Pros: Very friendly staff, great onsen with spectacular views, terrific restaurant with reasonable pricing, comfortable beds, entertainment in the evening most fun I've had in Japan.
Cons: Swimming pool was closed for the duration of our stay without notification at time of booking, the 'mountain view' room was really a parking lot view and the room itself looked like a ...
Pros: The facilities for children, the cultural performance, the onsen and simply fantastic views. Hotel staff were extremely helpful, even though not all of them spoke English. It's one of the best ...
Cons: The location of the hotel is a little far. Although it's still possible to walk to places of interest.
Pros: Environment is great. Have rabbit and goat feeding for kids. Dinner time has game stall for fun. Good alternative because of Earthquake to reroute my itin. Have private Onsen for fee.
Cons: Remember refill your gas tank earlier as most gas station here close at 6pm.
Pros: Seaview Onsen great. Fun game stall at dinner time. New building offers newer room facilities. Breaskfast buffet has lots of choice includes jap and western style. Rabbit and goat feeding is great for...
Cons: Main building toilet is very small.
Pros: I loved the ladies onsen (hot spring bath), that alone justified stay in hotel. And cant complain as the special price was really good. Nice to have free coffee and tea in the recepcion area.
Cons: Its a huge, massive complex, with lots of people, doesnt feel cozy...many groups of young japanese around
Pros: The public bath was great. The staff were very helpful.
Cons: Our western style room was very ordinary. It smelt of smoke. The beds, however, were really comfortable. Wish we had booked Japanese style rooms.
Pros: Helpful staff, free shuttle to ferry, good breakfast buffet selection, friendly goat and rabbits in petting zoo
Cons: Half hour boring walk to castle, no appealing restaurants nearby, weak wifi, heater/air conditioner right over one bed blasted hot and then cold air on the sleeping person
Pros: Fun hotel especially with the events every night at the hotel lobby and sitting area. Almost like a carnival. We love the onsens too
Cons: On the first night one of the beds was too soft something wrong with the mattress. They made up for it by giving us a very nice room the next day. We also had a very nice dinner on the 2nd night. The ...
When visiting Shimabara, Hotel Nampuro is a great choice to consider. Guests can indulge in spa services, then grab a bite to eat at one of the 3 restaurants. A fitness center and a children's pool are other highlights, and all rooms offer deep soaking tubs and flat-screen TVs.
Pros: Excellent value and breakfast included. It's half way between the port and the town.
Cons: No English spoken. I will have to learn Japanese for my next visit
A comfortable, pleasant space, perfect for seeing the sights. Only a 3-minute drive to Port Shimabara and five minutes to downtown Shimabara. Easy access for both business and sightseeing. Free parking. Complimentary breakfast. All rooms have bidet toilet and individual air conditioning.
This is an authentic resort-style hotel designed in a South American motif. All guest rooms face the southeast and the hotel has ample facilities to ensure that guests can enjoy a fun stay throughout the year. The hotel is 10 minutes by car from Nankan interchange.
We had a grand opening in Arao City in Kumamoto Prefecture!! We have a terrific deal, \4600 per night for a single room with breakfast. We are located near the border of Fukuoka and Kumamoto Prefecture, close to the amusement park, Greenland. A great hotel for your leisure and business.
Cons: Hasn't been renovated since the 80's. Bathroom in suite is extremely old. Room smells like cigarettes and old. Food is cafeteria quality. Hot bath has cracked and molded walls and ceilings. ...
Pros: The breakfast was delicious. The private Onsen set in a Japanese garden was charming.
Cons: The outdated bathroom. Challenging for walking impaired.
Pros: All aspects you can remind of.
Cons: Difficult to find by yourself at night. In fact there is a bus stop from rail station to the slope nearby but when you arrive you might be unclear about a new place. Better to contact the hotel for ...
Pros: Fantastic, newly renovated Onsen Hotel. Our room was the Deluxe room. Perfect for our family of five. Although there is an onsen in our room, we didn't need to use it as the outdoor large onsen ...
Enjoy your visit to Tamana with a stay at Satsuki Bessou. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out Rokkatei, which serves Japanese cuisine and is open for breakfast and dinner. There's also a garden, and rooms offer deep soaking tubs and refrigerators.