Hyatt has announced the opening of its first Hyatt Place branded hotel in Japan.

Commenting on this new launch, Sam Sakamura, vice president, Hyatt, Japan and Micronesia said, “We are especially excited about this hotel opening as it marks the debut of the Hyatt Place brand in Japan, as well as the twenty-fourth Hyatt Place hotel in Asia.

“Japan welcomed its first Hyatt-branded property in 1980 and Hyatt has since grown its brand presence to thirteen hotels across seven Hyatt brands in Japan, now including Hyatt Place Tokyo Bay.”

Located in Urayasu City in Chiba Prefecture, Hyatt Place Tokyo Bay is a 30-minute drive from Central Tokyo, and is conveniently set up between Haneda Airport and Narita Airport.

Designed to offer a distinctive casual hospitality in a modern setting, the hotel features 363 guestrooms including three suites. Key art works for the hotel interior and colleague uniforms are crafted by well-known fashion designer, Junko Koshino.

The F&B offerings include Gallery Kitchen, a 24-hour family restaurant fitted with two private rooms which can accommodate from 14 to 60 people and Gallery Market serving sandwiches, salads, baked goods and take-out options. Guests can enjoy specialty cocktails, coffee, beer, and premium wine collection at 9 Dot Bar or head to the Rooftop Bar overlooking the stunning Tokyo Bay.

There are two meeting venues spread across 196 sqm of space; and a range of recreational amenities to enjoy.

As a part of World of Hyatt’s new hotel member offer, members have the opportunity to earn 500 bonus points for qualifying nights at Hyatt Place Tokyo Bay from July 1 to September 30, 2019.