The next stop on my game of hotel roulette wheel was the Grand Hyatt Tokyo. Although the Grand Hyatt seemed like a much nicer property, I actually wanted to stay at the Hyatt Regency Tokyo for the remainder of my stay as it seemed much closer to the area in which I wanted to explore. The Hyatt Regency Tokyo wasn’t available for my desired dates so I ended up staying at the Grand Hyatt for a night.
The hotel is conveniently located just a short walk from the Roppongi Station, and is attached to Roppongi Hills shops.
If entering through the mall, you will end up in the valet area. Upon entering the far door to the hotel, the front desk is immediately to your left.
The lobby is open and spacious with high ceilings and a grand staircase.
I arrived a couple hours ahead of check-in hoping they had availability so I could drop my stuff off before heading out, but it was not meant to be. They graciously offered to hold my bags, which I gladly accepted.
Upon entering the room, there was a tea pot and mini-bar located to the right of the hallway.
There was a spacious closet also located in the hallway.
Upon entering the room, there was a spacious king size bed. The bed was a bit firm, but the luxurious linens helped to “soften” the bedding.
There was a sitting area next to the bed.
The desk and TV were located on the left side of the room. The desk was fairly spacious but was designed in a triangular shape, but there was plenty of work space.
Oddly, the safe was located in one of the desk drawers so it was not too deep or wide, but could store a small laptop or iPad.
The bathroom was rather large, and contained a large tub.
There was also a handheld and rainfall shower head shower.
Amenities were also placed in one of the drawers in the bathroom.
There was a Japanese style toilet with motion sensors, so every time you entered the toilet the seat would be raised.
The view from the room wasn’t the greatest, but as I was only there for one night the view was not all that important.
The Grand Club is on the smaller side with somewhat limited seating.
Nuts and candies were on offer in the afternoon. Cookies and other desserts were also available. There is a cooler containing drinks.
For Hyatt Diamond members, breakfast is offered in the Grand Club and included bacon and sausage, boiled eggs, vegetables, bread, miso soup, fruits and nuts, cereal, and congee.
The hotel is located in a somewhat quiet neighborhood. I did not hear any street noise from the room. Service was professional, if not a bit stuffy. I would not hesitate to stay here again, however.