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If you haven’t already guessed by now, I’m a really big fan of Hyatt-brand hotels. Big enough to stay at three different Hyatt properties in Tokyo during my epic trip to Japan. With Hyatt Diamond status and perks like free breakfast, suite upgrades and bonus points to help sweeten the deal, I eagerly booked two nights at the Park Hyatt Tokyo; two nights at the Grand Hyatt Tokyo, Roppongi; and two nights at the Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills.


So, how’d they stack up? Check out the video below for a sneak peek at each property and my tips for booking your own stay.

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Have you stayed at any of these Tokyo Hyatt hotels? Which one is your favorite? Sound off below.

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