Hotel The Knot Yokohama is clean, modern, and good value, with plenty of shops and restaurants in the area. Rooms here are reasonably-sized for Japan.
Hotel The Knot Yokohama - image © Booking.com
Hotel The Knot Yokohama is no 5-star hotel, but it’s good value for money. This clean, modern hotel is a short stroll from Yokohama Station, and there are plenty of shops and restaurants in the area. Rooms here are reasonably-sized for Japan – where rooms tend to be compact – and all the amenities you might need are included. We like the strong water pressure in the bathroom showers, and the fact that there’s sufficient cupboard space and removable hangers. We also like that there are triple rooms available here – good if you’re travelling as a small family or in a group of friends.
Sensitive sleepers may wish to consider earplugs. It’s not party central here, but you might pick up on sounds from neighbouring rooms.
Hotel The Knot Yokohama
ホテル ザ ノット ヨコハマ
2-16-28 Minami-saiwai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama-shi, 220-0005
Train and subway: 5-minute walk from the west exit of Yokohama Station.
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