First let me start with saying that staying at the Park Hyatt in Tokyo has long been one of my dreams. I said to myself the first time when I saw Lost in translation in 2003 that if I ever went to Tokyo I would stay there. And thankfully dreams do come through!
I had the luxury of staying for 4 nights in total with Park Hyatt. I had made plans for only 3 but then luckily I got a chance to come back for 1 more night.
Park Hyatt is a hotel that you just know is going to be good the minute you arrive at their entrance. And you have to look up to understand why this hotel is so special. The 3 towers are truly an amazing sight. The meet and greet is fast and effective without any hazzle and the elevator ride to the 41st floor really made my ears pop. Check in was a nice and efficient experience, and they are good at giving you the feeling that every need you may have they will do their uppmost to fullfill.
I had made a reservation for a Park view King room after reading other reviews here on TA. And I must say I was not dissapointed. Entering the room on the 47th floor I felt a rush of energy going through my body. I belive it was the feelings from old those who have entered the room before and gone WOW when they saw the room and views that came with it. The rooms are so nice! It's not over the top with everything, the style has a very subtle elegance to it. And it's made to make you feel relaxed without taking anything away from views outside. The view is spectecular and I spent alot of time just sitting in on wide window ledge just looking out at the city. And the momemt I remember best was getting up early in the morning seeing the sun rise filling the city and the streets with light piece by piece. Recomended! I have only good things to say about the rest of the room, but I'm not gonna go into details since so many others has written much about it before me. I will say that I love their bath and shower products, they made me feel very fresh every morning and the purple baths at night were a bliss.
Something not many others have written about is their laundry service, wich I must say is fantastic. Everything you deliver comes back nicely packed in a basket wrapped in a big paper and everything inside is sorted into small zipped bags. And the clothes you deliver in come back looking allmost like new, that says alot. I also had them help me with washing some newly bought aikido training uniforms wich did not come preshrunk and needed shrinking before use. Short story, the uniforms came back from washing the exact length I had told them I required.
Even though the hotel was fully booked during my stay because of spring break, it never at any time felt crowded. I got a seat every night at the New York Bar and Grill without any delay, the big beautiful pool was allmost deserted, and the spa could handle my request within the hour after making an enquiry. At breakfast I even got a nice window table for myself to enjoy.
All the staff are genuinely friendly and give you their uppmost attention whenever you require assistance. For me the staff is a reflection of the hotel, and all the staff I meet gave of very positive energy. And It think that is why this place feels so great and so special. Because this place really has alot of heart and a very good soul.
Looking forward to my next stay with you, let's hope it will be soon.
From all my heart I thank you for a most pleasent stay!
A corner suite is a must.
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