If you’re thinking that the Tokyo Park Hyatt looks a little familiar, you might have seen it in the Bill Murray movie Lost in Translation. Situated in the upscale Shinjuku neighbourhood, this is one of the top hotels in the Japanese capital. Occupying the top 14 floors of a 52-storey tower, that lofty height brings its rewards. On a clear day, views of distant Mount Fuji delight guests, while even when the visibility is less, the Tokyo cityscape is an able stand-in. The hotel provides everything you’d expect of Hyatt’s signature chain: impeccable service, high end furnishings and plenty of facilities. Don’t miss dinner or late-night drinks at the 52nd floor New York Grill, featured in the film; the view from its floor-to-ceiling windows is second to none.
The property’s architect, Dr Kenzo Tange, worked with interior designer John Morford to craft a residence rather than a hotel. The result is a luxurious home away from home, with borrowable books on the shelves and original artwork on the walls.
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