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Best Hotels in Yokohama

Yokohama Hotels

Japan’s second largest city, Yokohama exists in slick cosmopolitan style just south of the bright lights and neon buzz of Tokyo. From its strikingly modern skyline mirroring off the bay to all the color, hustle and bustle of Chinatown – Yokohama has many facets. A city brimming with attractions and cultural treats, you don’t have to scratch the surface too much to find them. From heritage sites and local hidden gems, to futuristic malls, international restaurants, and immaculate green spaces – Yokohama is not to be overlooked.

Things to see

A world class convention center, Pacifico Yokohama is one of the city’s gleaming architectural marvels. With its curved and angular façade, the building sits in stark contrast to the sapphire blue water of Tokyo Bay. The International Stadium Yokohama has the biggest seating capacity of any stadium in Japan, with over 72,000 seats. Also known as the Nissan Stadium, it’s the home ground of the Yokohama F. Marino football team. For more entertainment on a large scale, take your seat at the Yokohama Arena. Just a short stroll from Shin-Yokohama Station, the arena hosts some of the glitziest names in music. A compact waterside amusement park, Yokohama Cosmo World is jam packed with colorful fun. With a white knuckle roller coaster and water rapid ride, the park’s main feature is its 369 foot high Ferris Wheel, which provides stunning views of the city and port. For an idyllic stroll amidst lush greenery, fountains, and floral finery, visit Yamashita Park.

Hotels in Yokohama

There’s a hotel in Yokohama to suit every visitor and their budget. Most of the accommodation here can be found within towering skyscrapers, many of which provide guests with twinkling cityscapes and glittering bay views. When it comes to the luxury hotels in Yokohama, floor to ceiling vistas are just the start. Expect the height of style and sophistication, with sumptuously kitted out suites and swish facilities - whether you want to swim, eat, or be pampered. The more modest digs are packed with amenities too, and provide all the standard mod-cons. This being Japan, WiFi and satellite LCD televisions are to be expected, along with high tech toilets.

Where to stay

A hotel in Yokohama’s Minato Mirai district puts you at the city’s buzzing epicenter. A cluster of shiny high rise buildings that form Yokohama’s distinctive skyline, here you’ll find the Landmark Building, along with some of the city’s best attractions and accommodation. What’s more, the shopping, restaurants, and culture haunts here are all top notch. Yokohama’s Chinatown is Japan’s largest. Amongst the busy, narrow, and colorful streets you’ll find all the charms you’d expect, from street vendors selling noodles to Chinese specialty stores. The city of Kawasaki sits between Yokohama and Tokyo. Often bypassed, here you’ll find the famous Kawasaki Daishi Temple, along with the Wakamiya Hachiman-gu Fertility Shrine.

How to get to Yokohama

Narita International Airport is the primary gateway into Japan for the majority of the country’s visitors. No surprise then that it’s particularly well connected, with flights throughout the world including major destinations in the United States and Europe. The quickest and most convenient way to get into Yokohama once you’ve landed is to take a train directly from the airport’s railway station. The Narita Express’ Yokosuka Line makes a stop in Yokohama Station, which is just a short way away from the city center. The train takes around 1.5 hours to get there, and fares are reasonably priced considering the distance.

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