Concierge – Yokohama’s Finest and Quirkiest

Hotels in Yokohama:

Luxury Stays (source: http://youinjapan.net/)

The Yokohama Bay is in my opinion one of the most spectacular “modern” views of the whole country, and I think that passing a night “under the lights of Minato Mirai” is a very exciting experience.

InterContinental Yokohama Grand

This hotel is located in the heart of Minato Mirai, is in fact one of the skyscrapers which form the skyline, the sail-shaped one.
This is an upscale hotel with obviously quite high prices, but not unaffordable as you might imagine, depending on the period I have seen rooms on offer for around 15,000 yen.

 

 

Yokohama Royal Park Hotel 
One of the best hotels in the city, perhaps comparable to a western 5-star hotel, it is situated over the last 30 floors of the Landmark Tower.
The prices, though very high, are not just for millionaires, there are no single rooms but you might find double rooms on offer from “only” 20,000 yen per night, maybe you could stay there a night, so then you’ll be able to say that you have slept in Japan’s tallest building!

Want something unique?

Bayside Marina Hotel, Yokohama (source http://weburbanist.com/)

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Stacked, prefabricated modular units make up the modern ‘cottages’ at the Bayside Marina Hotel in Yokohama, designed by Yasutaka Yoshimura architects. The cottages are each placed at a unique angle so that every guest has a slightly different view of the bay. Now let’s look for a place to eat.

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