We have welcomed guests to the main building since its opening in 1927. The building has been designated as a historic building by Yokohama City and was also designated a Heritage of Industrial Modernization by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry because of its main dining hall and ballroom. During the main building's long history, famous writers became regulars of the hotel. In addition, immediately after World War II, General MacArthur worked in one of the guest rooms, which is now known as "MacArthur's Suite." Charlie Chaplin and Babe Ruth also stayed here.
All tower guest rooms enjoy a view of the harbor. Some rooms offer a beautiful view of the Yokohama Bay Bridge while others offer a panoramic view of Osanbashi Pier, where luxury cruise ships dock. In front of the hotel is Yamashita Park, one of the symbols of the City of Yokohama.
Guest rooms from the 15th floor and up enjoy a splendid view of the Port of Yokohama.
The night view will be one of the highlights of your trip.
Each room is equipped with a luxury bed(s) having pocket coil mattresses.
Upper Tower guests are invited to have coffee and tea at the self-service executive lounge,
The Club (hours: 10 am to 6 pm)
* Upper Tower guests are invited to enjoy coffee and tea at the self-serve executive lounge.
(Hours: 10 am to 6 pm)