Tokyo to become top 2010 travel destination for Middle East holidaymakers
Tokyo is set to be among the top holiday destinations for Middle East travellers in 2010 following the launch of non-stop flights from Abu Dhabi and Dubai this month, with Park Hyatt Tokyo is expected to be the hotel of choice for regional guests looking to experience the famous setting for the award-winning film ‘Lost in Translation’.
“With Emirates Airlines and Etihad Airways launching their non-stop flight to Tokyo this month, Hyatt expects to see increased levels of visitors from the Middle East at its award-winning Tokyo properties,” said Thierry Bertin, vice president sales and marketing, Hyatt Hotels & Resorts – South West Asia.
Hyatt has three properties in Tokyo to meet every traveller’s needs: Park Hyatt Tokyo, Grand Hyatt Tokyo, and Hyatt Regency Tokyo.
Park Hyatt Tokyo
The 177-room Park Hyatt Tokyo, which occupies the top 14 floors of the 52-story Shinjuku Park Tower, is located in Shinjuku – Tokyo’s premier nightlife and shopping destination.
Middle East guests can take advantage of the hotel’s spectacular views of Tokyo’s skyline in one of the seven restaurants and lounges the hotel has to offer, including the iconic New York Bar, Tokyo’s most spectacular venue for live music.
Each guest room at Park Hyatt Tokyo offers breathtaking views of the city and Yoyogi Park, providing understated modern decor, original pieces of art, and rare Hokkaido water elm panelling. The spacious 45-sq.-metre rooms also offer a work area, high-speed Internet, walk-in closet, personal entertainment center, and a deep soaking tub.
Middle East guests can also experience the hotel’s Club on the Park Spa offering sweeping views of Shinjuku and beyond. Located on the 47th floor, the spa offers high-performance facilities for hotel guests featuring a gym, a 20-metre pool, and an aerobics studio.
In addition, to celebrate its15th year as one of the world’s distinguished modern luxury hotels, Park Hyatt Tokyo has teamed up with NIGO®, producer, DJ, and founder of the much-acclaimed Japanese clothing brand, A Bathing Ape®, to produce its second music compilation. NIGO®, has created an album celebrating the hotel’s connectivity with a city whose film, fashion, art, and entertainment have captured the hearts and minds of travellers from around the world.
Grand Hyatt Tokyo
Located in the heart of Roppongi Hills, Grand Hyatt Tokyo is a dynamic lifestyle destination for dining, entertaining and relaxing. Roppongi Hills features a 54 storey office tower with a world-class museum, the Mori Arts Center, TV Asahi Headquarters, Toho Cinemas Roppongi Hills complex, four exclusive residential buildings, and 200 shops and restaurants – a lively international redevelopment known as a stimulating centre for business, culture, fashion and leisure.
Grand Hyatt Tokyo has a total of 389 uniquely designed guestrooms and suites using a selection of natural woods and fabrics. Guestrooms include spacious bathrooms with deep soaking tubs allowing water to luxuriously overflow, and an invigorating ‘rain shower’, creating the ideal residential ambience. The hotel also has a line up of ten unique restaurants and bars that focus on culinary authenticity, design originality, quality and service, to provide guests with a truly exceptional dining experience. Equipped with the most technologically advanced meeting and conference facilities, Grand Hyatt Tokyo is one of the most sophisticated conference hotels in Tokyo.
NAGOMI Spa and Fitness provides hotel guests and private members with a peaceful and serene facility for fitness and relaxation, equipped with a red granite stone swimming pool, illuminated whirl pool, fully equipped gymnasium, relaxation areas, sauna, and eight private spa treatment rooms.
Hyatt Regency Tokyo
The Hyatt Regency Tokyo is located in Shinjuku, a thriving business, shopping and entertainment district and home to the most select Tokyo hotels. The five-star hotel is ideally located next to the Shinjuku Central Park, and within short distance of the Shinjuku Imperial Gardens, Meiji Shrine, Odakyu store, and the fashionable Shibuya ward.
The hotel is conveniently close to Shinjuku Station, with links to the Tokyo subway and services to Hakone, a popular mountain hot spring resort.
The hotel also offers 18 banquet halls and private dining rooms to suit any occasion. In addition, Middle East visitors can enjoy the luxury Joule Spa & Wellness, located at the penthouse of the hotel. The spa is equipped with eight treatment rooms, a pool and fitness zones, all enjoying unsurpassed panoramic views of Tokyo onwards out to majestic Mt. Fuji.