Oakwood Suites Yokohama

5 57 2 Kitanakadori Naka Ku, Yokohama 2310003 Japan (JPN)
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  • Check in time: 15:00
  • Groups/Meetings rating of 9.0/10

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Property Description

Oakwood Suites Yokohama marks the brand expansion into Japan second-largest city. With a collection of 175 apartments occupying levels 46 to 51 of Kitanaka Tower the largest and tallest residential building in Yokohama. The property will offer the elevated convenience of direct access to the Bashamichi Train Station and a plethora of shops and dining options within its retail and cultural zone. Guests will be able to enjoy a waterfront residential lifestyle as the tower sits right next to Yokohama Bay in the popular Minato Mirai area and a stone throw away from Yamashita Park famed for its waterfront views of the Port of Yokohama.

Details / Other Expenses

Check In: 15:00
Year of Last Renovation: 2020
Floors: 0
Rooms: 0
Non Smoking Rooms: 0
Handicap Rooms: 0
Suites: 0
Meeting Rooms: 0
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Amenities / Features


  • Elevator
  • Air conditioning
  • Private bathroom in room
  • Non-smoking rooms
  • Kitchenette in room

Pet Friendly?

Sorry, pets are not allowed.

FAQs about Oakwood Suites Yokohama

What time is check in?

Check in time is 15:00 based on the hotel's local time. Early check in may be available if requested at the front desk on the day of check-in.

Testimonials:

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"When people provide customer friendly service in today’s world, it should be applauded! So many businesses have taken almost and adversarial attitude towards the customer, in other words, they over compensate for a consumer not following through. As a business, it is my understanding, that the business should always follow through and do as they promise! Loyalty between consumers and businesses should remain alive, profit above service is a bad plan and will cost the business in the long run!" R.F. - Denver, CO

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