Pros: Beautiful ryokan looking over the gorge at the beginning of a lovely walk along the gorge. Staff was incredible! And the food was amazing! The ultimate Japan travel experience in every respect. They ...
Pros: Very friendly staff, food was great
Pros: A truly Japanese upmarket accommodation experience with spacious, multi roomed suites, tastefully and thoughtfully furnished, superb private bathroom, large living and separate sitting room space ...
Cons: Absolutely nothing.
Pros: Excellent services from train station pick up to check in. All the staff is so friendly and considering especially 京子 Kyoko, she took care all our needs in every detail as my mom is almost 80 and she ...
Cons: Nothing we dislike.
Hanamurasaki offers an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for JPY 6300-7200 per vehicle roundtrip. You can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant, or indulge in massages, facials, or Ayurvedic treatments. Free bike rentals and 2 spa tubs are other highlights, and rooms at this upscale ryokan offer upscale touches like private spa tubs and soaking tubs.
Pros: Private resort...onsen....big room. great breakfast Staff helpful - showed us how to dress in the yukatas. First time japan visitors.
Cons: A bit isolated, far from train station. Shuttle only runs certain time. Taxi is expensive. No public bus. Better to stay put in resort. Go weekday - less crowded, much cheaper rates. If you want to...
Pros: Service of the staff....excellent
Pros: The in room open air Onsen and the helpful staff including shuttle bus staff. Also the hotel ambiance was real nice.
Cons: Real hard to find restaurants with walking distance around hotel. The few we found were either hidden on a back street are closed. We were lucky the two that finally located after walking in circles ...
Pros: Huge ryokan with bars, shops, restaurants and public baths. Rooms are huge and clean. Very comfortable stay.
Cons: Service very average. For a ryokan this size and fame, service can be improve ALOT. Even small ryokan have better service and guidance than this. Car park system not good. Can be improved and offer ...
Pros: Excellent big rooms, we have stayed in a private Onsen room, spectacular accomodation in terms of size, cleanliness and modern. Include must sauna in room. Ryokan got big public bath and night drum ...
Cons: Service can be improve much much more. We were greeted and welcomed when we first arrived- valet parking and luggage taken to the room. Then the service completely stopped. No guide of the room, after...
Pros: Very nice Japanese style hotel, friendly staff at a very reasonable price. The view and design inside were stunning. Good facilities, especially the beautiful foot Onsen outside and the private open ...
Cons: Only if: - they have laundry service. - longer timeline: bike rental to 18:00 only. - a little more flexible: we arrived at 14:15, and was to wait until around 14:45 for check in, while there was ...
Pros: I like the bath house and the leg bath.
Pros: Good hot spring,and kind service.
Pros: The staff made tea for us when we arrived. The room is excellent, including two beds and a large tatami area. The open air onsen is lovely - a highlight!
A great choice for a stay in Kaga, Rurikoh features a nightclub. Guests can grab a bite to eat at one of the 2 restaurants and visit the spa to be pampered with massages, facials, or body treatments. 3 bars/lounges and free bike rentals are other highlights, and rooms at this upscale ryokan offer upscale touches like fireplaces and soaking tubs.
Pros: Good breakfast, kaiseki style. Great service.
Pros: Everything ckean and tidy
Cons: We stayed in ryokans many times before, and this is the highest price we paid ever, but the food provided was not the best. We were quite disappointed that the main course was just a small piece of ...
Pros: The room was excellent and the hotel staff provided superior service!! The breakfast was most impressive and delicious! Expensive, yes. But worth every yen!
Tachibana Shikitei is a great choice for a stay in Kaga. You can grab a bite to eat at the coffee shop/café and visit the spa to be pampered with hot stone massages, body scrubs, or aromatherapy. A bar/lounge and a garden are other highlights, and rooms at this upscale ryokan offer flat-screen TVs and refrigerators.
Pros: The room is very nice but the air conditioning is very weak. We find it too hot and stuffy to sleep in the evening. Dining is very good but no beef.
Enjoy your visit to Kaga with a stay at Yamanaka Onsen Kuriya Yasohachi. You'll have free perks like breakfast and self parking. A bar/lounge and a terrace are other highlights, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and refrigerators.
Pros: Service was impeccable. The hotel itself was beautiful! i wished i had stayed longer so i could explore outside of the area as there is so much to do in the hotel itself. Food was great and couldnt ...
Cons: The shuttle bus driver could be at the train station exit as we nearly missed the shuttle thinking he will be waiting along side the other shuttle bus drivers. nonetheless, everyone was very helpful ...
Pros: The private room dinner and breakfast were exciting and delicious. Private onsen bath in our room was luxurious. Our stay was very restful. The staff were discreet and helpful to the extent that they ...
Pros: Beautiful hotel and experience. The private Onsen was a bonus at no extra cost. The walk from the hotel down the river was a good experience.
Cons: Would have preferred to be given a choice which restaurant we ate in. The room was really warm - even with heaters off and the window open. There's no bar.
Pros: Everything was fantastic. Staff, room, restaurants, onsen...everything perfect.
Pros: The food and hot spring
Kissho Yamanaka offers a free airport shuttle at scheduled times. Guests can grab a bite to eat at one of the 3 restaurants and visit the spa to be pampered with hot stone massages, body scrubs, or facials. A bar/lounge and a sauna are other highlights, and rooms offer LCD TVs and refrigerators.
When visiting Kaga, Hotel Kikyou is a great choice to consider. You can relax with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the coffee shop/café is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. All rooms offer deep soaking tubs, flat-screen TVs, and refrigerators.
Pros: very nice outdoor onsen bath and excellent staff service.
Pros: Love the hotspring baths. Nice quiet place. Easy to get to and fro Kanazawa city by train. Yeah they even gave free simple breakfast.
Cons: Hard to get dinner outside if you don't have meal plan with the hotel.
Pros: We like the room type most. It is spacious and comfortable. The view of the room is great. The food also very good.
Cons: The onsen is too crowded in the afternoon 4-6 pm
Pros: Twin room is quite spacious by Japanese standard
Cons: No pick-up/shuttle bus after 6pm, and the hotel is quite far from the train station. Only taxi is available. The hotel description on Booking doesn't say shuttle bus is only available in the ...
Pros: Excellence survive mind. There is a nice Japanese restaurant. very near the hotel.
Cons: Should have hotel shuttle bus from. JR station in the morning time for guests whom want to left the luggages at the hotel and go out to. see other attractions before check in time. in the ...
Pros: The 3 different styles public baths were wonderful, 2 for night and 1 different for the morning, enjoyed every seconds in Kaga spa town. My fav onsen hotel so far!
Pros: Room size is great. Dinner and breakfast are well served and the quality of food and services is good. Onsen is very nice and we all enjoy it very much. The hotel staff are friendly and can speak ...
Cons: Nothing but my son expects more exciting games at the game centre. Most are outdated but expected.
Pros: Spa facilities, half board, room design...
Pros: Friendly staff. Good food.
Cons: Location a bit far from main tourist spots.
Pros: We spent Christmas Eve there and had a wonderful Christmas
A great choice for a stay in Kaga, Yunokuni Tensyo features an airport shuttle. You can indulge in massages, body scrubs, or aromatherapy, and Shiki, one of 7 restaurants, serves Japanese cuisine. An outdoor pool and a bar/lounge are other highlights, and rooms offer refrigerators and free WiFi.
Pros: Nice swimming pools and sauna. Very large bedroom for Japan
Cons: Little to visit in the local area unless you have a car
Pros: The environment, outlets atmosphere, rooms, onsen are all I like.
Cons: A bit far from the station, but good for privacy, I will stay there again.
Pros: The view from the room was magnificent. The room was large and very clean.
Cons: The hotel is isolated and thus has no place to go in the evening.
When visiting Kaga, Hotel Arrowle is a great choice to consider. The indoor pool is a great spot to take a dip, and guests can grab a bite to eat at BELLAVISTA, one of 2 restaurants, which serves Italian cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. 2 bars/lounges and an outdoor tennis court are other highlights, and rooms offer deep soaking tubs and flat-screen TVs.
When visiting Kaga, Yamanaka Onsen Ohanami Kyubei is a great choice to consider. After having fun at the seasonal outdoor pool, you can grab a bite to eat at the coffee shop/café. There's also a garden, and rooms offer refrigerators and room service.
Pros: Super friendly staff. Huge rooms. A variety of baths to choose from.
Cons: Not much English spoken and a bit far from the town centre.
Pros: - really big rooms! - free onsen on 1st floor - stylish hotel (60s-70s style) - free parking
Cons: - far from Kagaonsen station - a bit expensive
When visiting Kaga, Fujiya Ryokan is a great choice to consider. Guests can grab a bite to eat at the coffee shop/café and visit the spa to be pampered with massages, detox wraps, or facials. Nice touches like deep soaking tubs and slippers are offered up in all rooms, along with LCD TVs and minibars.
- This quiet lodging is located on the shore of Lake Shibayama, and features a beautiful view and delicious cuisine. - Staff will gently support guests in spending a special time with those dear to them. - As the ryokan is located a 10 minute drive from Hashitate Port, guests can enjoy monthly changing kaiseki course meals prepared with local ingredients, such as fresh seafood from the nearby fishing area, traditional Kaga vegetables that have been around since the Edo period, and more. - The large communal hot spring bath is a natural hot spring with 100% naturally flowing waters that is not supplemented with hot or cold water. - The fresh, rich saline spring will warm guests to the core. - The ryokan is also equipped with a sauna and water bath. - The open-air baths are a spacious and healing space that makes bathers feel as if they are floating in a lake. - In the ryokan, guests can relax while dressed in yukata. - Guests can enjoy beauty treatments and massages in their guestrooms and relax in the ganbak’yoku bedrock spa. The ryokan is also equipped with a karaoke box and table tennis. - In the ganban’yoku bedrock spa, guests change into the special clothing, lie down in the room with healing music playing, and just relax. This spa, where guests can comfortably work up a sweat is one of Tokigasane’s popular facilities. - There are a variety of guestrooms available, including rooms with natural open-air hot spring baths, special Japanese-style rooms, and Japanese/Western-style rooms which have Japanese-style rooms with beds. - Upon arrival, guests will be served tea and sweets in the cafe. After a short respite, guests will be given information about the ryokan and have arrangements made for dinner time. - From Kanazawa, it is about 25 minutes away via limited express train. From Komatsu Airport, it is about 20 minutes by car, making for a very convenient location. - There is also a free shuttle from the nearest station, Kagaonsen Station. (14:00 - 17:30, departing on the hour and 30 minutes past each hour; requires advanced reservation by 12:00 on the day)
Enjoy your visit to Kaga with a stay at Kaga Kanko Hotel. After having fun at the outdoor pool, you can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge. Other highlights include a seasonal outdoor pool, a children's pool, and a garden.
Pros: Staff are very friendly, nice, and helpful Rooms are big
Cons: We were there in July, which i guess that it is low season for them. - Overall hotel and its facilities were sort of old - Hotel and rooms are a bit dusty - The layout of outdoor onsen is not ...
Pros: The staff was very friendly and helpful despite their basic English. The Hotel is on an excellent location, right on the river and woods, so it feels immersed in nature. Our room was in fact an ...
Pros: Super large room (apartment), massage chairs, outdoor onsen, washing machine!
Cons: There were 2 moths and a bug in the room but the staff helped get rid of them. The women's outdoor bath is at a different level from the indoor and bec there is no shower at the outdoor area, it&#...
Cons: The staff cannot speak english
Pros: Outdoor bath breakfast
Pros: We had a great stay. We like the best of their free rental of bike, we took the kids to travel on the pathway towards the river nearby. The hot spring was super. Big rooms with futon set we still ...
Kakusenan is a great choice for a stay in Kaga. Guests will have free perks like WiFi and self parking. Free bike rentals and a terrace are offered, and rooms get the details right with deep soaking tubs and slippers.
Yunoyado Hakusanshoubutei is a great choice for a stay in Kaga. You can be pampered with spa services, then unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge. There's a sauna, and rooms offer deep soaking tubs and flat-screen TVs.
Pros: The location of this hotel is stunning, with a view out across the lake. The staff were extremely helpful, spoke English well and provided tea and a sweet on arrival. The interior of the rooms and ...
Pros: Staff were very friendly and offered an upgrade to a bigger size Japanese and Western room. Facilities within the room were very nice. Nice decor. Size of sleeping area, rest area, toilet, kitchenette...
Pros: Excellent Breakfast with good quality and many choices.
Cons: Should have taken the dinner seating at 6pm rather than 7pm. We found some food were already dried.
Pros: Fair price and nice breakfast
Cons: Old facilities
Pros: The staff are very nice and easy to communicate. The room is very clean and comfortable. It also has a great lake view.
Cons: The location of the hotel is far away from the train station. There is no attractions and restaurants near the hotel.
Pros: A wonderful stay :-) The staff couldn't have been friendlier, we were greeted with sweets and green tea ( macha ) when we arrive. All rooms overlooked the lake with a stunning view of the alps. ...
Cons: A tiny bit run down.
Pros: IT was the ultimate Japanese experience! Great food, sleeping on the floor, beautiful mountains and lake, great people at the hotel! I loved it all!
Cons: As a non-Japanese speaker, a few more signs in English would be great.... I did not use the spa's due to the fact I could not understand the rules...
Pros: The spaciousness in the room
Cons: The room may need to be refurbished
Pros: The onsen was wonderful! I was able to soak three times during my one night stay. I loved the outdoor onsen. The cool temperatures of the air with the steam rising off the hot water. Amazing! My ...
Cons: Sadly, I do not speak Japanese and the staff spoke very little English. The town is remote, and there really aren't many people who speak English. The website indicated they had a couple of ...
Kaga Katayamazu Onsen Kasuikyo features a free airport shuttle (available 24 hours), a marina, and a nightclub. Guests can indulge in massages and enjoy Japanese cuisine at WASHOKUDOKORO KAGA, which is open for breakfast and dinner. 3 bars/lounges and an indoor pool are other highlights at this upscale ryokan, and rooms offer up nice touches like deep soaking tubs and bathrobes.