|Review of Rooms|Yokohama Royal Park Hotel


Hello, This is Santoshi.
It has been two, no, three years since the coronavirus spread.
I have completely reduced the number of times I go somewhere for fun.
But recently I feel that it is getting easier to travel, little by little.

From October 11, 2022, the Japanese government will apply the “Application of New Measures (31) for Strengthening Waterfront Measures” to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
The application of the above measures will reduce the burden on those entering Japan from overseas.
(For more details, I will prepare another article.)


I went to a nearby tourist spot, Yokohama, for the first time in a while as a DanganTraveling!


The place is Yokohama!
I stayed at a hotel that has taken care of me every chance I get, from my college days to my job search.

It is a building that everyone in Yokohama is proud of.


Exterior view of Yokohama Royal Park Hotel

When you think of Yokohama, you think of this building! This building is so famous that it is often referred to as the “Yokohama Landmark Tower.
Yokohama Landmark Tower.
Part of the upper floors are operated as a hotel, known as the “Yokohama Royal Park Hotel.





2-2-1-3 Minato Mirai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture
Click here for the hotel where I stayed this time.

The first step is to take the Skyliner from Narita Airport to the last stop, Ueno Station.
From Keisei Ueno Station, walk to JR Ueno Station.
From there, take the Ueno Tokyo Line to the platform for Tokyo.
Once on the train, change trains at the 5th station.






Yokohama (transfer)

Then change to the JR Keihin-Tohoku/Negishi Line.
This is the train with the blue line.
Take either the Keihin Tohoku Line or Negishi Line train bound for Ofuna or Isogo.
This is the train with the blue line.
Then get off at the first station.



Sakuragicho (drop-off station)


Once you exit the station, a moving sidewalk exists.
Head there.
Continue to the end of the moving sidewalk.
Check the signboard “3F Hotel Entrance” as you proceed.

Incidentally, Yokohama has a variety of tourist attractions.
If you want to eat, head to Motomachi and Chinatown, which have existed for a long time.
There is also the Red Brick Warehouse, a testament to Japan’s pioneering role in cross-cultural communication.
Be careful and do not hesitate to take a cab if you get lost.
If there are more than two people in Yokohama, a cab or a train will not make much difference.
If you are going to a tourist attraction in Yokohama, it does not make much difference whether you take a taxi or a train, unless you are very far away from the destination.
It is more efficient to take a cab without hesitation.
I hope you remember this.



【Room number 5309】

Head to the front desk to check in.
Check-in begins at 3:00 p.m.
After check-in, head to the 53rd floor.

The room I stayed in this time was a city view room on the 53rd floor.
For some reason, I was a little nervous when I entered the room.


The entire floor is a bit dimly lit.
You unlock the door with a card key and enter.
“Oh, wow! …but there was a painting on display in front of me.
They don’t seem to show you the room easily.




Now, once again…


It’s a big room.



The room looks like it could comfortably accommodate two people.
I feel that it is simple and without unnecessary decorations.
The room is equipped with a TV, a closet, and a sofa, and is suitable for both business and leisure travelers.




There is no alcohol in the minibar. Tea and coffee.

I will check if I can sleep comfortably in the bed as soon as possible.


…I found this bed to be a very expensive item.
It is quite easy to sleep.
And even after actually sleeping in it, my rating remained the same and I was able to have a good night’s sleep.
I would recommend it to anyone who has insomnia. The air conditioning is also provided with an air purifier, so I never felt thirsty.
I felt that this is indeed a flagship hotel in Yokohama.



Let’s turn our attention to the window.

This is the view from the room .



It is not a remarkable view, but the sky looked wide.
When I was working in my room, I thought that glancing outside would make me feel refreshed.

By the way, this is what the view looks like at night.



Lots of amenities.

When you stay at a hotel, you will be glad to know that the amenities are of high quality.

I think so too.
Let’s check it out right away.
A set of THE SKIN DELIGHTS, a brand exclusive to the hotel, was available.
It was packaged in one such package.




In addition, there were body towel,toothbrushes, a razor, and a hair dryer.



The bathroom looks like this.


Bath amenities included MIKIMOTOCOSMETICS shampoo, conditioner, and body soap.


The feeling was of a type that did not have much of a smell, and seemed to muffle people’s preferences.

For my 175cm height, I was able to take a bath with my legs stretched out.


Toilet seat with bidet.

It is nice to have a washlet.



Room service is plentiful.

Of the various room services, the best is the food.
I was able to eat at a lower price than in the hotel restaurant.
I had dinner in my room this time.

Pizza and sandwiches.

Mixed sandwich: 1,900 yen

Mixed pizza: 2,300 yen



The sandwiches in particular had rich cheese sandwiched in between and were seasoned to give a good sense of fullness. I am very satisfied.

Thank you, room service chef.

To place an order, simply call the room service direct dial number and tell them what you want.

Very convenient.

We had breakfast on the top floor at a restaurant called Sirius.
You can eat as much as you like in buffet style.
However, the price is expensive.



I have stayed at the Royal Park and wrote a brief article about it.
If you are going to stay in Yokohama, it will be a good memory to stay at a well-known place. I hope you will consider staying at the Royal Park.
I hope this article will be of some help to you.

Hello, I’m Satoshi. I’ve been working as a staff member for an organization for over a decade. During that time, I’ve had various experiences, from launching new businesses to streamlining operations using information I’ve gathered from the internet and my own experiences. Of course, I’ve been successful with the help of colleagues and superiors, and I’m grateful to them. Nowadays, I find myself in a position where people from various backgrounds ask me for advice and share their knowledge. However, being constantly approached has made me realize that I need to protect my own time. So, I’ve decided to start a blog called ‘Satoshi Lab’ to share knowledge. I hope that by writing about my thoughts and experiences, people will enjoy reading and find it helpful in their own journeys.