Park Hyatt Tokyo Official Site. Located in Shinjuku Park Tower, Our hotel offers luxury rooms, amazing restaurants & bars and breathtaking views of Tokyo.
From Western to Japanese cuisine, Park Hyatt Tokyo has an array of dining options to choose from. Indulge yourself at one of our many restaurants.
Here's a look inside the Park Hyatt Tokyo — made famous by the film, "Lost in Translation" — and all the perks you'll get there as a Hyatt Diamond elite.
On vacation in Tokyo but feeling a little "lost in translation"? Well, if you've got the cash to splash, why not make your Japan experience even more memorable by paying homage to the classic comedy-drama of the same name by staying at the Park Hyatt Hotel...
If you saw the most famous movie ever made about Japanese whisky, Lost In Translation, you already know the Park Hyatt Tokyo - it is inseparable from the film, about half of which is set inside the hotel. Amazingly, the owners balked at the concept...
"Lost in Translation" was almost entirely shot in Tokyo's two loudest and most colorful districts, Shinjuku and Shibuya.
Lost in Translation. Few hotels are as iconic as the Park Hyatt Tokyo. After having featured in Sofia Coppola's Lost in Translation the hotel has become a tourist destination just like the Imperial palace for instance.
Lost In Translation filming location: the hotel: Park Hyatt Hotel, Tokyo. The locations for Lost In Translation can mainly be found in the Shinjuku and Shibuya districts of central Tokyo – with just a little of Kyoto, too.
The Park Hyatt hotel in Tokyo is the stuff that dreams are made of. Stepping into the hotel is just like walking into a film. No wonder Sofia Coppola chose it as the décor of her 2003 movie, Lost in Translation.
Everyone knows the Park Hyatt Tokyo. It is iconic in the Tokyo skyline and memorialized in Lost in Translation.