Hyatt Place Debuts in Japan

The 10-story development marks the company’s 24th property in Asia. The property provides convenient access to Haneda Airport and Narita Airport.
Rendering of Hyatt Place Tokyo Bay. Photo courtesy of Hyatt
Hyatt Place Tokyo Bay. Rendering courtesy of Hyatt

Hyatt Hotels Corp. has opened its first Hyatt Place in Japan. The 10-story Hyatt Place Tokyo Bay features 363 keys including three suites.

Located on the southeast side of Urayasu City, the hotel is adjacent to Urayasu-shi Sogo Park and provides convenient access to Tokyo Disney Resort, situated 2.5 miles away. Additionally, Hyatt Place Tokyo Bay is approximately 12 miles from Haneda Airport and 31 miles from Narita Airport.

Common-area amenities include free Wi-Fi, business center, two meeting rooms totaling roughly 2,000 square feet of meeting space, a rooftop bar and a 24-hour fitness center. Additionally, the hotel offers Gallery Kitchen for all-day dining, Gallery Market and a sushi and teppanyaki restaurant.

The opening of the hotel marks the company’s 24th Hyatt property in Asia, with the first Hyatt-brand in Japan opened in 1980. Hyatt also plans to make its Malaysia debut in 2019 with the Hyatt Place Melaka Gateway. Back in May, Hyatt announced plans to open its first Lisbon hotel.