Must see in Tokyo : Park Hyatt Hotel
Tokyo is a treasure that contains pretty much everything.
And the city continues to change, it often happens that within a couple of years a whole neighborhood changes the face, knocking down and rebuilding new buildings, businesses and more.
It is a big city, with a lot of green, very modern, but contains also a lot of ancient buildings and monuments.
A must see in Tokyo is definetely the Park Hyatt Hotel, where you will find the famous New York Bar and Peak Bar.
The history of cinema is filled with films set in various hotels in the world, some of which have become veritable cult for the fans who often go there on pilgrimage : ‘Lost in Translation’, 2004 film directed by Sophia Coppola, is set almost entirely at the Park Hyatt in Tokyo, the ideal backdrop to tell the melancholy and loneliness of the characters, Bob and Charlotte, played by Scarlett Johansson and Bill Murray.
The hotel, situated in the bustling Shinjuku district, is the ideal destination for shopping and visit the Meiji Shrine.
Inside, the hotel offers a wonderful spa, and at the 52nd floor, an excellent restaurant, the New York Grill, which offers a fabulous view of the Japanese capital.
New York Bar is a luxury place where you can enjoy drinks and listen music. Cover charge applies from 8 PM from Monday to Saturday and from 7 PM on Sundays is 2,200 Yen (about € 20). A soft drink costs another 1600 yen (14 €).
If you go to Tokyo and want to reach the New York Bar or The Peak Bar, you have to get off the train or the subway station in Shinjuku. This is the address:
Park Hyatt Tokyo – 3-7-1-2 Nishi Shinjuku, Shinjuku-Ku Tokyo 163-1055