See why so many travelers make HOTEL EDIT YOKOHAMA their hotel of choice when visiting Yokohama. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a charming setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and HOTEL EDIT YOKOHAMA makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and baggage storage. In addition, guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their visit.
Close to some of Yokohama's most popular landmarks, such as Bashamichi Shopping Destrict (0.2 mi) and Kishamichi Promenade (0.4 mi), HOTEL EDIT YOKOHAMA is a great destination for tourists.
If you like cafes, HOTEL EDIT YOKOHAMA is conveniently located near Eggs N Things Yokohama Yamashita Park, Bashamichijubankan, and Mrs Elizabeth Muffin.
Yokohama is also known for some great architectural buildings, including Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse, Landmark Tower, and Marine Tower, which are not too far from HOTEL EDIT YOKOHAMA.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at HOTEL EDIT YOKOHAMA as you experience all of the things Yokohama has to offer.
Hotel Edit is perfectly located. Almost everything of interest in Yokohama is in walking distance, and that’s so cool since walking is the way to get under the city’s skin. Rooms are tiny, but effectively build up, breakfast is up to standard and the service precise and smiley. And the price unbeatable if you are early with your reservation. Like it!
we booked 3 nites at the Edit and were pleasantly surprised. The price was reasonable, staff exceptional, location near perfect, rooms small by standards but well set up and very efficient. We highly recommend this businessman's boutique style hotel. Amenities like designer soap, gym and pool not here, but who cares? breakfast is extra charge but well worth the roughly $10 pp.
We choose this hotel for a 1 night stay pre-cruise. We booked a twin room to have some more space, but even that is small for our standards, very difficult to open our luggage, but the rrom amenities were very good. Basic breakfast. Short taxi ride to cruise terminal.
Our room was not what we booked (*2 beds). We were given a room with a small double bed . Desk agent unfriendly and not willing to resolve the problem. We are staying 2 nights. The lobby reading room sign reads “open welcome” but I was asked to leave while quietly reading a newspaper. We were seated for breakfast at the bar after the couple behind us was seated at a table. We are not rude Americans, loud nor Ill-dressed or otherwise considered culturally offensive, yet we are being treated very poorly. This is not how we have been treated in other hotels in Japan, including Tokyo. I do not recommend this hotel to foreigners.
I booked in knowing it was a small room so I wasn’t surprised when it was. It would be a challenge to have two people in here! Perfect for one though...... The staff were very friendly and kind. They offered me a towel on arrival as I was wet and bedraggled! I really enjoyed the breakfast. A lot of variety that catered for all my (and others) tastes. The pastries were delicious. I was attempting to be environmental so I didn’t get my room cleaned however they left a goodie bag on my door handle of things I might need. This was a lovely surprise. A few things need better cleaning - such as there was fluff on the wall underneath one of the spotlights. You probably only see it at night. Loved that the window opens a little to let some fresh, cool air in. Also enjoyed the communal lounge area. It had a lovely vibe and it was nice to sit there and relax.…