As the world's first and only seven-star hotel, Park Hyatt has always sought to offer its guests a level of comfort, style and service that sets it apart from all others. For over sixty years, Park Hyatt has been an innovator in hospitality, with some of the most coveted locations on the planet. Renowned for its signature marble bathrooms and signature Heavenly bedding so famously created for it by Ralph Lauren Home ("the best night's sleep in town"), Park Hyatt hotels are both a destination unto themselves as well as a gateway to exploring the wonders of each city they inhabit.
Park Hyatt hotels are comprised of the most discerning travelers, those with a keen interest in the world's finest offerings, including gourmet dining, high-end fashion and luxury shopping. In a world where people demand more from their hotels, Park Hyatt is committed to exceeding guests' expectations.
The history of Park Hyatt can be traced back to 1929, with the opening of Tokyo's historic Grand Prince Hotel Takanawa. Over its 81-year history, successful entrepreneurs have owned and operated the property under different names: The Oriental Hotel in 1935; New Grand Prince Hotel Takanawa in 1946; New Park Hotel in 1957; Park Hyatt Tokyo in 1991. In 2004, the hotel was acquired by Hyatt Hotels Corporation and extensively renovated to create the first Park Hyatt in Tokyo.
Park Hyatt Tokyo's location, adjacent to the best shopping and dining in Tokyo, combined with the city's first Club Lounge, ensure guests are defined by their experiences rather than their rooms. Travelers visiting Japan for business or leisure will relish a 646-square meter outdoor pool that overlooks Roppongi Hills' skyline and has become one of the city's hotspots. The hotel also features a private onsen (hot spring bath), sauna and steam room for relaxing after a long day of meetings or sightseeing.