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Connected directly to Tokyo Metro’s Roppongi Station, the hotel is located in a section of Roppongi Hills, an integrated shopping, residential, business, and entertainment urban re-development in Tokyo’s central Minato Ward.

A lifestyle destination hotel immersed in the cosmopolitan urban culture of the Roppongi district

The Grand Hyatt Tokyo is located in a section of Roppongi Hills, a cosmopolitan integrated property development serving as Tokyo’s entertainment hub. Roppongi Hills is considered to be one of the world’s most extensive multi-use complexes, boasting a 54-story office tower with a world-class museum, a cinema, four exclusive residential complexes, and 200 prestigious shops. This dynamic hotel collaborates with three top international designers to boast an array of refined restaurants and facilities embodying unique design of the highest quality, with over 200 works of art on display.

Interior design by world-class designers

The hotel has a total of 387 uniquely designed guestrooms and suites. Guest rooms are 42 square meters or larger.

The hotel’s contemporary, luxurious guest rooms are designed by the world-renowned designers Don Siembieda and Peter Remedios. The rooms make use of carefully selected natural materials to create contemporary spaces with an atmosphere of comfort and warmth. Rooms are also equipped with the latest technology, including HDMI-compatible flat screen TVs, DVD/CD players, Bluetooth compatible audio-visual panels and iPhone/iPod touch compatible portable speakers. Two phone lines with voice mail service and free Wi-Fi and LAN internet service are provided in all guest rooms. Grand Hyatt Tokyo has redefined the bathing experience by drawing on the philosophy of Japanese bathing. Occupying more than a quarter of the standard room area, each guest room bathroom has Rebecca beige limestone Japanese-style quick-filling bathtubs in which guests can immerse themselves up to the shoulders in relaxing hot water. German-made Dornbracht “rainshowers” add to the overall pampering experience. The bathing area and vanity counter area in guest room bathrooms are separated by a glass wall, so even if the baths overflow, guests need not worry about bath water spilling into the vanity counter area. Guest rooms have high ceilings and adjustable showers, so taller guests can stay in comfort.

An array of authentic dining experiences

With ten restaurants and bars, Grand Hyatt Tokyo’s focus is on culinary authenticity, design originality, quality, and service. The hotel offers a variety of authentic cuisine, from the modern Italian cafe Fiorentina on the lobby floor to The French Kitchen, serving traditional bistro fare all day、 to the Japanese restaurant Shunbou, offering a fusion of traditional cuisine, "kaiseki" multi-course meals, and other Japanese dining. Each restaurant and bar is unique, offering truly exceptional dining experiences whether from the wood burning ovens in The Oak Door or the special whiskey tastings at Maduro. All the restaurants and bars in Grand Hyatt Tokyo are operated directly by the hotel. Restaurants have terraces overflowing with greenery, and the hotel's restaurants have plentiful lunch menus and other light dining options. Dining at Grand Hyatt Tokyo, whether on an outside terrace or in a private dining room, is perfect for both business and pleasure.

The Oak Door Steakhouse

NAGOMI Spa and Fitness

Smoking: There is no smoking in the hotel except for designated smoking areas.

Located on the fifth floor and available to guests and by private membership, Nagomi Spa and Fitness is like no other. Designed by renowned Japanese interior designer Takashi Sugimoto(SUPER POTATO CO.,LTD.), Nagomi is a peaceful and serene facility for fitness and recreation. At Nagomi, guests and members can enjoy a red granite swimming pool, an illuminated whirlpool, a fully equipped gymnasium, relaxation areas, saunas, and eight private spa treatment rooms.


“Waterfalls” by Hiroshi Senju

Artwork at Grand Hyatt Tokyo

On display in the hotel for guests to enjoy are 200 works of art by contemporary Japanese artists as well as artist from Europe and America. The art collection inspires an “East meets West” theme. One of the collection’s key pieces is located in front of the hotel’s Shinden (Shinto shrine) and was created by Japanese painter Hiroshi Senju. Using white paint and light on a black background to represent waterfalls, Senju’s “Waterfalls” covers an entire wall. Viewing it feels like being wrapped in the atmosphere of an art gallery. Other key pieces include artist Jun Kaneko’s “Untitled Heads ,” a pair of 2.4 meter tall black and white ceramic heads located in the lobby, “Expectation” by James Nares, located at the elevator entrance lobby, creations by Eriko Horiki, a Japanese paper artist active in Japan and abroad, and more.

Cash and Credit Cards: The hotel accepts foreign credit cards for payment, and there are a bank, ATM, and a currency exchange center next door in the Roppongi Hills complex.

Language support: Hotel staff can speak English.

Internet Access: The hotel has complimentary Wi-Fi and LAN internet.

Security: Guest rooms have in-room safes, and guests may also leave valuables with reception for safekeeping.

Smoking: There is no smoking in the hotel except for designated smoking areas.

Hotel information

Grand Hyatt Tokyo

Address:6-10-3 Roppongi, Minato-ku Postal code:106-0032

Access:A three-minute walk from exit 1C of Roppongi Station, on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line and a six-minute walk from Exit 3 of Roppongi Station on the Toei Subway Oedo Line.

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