Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Kohoku, Court Hotel Shin-Yokohama is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its family-friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Court Hotel Shin-Yokohama makes it easy to enjoy the best of Kohoku.
Court Hotel Shin-Yokohama is a family-friendly hotel offering air conditioning and a refrigerator in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features a 24 hour front desk and a concierge. Plus, guests can enjoy breakfast, which has made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Kohoku. For guests with a vehicle, parking is available.
While staying at Court Hotel Shin-Yokohama, visitors can check out Saihoji Temple (1.4 mi) and Tsunashima Shinmeisha (2.4 mi), some of Kohoku's top attractions.
While in Kohoku, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Court Hotel Shin-Yokohama, including Kaseiro Takashimaya Shinyokohama (0.2 mi), Yoshushonin Shinyokohama (0.2 mi), and Hama Ichibanya (0.1 mi).
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Shinohara Joshi Ryokuchi (0.6 mi) or Rensho-ji Temple (1.1 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
Whether you’re traveling for business, pleasure or both, Court Hotel Shin-Yokohama is sure to make your visit to Kohoku one worth remembering.
The Court Hotel has a nice looking lobby and great staff. That is about it. The rooms are you typical Japanese business hotel however they haven't been updated since the 1980's. The hotel rooms are old and tired. The air conditioning isn't really good. The bathrooms are small and the showers are not that good. The only good thing is that it is close to the train station and Yokohama Stadium. It's about a 5 min walk to both. There plenty of restaurants and coffee shops nearby including a number of 7-11's and Family Marts.
Booked here for the rugby and was surprised to be able to get a double room at very short notice. Rooms are tiny and smelly, I think we somehow ended up in a smoking room, we had to leave the window open for the 2 days/nights we were there. The bathroom smelt like drains too. It's really old and tired. Reception is lovely, clean and modern which is a bit deceiving initially. Reception staff are very polite, as you would expect in Japan. Breakfast was included in our deal and you have to go to the ground floor to the restaurant. It was quite basic.
Came to Yokohama for the rugby world cup and there wasn't much choice around. Remarkably, I found this place, which is super close to the stadium. This hotel is totally old school - not that the asset is THAT old, perhaps 15-20 years I guess, but it just seemed designed for a different era - from drab hallways to plain-jane lift to step-up modular bathrooms. My room did NOT look anything like the room pics which the property put forward on Tripadvisor!!!! Far from it! It was a room from the 80s! The room key is a REAL key - on a plastic dongle. Have not seen that for, what, 30 years?? Still, all was clean, service was fine (and English-speaking), and the ground floor has a very interesting looking restaurant.
The bathrooms seems very old, the staff was not the most helpful. I asked them if they can print our boarding passes and they said no. Ok, I understand it is not their job to do so. but surely they could have been more helpful. When we check in they were saying we can pay at the checkout. But everyday when we went to reception they were asking for payment as if we would run away. I didnt like this for a bit. And second day we came after long day arounf 21.00 and they didnt want to give the room key until we pay. Come on, I entered by credit card details. If I disappeared surely they could take it out from my card. I found the reception staff not Friendly at all. The room is super small
Only about a 5 minute easy walk to the station, this hotel is a great option for anyone staying in Yokohama or western Tokyo given its easy access to transport, including the airport limousine coach from Haneda Airport. We found our rooms to be very clean and well appointed, remembering that hotel rooms are not large. As a couple we had booked the double room, but would have been better with a twin given one side of the double was against the wall. The breakfast is downstairs in their restaurant and it was great selection of Japanese and international offerings. Staff are very friendly but speak very limited English. I would recommend this accommodation.