I recently traveled to Tokyo for a week in the Japan office of our company. Although I debated staying somewhere else where I would need to commute to get in, I decided to just stay at the Grand Hyatt as it's right next to (adjoining) the Roppongi Hills Tower complex where the office is at. The room was a normal size for any large Asian city, small by US standards of course. The facilities and service were outstanding. I had the opportunity to use the spa and pool every morning. It's run extremely well as you'd expect. If you have the chance, go in the morning and have a swim and then enjoy the spa area. It's extremely relaxing and helps with any travel fatigue.
I stayed for over a week, that and my Hyatt passport membership got me invited (I believe) to a cocktail hour hosted by the hotel GM. It was a nice enough affair, and I had the opportunity to meet people that I frankly would've not met if left to my own devices. Mostly western foreigners, but most with interesting stories and experiences.
There are many good food options in and next to the hotel. If you like Chinese food, there's an excellent restaurant called Hong Kong Sago in the Ropponghi Hills complex. The hot and sour noodle soup is a must try.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- An award-winning luxury hotel centrally located in Roppongi Hills, a multi-use complex housing 200 shops and restaurants, a cinema, an art museum and an observatory overlooking the city skyline. Roppongi Station is just a three minute walk away and the hotel is a 40 minute limousine bus ride away from Haneda Aiport and a 90 minute ride away from Narita Airport (charges apply). Grand Hyatt Tokyo offers ten restaurants and bars widely acclaimed for their authentic gastronomy that feature an incredible variety of international cuisine including French, Italian, American, Chinese, and Japanese sushi, teppanyaki and seasonal kaiseki fare. Enjoy al fresco dining at one of the open-air terraces or listen to live music in the chic jazz lounge Maduro. The stylish and modern rooms incorporate warm wood furnishings and Japanese aesthetics into the design and feature a spacious bathroom with an invigorating rain shower and a deep soaking limestone bathtub that allows guests to relax after a long day. In addition, the room is equipped with a flat-screen TV, a DVD player, a safety deposit box, a laptop charger, a minibar and Japanese yukata robes and complimentary mineral water is provided. Book a room with club-access for additional benefits in our Grand Club lounge such as complimentary breakfast and evening cocktails. Complimentary Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel and guests also have access to the business center on site. Guests can find inner harmony with rejuvenating spa treatments and massages that incorporate Japanese healing traditions at the Nagomi Spa and Fitness Center or relax by the red granite indoor swimming pool. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Grand Hyatt Tokyo Hotel Minato
- Grand Hyatt Minato
- Grand Hyatt Hotel Tokyo
- Hyatt Tokyo
- Minato Hyatt
- Grand Hyatt Tokyo Japan