Finding an ideal luxury hotel in Nishi does not have to be difficult. Welcome to The Yokohama Bay Hotel Tokyu, a nice option for travellers like you.
Rooms at The Yokohama Bay Hotel Tokyu provide a flat screen TV, a minibar, and a refrigerator, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Pan Pacific Yokohama guests have access to 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge. You can also enjoy a pool and an on-site restaurant. Need a place to park? Parking is available at The Yokohama Bay Hotel Tokyu.
While in Nishi be sure to experience local yakitori favourites at Hanaya, Platinum Bird Yokohama, or Yamato.
Nishi is also home to Karuizawa Ancient Tomb Ruins, a popular historic site that is not too far from Yokohama Pan Pacific.
The Yokohama Bay Hotel Tokyu puts the best of Nishi at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
The bedroom immaculate clean The service was A1 The location of the hotel is superb. The food is of high standard and excellent vareity at breakfast .Everything you need is here.The train station is close enough to walk to and the undergtound is located in the Queens Centre. You can go through from the hotel to the centre
Stayed here for two nights and was impressed. Check in was quick given that there was a long queue. The rooms were large and from what I seen, all had great views. Didnt eat in the restaurant but the breakfast buffet was great with a huge selection. Would recommend for those looking to stay in the Yokohama Bay area.
Check in was super ,vey impressive and courteous. Was staying in a corner suite over looking the bay .was so disappointed when there was no water left in the room the second day and when called said it’s only given first day .we pay Same price for all 4 days and it was not cheap as it was during the World Cup rugby semi finals . 2 bottles is not going to kill them . Very disappointed. Also no coffee in the room only tea . The housekeeping staff had not cleaned the morning cups . Was vey surprised. . Stayed in the best of hotels and this is not accepted .
I stayed in this hotel for 3 nights having just arrived into Japan for the RWC. First impressions were as expected - a large modern hotel in a good location, though probably more aimed at business travellers than tourists. The service was fine, the hotel very clean and the room a very good size in terms of what I'd heard about Japanese bedrooms (better than I've since experienced in Tokyo). I booked a superior room so I guess this was expected. Location is good as it's part of a large shopping complex and next to some good areas for eating. A very short walk to the metro, literally metres, and a slightly longer walk to the bars and other shops within Minato Mirai. A really clean and vibrant area, allowing access to other Yokohama areas within minutes. Can't fault it really.…
We came for the rugby and for that was very well located as it is close to the fan zone. Think it is located in the CBD. A decent distance from where everything is happening next to yokohaama station. The hotel could do with some updating but otherwise nothing wrong with it. I would come back and stay based on the hotel cleanliness etc. The area I am not 100% sure.
I was booked into this hotel for a convention at the adjacent Pacifico convention center, but also wanted to meet friends. This was a great location, as the hotel was part of a big complex of the convention center and the Queen's shopping mall. It was also a short walk from the Cup Noodle Museum and the historic red brick warehouses (akarenga and now a small mall with boutique restaurants and shops). It is also near Sakuragi-cho and the Minato Mirai train station is within the Queen's shopping complex. The rooms are spacious and comfortable with minibar, minifridge, hot water pot, comfortable and spacious bathroom. Internet was excellent as was the service. We did not eat breakfast there, but took advantage of the food courts, cafes, shops and convenience stores in the Queen's mall which were all a short walk away (like going to a hotel restaurant or gift shop within a typical Las Vegas hotel, if that gives you a sense of the proximity and convenience). The only down side is that it seems to be a popular hotel for both families and meeting goers, so it can get crazy, but the staff seem to have it under control! Oh, and the hotel seems to offer a 'Handy phone' service, which is basically a smart phone with data that you are welcome to use both on and off site while you stay at the hotel. The Handy phone offers useful suggestions for touring and eating, plus the usual features of a smart phone such as mapping, messaging service and phone (but no SMS).…
Location of the hotel is very convenient for visitors. It is in Queen's mall which has enough shopping for different people's needs. And if that's not enough, can walk next door to Landmark shopping mall or across the street to another one. The minatomirai subway station is beneath the mall. So on a hot summer day, theoretically, you never need to be outside to get to the hotel if traveling by subway. Stayed in an Executive Twin Park view room and it had a great view of CosmoWorld. I actually like this view better than the Bay view rooms as the Park view rooms get more of a diverse view where you can see Cosmoworld, Yokohama city view and some harbor views. If you are traveling with family, this is probably a view your kids would enjoy. Rooms are somewhat updated as there are USB ports built in. Separate shower room was nice. 2 sinks would have been nice. Would be great if they would get rid of the minibar and leave it empty so we can use it to store cold beverages and foods/fruits... especially during the hot summer. For those into Pokemon, this is a great base to be in for the Pokemon Go Fest and Pikachu Outbreak events as it is in the middle of all these event locations. Really convenient to walk to places from here. This is a full service hotel, so no coin laundry and they do charge for gym and pools.... around $30 USD per day. This is the biggest disappointment of this hotel. But since we were only staying in Yokohama a few days and had much more to do outside then actually use the Hotel amenities, this was less of a concern for us. Hotel staff did a good job in accommodating my group. I did not need to say anything and they went ahead and got us connecting rooms/ rooms close to each other. So kudos to the hotel staff for anticipating that. Bell desk was really good and prompt. We arrived early and stored our bags. Without saying anything, after we checked in, our bags were immediately delivered and handled very well.…
The rooms are vary spacious, the balconies not so much. The location is great if you want to walk to the shopping districts and close to the metro. The breakfast was very egg based in my opinion, though there are some fruit and some pastry (if you are not too late) to eat as well. They serve breakfast buffet until 10am but the people attending the breakfast gets very nervous if you show up as late as 09am.
As most of the places in Japan are..this property is very well equipped for business trips. Appropriate room size, great amenities and an amazing view. It offers all. Location is perfect, you can take trains to any city location from the metro station which is just beneath :) the hotel. Connected to a huge mall which has many different restaurants and bars. Service is good too..
This hotel atop a mall and directly linked to the metro is unfortunately only a 3 star hotel. The rooms are old, the carpets worn and in dire need of a removal. Tiles are defect in the bathroom etc. there is no fitness, only two old “bicycles” near the pool. You are charged 3000¥ for the pool. For a longer business trip this is very unfortunate. Worse is the breakfast. It looks like a large Buffett but all we took was cold when it should be warm and the other way around. No sparkling water, bad coffee we didn’t find anything good.