Hyatt Regency Tokyo

2-7-2 Nishi Shinjuku, Shinjuku, Tokyo Prefecture, 160-0000, Japan
(4 star hotel)
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Excellent (4.5 out of 5.0) 6 reviews
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Away from the Bustling City

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on January 2, 2010

We got 2 Twin View room at the Hyatt Regency Tokyo which is nice and comfortable. Each bed has 2 different type of pillow, one of which is soft and the other which seems to be of similar material as that found in ryokan. Yukata are provided and so is personal disposable room slippers which you are allowed to keep.

The hotel is some distance away from the JR train station, however, the hotel provides free shuttle bus operating between Shinjuku's Odakyu Halc building and the hotel at regular intervals of 20 minutes. The bus is pretty small and operating hours are from 08:00am to 9:50pm only.

There are 2 subway stations near the hotel. One is the Oedo Line, which is next to the hotel and the other is the Nishi-Shinjuku Line which is short walk from the hotel. The 2 stations are connected by a long underground tunnel with nice music provided. The underground tunnel also links all the way to Shinjuku Station. Oedo Line is not part of Japan Metro and if you had bought the Japan Metro day pass, you cannot use it on the Oedo Line. Need to pay separately for it.

The Oedo Line connects directly from the hotel to being the nearest station at Tokyo Tower.

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A haven from the hustle and bustle.

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 11, 2007

The Hyatt staff were exceptionally helpful and pleasant. They greet you at the door, and insist on escorting you to your room. If there was anything you needed, staff was readily available upon your request. The staff made you feel as comfortable as possible and always wore a genuine smile upon their face. There was internet access, and concierge service. Health club, spa, and sky pool. You could get a massage in your room at request. Just a really nice place to return to after a long tiring day of sightseeing. The view from the room was also outstanding. I could have spent hours staring out that picture window, sipping some green tea.

Directions: A 2 hour bus ride from Narita Airport will save you a lot of trouble, allow for sightseeing, and cost you 3000 yen. Courtesy bus to and from Shinjuku Station.

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My Favorite Hotel in Tokyo

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 12, 2005

I have always experienced excellent service here. One of the main reasons I have prefered to stay here even though the price is higher than a number of other hotels is because of the excellent service and because they have a large selection of non-smoking floors in addition to large non-smoking sections in their restaurants.

The Century Hyatt caters to a large number of foreign businessmen and it is one of the best hotels of choice if you are staying in Tokyo.

Unique Quality: The staff are very helpful and they all speak English well. The Hotel also offers good views of the Shinjuku landscape.

The view from the restaurant on the lobby floor is nice and sunny providing a good way to start your morning with a newspaper (free) and a cup of coffee.

Directions: The Hotel is located right next to the Shinjuku Governmental headquarters.

There's free shuttle service to and from Shinjuku station every 20 minutes.

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A Nice Business hotel in Shinjuku-Part 2

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 9, 2005

A lovely hotel that I would recommend. Suitable for the business traveller and comfortable for a couple travelling together.

Tokyo hotels tend to be more for the single traveller, so smaller rooms with single beds are common. However, this hotel is different and we were able to secure a double room, with a king-size bed.

Smoking and non-smoking floors are available.

Unique Quality: The Airport Limo Coach that covers a few major hotels in the Shinjuku area drops people off directly at this hotel. We found this very convenient upon our arrival at Narita Airport which meant that we did not have to lug our luggage around on the subway.

There is an excellent complimentary shuttle service to and from Shinjuku Station (drops off in front of Odakyu Entrance). It operates three times per hour from the hotel and also picks up three times per hour from the station. The coach driver is always punctual, so do be on time. This helped save expensive taxi fares (approx 660Yen one way) and also your tired feet (a 10-12 minute walk to the station).

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A Nice Business hotel in Shinjuku-Part 1

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 8, 2005

A large sized room (by Tokyo standards) with a very comfortable king-size bed (requested with my internet booking). White fluffy bathrobes for two, bedroom slippers, and all necessary amenities. A good view of Shinjuku as we had a higher floor.

Bathroom was a tad small, but came with a full-sized bath tub.

In-room fast speed internet connection, large business desk and three phones.

Updated as at October 2005:
I brought along Fred's Butterfly (his VT name is PALS) and took a photo (see pics) of it from my hotel window at night-with the lights from nearby offices shining against the night sky. Quite a pretty sight, isn't it?

Unique Quality: The staff spoke English and provided impeccable service (from the reception, concierge, restaurant wait staff, to the baggage handlers). Lobby is quite impressive-see the tiled marble flooring. (see pics) Due to the rather impressive lobby and lavish ballroom, the hotel is a popular venue for weddings.

We were able to rent a phone from the concierge at a reasonable rate.

A good buffet breakfast was available at the Coffee House, which incidentally has a nice view of the small garden outside. Japanese breakfast is also available at the Japanese Restaurant.

In short: recommended if you can get a good rate through the internet!

See more in Part II of this tip

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Nice Hotel

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 10, 2003

I stayed at this hotel on business and found the rooms to be very nice.
Its a very American style hotel.
Great views from the elevator and beautiful lobby.

They have high speed internet in the rooms if you pay extra for it.

there is a cool bar on the 3rd floor that is very 60ish.

The bar at the top of the hotel is very fun also, they have live music, when i was there it was bands doing old american rock songs.

The sushi restaurant in this hotel is also very good, but very very expensive.

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Address: 2-7-2 Nishi Shinjuku, Shinjuku, Tokyo Prefecture, 160-0000, Japan

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Amenities at Hyatt Regency Tokyo

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  • Swimming Pool
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Room Service
  • Fitness Center
  • Business Services
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  • Free High Speed Internet

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