Hyatt House Tokyo Shibuya

Hyatt House Opens Its Doors in Tokyo Shibuya, Offering Extended Stay Comfort

Hyatt Hotels Corporation proudly announces the launch of Hyatt House Tokyo Shibuya, marking the brand’s first foray into Tokyo and adding a new dimension to its portfolio with the city’s first Hyatt House-branded property. This new addition follows the opening of Hyatt House Kanazawa and marks the twentieth Hyatt property in Japan, reinforcing the brand’s commitment to expanding its presence in the region.

Featuring 126 apartment-style guestrooms, including 18 suites, Hyatt House Tokyo Shibuya is designed for both short and extended stays. Each room is a spacious haven of comfort, equipped with a kitchen, washer/dryer, microwave, and refrigerator, ensuring guests have everything they need to feel at home. The thoughtful layout includes a generously sized bathroom with separate areas for shower and toilet, enhancing the living experience for guests.

Beyond the comfort of their rooms, guests at Hyatt House Tokyo Shibuya can enjoy a range of on-site amenities. The hotel boasts a 24/7 fitness center and an indoor pool, complete with views of a rooftop garden, offering guests a serene escape from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Located in the heart of Shibuya, one of Tokyo’s most vibrant and fashionable districts, Hyatt House Tokyo Shibuya offers unparalleled access to the city’s bustling life. The hotel’s prime location near Shibuya Station puts guests steps away from the famed scramble crossing, trendy shops, dining, and entertainment options. With Harajuku and Meiji Jingu Shrine nearby, and Shinjuku just a short train ride away, guests are perfectly positioned to explore Tokyo’s rich cultural and entertainment offerings.

Hyatt House Tokyo Shibuya is part of the new Shibuya Sakura Stage complex, a project by Tokyu Land Corporation that symbolizes the dynamic redevelopment of Shibuya. With direct access to Shibuya Station via a pedestrian walkway, guests have convenient connections to Tokyo’s extensive train network, making the hotel an ideal base for both leisure and business travelers.

For dining, Moss Cross Tokyo presents a casual yet delightful setting for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, blending modern Japanese-French cuisine with premium ingredients. The hotel’s H Bar and the 24-hour H Market in the lobby offer guests a variety of dining and snacking options, catering to all tastes and schedules.

“We are delighted to announce the opening of the twentieth Hyatt hotel in Japan, Hyatt House Tokyo Shibuya, as part of Tokyu Land Corporation’s Shibuya Sakura Stage project in the heart of Shibuya, one of Tokyo’s most exciting districts. Hyatt House Tokyo Shibuya is perfect for short- to long-term stays, offering convenience, comfort and community to domestic and international business and leisure travelers looking for living accommodations in Tokyo’s exciting Shibuya area,” said Sam Sakamura, Hyatt’s vice president Japan and Micronesia.

“The Shibuya redevelopment project is a once-in-a-century undertaking,” said Tatsuaki Tanaka, executive officer of Tokyu Land Corporation’s Wellness Promotion Unit.

“Hyatt House Tokyo Shibuya will open today in Shibuya Sakura Stage, the final piece in the redevelopment of central Shibuya. This multifaceted complex will not only be the only residential building in central Shibuya but will also house offices for 10,000 people and commercial facilities offering diverse new experiences. It will even have a vibrant green plaza unique to the area. Hyatt House Tokyo Shibuya will be a key contributor to the international character of this area, allowing visitors from around the world to experience the enjoyment and convenience of living in Shibuya.”

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