Hyatt Regency Tokyo
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
You’ll be centrally located in Tokyo with a stay at Hyatt Regency Tokyo, steps from Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building and close to Meiji Jingu Shrine. This 4.5-star hotel is within close proximity of Omoide Yokocho and Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall.
Make yourself at home in one of the 746 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and minibars. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and desks.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Relax at the full-service spa, where you can enjoy massages, body treatments, and facials. You’re sure to appreciate the recreational amenities, including a health club and an indoor pool. Additional amenities at this hotel include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and shopping on site.
Food & Drink
Enjoy a meal at one of the hotel’s dining establishments, which include 6 restaurants and a coffee shop/café. From your room, you can also access 24-hour room service. Relax with a refreshing drink at one of the 2 bars/lounges.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
How to Get There
I always stay at the Hyatt Regency when doing business in Tokyo. Makes doing business in a such a hectic city pretty peaceful. The west side Shinjuku makes commuting by train or taxi extremely simple.
Excellent service, great location. The staff was attention from the moment you enter the hotel from check in, to all the amenities and daily stay in your room till you check out. a very good experience all the way through
TOP class service at a hyatt hotel! :) much better than other hyatts or hotels in general.
Shuttle bus service was amazing! Rooms are huge and comfy
Cons that I can find is that there is no public bath or free breakfast!
I lived in Tokyo 5 years and have stayed in at least 30 different hotels in the Tokyo metro during the past 10 years when traveling on business or holiday so I feel I am coming from a pretty knowledgeable background.
The hotel itself is nice with large rooms by Tokyo standards and nice views / bathrooms. However it just isn't worth the price compared to what you can get for half that price at the top end business hotels in Japan.
Location: The east side of Shinjuku station is nothing but corporate offices. There is basically nothing nearby when it comes to F&B. You need to go at least 500m towards Shinjuku to start finding food and drink but you really need to go 900m to the other side of Shinjuku station where you have 1000's of options. The hotel is on top of Oedo-sen Tochomae station which is nice but compared to other hotels where you are within 200m of multiple subway lines, JR, or private rail lines you are pretty well isolated here making travel to other parts of the city unnecessarily long or multi-transfer
Price: Compared to the high end business hotels you are paying 2x+ the room rate and instead of breakfast included you are paying 3000 yen for that as well. Since the hotel is isolated the option of going to the likes of a Vie De France or Starbucks for brekky is not really there.
Service: That is excellent as you would expect but that is true in Japan regardless of the daily rate of the hotel.
So unless you are going to the hotel on business and the office you are going to is within the area I would say you have so many better choices and they will be cheaper too. (If you want to spend more then almost all of those hotels also will provide better locations as well)
My partner and I stayed in an executive club room on the 8th floor with a view to Mt. Fuji and enjoyed our stay.
The room is on the smaller side for a premium hotel, but it was modern and well designed. There is an abundance of well-placed, illuminated light switches and power outlets.
The room was very quiet; I never heard any of our neighbors, and the blackout shades are truly 100% blackout.
The executive lounge is okay. The morning breakfast spread was good enough for a club lounge; breakfast at the main restaurant was not an option unless I wanted to pay extra.
The evening reception had a decent selection of alcohol. The buffet is mostly “US-domestic-airport-lounge” grade except for the daily canapes, which are brought to the table by an attendant.
Two subway stations are accessible in the basement.
Pro-tip - If you’re coming from Narita airport and getting off at Tocho-Mae, the hotel entrance is hard to find, because the signage is surprisingly bad. Look for the 7-Eleven at the top of the subway stairs and then take the brick stairs up to a small entrance next to the barber shop (red and blue barber emblem).