Grand Hyatt Tokyo, the newest edition to Hyatt International`s hotel portfolio, has now officially opened as part of Roppongi Hills, Tokyo`s largest private urban redevelopment cultural centre. The stunning spa and fitness facility is set to provide a totally new revitalisation experience in Tokyo, with a stone swimming pool surrounded by a hardwood deck, Jacuzzi, treatment suites and relaxation area. The property also features a state-of-the-art gymnasium, aesthetic salon and sauna facilities.
Positioned to be one of Tokyo`s premier hotels, Grand Hyatt Tokyo, architects Kohn Pederson Fox Associates and a world-renowned team of interior designers composed of; Chhada Siembieda Remedios Inc., Super Potato, Tony Chi & Associates and Fisher Marantz Stone, were commissioned to create the hotel and spa’s dramatic interior spaces.
The exclusive Grand Hyatt Tokyo Nagomi Spa and Fitness club, operating solely for hotel guests and private members, encompasses a 1,300 sq-m facility for fitness and relaxation. ‘Nagomi’ meaning harmony, wellbeing, balance and relaxation, proffers a magnificent red granite stone swimming pool (20 m x 7 m), Jacuzzi, relaxation area, gymnasium equipped with a full range of LifeFitness training machines, massage and spa treatment rooms and sauna.
There are eight private spa treatment rooms, three of which have private showers and one specially designed for couples with its own Japanese granite stone soaking tub. Described as a ‘lifestyle destination’, Grand Hyatt Tokyo is setting new standards and the spa will present, for the first time in Japan, the exclusive Kerstin Florian spa products, created and based on natural European traditions.
Another first for Tokyo is the Presidential Suite (260 sq-m) occupying the entire 21st floor, and the only suite in Tokyo with its own private outdoor heated swimming pool (12 m x 3 ) and indoor Japanese Zen garden.
Many of the hotel’s 390 luxurious rooms and suites also offer something of a spa-experience within the bathrooms, where large glass doors can be drawn back to expose a extra deep soaking tubs, which fill within five minutes, allowing the water to overflow onto the invigorating rain shower area by Dornbracht.
“Grand Hyatt Tokyo at Roppongi Hills will set a new standard by providing our guests with friendly and personalised service, the finest cuisine and comfort, all within a spectacularly designed property”, says Xavier Destribats, general manager, Grand Hyatt Tokyo.
Roppongi Hills covers 11.6 hectares with a total floor space of 760,000 sq-m. The multi-complex includes a 54-storey office tower with a world-class museum, the Mori Arts Centre, Asahi TV Broadcasting Headquarters, the Virgin Cinema Complex, four exclusive residential complexes and 200 prestigious shops and restaurants.
There are 209 Hyatt Hotels and Resorts around the world, which are managed by two separate groups of companies. Subsidiaries of Hyatt International Corporation operate 63 hotels and 23 resorts in 39 countries, with an additional 16 hotels under development. Hyatt Hotels Corporation, a separate company, and its subsidiaries operate, lease and franchise 123 hotels and resorts in the United States, Canada and the Caribbean.
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