The new Hyatt Regency Tokyo Bay hotel has opened in Urayasu city in the Chiba Prefecture, marking the brand’s eight property in Japan.
The hotel is situated close to tourist destinations such as Tokyo Disney Resort, entertainment and shopping district Odaiba, and Makuhari Messe.
The newly renovated urban resort has 350 guestrooms, most of which offer ocean views, including ten suites in the 581ft2 to 1,733ft2 range.
The hotel also provides 40 club rooms on the ninth floor and above.
Other features include the Regency Club lounge on the ground floor and Garden Terrace for outdoor gatherings.
In addition, it has two 1,055ft2 event rooms that are equipped with necessary systems and tools to support virtual meetings and presentations, formal dinner and others.
The hotel also offers a 24-hour fitness centre, yoga area, space for weight training and jogging paths along the seafront.
Guests can enjoy a variety of culinary experiences at four restaurants and bars, namely The Garden Brasserie & Bar, Sushi Ema, Teppanyaki Fukitei and The Rooftop Bar.
The Garden Brasserie & Bar is an all-day dining restaurant; Sushi Ema is a traditional Edomae sushi restaurant; and Teppanyaki Fukitei offers meals prepared with premium Matsusaka beef, seafood and seasonal vegetables.
Hyatt Regency Tokyo Bay general manager Haruhiko Fujino said: “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.
“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.”
In April, the 255-room Hyatt Regency Zurich Airport The Circle opened in Switzerland.