Five Reasons Grand Hyatt Tokyo is the Best Place to Chill this Summer

Whether you’re visiting the Big Mikan from afar, or you’re a local looking for shelter from the sweltering city heat, Grand Hyatt Tokyo provides five-star service whatever your needs may be. With a great location in the center of the city, plenty of restaurants, soothing spa treatments and exciting events all summer, you’ll find this dynamic lifestyle destination the ideal oasis from the sizzling streets.

The famed Maman spider sculpture in Roppongi

Location, Location, Location

Situated in the heart of Roppongi’s cultural and shopping hub, Grand Hyatt Tokyo is only a stone’s throw away from several art galleries and museums, movie theaters, upscale shopping venues and fine dining options. There are several inner-city garden spaces nearby with public art structures (such as “Maman,” pictured above) – perfect for a relaxing stroll. Summer festivals and other events are held in the area all season. For those seeking adventure further afield, the hotel is only three minutes’ away from the nearest metro station, which can spirit you away to major tourist destinations like the electronic heaven of Akihabara, the Ginza luxury shopping district, or the historic Tsukiji fish market.

Intimate Al Fresco Dining Offers a Vitamin D Injection

Nothing says summer like eating outdoors, and whether you want to soak up some rays during the day or feel the cool breeze at night, Grand Hyatt Tokyo has four restaurants with terraces for open air dining. The French Kitchen, The Oak Door and Roku Roku offer a relaxing atmosphere up above the hustle and bustle of the busy city, while Fiorentina Italian Cafe allows diners to people watch, while shielded behind a protective line of trees. For guests staying at the hotel, glamorous Grand Club also has a private terrace for nightcaps in an exclusive setting.

You Can Sip Spirits at Decadent Summer Soirees

The swanky Soiree Blanche party series is back by popular demand. Held at The French Kitchen’s airy terrace and bar every Saturday from June 24 to September 2, these luxurious events recreate the glitz and glamor of celebrity summer parties in the south of France during the 1970s. Wear all white, imagine you’re in a St. Tropez paradise, and enjoy the drinks that flow freely for a full three hours as well as food from the grill and homemade ice cream. For a different kind of nostalgia, look out for news on the upcoming Showa Era Beer Garden event, which features Showa-inspired snacks, drinks, and tunes from the era.

Nagomi Spa and Fitness Helps You Put Your Best Foot Forward

With summer just around the corner, it’s time to think about your wardrobe. As you switch from heavy boots to strappy sandals baring your feet, you may need to spruce up your nails to complete your summer look. Look no further than Nagomi Spa and Fitness, where manicures and pedicures are now among the many stellar services on offer. If touched up toes aren’t your priority, there is a pool and a fully equipped gym to get those gains for that perfect summer bod. Nagomi is only open to members and guests, but signing up is simple. Better yet, why not treat yourself to a staycation and book an overnight retreat along with your spa day?

There Are (N)ice Nibbles to Keep You Cool

Grand Hyatt Tokyo boasts no less than 10 bars and restaurants in its repertoire, serving everything from sumptuous sushi to palate-pleasing pastries. Each venue has polished up their menus fit for a sizzling summer dining experience. There are delectable dishes to cool you down while taking the culinary arts to new heights: Keyakizaka’s liquid nitrogen ice cream uses fresh mangoes from Okinawa and is made by chefs at your table as you watch on. The Oak Door’s ice cream burgers are an easy-to-eat treat, and Chinaroom has cold tsukemen noodles if you’re looking for something savory. With so many options to choose from, the Grand Hyatt Tokyo is your (chilled) oyster.

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