Park Hyatt Tokyo
, opened in July 1994, will soon be heralding in its tenth year of operation. Tokyo`s home to CEO`s celebrities, and both business and luxury travelers alike, the Park Hyatt has firmly retained the crown title of the city`s most luxurious boutique hotel with the largest rooms, the highest average room rate, the highest occupancy rate, and the most dazzling views.
To remain at the forefront of “Hi-tech meets Hi-touch” in both service and facilities, the hotel is pleased to announce the several changes.
The latest in entertainment technology will be available in each of the 178 rooms with a simplified entertainment armoire, containing state-of-the-art DVD players and sleek 37 inch plasma screen televisions in the bedroom. New 15 inch plasma televisions also await guests perched above the extra deep bathtubs. The plasma TVs are set atop turntables so that television may be viewed from different parts of the room and the new ultra-sleek armoire and slim design of the TV create even more space in an already spacious room. The custom armoire also discreetly stores an in-room private fax machine and high speed modem as well as providing stylish display of mini-bar bottles.
As of July 9, 2003, the hotel is offering guests an newly expanded library of 80 movie titles on DVD and over 200 CDs for their complimentary listening and viewing pleasure during their stay.
The hotel will offer new bath amenities from AESOP botanical cosmetic company based in Melbourne, Australia. AESOP prides itself in offering a line of cosmetic products which contain no artificial colors, fragrances or mineral oils. The AESOP bath amenities, including shampoo. conditioner, body cleansers and soap, were specifically chosen for their use of only the highest quality herbs and purest essential oils.
Oil massages and esthetic treatments, once only available at the Club On the Park Spa, are now available in the privacy and convenience of the guests room as well at an additional charge.
Since January 1, 2003, high speed Internet access has been made available in each guest room free of charge. Guests can now browse the Internet without worrying about cost.
All of the changes and refreshments of Park Hyatt Tokyo are under the direction of its original designer, Hong Kong-based American John Morford.
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