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In the enormous, expat-focused Roppongi Hills development, this 390-room hotel with shops, restaurants, an art museum, and a multiscreen cinema has become a Tokyo attraction in itself.Ask for a room facing west for stunning views of Mt. Fuji.
"Beautiful and comfortable rooms" are contemporary in design, with high ceilings, light tones, and "wonderful toilets, and I'm not embarrassed to say that". Full review →
Luxurious rooms come with modern facilities. The blend of modern interior design and natural elements creates a tasteful ambience. Restaurants, a patisserie, and spa.
Japanese refinement and a contemporary design come together perfectly at the Grand Hyatt—a tasteful and well-appointed hotel in the middle of... one of Tokyo's top entertainment areas. Full review →
The sanctuary’s eight spa rooms and spacious hydrotherapy zone includes a sauna, steam room, hot bath and cold plunge pools. Full review →
This ambitious hotel wows with a wide range of recreational and dining facilities, as well as technically advanced rooms that older hotels can only dream about. Full review →
A contemporary Asian aesthetic creates a soul-soothing stay at this luxury hotel. Full review →
An oasis of calm and sophistication in bustling Roppongi Hills with 11 bars and eateries and a slick indoor pool. Full review →
Architecturally open and bright despite its somewhat labyrinthine layout, the Grand Hyatt is warmly and gorgeously chic. Full review →
A contemporary ambience is created with materials unique to Japan, such as the stone pool in the Nagomi Spa & Fitness club. Full review →
The hotel is convenient for business travelers and tourists alike. Seven different restaurants and three bars provide a wide range of dining and entertainment. Full review →
Glamour is the order of the day at the Grand Hyatt... Very chic.
This property counts on the many draws of Roppongi Hills to keep its rooms filled, but immediately gains a loyal following from all who stay here Full review →Odd-numbered rooms look toward Tokyo and Mori Towers while even-numbered rooms have views of Shinjuku, Shibuya and on clear days, Mount Fuji (best to request a higher floor facing west for that).
A luxurious, spacious and sophisticated inner-city hotel with a string of top restaurants in Tokyo’s cosmopolitan Roppongi district. Full review →
Though it shares a celebrity buzz with its sister hotel the Park Hyatt, the effortlessly sleek Grand is pleasingly low-key. Full review →
Grands for their Rebecca beige limestone soaking tubs and Dornbracht rain-showers. Full review →
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