This used to be the tallest building in Japan at one time. Located in the Queens tower shopping complex, this has become an iconic building and hotel on the Yokohama waterfront. A solidly built building with lots of marble and spendour. Always attracts a hoard of mainly Japanese guests especially during public holidays. Its a great hotel if one wants to get away for a long weekend, be waited upon and pampered in luxury. Excellent and polite Japanese staff.
Everything spick and span and in great order and if it isn't then nothing is too much trouble to fix. Harbour views from the 69th floor we enjoyed were spectacular although we didn't get the opportunity the other side of the hotel has great views of Mount Fuji but then it's no substitute to actually hiking it as I did. Several excellent restaurants at the top of the hotel offer gourmet delights. The French restaurant was quite an experience, ornately decorated in Louis XVI style. Our room was very tastefully decorated with a very comfortable bed, large bathroom and well stocked minibar. We had booked bed & breakfast and range of foods on offer for the breakfast buffet were fantastic, a great selection of eastern, Japanese and western delights. The overall warmth and welcoming feel of this hotel is unmatched. Well worth it an experience once in a lifetime even if you do go and blow the budget.More
- Free Wifi