Conveniently located 2-minutes on foot from Northeast Exit of Yokohama Station, Keikyu EX Inn Yokohama Station Higashiguchi is close to many major tourist destinations, including Minatomirai, Yokohama Chinatown and Yamashita Park.
*The hotel is farther from the Central Gate of Yokohama Station, please use the North Exit instead.
Each guestroom is appointed with a double size Simmons® mattress and high efficiency air purifier humidifier, providing a superior quality stay compared to conventional business hotels.
|High efficiency air purifier humidifier||Coffee, tea, electric kettle||An ion hair dryer|
|Trouser press||Thermostatic temperature controlled shower||Light-blocking curtains|
|Card key access system|
|We also have a list of items for rent, including pillows (low resiliency Tempur pillows, and pillows for reducing shoulder discomfort), irons, mobile phone chargers, nail clippers, international adaptor plus, umbrellas, ear plugs, lamps, and hair brush dryers.
*Only a limited number of rental items are available. *Photos may not reflect the actual item available for rent.
|Toothbrush set||Body towel||Towel|
|Shaving set||Body soap||Bath towel|
|Cottons, shower cap, cotton swabs, dental floss, shaving cream, and bar soap are available at the Front Desk.|
|Bath powder: 50 yen (raspberry, blueberry, orange, grapefruit, green apple)|
|Amenity set: 120 yen / or 40 yen for each item (make-up remover, face wash foam, toner, lotion)|
Breakfast vouchers are available for 480 yen per person at the Front Desk. Choose one of the following drinks: hot coffee, American coffee, iced coffee, or iced black tea. (All drinks served in regular size)
Guests within walking distance will find directions to the hotel by tapping the icon with smartphones or tablets.
The largest Chinatown in Japan and East Asia. Here, visitors can enjoy a variety of activities including sightseeing, eating, and shopping. This energy-filled tourist spot brings 4,000 years of Chinese history to life.
This area is filled with many fun activities and entertainment, from Japan's tallest office tower, the Yokohama Landmark Tower, to the giant Ferris wheel, Cosmo Clock 21, and more. The beautiful scenery when the town is lit up at night is something not to be missed.
A historical building constructed between the end of the Meiji period and the beginning of the Taisho Period. The building is now used as an entertainment complex that houses retail and restaurant businesses as well as event venues, making it a landmark of Yokohama enjoyed by all throughout the year.