Recharge in Luxury at the Hyatt Regency Tokyo

Being sick is no fun at all, especially when there is work to be done. Thankfully, the last time I found myself ill in Tokyo, I was checked into the Hyatt Regency hotel and it proved to be a perfect place to get some rest during a hectic week.

Located in Shinjuku, the Hyatt Regency Tokyo isn't far from shopping in Shibuya or popular sights like the Shinjuku Imperial Gardens and Meiji Shrine. Public transportation is close by (Shinjuku station) to help you access the rest of the city easily for either business or leisure. This large hotel boasts a pool, spa, barber shop, beauty salon, currency exchange and a variety of dining options.

What I enjoyed most about the hotel was its design. The rooms were modern and spacious and had a very spa-like quality to them. The colors, lighting and furnishings all had tranquil colors and created a calm atmosphere. The room had every convenience I needed from toiletries to snacks, which meant I was able to get some work done without having to do too much running around while under the weather. The staff was very friendly and accommodating, which always makes you feel like a welcomed guest.

Before turning in for the night, I enjoyed a warm bath in the room's fantastic tub that set me up for a restful night's sleep.

The next morning, I enjoyed the hotel's breakfast buffet, which included both Japanese and Western dishes as well as fresh fruits and juices. They made me an excellent latte to help me start the day feeling energized.

I have to say, if you're going to be sick (or just super busy), the Hyatt Regency Tokyo is a pretty good place to be. The hotel is quiet and the serene decor helped me get the rest I needed before another work-filled day. Check out this hotel for a business trip or even a "staycation" to help you escape for a little while.

Hyatt Regency Tokyo
2-7-2 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-Ku
Tokyo, Japan, 160-0023
Tel: +81 3 3348 1234

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