A trendy yet surprisingly homey oasis in the middle of Ginza, the Hyatt Centric Ginza Tokyo offers a great location and an impeccably delicious breakfast
Nestled among the abundance of high-end storefronts that render Ginza a shopping mecca for both locals and word travelers, the Hyatt Centric Ginza is an oasis of cool calm in the usually sensory overload-prone Tokyo. When the sun goes down, neighbourhood dwellers’ consumption needs shift from elegant handbags to elegant cocktails, Ginza’s other specialty: the area is overflowing with secretly located, high-end cocktail bars found within at-first-glance-anonymous buildings.
Overindulged in the barman’s concoctions? The accommodating and modern-looking rooms at the Hyatt Centric Ginza Tokyo will help prevent a hangover. Expect rather large accomodations (especially when compared to the country's traditional ryokans, Japanese-style inns) equipped with fancy technologies: showers operated by on/off buttons, dimmers and in-room iHomes are found among the pop of colours that add a touch of edginess to the space. A rather well-stocked on-site gym rounds out the hotel’s amenities.
The hotel bar, NAMIKI667, and the eponymous restaurant are ideal spots to wind down after a day spent perusing the electrifying city, following the concierge’s excellent suggestions.
Time Out tip: Eat breakfast at the hotel each morning. Western with a touch of Japanese flavours, the food offerings include all sorts of eggs, fish, fruits, pastries and, of course, marvelous Japanese treats (think congee, warabi mochi, seasoned cod roe and natto, among others).
Orchard Ginza: For delicious drinks concocted with your choice of seasonal fruit by the husband and wife duo that owns the place
Café de l'Ambre: For a traditional experience at a kissaten (an old-school coffee shop), complete with their speciality aged coffee
Nataraj Restaurant: For really good Indian food (vegetarian options abound) that will satisfy your hunger pangs when the sashimi won’t do
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6-6-7 Ginza, Chuo-ku