Welcome Points and Pixie Dust Readers

Today marks the achievement of two significant milestones at Tokyo Hyatt Fan:  the one month anniversary of the start of this site, and our first guest post on another site!  To all of my current readers, please check out my article on Points and Pixie Dust, where I talk about some of the lesser known benefits available during a Park Hyatt Tokyo stay.  Many thanks to Kendra for the invitation!

To new readers visiting from her site, welcome!  This blog is dedicated to extolling the virtues of the Tokyo-area Hyatt hotels and resorts.  For those unfamiliar with Tokyo Hyatt hotels, there are articles to tempt you into coming to Tokyo for a visit.  For those that are already on their way, there are articles to help you maximize your benefits and enjoyment of your stay.  And there are some articles ranting about the Hyatt website, because everybody that spends enough time on it does so at some point.

The biggest Tokyo Hyatt event of the decade is happening this Wednesday (late Tuesday night in America) with the opening of the Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills, the fourth Tokyo Hyatt hotel, and the first Andaz branded hotel in Japan.  Very little is known about this hotel, but Tokyo Hyatt Fan will be providing non-stop, real-time coverage through this blog and Twitter, answering every question that readers might have.  Please stop by and check out all the news on Tokyo’s newest luxury hotel as it happens!

Thanks for reading, and enjoy your stay!

4 thoughts on “Welcome Points and Pixie Dust Readers

  1. Hi, just wondering if you have an Instagram account too? Would love to see the Andaz pics there.

    • Hi Lola. Hope you are enjoying the site!

      No Instagram yet, I will likely just be posting the pictures on here and on my Twitter page for now. Maybe I will have time to research some new functionality after #Andazamania.

  2. Thanks for your reply to my question under your log entry for Hyatt Regency Atrium suite. I am getting very frustrated for booking a hotel room for a family of four. Even with suite upgrade certificate and good suite rooms availability on my travel dates, we are not allowed to stay in a suite because “exceeds maximum # of people allowed (maximum = 3)”. We have to book 2 rooms instead, which will be over my budget for both points and money. Any suggestions for getting a family stay together in one suite room? Thanks!

    • Hi again Hui. Sorry to see that you’re having difficulty with your booking.

      If you do find suite availability, I would contact tokyo.regency@hyatt.com directly to ask. This hotel has accommodated children in a suite room for us in the past, even though the official maximum occupancy of the suite is 2. If the rate is refundable, book it first and then mail them to ask.

      I do know that Grand Hyatt Tokyo does allow two adults and two children even in their base room. Also, the Grand Club Lounge is much better for feeding a family of four than the Regency Club Lounge. Not as affordable as the Hyatt Regency, but if you use Points + Cash you can get the rate down to 15000 yen + 12000 points a night, and still use the Diamond Suite Upgrade.

      If you’d like to use the Contact Form to send me your specific dates, I could look in more detail to see what other options you might have.

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