If you’re looking for a luxury hotel in Nishishinjuku, look no further than Park Hyatt Tokyo.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and a minibar, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a concierge and room service while staying at Shinjuku Hyatt. In addition, Hyatt Tokyo offers a pool and breakfast, which will help make your Nishishinjuku trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is parking available to guests.
While in Nishishinjuku be sure to experience local okonomiyaki & takoyaki favorites at Hiroshimaokonomiyaki Buchiumaya or Kobe Rokko-Michi Gyunta Shinjuku Lumine 1.
Nishishinjuku is also home to Statue Tamachan, a popular that is not too far from Park Hyatt Tokyo.
The staff at Park Hyatt Tokyo looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Short staycation to celebrate a milestone birthday. Wonderful service and attention to detail. All requested arrangements exceeded expectations and the birthday girl was delighted. Small touches made all the difference, like storing the left-over birthday cake in the refrigerator overnight and putting chiller materials into the packing for transport the next day. Highly recommend this location for a special occasion.
Nothing Lost in Translation! I always wanted to stay at this hotel because of the movie “Lost in Translation” so I knew what I was getting into. Upon arrival, bell assisted me with my luggages and directed me to Front Desk, smooth check-in process and then they will escort you to your room. Hotel facilities are very well maintained. Really enjoyed the welcome amenity; Japanese candies and some bakeries sent up to my room. (Elite Perks) New York Bar have great food & drinks and music. Loved the coffee sent up to my room in the morning. Shuttle service to Subway station’s very handy. Staffs’ all professional, friendly and very helpful. Had a late flight back to Los Angeles, so I explored the city after my late check out and came back to the hotel- had to enjoy the pool and the view again then showered before I left to go to the airport. All in all, they live up to the hype and I would stay here again in a heartbeat. ❤️ どうもありがとうございました…
It would be an understatement and a disservice to the Park Hyatt to say that it lived up to expectation, I simply couldn’t have expected the evening I had, it was perfect. I didn’t have a reservation at the New York bar, but this didn’t matter even though it was a busy Friday night. We were shown to a great table near the band with a great view of night time Tokyo, the service from there on was impeccable, right up until closing time. The cocktails were sublime and the atmosphere was such that we didn’t want to leave, add to this that I chose this bar and evening to propose to my fiancé and I have to say it was one of the best nights of my life. I can’t wait to return.
Heard somewhere or read it - no recall now of where/which - that their Roof Top bar afforded a super view of the City, and as a sundowner location on a clear evening, it was hard to beat, so we went. An Ouch at the prices of a G&T, was somewhat assuaged when our charming Waitress then explained that there was an alternative plan - Unlimited Free Drinks and Unlimited Appetisers' for $100 a head, but only up till 8.00 pm. It was then 6.00, so no rush. I should also add that they were 'Free Pouring' so no silly little measures. If I point-out that we were very likely to have 2 x G&Ts @ $20 each anyway ($80 already), we put our thinking hats on. Believe me - it did not take long nor require a calculator We made the right decision - Food was fabulous, a constant stream of new, different, delicious, piping hot, buffet or waitress served, and the drinks just flowed. Superb setting & probably the nicest, most charming and attentive (yet not obsequious) Service in the whole of Japan, and that is quite a high bar. Thank you. You helped make this a wonderful evening, young lady. WE left replete in more ways than one and had eaten the best Supper for many days, to boot.…
Stayed at the Park Hyatt in Tokyo for my 40th Birthday and had an amazing time. I always wanted to stay at this hotel because of the movie Lost in Translation so I knew what I was getting into. I appreciate the eccentric nature of the hotel not having a traditional lobby. The views from the atrium where you can have to tea, to the views from the rooms, the views from the pool, the views from Bar New York are unprecedented. Sitting in Bar New York where both Bill Murray and Anthony Bourdain once sat at separate times was a dream come true. The traditional Japanese Old Fashioned with a lychee, splendid. If you’re jet lagged or just feel like swimming, the rooftop pool is one of a kind. Just make sure you adhere to Japanese culture. It’s very specific but once you get the hang of it, Tokyo is your oyster. I contacted the hotel concierge informing them of my trip ahead of time and they were wonderful in helping me plan everything from airport pick up to restaurant reservations. Sure the prices are high but it’s a five star hotel in the middle of Tokyo. You get what you pay for. The hotel is also in a great location. Not right in the middle of the hustle and bustle of Shinjuku station and Golden Gai, but close enough you can walk or take short train ride.…