For the price, it was a pretty good room, close to a subway line and lots of restaurants. However, the bed was hard and the room was uncomfortably hot. We wanted to turn on the AC but the instructions were all in Japanese and no English. We ended up opening a window because we couldn't figure out how to stop hot air from coming out of the heater. The room was smaller than other hotels we stayed in on our trip.
Stayed at a standard double room. Room is small and this is something you are expected to stay in Japan but the temperature of air controller was not able to change by an individual room. Our room was hot but basically all you could was to turn off the air controller. Other than the air controller, the hotel is very close to a subway and places to eat.
The location is very good (easy walking distance to Kannai train station and close to Chinatown). The room was a little small even by Japanese standards. Breakfast was included and pretty good, lots of choices.
Located in a tourist resort conveniently located within both the city area and seaside area. Shops and restaurants within …More
Cute and fun adult hotel, busy around 9pm with young adult couples renting by the hour(sounds seedy but it was not at all) pool table and darts, food was pretty good and fair prices. The private tubes are cool and the room spa tub was awesome. Staff was very nice, spoke a little English too so that was even better.
Better directions have to be provided for the travellers to reach the hotel.
If you take a taxi from Yokohama station it should be between 1500-2000 yen.
Another way is to take JR Keyhin-Tohoku like to Kannai station. Once you get off on Kannai station, preferrably to the right side of the platform if you are moving from Yokohama, cross the street and find the fancy gates to the pedestrian street called Isazakecho, move about 4 blocks along the street and to your left right between the suchi bar and a small clothing shop, just before a tall narrow metal arch with bells (it's lighted green at night) there will be the entrance to the hotel.
Yokohama's Chinatown boasts being one of the biggest in the world, with more than 500 restaurants, groceries, and businesses lining the streets. The area's Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Cultural History offers an extensive collection of historical and cultural pieces, and the nearby multipurpose amphitheatre-style Yokohama Stadium seats 30,000 and is home to the Yokohama Bay Stars baseball team.
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