You are greeted by open space, shiny steel and colored glass; and courteous and quick assistance from the staff. The Tokyo Grand Hyatt is a representation of all that is respected in Japanese culture (customer service and modernity) yet all that is loved by Americans.
With eight full restaurants with everything from French and Italian to Chinese and Japanese, and three bars, the Grand Hyatt delivers energizing surroundings amidst the vibrant and active Roppongi neighborhood. I loved it! Before heading out to dabble in the oversized Louis Vuitton store or browsing Tsutaya Bookstore, make sure to stop at Roku Roku and experience the sake sommelier who can pair the perfect sake with your meal. The staff was fabulous -- accommodating our every wish and thinking one step ahead of what we might need....a planning session of to-do's included insider information on the best times to go, the shortcuts to expedite the trip, and pit stops to re-group!
Centrally located, loads of amenities, luxury living, impeccable service, and a Grand Club that serves breakfast, mid-afternoon tea, light dinner fare, and evening drinks, and you'll know exactly why leaving this stylishly sexy hotel to investigate the city can be a difficult decision.