Welcome to our weekly video review on hotel suites and rooms around the world! This week’s edition features the Park Suite, a 100 sq.m./1,076 sq.ft. 1-bedroom suite at the Park Hyatt Tokyo.
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The Park Hyatt Tokyo was the first western luxury hotel to open in Japan in 1994. Its iconic interiors, signed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Kenzo Tange and interior designer John Morford, were widely featured on Sofia Coppola’s Lost in Translation. The hotel occupies floors 39 to 52 of Shinjuku Park Tower, the 2nd tallest building in Shinjuku district.
Panoramic views of the city skyline, and the Kanto Plains welcome you to an elegant 100m2 suite featuring a spacious bedroom, living room and bathroom. The circular design combines timeless elegance with high functionally in a contemporary setting with sleek amenities. The suite offers living, dressing and work areas, oversized marble bathroom with deep soaking tub and one king bed with Egyptian cotton linens
This is a standard suite, see World of Hyatt program terms for upgrade eligibility.
This property is just timeless design. A a cocktail at their New York Grill 52nd floor bar overlooking Shinjuku skyline is a must for any Lost in Translation fan! This Park Suite is spacious and elegant, and a nice globalist upgrade if you score it! This property is a Cat.7 on World of Hyatt, meaning 30,000 points/night for a standard room or 48,000 for a Park Suite.