Just like Sukiyabashi Jiro, the Park Hyatt was on my "must do" list for Tokyo so on the last leg of my trip I stayed there for 3 nights. Just getting a room was very much like a seat at Jiro's as well... darn near impossible. Granted I booked it just 5 weeks out but I had to call back several times and get creative with the days I was going to stay there to make it happen. All and all it was well worth it. The hotel, accommodations and service was impecable. Upon check in I asked if there were any upgrades available and was told they were full booked but a few minutes after I was in my room the phone rang and the front desk said they had a better room available and would switch me at no charge. In no time they had a cart at my door and an escort to transfer everything to the new room which was a tad larger, on a higher floor and with a much better view. Just a sample of what to expect at this hotel.
The complimentary brunch is amazing in the mid level dining area and of course the NY bar on the top floor is a must experience. One evening after strolling around the Ginza district I got back to the hotel around 11pm and headed up to the NY bar for a drink. The bar was alive and buzzing with a interesting spectrum of customers. I good perk being a guest because there was a decent line of non-residents waiting to get in the bar. Of course the view is breathtaking and I found it nice that I could smoke a cigar with my scotch. Their ventilation system is top notch as I looked around and saw several people were smoking but it never occurred to me before that and I usually can smell a cigarette across a room. My last night at the hotel I ate at the NY Grill , which is just the flip side of the NY bar, and it was 4 star. Amazing food, service and quite a contrasting elegant atmosphere compared to the bar which is only steps away but well sectioned off. Bottom line is the Park Hyatt is the best of the best and if that's what you are accustomed to or you just want a one time splurge... either way you won't be disappointed. I will add that if for some reason the Hyatt is booked or it's out of the price range I highly recommend the Capitol Hotel Tokyu. I stayed there at the start of my trip and the hotel is with out flaw and amazing in every way.
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