Hyatt House brand signs first Tokyo hotel


Hyatt House brand signs first Tokyo hotel

Saturday, 10 Feb, 2023 0

Hyatt Hotels Corporation inked a management agreement for a new Tokyo hotel.

It introduces Hyatt House Tokyo Shibuya in mid-2024.

The 126-room hotel is just steps from the famous Shibuya Scramble Crossing.

Hyatt House Tokyo Shibuya marks the debut of the brand in Tokyo.

Guestrooms range in size from 344 to 915 square feet with a well-equipped kitchen and living room.

The Tokyo hotel has a rooftop garden, indoor pool, lounge, bar, and restaurant.

Once open, Hyatt House Tokyo Shibuya will be the second Hyatt House-branded property in Japan, joining Hyatt House Kanazawa in Ishikawa prefecture.



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