For 25 years, Park Hyatt Tokyo has been creating custom-designed weddings and one-of-a-kind romantic moments that reflect the passion, uniqueness, and soul of each couple.
To celebrate the hotel’s Jubilee (25th Anniversary), couples are invited to commemorate their special day with the Jubilee at the Park package – This package is ideal for sophisticated and travel loving couples seeking intimate destination weddings of 50 or more guests, to be held from now until December 2019.
The Jubilee Package includes:
- 5-Course Menu with bar service
- Wedding Cake
- Table design and flowers
- Hair & Make-Up for the bride
- Wedding accessories (flower bouquet)
- Wedding photos
- Banquet/Wedding Room
This special package, coordinated by Park Hyatt Tokyo’s exceptional wedding coordinator also includes a complimentary 2-night stay at a Park Suite with daily breakfast as well as 50,000 bonus points toward the World of Hyatt loyalty program. What better way to ring in life together than with this incredible experience you’ll never forget?
The Park Hyatt Tokyo became part of the Park Hyatt family in 1994. Since its opening, it has been an elegant oasis of calm and luxury situated in Tokyo’s ward Shinjuku. The 177-room hotel spans the 39th to 52nd floor of a glass tower designed by Kenzo Tange and played the backdrop to the 2003 hit movie Lost in Translation. The spacious rooms and suites were designed by John Morford and combine traditional elements of Japanese culture through uses of muted greens, neutral furnishings and paper-style lanterns that level up to an overall luxurious experience. The bathrooms feature green marble, granite and bright points of art. Visitors of the Park Hyatt Tokyo can enjoy 360 degree views of Mount Fuji and dazzling views of the city.
Relax at Park Hyatt Tokyo’s Club On the Park Spa and Fitness Centre that features a 26x65 foot swimming pool. Lounge by the pool or take a dip and see some of the most stunning views Tokyo has to offer. Dine at the hotel’s restaurant New York Grill that’s perched on the 52nd floor of the Park Hyatt Tokyo. Guests can enjoy a fine dining with views of Tokyo through floor-to-ceiling windows.