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Park Hyatt Tokyo

An address for pleasure as well as business, Park Hyatt Tokyo is the epitome of understated luxury. The hotel occupies the top 14 floors of the bold Shinjuku Park Tower in Shinjuku, a major business and entertainment district in Tokyo. Limited to a total of 177 guestrooms, Park Hyatt Tokyo boasts some of the most spacious rooms in the city. This private sanctuary is distinguished by its modern interior design, private art collection, acclaimed restaurants and Club On The Park, while offering breathtaking panoramic views of Tokyo, the Kanto Plains, and Mount Fuji.


Thursday, February 4(Day 3) JST 16:35 - / ICT 14:35 - / SGT 15:35 - / MST 15:35 -


3-7-1-2, Nishishinjuku, Tokyo 163-1055
Phone number
+81 3-5322-1234
Sales & Marketing / International Sales Coordinator
Krit Kranratanasuit


Rising in a succession of summits on the 41st, 47th, and 52nd floors, the three-tower configuration with glass pyramidal peaks of Shinjuku Park Tower is easily recognizable from practically every part of the metropolis. Each of the three connecting towers' atrium houses a special feature of this exclusive retreat: The Peak Lounge & Bar occupy the first pyramid, Club On The Park the second, and the acclaimed New York Grill & Bar the third.
A sky lit bamboo garden-in-the-sky, creating a mood of tranquilty both night and day, is the centerpiece of The Peak Lounge on the 41st floor. Washed with natural light and offering spectacular views of Tokyo, the garden setting is perfect for enjoying luscious desserts, fresh home-made cakes, authentic English afternoon tea, light cuisine, and cocktails.
Each premium suite offers unparalleled comfort in that only our private urban luxury residence can provide. Spacious and serene, each offering walk-in closets and upgraded amenities. Distinguished in their modern interior design by Mr. John Morford, each one comes standard with a grand piano, original artwork, and carefully selected furniture. Marble and granite bathrooms boast double vanity sinks, a deep-soaking tub, a separate shower, and botanical-based AESOP body and hair care products.
Club On The Park, located on the hotel’s 45th and 47th floors, dedicates over 2,100 square meters to Aesthetics, Escape and Fitness. Natural sunlight streams through the glass of the pyramidal roof as floor-to-ceiling glass walls reveal stunning views of Tokyo from almost any angle. Work out in the early morning or during the twilight when the city’s lights compete with sunlight on the neighboring glass towers and other buildings below. Gaze up to the heavens through the glass roof while taking a dip in the 20-meter pool.
Dramatically crowning the 52nd floor, New York Bar is Tokyo’s most spectacular venue for live music. Guests can relax with an after-dinner drink to the sounds of a live jazz band while taking in the glistening views of Tokyo at night. Made famous through Sofia Coppola’s 2003 film Lost In Translation, guests often like to re-enact the iconic bar scene featuring Scarlett Johansson and Bill Murray.


  • Suite Rooms Website
    A homepage dedicated to showcasing the suite rooms including our lavish premium suites
  • Restaurants Website
    Updated menus and seasonal offerings at our acclaimed restaurants can always be found on this webpage
  • Special Events Factsheet
    A factsheet detailing the floor plan, dimensions and room capacities of our function rooms in the sky, perfect for hosting that special event
  • Shinjuku Area Guide
    An originally crafted guide for guests to take with them on their adventure to explore the nearby surrounding areas
  • Kids at The Park
    A carefully selected list of amenities and recommended attractions hand-picked by our Concierge team for our little friends
  • Hotel Guidelines (COVID-19)
    Information of safety measures for the prevention of novel coronavirus infections
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