The Yokohama Bay Hotel Tokyu
This bayside getaway in Japan’s famed Minato Mirai 21 perfectly places you steps from Yokohama’s symbolic stops including the neon lights of Cosmo Clock 21 and the shops of Queen’s Square, while making business a breeze with a short stroll to the Pacific Convention Plaza Yokohama and the Minatomirai Station. The Yokohama Bay Hotel Tokyu’s large rooms are complemented by award-winning international cuisine and panoramic city and sea views, an exclusive club lounge, and meeting and event space available for all kinds of occasions. Whether visiting Japan’s second-largest city for work or pleasure, you’ll have the best of both worlds during your seaside stay at The Yokohama Bay Hotel Tokyu.
- Beautiful blue-themed rooms feature views of Memorial Park, the Tokyo Bay’s sparkling waters, or the cityscape
- Walk to Cosmo World’s ferris wheel, the shops at Queen’s Square, and the Pacifico Yokohama convention center
- Enjoy award-winning Chinese cuisine at Turandot or dishes by Japan top chef Mr. Yutaka Ishinabe at Queen Alice
- Swing by the spa to soak in the jacuzzi, swim in the indoor pool, or recover in the sauna
- From the lavish Queen's Ballroom to the cozy Pacific Room, meeting space can host groups of 10 to 700+
- Book a Bay Club Floor room and enjoy breakfast, afternoon tea, and drinks from the exclusive Bay Club Lounge
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- 480 large guestrooms feature flat screen TVs, mini fridges, and sitting areas. Some rooms include private balconies
- Score a seaside room to enjoy a front row seat overlooking the Yokohama Port from your balcony
- Interiors evoke their seaside surroundings with deep blue shades throughout the hotel
- Various views allow you to spot the city, admire the neon lights of Cosmo Clock 21, or watch boats coast the Bay
- Personalized butler service and Bay Club Lounge access available when staying on the top three Bay Club floors
- The hotel’s ballrooms and meeting rooms can accommodate anywhere from 10 to 960 people
Enjoy traditional Japanese cuisines and international dishes and cocktails in exclusive atmospheres featuring everything from palm trees to French gardens and bay views.
Queen Alice:One of Japan’s top chefs, Mr. Yutaka Ishinabe, dishes out traditional and exquisite French fare using the freshest ingredients possible. you'll enjoy these innovative dishes in a whimsical French garden setting. The restaurant also has private dining rooms for small groups looking for an intimate dining experience.
Café Tosca:Escape to a true oasis and experience innovative Italian while surrounded by tall palm trees and towering ceilings. The hotel’s Café Tosca serves an impressive buffet as well as a combination of Southern French and California cuisines. On special nights, you’ll be treated to tableside shows as chefs show off their culinary talents.
Oshima:Escape the hustle of the surrounding city and relax with sake, paired perfectly with the seasonal ingredients of traditional Japanese dishes served at this classic restaurant.
Turandot:Award-winning Chinese cuisine is served at this acclaimed restaurant from renowned chef Chef Wakiya, one of the most celebrated Chinese chefs in Japan. Need we say more? We highly recommend you make reservations.
Somerhouse Lounge:Kick back and relax as you snack and sip on light bites, teas, and wines while peering out panoramic windows that overlook Queen’s Park, Yamashita Park, and the Yokohama Port.
Jack’s Bar: Cozy up on plush sofas and bask in natural sunlight in the hotel’s British-style bar as you take your choice from an extensive beverage menu. Whether you’re in the mood for whiskey, brandy, wine, premium liquors, or traditional drinks — you’re in luck at Jack’s Bar.
Yokohama Cosmo World:Step outside the hotel’s front doors to a colorful and lively amusement park in the heart of the Minato Mirai district. The family-friendly hotspot is filled with roller coaster rides, carnival attractions, a kid's zone, and a large lit-up Ferris wheel, known as Cosmo Clock 21, that doubles as a clock. With its waterfront views on all ends, Cosmo World is scenic and beautiful by day, and romantically picturesque by night.
Queen’s Square: Located in the lower floors of the three Queen's Towers, the Queen’s Square is an impressive and modern shopping mall, offering a variety of shops and restaurants, including various well-known brand stores. The underground subway is attached for easy transportation.
Yokohama Chinatown:Known to have the world’s best Chinese food and roughly 250 Chinese-owned shops and restaurants, Yokohama’s Chinatown is a must-visit. Its history dates back more than 150 years and it has an astounding concentration of sights in only a 2500 square meter area. Make sure to stick around after hours to see Yokohama Chinatown's East Gate lit up at night.
The Yokohama Bay Hotel Tokyu
Steps from both the city and sea, The Yokohama Bay Hotel Tokyu is located along the Tokyo Bay in Yokohama’s famed Minato Mirai 21. The hotel overlooks the bay and the Cosmo Clock 21 Ferris wheel, as it sits steps from the shops of Queen’s Square, the rides at Yokohama Cosmo World, and the Pacifico Yokohama convention center. Additionally, The Yokohama Bay Hotel Tokyu is a one-minute walk from Minatomirai Station and a 30-minute drive from Tokyo (Haneda) International and Domestic Airport.