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Hotel Aqua Blue Yokosuka - Adults Only
Hotel Aqua Blue Yokosuka - Adults Only
7.2 Good
3-5-17 Negishicho, Yokosuka, Japan
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2.7 mi from city centre, Yokosuka 
GoodBased on 183 reviews
7.2

Located only a short walk from Kitakurihama Railway Station, Hotel AQUA Blue Yokosuka Adult Only offers guests a convenient base when visiting Yokosuka.

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Cheapest month:May
Most expensive month:November
Average price in Yokosuka:£95/night
Absolute cheapest price found:£28/night
Cheapest day:Monday
Most expensive day:Saturday
£56 - £129
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
£67 - £122
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

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Hotel Aqua Blue Yokosuka - Adults Only
Hotel Aqua Blue Yokosuka - Adults Only
7.2 Good
3-5-17 Negishicho, Yokosuka, Japan
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2.7 mi from city centre,  

Located only a short walk from Kitakurihama Railway Station, Hotel AQUA Blue Yokosuka Adult Only offers guests a convenient base when visiting Yokosuka.

£48
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Where to stay in Yokosuka

About Yokosuka

Situated on the Miura Peninsula overlooking Tokyo Bay, Yokosuka has long played an important role in Japan's naval history. The country’s first lighthouse was established here and the Battleship Mikasa is now moored offshore, while the nearby island of Sarushima is scattered with Edo-period fortifications.

Things to do

Take in the sweeping views of Tokyo Bay from Kannonzaki Lighthouse, which was originally established by the Tokugawa Shogunate to protect against Western ships and rebuilt in 1925. It stands at the eastern tip of the Miura Peninsula and has binoculars for visitors to view the modern ships coming and going.

Adjacent to Kannonzaki Lighthouse is the Yokosuka Museum of Art, which boasts an impressive collection of around 5,000 works. Admire the Romantic and Impressionist pieces by Fujishima Takeji and learn about the Western-inspired Yōga style of painting in the works of Nakamura Tsune.

Step aboard the Battleship Mikasa, the flagship of Admiral Togo that played an influential role in the Battle of Tsushima. It’s been transformed into a ship museum, with costumed staff dressed like the original crew offering behind-the-scenes insight into the early-20th-century Russo-Japanese war.

Make a day trip to Sarushima, or “Monkey Island”, which is the only natural island in Tokyo Bay and served as a former barracks of the Tokugawa Shogunate. Wander around the historic stone wall, redbrick barracks and powder magazine to learn about the island’s history, then take a dip or go fishing at one of its numerous beaches.

Getting around

Yokosuka is around 1.5 hours by train from Tokyo and just over two hours from Narita International Airport. Buses and taxis are the best ways to get around Yokosuka.

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  • What are the best hotels in Yokosuka?

    Hotel Aqua Blue Yokosuka - Adults Only, rated with a score of 7.2 from 183 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Yokosuka. Other top stays include Hotel Mermaid (Adult Only), with an average rating of 7.5 from 228 reviewers, and Umino Hotel, with a score of 9.1 from 178 reviewers.