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Credit：Grand Hyatt Tokyo
Grand Hyatt Tokyo
A lobby art gallery elevates this polished property
The Grand Hyatt is part of the Roppongi Hills complex—a Tokyo landmark since its opening in 2003—and adds to the project’s 200-plus retail, dining and entertainment options in its inimitable style. It has 387 rooms, including 28 suites, which meld the contemporary with subtle and age-old Japanese aesthetics, such as the use of wood and sliding paper doors. The fabrics are warm; the furnishings understated. The adjoining Mori Garden is ideal for admiring the cherry blossoms that herald the start of a Japanese spring, while the leaves take on the stunning golds and russets of the autumn later in the year.
In addition to the Nagomi Spa and Fitness facility—do make the most of that indoor pool of red granite and the hot tub—the hotel has no fewer than ten one-off bars and restaurants. The Oak Door Bar is an excellent place to start—or end—an evening and the signature Smokey Negroni needs to be sampled. For an excellent teppanyaki experience, look no further than Keyakizaka.