Hyatt Hotels has announced the opening of the first Hyatt Centric property in the Asia-Pacific region as its Tokyo hotel begins accepting guests.
The 164-room hotel is located in Tokyo’s commercial Ginza district and occupies a 12-storey building on the former site of the first Tokyo office of Ashai Simbun Company, a national newspaper publisher established in 1888. Public spaces are decorated with artwork displayed on screens that can be switched to reflect the time of day.
The hotel’s top-floor Namiki Suite overlooks Namiki-dori and is equipped with a full-sized teppanyaki grill, making it suitable for dinner parties. Hyatt says the 127sqm space can also be booked as a meeting room.
Food options at the property include the signature Namiki667 restaurant, which features a 100sqm terrace and a private dining room that seats up to 24. There is also a bar connected to the fourth-floor reception area that serves original cocktail creations inspired by Ginza.
Interior designer Yohei Akao is behind the flexible spaces, while Hokkaido native Shingo Hayasaka has created the menus for the restaurant.