The anniversary cocktail mixes yuzu-infused vodka, Aomori apple juice, Yamanashi sparkling wine, and Japanese pepper and costs 2,000JPY (just under $20).
Twenty years in, the New York Bar & Grill is still packed out with a mix of locals and visitors, which is not a bad run for a hotel restaurant & bar. We liked the recent addition of single tables around the open kitchen to watch the chefs in action and the views at the same time. Live jazz is played nightly (a cover charge of 2,200JPY ($22) applies from 8pm / 7pm on Sundays).
Rooms have withstood the test of time as well, thanks to their streamlined, uncluttered design, but with all the competition that has arrived since the mid-90s (even from within the Hyatt family), we can’t imagine Park Hyatt isn’t working on something to stay ahead of the game – something we heard whispers on as well.
A Park King Room at Park Hyatt Tokyo starts at around 50,000JPY ($500) a night. Weekend offers and advance purchase rates can dip just under that, but at busier times it goes up quickly from there.