Park Hyatt Tokyo
Most commonly know as That-Hotel-From-Lost-In-Translation, the Park Hyatt is the venue of choice among fun-loving city visitors. Perfectly positioned for the nocturnally inclined in the neon-lit playground Shinjuku, the hotel is as sleek and stylish as Scarlett Johansson’s performance.
Housed in the top 14 floors of the gargantuan 52-storey Tange Kenzo designed Shinjuku Park Tower, it is an exercise in discrete urban design. The 154 beige-tone guest rooms are as spacious as they are chic. Those keen on views of Mount Fuji hovering behind the urban sprawl of Tokyo on a clear day should check into the Park View rooms.
With its walls of windows, sultry dim lighting and live late night jazz, the New York Grill provides an atmospheric setting for the consumption of delicious beef and a nightcap or two.