of the Presidential Suite, the hotel’s executive chef will fill your kitchen with food and beverages each day. Japanese journeys As the temperature rises and Tokyo buzzes with energy, spend a day at Park Brewery, the hotel’s pop-up brewery. Enjoy microbrews from Sankt Gallen Brewery and the hotel’s exclusive Park Brewery Ale. Wash down delicious bites of tapas from executive chef Ronan Cadoral (think fresh seafood and delicious cuts of meat with a distinct Spanish twist) and speak with him about the best pairings. Japanese beer tends to be bitter, so expect powerful-yet-balanced bites.
The film Lost in Translation was filmed at Park Hyatt Tokyo and while some may come to follow Bill Murray’s footsteps, many come for its metropolitan elegance. Located in the Shinjuku district, it resides on the top 14 floors of a sleek, 52-story, Kenzo Tange-designed tower. From the hotel’s top-floor vantage point (where you’ll find the world-class New York Grill), you’ll see Mount Fuji looming in the distance. And Tokyo’s impressive skyscrapers delight, though we love that every room offers uninterrupted vistas. The Presidential Suite is divine — spanning 3,121 sq ft, there’s a bedroom, office, private kitchen, dining room, formal living room, private library, sauna and rain shower. We’d be remiss not to mention the Italian marble bathroom with a marble soaking tub that has a whirlpool option, or the grand piano, should you fancy some musical entertainment. Though the Japanese are design minimalists, this suite is on the more opulent side; however, classic wooden elements, symmetrical decor and grand floral arrangements designed by flower artist Yuji Kobayashi bring a distinct Japanese flair to the space. For guests
Rate from $9,340 per night Contact Eku Uchino, assistant manager of room reservations, firstname.lastname@example.org, +81 353 221 234, hyatt.com