Hotel New Yokosuka

1-12, Honcho, Yokosuka Yokosuka 238-0041
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  • Studio & One Bedroom Units Available
  • One Bathroom
  • Laundry In Building & Laundry On Site

Property Details

About this property

Situated in Yokosuka, 400 m from Yokosuka Base, Hotel New Yokosuka features accommodation with a bar, private parking and a shared lounge. Around 22 km from Hakkeijima Sea Paradise, the property is also less than 1 km away from Yokosuka Arts Theatre and offers free WiFi. The accommodation provides a 24-hour front desk, ticket service and currency exchange for guests.

All rooms at the hotel have air conditioning, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, DVD Player, and a private bathroom with a bidet, a hairdryer and free toiletries. All guest rooms will provide guests with a desk and a kettle.

Buffet and American breakfast options are available each morning at Hotel New Yokosuka.


Air Conditioned Apartments
Utilities included
Laundry Service Available
Complimentary WiFi
Common Launderette
Printer and PC Room
Lounge and Bar

Property Location

About Yokosuka, Japan

Learn About This Location

Yokosuka is a city by the sea with a temperate climate and scenic beauty. The Miura Clan flourished in the Middle Ages and was essential in establishing the Kamakura Bakufu. About 150 years ago American Commodore Matthew Perry landed in Kurihama, leading to the construction of the Yokosuka Arsenal and subsequent development of the shipbuilding industry, a crucial aspect of Japan’s modernization.

Japan’s opening to the world was triggered by Commodore’s arrival, and so Yokosuka became Japan’s doorway to the world at large. Yokosuka City hopes to be known as the “International City of Culture by the Sea.”

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