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Yokohama Royal Park Hotel
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Reviewed 11 September 2012

Could you possibly ask for more ? A hotel haflway up the tallest building in Japan and overlooking the sea of Japan ? Perhaps not,... and as you might expect, everything about this "uber-hotel" is on the button. Service is exemplary, spotless interior, stunning views and facilities to make the eyes water.

The only downside is that it's a conservative hotel in many ways - formal and far from relaxed. The drinks bar is almost "old club" but feels like a facsimile of something it can never be. Shame.. perhaps the team are trying too hard ?

It's also wallet busting ? Fancy a swim ? Sure.. £15 ! Gym ? Yup.. on site but you need more money.

How about a drink in the bar.. Fine sir, that will be 840 Yen (£6). in other words, its a touch expensive. But lets get real are you really shocked ?

Reminder:-
Japan
Downtown Yokohama
5 star
Service you can only imagine (plenty of staff)
Largest building in Japan
Enormous shopping arcade on campus
Marble, Crystal and Glass

See, I knew you were expecting it to be expensive and in this dept, the Royal Park Yokohama more than meets your expectations !

Enjoy the stay

Room Tip: There is a happy hour but the menu is restricted Watch out for Humdity try to get a room on the western side to see the dramatic scene of sun setting over Mount Fuji Bring a nice fat wallet stuff with money.
  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled on business
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Reviewed 6 September 2012

A short trip to Tokyo made extra special by a stay in this lovely hotel. Views are amazing across Yokohama and out to Mount Fuji. Incredibly clean, immaculate, lovely toiletries, great comfortable room. Not a cheap hotel but worth it for the luxurious feel.

Room Tip: All rooms are on top floors of this tower which is tallest hotel building in Japan so I doubt you'll be disappointed!
  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank Andy V
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Reviewed 4 September 2012

Attentive and efficient service, immaculately clean room (thank you KATAKURA), ample toiletries, silent air conditioning and luxury bedding, a 'must' after a long day exploring the area. Breakfast has just about every option you can dream of, Asian and Western choice. English language TV and really great in-room WIFI (unusual in Japan). If you are at a conference you can walk, under cover, to the convention centre and the train can be accessed by a moving walkway. Don't be put off by the height of the building, I expected long waits for the elevators but not so - probably the most efficient and rapid system ever. On the downside, it is not inexpensive but that is probably an exchange-rate problem for the Brits. If you can book a package with breakfast then do so, if not there are cafes, restaurants and supermarkets right beneath the hotel. My only tip is.....make you stress a non smoking room (unless you smoke of course) as Japan still seems to not quite 'get' that some of us like a nice environment.

Stayed: September 2012, travelled on business
Thank islandgirlcityboy
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Reviewed 1 September 2012

All guest rooms are located on the 52nd - 67th floors of the Landmark Tower, the highest building in Japan, standing 70 floors tall.
I stayed in a standard twin room, which was impeccably clean, spacious and very good free high speed wifi. The Sky Lounge on the top floor is a nice place for a nightcap and also serves an adequate breakfast. Hotel location is great, there are heaps of restaurants and shops in the adjoining shopping centre.

  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled on business
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Thank Greg B
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Reviewed 30 August 2012

I stayed one night here on the 60th floor looking west. I wish I had gotten an east facing room, but the view was still really nice. The main problem was that it was impossible to open the curtains even a little bit in the afternoon; just cracking them open let in an insane amount of light and heat.

The room itself was of course small, but quite nice. The air conditioner was powerful enough to cool the room down nicely. The lighting and water pressure in the bathroom were both good.

We also had dinner at Shikitei, the nice Japanese restaurant on the 68th floor. There's a special kaiseki only for guests at the hotel.

The bell captain was also very helpful when we were packing up a box of extra luggage to check.

Room Tip: You probably want to look east over the water. Looking west gets insanely bright and hot in the afternoon, but you do get to see the sunset.
  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank aikinai
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