Yokohama Royal Park Hotel is a luxury hotel inside Yokohama Landmark Tower. Guests here can enjoy spacious accommodation with outstanding city views, a range of dining options, and excellent facilities which include a heated swimming pool and spa.
Located in one of Yokohama’s most iconic buildings this hotel is also convenient for local attractions such as Yokohama Museum of Art, the Nippon Maru Sailing Ship Museum, and the Mitsubishi Minatomirai Industrial Museum.
Guests at Yokohama Royal Park Hotel are guaranteed amazing views of the city as all the guest rooms are located between the 52nd and 67th floors of Landmark Tower.
There are a range of double, twin and triple rooms available as well as luxury suites. Furnishings and amenities in a standard double room include a refrigerator, a TV with satellite channels, a combined humidifier and air purifier, a writing desk and telephone, an electric kettle and tea making facilities, a hair dryer, a safe, slippers, and pajamas.
All rooms have a private bathroom with a bathtub and shower, and some have a separated shower booth. Bathrooms are supplied with a full set of towels, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, toothbrushes and toothpaste, shaving razors and shaving foam, cotton buds, and hair brushes.
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Breakfast & Dining
This hotel has several restaurants on the 68th floor serving Chinese, French, Teppan-yaki and traditional Japanese cuisine. There is also an English style bar called Royal Ascot on the 2nd floor, a casual restaurant called Flora in the B1 basement level which has vegan, gluten-free and halal options, and a Sky Lounge called Sirius on the top floor of the Landmark Tower which has wonderful panoramic views over the city.
Breakfast is available at three locations:
A mixed buffet with western and Japanese style breakfast items is available in the Sky Lounge (70th floor) between 7.00 and 10.00 and priced at 3,630 yen for adults and 1,815 yen for children.
A Japanese style set breakfast is available at the Shikitei restaurant (68th floor) between 7.00 and 10.00 and priced at 3,630 yen.
A western-style buffet is available at Flora (B1) between 7.00 and 10.00. A continental breakfast is priced at 1,936 yen for adults and 968 yen for children. An American breakfast (includes egg dishes) is priced at 3,146 yen for adults and 1,573 yen for children. The prices stated are all inclusive of tax. Children’s prices are for children of elementary school age or younger.
Other Services and Facilities
Reception is located on the 1st floor of Landmark Tower. Staff are friendly and helpful and can speak English. Check-in time is from 15.00 and check-out is by 11.00.
Laundry services, in-room massage, aromatherapy treatments and a baby-sitting service are all available at this hotel. Room service for in-room dining is available between 17.00 and 24.00.
CD and DVD players, ironing equipment, trouser presses, desk lamps, and baby beds are all available to borrow form reception.
There is a tea ceremony room on the 65th floor and formal tea services can be enjoyed there between 11.00 and 17.00 for a fee of 1,500 yen.
There is a fitness club on the 49th floor which includes a heated swimming pool, gym and spa. There are separate fees for the use of these facilities.
There is a Prayer Room in the B1 level which is available 24 hours for all guests. Qibla compasses for indicating the direction towards Mecca and prayer mats are available but there is no space for wudu purification.
There is a work center in the 1st floor lobby area which has computers and printers for guests’ use.
Free Wi-Fi internet access is available throughout the hotel.
Yokohama Royal Park Hotel is located inside the Yokohama Landmark Tower. Entrance to the hotel is via the basement and 1st floor of the tower, while the guest rooms and facilities are located on floors 49 – 68 and floor 70. Yokohama Landmark Tower is a 2 minute walk from Minatomirai Station on the Minatomirai Line and a 3 minute walk from Sakuragicho Station on JR East’s Negishi Line and Yokohama Municipal Subway’s Blue Line. Here is a map showing the location.
Article and original photos by Michael Lambe. All rights reserved.