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Grand Hyatt Tokyo is an award-winning luxury hotel centrally located in Roppongi Hills, a multi-use complex housing shops, restaurants, a cinema, art museum and observatory. Roppongi Station is just a 3-minute walk away. Free WiFi is available in all rooms and guests also have access to the business centre on site. The stylish and modern rooms incorporate warm wood furnishings and Japanese aesthetics into the design. All rooms feature a private bathroom with a rain shower and deep soaking limestone bathtub that allows guests to relax after a long day. In addition, the room is equipped with a flat-screen TV, DVD player, safety deposit box, laptop charger, minibar and Japanese yukata robes. Complimentary mineral water bottles are provided. A range of services are available at the concierge desk and currency exchange is provided at the 24-hour front desk. Guests can enjoy spa treatments and massages at the Nagomi Spa and Fitness Center or relax by the indoor swimming pool that utilises natural stone designs. Grand Hyatt Tokyo offers 10 restaurants and bars that feature a variety of international cuisine including French, Italian, Chinese, steak meals, Japanese sushi, teppanyaki and seasonal kaiseki cuisine. Guests can enjoy dining at one of the open-air terraces or listen to live music in the jazz lounge Maduro. Tokyo Grand Hyatt is a 40-minute bus ride from Haneda Airport and a 90-minute ride from Narita Airport on the limousine bus (charges apply). Tokyo Station is a 25-minute train ride away.
As you can imagine, a trendy hair salon in Harajuku is a nice mix of the cutting-edge and the bizarre. Yuya Nara, one of Tokyo's best known hair stylists, works here and his expertise has garnered him a large celebrity clientele. You can buy quirky hair accessories here, including turbans and a range of wigs, and prices are decidedly reasonable. Be sure to make an appointment, particularly if you want to select a certain stylist. Closed on Tuesdays.
Tucked into Shinjuku's Golden Gai bar district is the famous La Jetee. The bar is tiny, with movie posters covering the walls, and is a popular hangout for journalists, photographers, and filmmakers. Francis Ford Coppola, Juliet Binoche, Wim Wenders, and Chris Marke, director of La Jettee, the 1962 film after which the bar was named, have all frequented this unique gem, which pays homage to French cinema. There is a reasonably priced food and drink menu, which when combined with the interesting company you will meet should equal a memorable night.
The next time you visit Tokyo, do check in at the Park Hyatt Tokyo for a slice of luxury. This lavish hotel is located in Shinjuku and offers guests with a sweeping view of Mount Fuji from their rooms. State-of-the-art amenities are provided in each room, consisting of plush bedding, a stylish bath, a mini-bar and televisions. There is an onsite spa as well as fitness facilities for guests looking to rejuvenate themselves. The hotel is well-connected to the rest of the city and is an ideal accommodation.