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The clean design scheme features muted hues of deep green marble, brown and gray granite, and plenty of windows and mirrors. Full review →
Elegant and dramatically designed contemporary hotel occupying the top 14 floors of Shinjuku Park Tower in the West Shinjuku business and shopping district. Full review →
Lose yourself in the dizzyingly hypnotic luxury of this Shinjuku lodge, star of Sofia Coppola's iconic film, Lost in Translation.
A small hotel by Tokyo standards—only 177 rooms—the Park Hyatt fairly drips with luxury.
A swimming pool, a bamboo garden, and a restaurant occupy the three pyramidal atriums that crown the towers of this Shinjuku property. Full review →
Celebrated in the movie Lost in Translation, the hotel is probably Tokyo’s most beloved—in Americans’ imaginations, at least. Full review →
Remember the grandstand views Scarlett Johansson looked out on from her room at this hotel in the movie Lost in Translation?
Sofia Coppola's classic film Lost in Translation was a love letter to this hotel... you may feel smitten as well. Full review →
Park Hyatt Tokyo, made famous in Sophia Coppola’s hit indie flick Lost in Translation, has been a luxurious mainstay for international travelers for more than 20 years. Full review →
Among the most gorgeous and sophisticated hotels in Japan, a perfect reflection of high-tech, avant-garde Tokyo in the 21st century. If you can afford it, stay here. Full review →Be sure to book early, therefore, for the 52nd-floor New York Grill, one of Tokyo's best restaurants, offering a spectacular setting.
The service here is gracious and above all accommodating; perks for guests include complimentary mobile phone rentals. Full review →
All the guest rooms are decorated in tones of beige and green, with comfort taking priority over extravagance. Full review →
The Park Hyatt remains the pick of Nishi-Shinjuku's luxury hotels.
This is the kind of hotel that gives bragging rights to the international business travelers who know enough to stay here Full review →
It offers flawless service, views of Mount Fuji and one of the most atmospheric cocktail bars in the world. Full review →
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. Full review →
Other luxe hotels have since opened and some celebrities have moved on, but the 177-room Park Hyatt Tokyo continues to offer some of the best amenities of any property in the capital. Full review →If the skies are clear, have lunch on the 40th floor in Kozue and gaze upon Mount Fuji as you nibble away on your bento box.
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