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You’ll find Hyatt Regency Tokyo in the heart of bustling Shinjuku, the city’s largest and liveliest neighbourhood. The hotel is just steps from Tochomae underground station, and you can also catch a free shuttle bus to nearby Shinjuku Station, so it’s easy to explore from here. Shop at nearby Odakyu department store and get your haul delivered back to your room for free. And soak up Tokyo’s atmosphere as you weave along the bustling streets or stroll through Shinjuku Central Park.
When you want to take some time out from the city’s busy streets and bright lights, Hyatt Regency Tokyo is a quiet place to rest in between exploring. Visit the pool at the top of the hotel, where you can stretch out or get in some laps beneath the skylight roof. Or, keep up with your fitness routine in the gym, which looks out across Shinjuku’s glittering skyline. If that sounds too strenuous, head to the spa for an invigorating Vichy shower, designed to jet away any tension, or unwind with a traditional massage.
Pick your way through pastries, share sushi rolls with your family, or dine on Wagyu and Kobe beef at the Hyatt Regency Tokyo. If you want to share an intimate dinner in privacy, many of the hotel’s eateries can be booked out for private sittings. So, if you’re celebrating an anniversary, special birthday or perhaps an upcoming engagement, you can enjoy your meal away everyone else.
Eat your way across Beijing and Shanghai at this Chinese eatery, which serves a contemporary take on Imperial Court recipes. If you’re celebrating, why not book one of its seven private dining rooms?
Let Wagyu beef melt in your mouth, share platters of sushi, or set yourself up for a day of exploring with traditional Japanese breakfast at this buffet and à la carte eatery.
Watch Kobe and Wagyu beef sizzle before your eyes at the teppanyaki table, or enjoy seafood and fresh vegetable dishes created by the skilled chefs.
Every visit to this sushi bar feels intimate, as it seats just 14 diners at a time. Its menu of sushi is made with seasonal seafood and there’s an extensive range of rolls to try.
Visit Caffé for tasty Italian dishes and local treats made in the Teppan Grill show kitchen. You can look out across the manicured gardens all the way to Shinjuku Central Park.
In the mood for a classy dinner? Head to Vicky’s, Hyatt Regency Tokyo’s brasserie, where local dishes with a French twist are the order of the day.
Grab a coffee or tea with friends or sip local beers in this lounge space. If you get hungry, there’s a menu of tasty snacks, too.
Taste premium whiskeys and other spirits at this atmospheric bar in the heart of the hotel. Sweet cocktails and mocktails are also on offer.
Nibble pastries, cakes and breads any time of day here. If you’re in the mood for something lighter, you’ll also find seasonal fruit platters.
Whether you fancy an early morning feast, or you need an evening snack, you can order tasty treats to your room between 6am and 11pm at Hyatt Regency Tokyo.
Hyatt Regency Tokyo has 77 suites and 746 rooms to choose from. And there are a range of different options to suit you, whether you’re honeymooning in Tokyo, visiting for a family city break, or exploring with friends. Each room is bright and inviting, providing the rare luxury of space in the heart of Japan’s hectic capital.
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