Grand Hyatt Tokyo

Address: 6-10-3 Roppongi, Minato, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 106-0032, Japan | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the Akasaka/Roppongi/Azabu/Nagatacho area of Minato, is near Roppongi Hills, Mori Tower, The National Art Center, Tokyo, and ANA Hotel & ARK Hills.
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      TripAdvisor Reviews Grand Hyatt Tokyo Minato

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Minato


      A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds on Sep 27, 2013

      2 comments, 9 photos

      ... we were in Tokyo. Every time we rode the subway we learned something new!

      Fortunately, it was not a big problem when we goofed in the subway, because the staff are, of course, amazingly polite. Everyone talks about how polite the Japanese are, so we were intellectually teed up for it, but being immersed in it is completely different. Man, we’re uncouth.

      A final note: yes, the toilets are complex. No, I did not accidentally take a shower in ...

      TOKYO (4/2-4/6) Our First Stop

      A travel blog entry by dianeyokoi on Mar 31, 2013

      107 photos

      ... looked it up on his cell phone and gave Tom directions. We had a great dinner at Gonpachi, then went back to the hotel. A great day!! At the checkout counter the next day, one member of our tour group discovered that his wallet was missing. Unfortunately, he didn't have time to look for it since we had to catch the bullet train to Takayama. He reported the missing wallet to hotel staff, who told him that they would forward it to our next stop, if it was found and turned ...

      "Sarariman" Pissup

      A travel blog entry by gaijingina on Oct 30, 2012

      ... of a Mojito or two.

      I even had a go, belting out David Bowie and TLC to an politely enthusiastic audience, who kept time with maracas and percussion instruments.

      When I left to go to the toilet I saw one English teacher sobbing outside surrounded by people. She was mortally drunk, grabbing people, and hugging me.

      It was nice to know that for a change I wasnt going to be the biggest waster of the party. In fact, it was hard to compete.



      A travel blog entry by jamesbsavage on Mar 30, 2012

      16 photos

      ... respect – less invasive than the handshake, more universally understandable than the spoken word. Perhaps we should all bow more, and talk less; the world would be a better place.

      One thing that is immediately picked up by the unsuspecting Western eye is the number of people walking around Japan wearing Michael Jackson-esque facemasks. Upon first sight this looks odd. Then you hear the explanation that they are used when the person wearing the mask is ill and ...

      Tokyo travels

      A travel blog entry by amy_michael on Oct 03, 2011

      4 comments, 10 photos

      ... than us both being disorganised) was us not checking in properly for the flight, and therefore not sitting together... But, that meant (again as a sign to come) that a lovely old Japanese man started chatting to Amy (he had been to England to visit Worcester as he likes the sauce, and wanted to know the definition of the word 'pesky' as he had seen it related to Boris Johnson in the paper, ha!). As you know, things always turn out sunny side up for us, so someone next ...