edition 5)


3-7-1-2 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku

Transport Shinjuku Station (Yamanote, Marunouchi lines), west exit; (Shinjuku line), exit 6 or Tochomae Station (Oedo line), exit A4. Free shuttle bus from in front of Shinjuku L Tower, Shinjuku Station, west exit

Telephone 03 5322 1234

Admission Rates ¥53,000-¥65,000 double/twin; ¥120,000-¥300,000 suite.


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