Hyatt Opens Hyatt Regency Tokyo Bay Following Renovation

USA, Chicago, Illinois. August 18, 2021

Hyatt Hotels Corporation (NYSE:H) announced the opening of Hyatt Regency Tokyo Bay. The newly renovated 350-room urban resort is located in Urayasu city in the Chiba Prefecture and offers panoramic views of Tokyo Bay. It is close to premier attractions such as Tokyo Disney Resort®, the entertainment and shopping district of Odaiba, and Makuhari Messe, one of Japan's largest convention centers. The property is just 30 minutes by train or car from central Tokyo.

Hyatt Regency Tokyo Bay is the eighth Hyatt Regency branded hotel in Japan. Hyatt is strategically growing its presence across the country from major cities to resort destinations, including in Tokyo, Osaka, Yokohama, Kyoto, Hakone, and Okinawa.

"We are proud to introduce the Hyatt Regency brand in Urayasu city and to welcome guests to this urban oasis which, with its picturesque views of Tokyo Bay, offers guests and their families a premium experience," said Haruhiko Fujino, general manager, Hyatt Regency Tokyo Bay. "The hotel is ideal for guests looking for a comfortable and relaxing getaway close to Tokyo and is a convenient base for visiting attractions in the area. Hyatt Regency Tokyo Bay has been thoughtfully designed to provide seamless productivity and peace of mind, allowing our guests to make special memories with their loved ones."

Guestrooms

Hyatt Regency Tokyo Bay features 350 guestrooms, including 10 spacious suites starting at 581 square feet (54 square meters to 1,733 square feet (161 square meters) and 40 club rooms on the ninth floor and above. The Regency Club lounge, located on the ground floor, has a garden view and offers exclusive experiences for guests staying in a suite or club rooms. Many guestrooms have ocean views with some offering a spacious terrace. There are also guestrooms with three beds for more space and kid-friendly rooms with fun amenities including a tented bed to keep children entertained. The contemporary interiors are rendered in natural woods with highlights of blue and teal, inspired by the refreshing views of Tokyo Bay.

Dining

With four restaurants and bars, the hotel features a range of culinary experiences to tempt the taste buds of every guest. Exciting international cuisine with a European flair can be enjoyed at The Garden Brasserie & Bar, an all-day dining restaurant based on the concept of an European brasserie surrounded by lush greenery with seats facing a park. Sushi Ema is a traditional Edomae sushi restaurant where guests can enjoy carefully selected seasonal ingredients while seated at a counter crafted from a single hinoki cypress plank in a tasteful Japanese setting. At Teppanyaki Fukitei, chefs prepare creative and dynamic meals with premium Matsusaka beef, seafood and seasonal vegetables that are prepared to highlight their unique flavors. The Rooftop Bar offers a resort-like atmosphere with a panoramic view of Tokyo Bay and is an ideal spot to enjoy a cocktail.

Meetings and Events

Along with the Garden Terrace suited for outdoor gatherings, Hyatt Regency Tokyo Bay offers two function rooms, each spanning 1,055 square feet (98 square meters) totaling 2,110 square feet (196 square meters) of event space.

Equipped with projectors, audio equipment and soundproofing, the meeting spaces can be used for hosting virtual meetings and presentations, a formal dinner, or after-wedding party - all supported by Hyatt's catering expertise and exceptional service.

Fitness

Hyatt Regency Tokyo Bay offers a 24-hour fitness center with modern equipment and a stretching area for yoga and weight training. Guests can also enjoy a refreshing run on the jogging paths along the seafront.

Media Contact:

Subscribe to our newsletter
for more Hotel Newswire articles

Related News

Choose a Social Network!

The social network you are looking for is not available.

Close
Coming up in November 2021...

Architecture & Design: Wellness is Key


Like every other facet of hotel operations, architecture and design firms are adapting their work to ensure the safety and well-being of both guests and staff. New ways to bring Wellness into hotel spaces are being explored and these solutions are taking on many forms. Hotel designs are incorporating more open floor plans, open air spaces, high ceilings, outdoor areas and operable walls into their spaces. Guests no longer want to be packed into tight areas. More "biophilic" elements are also being incorporated, offering guests the sense of being outdoors. Another trend is the reimagining of guest rooms to support remote work capabilities. Some hotels are converting empty guest rooms into office spaces, complete with effective lighting and suitable backgrounds for video conferencing. Dedicated Zoom Rooms are also becoming increasingly popular. The main goal is to provide guests with a positive experience in a space that feels safe and comfortable. These are some of the architecture and design subjects that will be covered in the November issue of the Hotel Business Review.