Grand Hyatt Tokyo
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Hyatt Tokyo Minato
Grand Hyatt Tokyo is highly recommended for people who enjoy great service, great location and very nice view.
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Travel Blogs from Minato
... conveyer belt! These restaurants are pretty popular, and less expensive for some reason. The sushi is incredibly fresh and amazing! I tried really weird stuff that I can't even name.
- Visiting Harajuku Street, which is a narrow pedestrian only street that has all of the weird, funny looking fashion that you might expect to see in Japan. Think Hello Kitty, outfits that look like they are meant for dolls, lots of pink, etc.
- Last but not least, ...
... avenue of Tokyo with all the big fashion brands represented. And yet as soon as you stray off the main streets into the little alleys as we did trying to find a place big enough to hold all 11 of us, it quickly became apparent that there was more on the menu than food. Pitt st mall and Kings Cross side by side.
Arriving back at the hotel around 9pm I don't think any of us wanted to go to bed, mindful it was our last night as ...
... funny things is we found our selves having to budget because we were unsure about our cash situation.
On this trip we also developed a new appreciation for foreign travelers, especially those who do not speak the local language. It was so difficult trying to navigate simple things you take for granted when communication is not an issue. If we had one do over we would have made more of an effort to learn conversational Mandarin and ...
... was only about 9 hours (as opposed to 12 going there) due to catching a jet stream, I suppose. It left at about 4pm Tokyo time, which was around midnight in LA (the day before). So, as we were climbing to altitude, I took an Ambien and passed out. I was able to sleep, though maybe a bit fitfully at times (because economy class is not comfortable) until about 6am LA time as the sun was coming up and breakfast was being served. Then, I had to repeat Monday all over again . . .
... The details on everything, like for example the roof tiles, are beautiful, and the size of some things used to build the Palace walls, like stones and wooden beams, is impressive.
Afterwards, we went to ginza for a short while. Next we took the train to Takadanobaba, to check into the Tama Ryokan, where we will spend our first 2 nights in Tokyo.
We dropped off our heavy backpacks, took a quick shower. And then headed out to ...