Having spent over 300+ nights in hotels in and around Tokyo/Yokohama over the decades, this is the absolute best in class in the below $200 a night hotel range. The rooms are the largest I have been by Japanese standards in the 3 - 4 star range. Rooms are very nice, amenities great, great free wifi, A/C quiet and effective, spacious work area and you can actually move around in the bathroom and there is a sitting area, which in Japanese hotels tends to be a luxury you have to pay a premium for. They gave me a beautiful Bay front room that overlooks Yamashita Park and the main entrance to Chinatown is a slow 3 minute walk as is the entrance to the metro, which can get you into Yokohama in 10 minutes and to downtown Tokyo comfortably in under 1 hour. When I am not splurging, this is my new spot. This is also my first review, but it was so well deserved!
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- The hotel offers a wonderful panoramic view of the port city of Yokohama, while the classic-modern design is based on the sister city of Vancouver, making for a relaxing and comfortable stay. Situated in the heart of Yokohama, close by are the gingko trees of Yamashita Park, while to the front you have a lovely view of the sea, allowing you to imagine explorers of days gone by setting sail across the vast oceans. ... more less
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