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July 5, 2009
October 29, 2001
As I sat down for breakfast on my first morning, a steaming cup of hot chocolate, with orange essence added, was placed before me, as if by magical intuition. In fact, I had made this request on my last visit a year earlier. It had apparently been duly noted in the guest history system. Pretty amazing! This was reflective of the incredible attention to every nuance of service. The hotel has fewer than 200 rooms, rooms that are, incidentally, the largest in Tokyo. Each room offers a CD and DVD player, a small library of books, wonderfully comforting down comforters, Egyptian cotton sheets, etc. etc. etc. The design style is a unique synthesis of East and West that gives a sense of simplicity, timelessness, and peace. The Park Hyatt is a big splurge ($400/night), one inevitably feels that, as splurges go, this one was very well worth it, certainly when compared to similarly priced luxe properties in London, Paris or New York, for example.
Ask for a room with a view of Mount Fuji during the clear winter months!
From journal Accommodations In Tokyo
Stocking Pelham, United Kingdom
June 25, 2009
From journal Japan Journal 2008