Hyatt Place Tokyo Bay opens as brand debut In Japan

Hyatt Hotels Corporation opened Hyatt Place Tokyo Bay, marking the debut of the Hyatt Place brand in Japan.

Aside from designing the staff uniforms, Japanese fashion designer Junko Koshino also produced key art for the interior of the hotel.   

With rooms overlooking Tokyo Bay, the 10-story hotel has 363 guestrooms, including three suites. The rooms have separate spaces for sleeping and working as well as a Cozy Corner sofa-sleeper. Free Wi-Fi is available in the guestrooms.

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For dining, the property has the Gallery Kitchen, a 24/7 restaurant with two private rooms that can accommodate from 14 to 60 people; Gallery Market; 9 Dot Bar; and Rooftop Bar, which has views of Tokyo Bay on the hotel’s rooftop terrace.

For events, the property has 2,110 square feet (196 square meters) of meeting space.

Other amenities include a 24-hour gym with cardio equipment with LCD touchscreens.

Masaki Kato is the GM of Hyatt Place Tokyo Bay.

Located in Urayasu City in Chiba Prefecture, Hyatt Place Tokyo Bay is near central Tokyo, offering a resort-like atmosphere with views of Tokyo Bay. The hotel is also located between both of Tokyo’s airports, 21 miles (34 kilometers) from Haneda Airport and 34 miles (55 kilometers) from Narita Airport. The property is also less than 2.5 miles (4 kilometers) from Tokyo Disney Resort.

Photo credit: Hyatt Hotels Corporation

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