Why I stayed at the Grand Hyatt Tokyo
And it was Lost in Translation made me stay at the Grand Hyatt Roppongi.
The Hotel has a spacious and relaxing feel, decorated in warm neutrals and dark sumptuous woods. The facilities are pretty great, a jaw-dropping spa, kick ass gym and pool, seven restaurants and direct access to a mammoth shopping centre(those bringing girlfriends, beware).
At this point, I should also mention that the pastry boutique more than made up for any residual disappointment that hadn’t been obliterated by singing this…. (definitely up there in my top five cinematic moments of all time)
Anyway, back to the review. We liked the hotel, the location and the fact that it was down the road from a photobooth centre – we spent well over four hours here on the first night.
So to round up, really enjoyed our stay, the hotel was absolutely lovely and would stay here again (but only after staking out the Park Hyatt first).