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For a limited time, save up to 25 percent when you book your stay at participating Hyatt hotels in Japan. Book by August 10, and stay between August 1 and September 30.

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Participating Properties:
  • Park Hyatt Tokyo
  • Hyatt Regency Tokyo
  • Hyatt Regency Kyoto
  • Hyatt Regency Osaka
  • Grand Hyatt Fukuoka
  • Hyatt Regency Naha, Okinawa
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good hotal nice travel.
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I only see 10% if you are a Hyatt member. Am I missing something?
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I stayed at the Park Hyatt Tokyo during my recent trip to Japan using my 2 free nights from the credit card sign-up bonus and it was easily one of the best experiences of my life. There's a rooftop pool and gym with views over Tokyo and we even had a free kick boxing class. Although it is pretty price-y if you're paying for it, I do think that the bells and whistles justify the price if you're trying to decide whether you should splurge.
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I stayed at the Park Hyatt Tokyo during my recent trip to Japan using my 2 free nights from the credit card sign-up bonus and it was easily one of the best experiences of my life. There's a rooftop pool and gym with views over Tokyo and we even had a free kick boxing class. Although it is pretty price-y if you're paying for it, I do think that the bells and whistles justify the price if you're trying to decide whether you should splurge.
couldn't agree more and with this sale its essentially $345 a night, if you're in Tokyo during the month of August I highly recommend. Park Hyatt Tokyo was amazing!!!
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I stayed at the Park Hyatt Tokyo during my recent trip to Japan using my 2 free nights from the credit card sign-up bonus and it was easily one of the best experiences of my life. There's a rooftop pool and gym with views over Tokyo and we even had a free kick boxing class. Although it is pretty price-y if you're paying for it, I do think that the bells and whistles justify the price if you're trying to decide whether you should splurge.
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couldn't agree more and with this sale its essentially $345 a night, if you're in Tokyo during the month of August I highly recommend. Park Hyatt Tokyo was amazing!!!
Park Hyatt is in the Shinjuku district. What are your thoughts about the area? It's Tokyo's "financial district" so i was told not much to see immediately around it.

To me location is much more important to me. I prefer the Tolyo station/Ginza area or Roppongi.
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Park Hyatt is in the Shinjuku district. What are your thoughts about the area? It's Tokyo's "financial district" so i was told not much to see immediately around it.

To me location is much more important to me. I prefer the Tolyo station/Ginza area or Roppongi.
there are some beautiful things to see within walking distance. The Meiji Jingu shrine is about a 10 minute walk and there are some great breakfast spots on the way. You can go there to see a traditional Japanese wedding (very cool). You're also within walking distance to the Shinjuku gyoen national garden. You're right though everything else is too far for walking but the Tokyo Metro will get you anywhere you are trying to go.
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I stayed in Shinjuku for a week and we had a blast. We stayed at the Hyatt regency Tokyo. Service was impeccable. We used the trains quite often but we also walked to Shinjuku station too. There are some really good ramen places near by like Menya Syo. It's also close to Shibuya.
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