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Park Hyatt Tokyo

Jouin Manku was commissioned to lead the transformation of the Park Hyatt Tokyo, a veritable jewel of upscale Japanese hospitality, to mark its 30th anniversary.
Park Hyatt Tokyo has announced the renovation of its rooms and facilities throughout the property from spring 2024. The hotel will suspend operations from May 7, 2024, and is scheduled to reopen in Q2 2025.
We are very grateful for the opportunity to renovate the Park Hyatt Tokyo and participate in the exciting future of this iconic hotel. We look forward to working with the hotel team to create an elegant and unique design experience for guests, while respecting John Morford's original vision.

Patrick Jouin & Sanjit Manku - Jouin Manku

About Park Hyatt Tokyo

High in the sky above Japan's busiest city is Park Hyatt Tokyo. With its dramatic perch on the top 14 floors of the 52-story Shinjuku Park Tower, the hotel affords sweeping views of the metropolis and Mt. Fuji. Conveniently located in the heart of Shinjuku, Tokyo's major transportation hub and business and entertainment district, it offers an unparalleled level of comfort and personalized service. Designed primarily as a private urban residence, the hotel and its 177 guestrooms including its 23 suites are distinguished in their modern interior design and private art collection.