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Ocean view room, room size, breakfast and dinner, view from room, professional staff, cleanness
the public bath and dining experience
tatami floor is too hard and futon is too thin to sleep comfortably
We stayed in room 10-15, which is located on the highest floor on hotel's main building. We enjoyed the sea view from the room (and balcony) all the time we didn't enjoy it from onsen. The room is very spacious, bedding is very soft and comfortable. We are Europeans and would never expect that sleeping on a floor with just futon would be so comfortable! Breakfast and dinner are traditional Japanese kind, where you get a lot of small dishes. Some are cooked by staff in front of you. Unfortunately we didn't understand them very well, so might have overcooked some seafood, but anyway, we enjoyed food very much. It is very filling breakfast and dinner, but lunch wouldn't hurt. All eating places are located max 10 min walk from hotel, as well as famous onsen eggs preparation place. Just next to hotel there is a public park with free foot onsen.
The only thing I wasn't very happy about is glass panel in ladies' onsen, which blocks air flow and during night time you can't see sea and stars (my husband was very excited about the view from their onsen at night). By the way, onsens work from 3pm to 10 am.
The kaiseki dinner was outstanding!! The ocean view from the room was amazing. Down the street was a local summer festival.
It is a bit pricey but the service, amenities, friendliness of staff and location were superb. Dinner was outstanding!!
Super relaxing! Really kind helpful staff, so much space in my room, fabulous view from the lounge area... even my "city view" had a view of the park next door and the bay from my rooms sitting area. (I traveled during low season though so not sure if this is the norm). The onsens and products were good. If you want to get off the beaten track this is a nice place to rest in a lovely traditional style room setting.
I struggled for a while to find out how to make the lights get brighter in the main room... turns out they work by the remote... the glass infront of the women's onsen doors get in the way of the view a little but you're on the second floor so I can see why it's needed... the place could use a few more electricity outlets for today's techy peeps... not one of these things got in the way of me having a great time... (the light remote was actually fabulous when it was time to sleep!!!)
Located in Nanao, Hotel Kaibo is within a 5-minute drive of Wakura Showa Museum and Notojima Bridge. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, and an elevator. Free self parking is available onsite.
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- Spacious rooms
- Friendly atmosphere
- Great menu
- Great view
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FAQs when booking at Hotel Kaibo
Where is Hotel Kaibo located?
Hotel Kaibo is located at 12-3 Wakasaki Wakuramachi, 3.6 miles from the center of Nanao. Wakura Onsen is the closest landmark to Hotel Kaibo.
When is check-in time and check-out time at Hotel Kaibo?
Check-in time is 3:00 PM and check-out time is 10:00 AM at Hotel Kaibo.
Does Hotel Kaibo offer free Wi-Fi?
Yes, Hotel Kaibo offers free Wi-Fi.
Does Hotel Kaibo offer free parking?
Yes, Hotel Kaibo offers free parking.
Does Hotel Kaibo offer free airport shuttle service?
No, Hotel Kaibo does not offer free airport shuttle service.
How far is Hotel Kaibo from the airport?
Hotel Kaibo is 14.3 miles from Wajima Noto. Hotel Kaibo is 33.7 miles from Toyama.
Can you bring pets to Hotel Kaibo?
No, pets are not allowed at Hotel Kaibo.
Does Hotel Kaibo have a pool?
No, Hotel Kaibo does not have a pool onsite.
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|Wajima Noto||14.3 mi|