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Yokohama Hotels

Featured Hotels in Yokohama

  • InterContinental Hotels Yokohama Pier 8

    InterContinental Hotels Yokohama Pier 8

    2-14-1 Naka-ku Shinko
    Yokohama, Kanagawa 231-0001, Japan
    • Parking
    • Spa
  • InterContinental Hotels Yokohama Grand

    InterContinental Hotels Yokohama Grand

    1-1-1 Minatomirai
    Yokohama, Kanagawa 220-8522, Japan
    • Parking
    • Spa
  • InterContinental Hotels The Strings Tokyo

    InterContinental Hotels The Strings Tokyo

    26-32/F Shinagawa East One Tower
    Tokyo, Tôkyô [Tokyo] 108-8282, Japan
    • Parking
  • Hotel Indigo Tokyo Shibuya

    Hotel Indigo Tokyo Shibuya

    2-25-12 Dogenzaka
    Shibuya-ku, Tôkyô [Tokyo] 150-0043, Japan
    • Parking
  • InterContinental Hotels Tokyo Bay

    InterContinental Hotels Tokyo Bay

    1-16-2 Kaigan
    Tokyo, Tôkyô [Tokyo] 105-8576, Japan
    • Parking
  • InterContinental - ANA Tokyo

    InterContinental - ANA Tokyo

    1-12-33 Akasaka
    Tokyo, Tôkyô [Tokyo] 107-0052, Japan
    • Parking
    • Pool
  • Kimpton Shinjuku Tokyo

    Kimpton Shinjuku Tokyo

    3 Chome-4-7 Nishishinjuku
    Shinjuku City, Tôkyô [Tokyo] 160-0023, Japan
    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed

Travel Guide Intro

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Experience IHG Hotels in Yokohama
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Although Yokohama is part of Greater Tokyo, it’s also a vibrant port city in its own right. It may be closely connected to the vast Japanese capital, but it has a rich history, buzzing nightlife, exciting shops and restaurants and futuristic waterfront to rival its bigger neighbour.

Yokohama: city layout and top attractions

Yokohama sprawls inland from its port area, south of Tokyo on the Pacific Ocean. Minato Mirai 21 forms the central district for business, retail, dining and entertainment, and incorporates many hotels. Built on reclaimed land at the waterfront, its highrise landmarks include Yokohama Landmark Tower and the iconic ferris wheel Cosmo Clock 21, both offering sweeping views across Tokyo Bay.

Although it’s Japan’s second largest city, with an extensive public transport system, Yokohama is still quite walkable. You can easily stroll from Minato Mirai to the waterfront promenades of Osanbashi Pier and Yamashita Park. The nearby Yamate district, once a hub for the city’s foreign population, is full of pleasant European-style green spaces, with a stylish commercial thoroughfare along Motomachi. Just beyond lies Chinatown, the largest neighbourhood of its kind in Japan, attracting crowds of diners and shoppers.

The concierge recommends…

A visit to the Sky Garden observation deck, inside Yokohama Landmark Tower. On a clear day you can see all the way to Mount Fuji.

A Seabass boat tour from the dock near Yokohama Station to Yamashita Park, for a breezy ride across the bay.

A visit to the waterfront Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse, a popular spot to eat, shop, drink craft beer and watch concerts inside a single historic maritime building.

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Eating Out in Yokohama

Tokyo’s reputation for world-class dining extends to Yokohama, where you can eat fine French cuisine and formal, multi-course Japanese kaiseki meals in Michelin-starred restaurants. You’ll also find low-cost, high-quality favourites in tempura and sushi bars lining the city’s abundant malls and food courts.

Minato Mirai 21 draws hungry locals and visitors to the waterfront. Options range from yakitori chicken skewers in small grill restaurants to upscale establishments with spectacular views on the 68th floor of Yokohama Landmark Tower. A little further inland, Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum has a whole floor recreating a street in 1950s Tokyo, with working ramen noodle shops. Nearby Chinatown is filled with hawkers selling Cantonese-style street food and family restaurants specialising in spicy Szechuan cooking.

The chef recommends...

Gyunabe: Hearty local hot pot inspired by the beef-heavy diet of former foreign visitors to the port.

Sanma-men: Yokohama variation on classic ramen noodles, with hot soy sauce and stir-fried vegetables.

Nikuman: Beloved meat-filled steamed buns attracting locals to Chinatown.

Shopping in Yokohama

A historic port city, Yokohama has been a major hub of commerce for centuries. The modern city has vast waterfront malls and bayside outlet parks, highrise department stores and fashionable shopping streets. Chinatown is a retail destination in itself.

Much of Minato Mirai 21 is given over to shopping, with high-end malls like Queens East and Collet Mare. Waterfront Yokohama Landmark Tower and Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse also have whole floors of clothing and electronics stores. Motomachi Shopping Street, in the Yamate district, is home to international boutiques and local businesses stocking Hama Tra – official products of Yokohama Traditional Fashion. Chinatown shops are popular for gifts and souvenirs, from herbal teas to cheongsam dresses.

Yokohama markets

Yokohama Marine Tower Sunday Market: Upscale flea market held in a modern, highrise lighthouse overlooking Yamashita Park.

Minato Mirai 21 Flea Market: Browse for Japanese crafts and clothes at a bayside run of stalls, between the main waterfront shopping area and Nippon-Maru ship museum.

Yokohama City Central Wholesale Market: This bustling space for local merchants and vendors is a good place to shop for fresh seafood. It also features some restaurants offering fresh food with ingredients from the market.

Culture & Nightlife in Yokohama

Yokohama culture draws on its rich maritime history. Many attractions are clustered around the port, from old sailing vessels to waterfront museums. It’s an arty city too, with Japanese and international masterpieces at world-class galleries. After dark, try the atmospheric drinking dens of Chinatown or dress up for a night out in one of Minato Mirai’s highrise bayside cocktail bars.

By day, the waterfront attracts crowds of visitors to the famous Yokohama Museum of Art and Yokohama Port Museum</a> aboard the decommissioned 1930s ship, <b>Nippon Maru. By night, well-dressed customers fill stylish bars and clubs overlooking the port. Yamashitacho, behind Yamashita Park, is packed with popular spots for live jazz and signature cocktails, including themed bars resembling old American speakeasies and frontier saloons. Yamate has western-style pubs and traditional Japanese izakaya taverns.

Alternative museums in Yokohama

Cup Noodles Museum: High-tech waterfront space dedicated to the famous instant ramen cup noodles. Invent your own recipe, and design your own cup.

Tattoo Museum: Learn about the Japanese approach to body art and see fine-detailed examples with Japanese tattoo artist Horiyoshi III.

NYK Maritime Museum: The 1930s-vintage ocean liner Hikawa Maru now serves as a floating museum, with most of its original features restored.

Leisure in Yokohama

Yokohama is best known for its iconic waterfront skyline. Minato Mirai 21 offers both historic maritime attractions and futuristic entertainments, from floating ship museums to the gaming and amusement floor of the World Porters complex. This is also a city of parks, gardens and green spaces amid the neon sprawl.

The bayside is ringed with popular spots for strolls and picnics. Aka-Renga Park and Yamashita Park are especially comfortable places to sit on the grass at sunset. Yamate’s Harbour View Park looks out over Yokohama Bay Bridge. Nearby Sankeien is a large Japanese garden with flowers, cherry blossoms and traditional teahouses.

Family-friendly attractions in Yokohama

Yokohama Cosmoworld: Waterfront theme park with log rides, rollercoasters and the famous ferris wheel, Cosmo Clock 21.

Yokohama Anpanman Children’s Museum and Mall: Videos, games and play areas based around a popular Japanese cartoon character.

Yokohama Hakkeijima Sea Paradise: Bayside marine centre and amusement park with an aquarium and sea-themed rides.

Yokohama Hotels Frequently Asked Questions

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Absolutely! Many of the IHG hotels in Yokohama offer family-friendly amenities such as connecting rooms and kids' menus. Check with the individual hotel for more information about their family-friendly offerings.

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Yes, many IHG hotels in Yokohama are pet-friendly and welcome furry friends! Some hotels offering pet amenities including pet beds and treats as well as information about pet relief areas. Select hotels may charge additional fees for pets, per pet staying at the hotel. It is best to check with your chosen hotel directly for more information on their pet policies.

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Many of the IHG hotels in Yokohama offer complimentary breakfast. Check with the individual hotels to find out details as they may vary by brand and locations.

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IHG Hotels offer a variety of amenities such as free Wi-Fi, fitness centers, business centers, restaurants/bars, swimming pools, and much more! It is best to check with your chosen hotel directly for more information on their specific amenities offered.

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Parking fees vary by hotel and location. Some hotels may include parking as part of their stay package while others may charge an additional fee. It is best to check with your chosen hotel directly for more information on their parking policies.

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Yes! You can find discounted rates on select IHG hotels in Yokohama by visiting their website or booking through an online travel agency. Additionally, many of the hotels offer special packages and promotions throughout the year.

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IHG One Rewards Loyalty Program is designed to make it easier for guests to earn and redeem points. There are 5 tiers of member benefits, starting with Club Member, Sliver Elite, Gold Elite, Platinum Elite and the highest tier being Diamond Elite. You can earn Diamond Elite status by staying 70 qualified nights or earning 120,000 qualified points in a calendar year. Learn more about IHG® One Rewards Loyalty Program

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Yes, most hotels have a minimum age requirement of 18 years old to check-in without an adult present. However, some hotels may allow guests under the age of 18 to check-in if they are accompanied by an adult over the age of 21. It is best to check with your chosen hotel directly for more information on their age requirements.