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Hyatt House Tokyo Shibuya Opens in Japan [Category 4 Property]

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Hyatt is continuing its expansion in Japan with the opening of a Hyatt House in Shibuya, the heart of Tokyo.

Here’s what you need to know.

Hyatt House Brand Debut in Tokyo

Hyatt House Tokyo Shibuya has 126 guest rooms and suites. All rooms have a kitchen, washer and dryer, microwave, and refrigerator. Amenities include a bar, restaurant, fitness center and a pool.

The hotel is steps from Shibuya Station, a main thoroughfare in Tokyo providing access to tourist attractions and shopping. The hotel is approximately an hour by public transit to Tokyo Haneda Airport (HND).

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 “Hyatt House Tokyo Shibuya is perfect for short- to long-term stays, offering convenience, comfort and community to domestic and international business and leisure travelers looking for living accommodations in Tokyo’s exciting Shibuya area,” said Sam Sakamura, vice president of Japan and Micronesia at Hyatt.

The opening of Hyatt House Tokyo Shibuya becomes Hyatt’s 20th hotel in Japan. Hyatt has an impressive portfolio across the country, with brands such as Grand Hyatt, Park Hyatt, and Hyatt Regency.

Hot Tip:

To celebrate Hyatt House Tokyo Shibuya’s opening, you can earn 500 bonus points for qualifying nights between February 26 and May 31.

How to Book Hyatt House Tokyo Shibuya

Hyatt House Tokyo Shibuya is now open for guests and is part of the World of Hyatt loyalty program. That means you can earn and redeem points during your hotel stay.

Cash rates are pretty high for a Hyatt House, starting at $400 per night in June. That means you’ll want to use points here. The hotel is a Category 4 property, meaning award nights start at 12,000 points per night on off-peak nights and up to 18,000 points on peak nights.

You can also redeem a Category 1-4 Certificate for a night at the hotel. You can earn a Category 1-4 Certificate in several ways:

  • Participating in the Brand Explorer promo
  • Staying 30 qualifying nights or earning 50,000 Base Points in a calendar year
  • Earning a Category 1-4 free night certificate each year you hold The World of Hyatt Credit Card and pay the annual fee. (You can earn another certificate annually after spending $15,000 on the card).

While World of Hyatt points aren’t the easiest to earn, they are 1 of the most valuable hotel points out there. You can earn World of Hyatt points by transferring Bilt Rewards or Chase Ultimate Rewards to the program or having a co-branded Hyatt credit card.

Final Thoughts

A new Hyatt property has opened in Tokyo, and it’s a terrific deal with World of Hyatt points. The Hyatt House brand isn’t one of Hyatt’s fanciest — but it’s certainly a great option for budget travelers looking for a familiar brand.

If you’re looking for a place to stay in Tokyo, Hyatt House Tokyo Shibuya is certainly a solid choice!

The information regarding The World of Hyatt Credit Card was independently collected by Upgraded Points and not provided nor reviewed by the issuer.

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