New Otani Inn Yokohama is a completely non-smoking, environment-friendly and high-quality hotel of next generation. It is just one minute walk from Sakuragi-cho station and is located inside of “Colette Mare” shopping plaza. Enjoy the inspiring view of Minato Mirai district from sea-view rooms. Try our original western cuisine and special sweets at “Shitamachi Dining & Café The Sea, designed as a cabin of a foreign ship. Enjoy delicious foods while viewing Minato Mirai.
Navios Yokohama is located in Yokohama and about 3 minutes on foot from Bashamichi Station.
The hotel is located near Minato Miral area.
All areas offer free LAN internet. Guests may borrow conveniences such as humidifiers and irons at no additional charge.
(please inquire at the front desk for details). Facilities include a coin laundry. The hotel possesses 135 guest rooms.
Yokohama Sakuragi-cho Washington Hotel is located at the gate of Minato Mirai 21 area, a large seaside urban area with plenty of attractions, including the tallest and most popular skyscraper of Yokohama - Landmark Tower, the offices of leading world companies, delicious restaurants and exciting shopping malls. Both leisure and business travlellers will be fully satisfied with the convenient loicating, cosy rooms and Japanese hospitality offered at Washigton Hotel.
With its easy one-minute access from Minato MIrai station, Yokohama Bay Hotel Tokyu offers a variety of rooms with ocean view and splendid sunset of Minato Mirai area, delicious restaurants and Japanese hospitality.
The InterContinental Yokohama Grand, situated in the Minato Mirai district of Yokohama, opened in 1991 as the first hotel of the InterContinental Hotels Group in Japan.
The hotel exterior, which evokes the image of a white sail against the blue sea, is today a landmark in the Yokohama downtown area. We look forward to welcoming you to our relaxed and elegant facility by the sea.
[Yokohama Grand Intercontinental Hotel ]
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