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FLEXSTAY INN Sakuragicho
2-72-16 Hanasaki-cho, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa 231-0063 Japan
From ¥3,700 /night

The ideal accommodation for extended city breaks in Yokohama.

Stay for as long or as little as you like at the recently-renovated FLEXSTAY INN Sakuragicho in Yokohama, the ideal accommodation for extended city breaks in Japan. Our staff will be happy to help you make the most of your Tokyo stay.

With Sakuragicho Station and Hinodecho Station both serving the area, getting around Yokohama is easy. With our hotel located just half an hour from Tokyo Haneda Airport, and with the major Tokyo Stations all under an hour away, exploration isn’t limited to one city. Just ask our friendly employees for their best picks in the area and start your adventure as soon as you arrive.

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Spare a moment to see the Pacific Convention Plaza Yokohama, perfectly placed for business visitors and an eye-catching example of futuristic design for the architecture enthusiast. Continue your explorations at unique tourist attractions like the Nissin Cup Noodle Museum and the adorable Anpanman Museum. Why not combine your dining and sightseeing with a visit to Yokohama Chinatown, where the fantastic range of fantastic restaurants will suit any appetite. Not far from there, the historic Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse row offers additional dining possibilities. Originally constructed in the 19th century, the warehouses are now full of shops, eateries, and cafes overlooking the water. For pubs and bars that come with the locals’ seal of approval, be sure to check out the popular Noge District.

Light, bright, airy rooms are available as Twin, Semi-doubles and Singles, and come with nightwear and bathroom amenities. The hotel also offers a laundry corner and courier service, options designed with our long-term visitors in mind.

Whether you want to take in the best of Yokohama or are looking for easy access to Tokyo, FLEXSTAY INN Sakuragicho is the perfect choice for business visitors, solo travelers and tourists alike.

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