The Hyatt Regency Tokyo is a large hotel in West Shinjuku that offers some relatively large rooms and good views from some of the rooms.
The Hyatt Regency Tokyo (not to be confused with the nearby Park Hyatt or the Grand Hyatt over in Roppongi) is the older sister of the three Hyatts in Tokyo. It’s been around for a while and some of the rooms and facilities seem a bit dated. However, the rates are competitive and rooms here are cheaper than at other luxury hotels in the city.
The location is pretty convenient, about 10 to 15 minutes’ walk from Shinjuku Station. The hotel has all the facilities you’d expect from a luxury hotel, including a spa, gym and several restaurants.
Rooms are spacious by Tokyo standards and if you’re on an upper floor, you’ll get good views.
Some of the rooms here are getting a bit tired, so you’d do well to get one of the better rooms here.
Overall, the Hyatt Regency is a decent value for those who want to be in West Shinjuku.
Hyatt Regency Tokyo
ハイアット リージェンシー 東京
2-7-2 Nishi-shinjuku, Shinjuku-Ku, Tokyo, 160-0023
wifi and LAN cable access
Subway: 1-minute walk from exit A7 of Tochomae Station on the Toei Oedo line.
Train: 9-minute walk from the west exit of Shinjuku Station.
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