The Hotel New Grand is a member of the Preferred Hotels & Resorts. It is a non-franchise hotel that has played an important role in the history of Japan's hotel industry.
The hotel welcomes guests in Yokohama, Japan's second largest city, which has flourished as a port city for Tokyo.
Yokohama is located approximately 30 km south of Tokyo and boasts easy access not only to Japan's largest airport, Haneda Airport (Tokyo International Airport), but also to popular tourist destinations such as Kamakura, Hakone, and Mt. Fuji.
* WiFi (wireless LAN) connection.
From Haneda Airport (Tokyo International Airport): approx. 30 minutes by car or train
From Kamakura: approx. 40 minutes by train
From Hakone (Odawara): approx. 60 minutes by Shinkansen (bullet train)
From Tokyo Station: approx. 50 minutes by train or approx. 60 minutes by car
When you travel in Japan, Hotel New Grand Concierge recommend JR discount rail pass!!
Hotel New Grand was chosen the 2015 Certificate of Excellence of top performing hospitality businesses by TripAdvisor.(Certificate of Excellence Recipients Represent Top 10 Percent of Businesses Listed on World's Largest Travel Site.)
Hotel New Grand has joined a worldwide organization of luxury hotels, Preferred Hotels & Resorts in 2011. The headquartered is in Chicago, and more than 650 independent hotels are across 85 countries. The reservation, sales and marketing offices are in 40 major cities worldwide. With an international high standard, Hotel New Grand are looking forward to making your stay pleasant and memorable.
Panoramic French restaurant Le Normandie has been recognized as the highest of the top 20 best restaurants in the Asia Pacific region by the global assessment of The Miele Guide.
Under Japanese Pharmaceutical affairs law, our hotel is not prepared to give any pharmaceutical products to guests even on the temporary basis. We do recommend you to take your officinal drugs with you in your travels. Please kindly understand this situation and feel free to contact our staff if you have any problem.
Thank you for your understanding and consideration.