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Tokyo Summer 2024: Snooze with Snorlax in a Pokémon Sleep Suite!

Tokyo Summer 2024: Snooze with Snorlax in a Pokémon Sleep Suite!

Date published: 19 May 2024

What? Pokémon Sleep is evolving! The cozy phone app has taken things to the next level with adorable Pokémon Sleep rooms and food at Grand Hyatt Tokyo.


There will be themed rooms, special restaurant meals, and packages with exclusive plushies and items to take home. So let’s take a look at what exactly to expect from the cuddly rooms this summer.

Dream of Pikachu and Snuggle with Snorlax

Dream of Pikachu and Snuggle with Snorlax

This July and August at Grand Hyatt Tokyo in Roppongi, some rooms will be transformed to create an exclusive Pokémon Sleep-themed experience.

If you haven’t already heard, Pokémon Sleep is an adorable sleep tracking app that puts your hours of snoozing towards the “drowsy power” of your Snorlax, which means more Pokémon appear to snooze with you. Now, you can snooze right alongside those Pokémon, and even take some home with you!

The Pokémon Sleep packages at Grand Hyatt Tokyo take direct inspiration from the app, complete with dozing Pokémon throughout the rooms.

There will be two different packages: The Pokémon Sleep Stay, and the Pokémon Sleep Suite Stay, both available from July 1 to August 31 (last check-out day September 1).

The Pokémon Sleep Stay

A Snorlax blanket to snuggle at the Pokémon Sleep Stay (not to take home)
A Snorlax blanket to snuggle at the Pokémon Sleep Stay (not to take home)

The Pokémon Sleep Stay standard plan takes place in the King or Twin rooms, which are a spacious 42m², but can be moved to other rooms of your choice. The room will be decorated with cute and relaxing Pokémon Sleep decorations including a giant dozing Snorlax blanket on the bed to lend you his drowsy powers after a day of Tokyo travels.

As part of the Pokémon Sleep Stay, you’ll also get one Pokémon Sleep set per room as part of the collaboration, which includes a cute tote bag, oversized tee, and a mini wellness bag with relaxing items like herbal tea and bath salts.

Price per night (2 guests): from 71,500 yen

The Pokémon Sleep Suite Stay

The giant Snorlax plushie is waiting for you at the Pokémon Sleep Suite Stay (not to take home)
The giant Snorlax plushie is waiting for you at the Pokémon Sleep Suite Stay (not to take home)

If you want to level up your stay and surround yourself with sleepy squishy Pokémon, then you can instead opt for the Pokémon Sleep Suite Stay. Held in the luxurious 120m² Chairman Suite, you’ll be greeted by a giant Snorlax plushie and a glamping-style living area, complete with soft and fluffy grass-like carpet to lounge on.

Goodies to take home with the Suite, along with four plushies
Goodies to take home with the Suite, along with four plushies

The suite stay comes with the same Pokémon Sleep set, but upgraded with an original backpack. In addition you’ll get four adorable Pokémon Sleep plushies to take home with you, and access to the club lounge and other premium facilities.

As for food, the Stay includes the breakfast buffet with special Pokémon Sleep themed pancakes, while the Suite Stay comes with a special Pokémon Sleep themed dinner and breakfast delivered straight to the room.

Price per night (2 guests): from 270,050 yen

A Taste of the Pokémon Sleep World

If you’ve already got your accommodation sorted but want to have a taste of what’s on offer, restaurants throughout the Grand Hyatt Tokyo will be serving Pokémon Sleep themed food and drink to join in the fun.

The special menu items will be available at The Oak Door, Fiorentina, and Fiorentina Pastry Boutique.

Jigglypuff’s Seasonal Fruit Flan (3,520 yen)
Jigglypuff’s Seasonal Fruit Flan (3,520 yen)

Fiorentina will be serving the cut and fruity Jigglypuff’s Seasonal Fruit Flan (3,520 yen) alongside a Craft Soda Pop or Neroli’s Flavored Tea, with a cute Pokémon Sleep Luncheon Mat. Whereas Fiorentina Pastry Boutique will have a selection of biscuits and sweet treats in different Pokémon Sleep designs.

The Snorlax Burger is a 460g creation inspired by the Snorlax’s own weight, said to be 460kg! (6,600 yen)
The Snorlax Burger is a 460g creation inspired by the Snorlax’s own weight, said to be 460kg! (6,600 yen)

For something a little more substantial, The Oak Door will be serving the impressive Snorlax Burger Set (6,600 yen) and Pikachu Dessert Burger Set (4,400 yen). The Snorlax Burger has the ever-sleepy Snorlax design on top surrounded by his signature blue, while the Pikachu Dessert Burger is stuffed full of sweet treats all in a bun in classic Pikachu yellow.

The Pikachu Dessert Burger is filled with fresh cream, banana, pineapple, chocolate sauce and salted caramel sauce. (4,400 yen)
The Pikachu Dessert Burger is filled with fresh cream, banana, pineapple, chocolate sauce and salted caramel sauce. (4,400 yen)

Location and Booking Information

  • Book a Pokémon Sleep package at the official Grand Hyatt Tokyo website
  • Available period: July 1 to September 1 (final check-out), 2024
  • Pokémon Sleep Stay price: from 71,500 yen (1 night, 1 room, 2 guests; prices subject to change depending on availability and other factors.)
  • Pokémon Sleep Suite Stay price: from 270,050 yen (1 night, 1 room, 2 guests)
  • Pokémon Sleep official website: https://www.Pokémonsleep.net/en/

Notes:
*All photos courtesy of ©Pokémon. Nintendo/Creatures Inc./GAME FREAK Inc. Pocket Monster and Pokémon are registered trademarks of Nintendo, Creatures and Game Freak.
*All prices include tax but do not include the 15% service charge or accommodation tax
*Some menu items are limited per person per day
*Online reservations for restaurants and rooms open from April 23, 2024
*Room packages do not include dining options for children under the age of 12

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    Grand Hyatt Tokyo
    グランドハイアット東京
    • Address 6-10-3 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 106-0032
    • Nearest Station Roppongi Station (Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line / Toei Oedo Line)
      10 minutes on foot

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Written by:

Cassandra Lord

Cassandra Lord

Cassandra Lord is a British journalist specialising in food, travel, and culture, and has been in Japan for five years after studying Japanese at Edinburgh University for four. With a year of experience as co-editor for LIVE JAPAN, Cassandra has since transitioned to freelance writing, contributing to a variety of platforms including The Japan Times and Tokyo Weekender. During her time in Japan she has visited 25 prefectures, with a goal to eventually visit all 47. She also manages her own YouTube channel, "Cassandra Lord", which is dedicated to all things related to Japanese culinary culture. She also works as a translator and photographer. Website: https://cassandralord.com/. YouTube: @cassandra_lord. Instagram: @incassieskitchen.

*This information is from the time of this article's publication.
*Prices and options mentioned are subject to change.
*Unless stated otherwise, all prices include tax.

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