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Best Western Hotel Fino Shin-Yokohama is located in the heart of Yokohama, Japan's major port city and the capital of Kanagawa Prefecture. Perfectly positioned just five minutes' walk from JR Shin-Yokohama Station, which offers connections to the JR Yokohama Line and Yokohama Subway, this smart and stylish hotel puts the entire city within easy reach. This major station is also the main hub for Shinkansen bullet train services to Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya.
The hotel features 108 contemporary rooms, all equipped with modern amenities. Guests can unwind with comfortable beds, stay refreshed with modern bathrooms and power showers, or keep connected with working areas and complimentary Wi-Fi. Every stay will be supported by Best Western's world-famous service standards.
Guests will also be within easy reach of many local attractions, including Nissan Stadium, Yokohama Arena and Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum. So whether you're visiting Yokohama for business or pleasure, Best Western Hotel Fino Shin-Yokohama is the perfect choice.
Free wireless internet available in public areas; Free in-room wireless internet access; Free wireless internet access available in public areas and all guest rooms; All guest rooms are hardwired and offer free wireless internet access; All guest rooms are hardwired for internet access
Business center 24 hours, complimentary
Photocopy, nominal fee
Higher rates may apply for holidays/special events
Cable satellite television CNN or other 24 hour news station
0.3 kilometer(s) from Camera Kitamura, Kitamura is a photography equipment specialist offering a series of high-quality cameras and other related products.
20 kilometer(s) from Amano, With a history dating from 1931, Amano specializes in time information, parking, cleaning and environmental systems.
0.3 kilometer(s) from Cocokara Fine Health Care, Established in 2013, Cocokara Fine Healthcare is part of the Cocokara Fine Group, which operates a network of drugstores and dispensaries.
30 kilometer(s) from Hakkeijima Sea Paradise, Yokohama Hakkeijima Sea Paradise is a major waterfront amusement park featuring an aquarium, a marina, a shopping mall and rides. Opened in 1993, it now attracts millions of visitors each year. The aquarium features a wide range of large aquatic creatures, including dolphins, seals and even whale sharks and polar bears.
15 kilometer(s) from Zoorasia, Zoorasia is one of Japan’s newest and largest zoos. Established in 1999, it comprises eight zones, reflecting the different climates of the world. Highlights include elephants, polar bears, giraffes and tigers, and the animals generally have a lot of space in which to roam. There are also restaurants, cafés and children’s activities.
0.3 kilometer(s) from Ramen Museum, The Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum is a unique attraction dedicated to the popular Japanese noodle dish. Covering several floors, this museum presents a history of ramen noodles in Japan, including an exhibit on instant ramen and displays dedicated to the many varieties of noodles, soups, toppings and bowls used across the country.
10 kilometer(s) from Cup Noodle Museum, Located in the harborfront Minato Mirai 21 district, the Cup Noodles Museum showcases the history of instant noodles through a series of fun exhibits and workshops. The museum also features a children’s play area called Cupnoodles Park, and if you get hungry there is a food court called Noodles Bazaar.
10 kilometer(s) from Yokohama Cosmo World, This is a major theme park in Minato Mirai 21. It contains the Cosmo Clock 21, formerly the tallest Ferris wheel in the world and a symbol of this port city. Other attractions include plenty of rollercoasters and rides, a children’s area and the Wonder Amuse Zone with carnival-style games and arcades.
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7 kilometer(s) from Yokohama, “Yokohama” is a typical spot in Kanagawa Prefecture. Yokohama is the most populous city in the country.
10 kilometer(s) from Kawasaki, Nestled between Yokohama and Tokyo, Kawasaki is a coastal city that stretches along the Tamagawa River.
30 kilometer(s) from Kamakura, Kamakura is a Japanese seaside city just south of Yokohama. The political center of medieval Japan, modern-day Kamakura is a prominent resort town with dozens of Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines.
35 kilometer(s) from Yokosuka, Yokosuka is a coastal city in Kanagawa Prefecture with several tourist attractions. Mikasa Park is named after battleship which has been transformed into now a museum.
25 kilometer(s) from Fujisawa, This charming seafront city is twinned with Miami Beach and has a similar vibe. Featuring many attractive spots for swimming and water sports, it is a popular surfing spot.
2.5 kilometer(s) from Shin-Yokohama Park, Shin-Yokohama Park is a major public park in the city’s Kohoku Ward. It is home to the Nissan Stadium, a major 72,000-seat sporting arena that has hosted many large-scale events, including the 2019 Rugby World Cup final. It is surrounded by a number of sporting fields and a major shopping area with large Japanese department stores.
13 kilometer(s) from Sankeien, Sankei-en is a traditional Japanese-style garden in Yokohama’s Naka Ward. Opened in 1906, the garden was designed and built by Tomitaro Hara, a silk trader also known as Sankei Hara. It features a series of ponds, streams, trails and historical buildings that feel more reminiscent of Kyoto than Yokohama.
10 kilometer(s) from Yamashita Park, Yamashita Park is a symbol of “Minato Yokohama”, the center of tourism in Yokohama. It can be said that it has been established not only as a "park", a place for citizens to relax, but also as a "sightseeing spot" as well as a "scenic spot". Yamashita Park is about 1 km long from the entrance of the Great Pier to the Yamashita Pier and faces the coast, with an area of about 70,000 square meters.
8 kilometer(s) from Yokohama Red Brick, The Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse is a historical building that was originally used as customs buildings. It has now been converted into a major retail and entertainment complex featuring a shopping mall, banqueting hall and event venues. The harbor front facility dates back to the early 20th Century.
8 kilometer(s) from Yokohama World Porters, Yokohama World Porters is a vast indoor lifestyle mall featuring a wide range of specialty shops, casual eateries, a games arcade and a movie theater. Located in Minato Mirai 21, the complex contains over 200 shops, grouped by genre including fashion, sports furniture etc. There is even a rooftop golf center.
7 kilometer(s) from Yokohama Museum of Art, The Yokohama Museum of Art opened on November 3, 1989. Featuring a powerful symmetric exterior and an open grand gallery, the hotel has seven exhibition rooms, an art information center with more than 110,000 books, and an atelier with various workshops. Is one of the largest museums in Japan.
9 kilometer(s) from Yokohama Chinatown, Yokohama Chinatown is Japan's largest Chinatown with more than 500 stores. It is a classic sightseeing spot in Minato Mirai, Yokohama, crowded with Chinese restaurants, general stores and amusement facilities.
Chinese gourmets start with abundant eating and gourmet foods, sweets, custom-made Chinese buffets, weekday lunches, restaurants in Asian countries around Taiwan and Thailand, and souvenir shops.
0.5 kilometer(s) from Cubic Plaza Shin-Yokohama, Cubic Plaza Shin-Yokohama is a retail mall directly connected to JR Shin-Yokohama Station. Covering ten floors, this major commercial facility houses over 60 stores, including restaurants, fashion outlets and more shops. Gourmet Street is lined with fast food shops and popular stores.