I stayed at this hotel for three nights, whilst I waited for my ship to return to Yokosuka on arriving at the hotel I needed to extend my stay, and I must say the staff seamed to go out their way to accommodate me as the web indicated that the hotel was full, the staff needed to spend some time shifting rooms, but throughout the process were friendly and helpful. Whilst the rooms are small, they are certainly comfortable and manageable, the double bed was comfortable enough and had enough room on both sides of the bed, unlike some Japanese hotels were you will find beds pushed in the corner. The bathroom is small but very clean and functional. The only thing I wouldn’t recommend is the breakfast buffet option as this seemed to be lacking range. All in all you don’t have many chooses to stay in Yokosuka, the rooms are fine, the staff speak English and this hotel is pretty well located, near the train station and the Naval base.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Part of the striking Bay Square Complex, which includes the Yokosuka Arts Theatre, Mercure Yokosuka is a prominent feature in the city skyline. With the largest ballroom in the area and abundant facilities, the hotel is ideal for meetings and features restaurant and lobby lounge, plus 160 rooms. Located minutes from the Yokosuka naval bases and one hour from central Tokyo by train, Mercure Yokosuka offers easy access to shopping and the Honcho entertainment district. ... more less
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