Hotel Yokohama Garden

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Reviews 3
4/5
Addres: 254, Yamashita-cho, Nakaku
Check In: 02:00 p. m.
Rates from: 88
Check Out: 12:00 p. m.
Rates Currency: EUR
Number of Floors: 11
Year Opened: 1988
Number of Rooms: 49
Year Renovated: 2004
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Das ideal im Touristenzentrum China Town / Kannai / Yamashita Park gelegene Hotel Yokohama Garden garantiert seinen Gästen einen entspannten und unvergesslichen Aufenthalt. Das Haus verfügt über eine große Vielfalt an Einrichtungen, um den Aufenthalt seiner Gäste so angenehm wie möglich zu gestalten. Alle notwendigen Einrichtungen, einschließlich Kostenloses WiFi in allen Zimmern, Kapelle, Schrein, Tägliche Reinigung, Faxgerät, sind vorhanden. Die meisten Gästezimmer sind mit allem Komfort ausgestattet und verfügen über einladendes Dekor und praktische Annehmlichkeiten wie Handtücher, Flachbild Fernseher, Luftreiniger, Spiegel, Internetzugang (drahtlos). Die Spa, Massage des Hotels werden zu einem angenehmen Aufenthalt beitragen. Machen Sie das Hotel Yokohama Garden zu Ihrer Basis und entdecken Sie was Yokohama zu bieten hat.
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Hotel Yokohama Garden

Addres: 254, Yamashita-cho, Nakaku
Zip Code: 231-0023
City: Yokohama
Country: Japan
Check In: 02:00 p. m.
Number of Rooms: 49
Year Opened: 1988
Rates From: $ 88
Check Out: 12:00 p. m.
Number of Floors: 11
Year Renovated: 2004
Rates Currency: EUR

The Hotel Yokohama Garden has an is perfectly located in the area, it has the amenities sufficient to make your accommodation unmatched, there is no doubt that it an excellent option for the demarcation.

Its rooms are impeccable and the warmth and discretion of its staff is very good, you can rest assured that during your stay there will be no worries..

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