The Park Hyatt hotel in Tokyo is the stuff that dreams are made of.
Stepping into the hotel is just like walking into a film. No wonder Sofia Coppola chose it as the décor of her 2003 movie, Lost in Translation. The space is dramatically grandiose, and oozes chic from every corner. Not the clinquant/glitzy kind; chic, here, manifests itself in the form of noble materials and earthy tones. Hushed voices, soft ambiance, grand spaces… And that wonderful, wonderful New York Bar, where Scarlett and Bill could be sitting, having cocktails. Located at the 52nd floor of the Park Tower building in Tokyo’s Shinjuku district, it offers an ideal view over the tentacular city.