Our winter accommodation plan that includes a meal of Echizen crab is very popular. Meals include other delicious ingredients, such as Wakasa beef and tilefish. Spend a refined holiday surrounded by beautiful nature at this hotel on the shore of Lake Suigetsu. Guestrooms, the restaurant, lobby, and bathing area all face the lake.
Pros: The view from the dining room. I presume the most of the rooms don't have the sea view.
Cons: The public bath and room ( including bath and toilet ) are very dirty. It was freezing cold outside but the air condition in our room was out of order ( probably whole winter ) and the extra heater ...
Pros: A beautiful ryokan on the ocean, about 7km outside of Obama city. The information center at Obama station helped me with bus information, and the bus stop is not far from the ryokan. I had dinner and ...
Pros: The surroundings. Very nice Beach. Not any other foreign tourists.
Cons: The beds, but that is how it is in Japan.
Pros: The room was superb - Japanese style but it seemed big and also to have been newly decorated. (Perhaps some of your older comments may no longer be appropriate). The dinner and breakfast (Japanese ...
Cons: It might be helpful if you could provide times of busses from and to Obama Station.
Pros: Can't describe how amazing was it.
Cons: No other language than Japanese spoken. But it just made the experience more interesting.
Pros: We stayed only one night without breakfast&dinner. The building is classical Japanese style and the rooms are recently renovated and really clean. From the room we stayed, we could enjoy beautiful...
Pros: The staff are really helpful. Hotel was clean. The price was good for what was on offer. Futon bed was surprisingly comfortable.
Enjoy your visit to Obama with a stay at Sun Hotel Yamane. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. Rooms offer up nice touches like deep soaking tubs and slippers, along with refrigerators and room service.
Finished the work, business hotels of relaxation Stay. In public baths Guangming stone medicinal enters, healing the fatigue of a day's work today, to get to the vitality of tomorrow. The hotel is full of a feeling of cleanliness of the port city of Maizuru, a time of fulfillment.
Established in 1902, this wooden, authentic Japanese-style inn stands in the urban area of western Maizuru. The scent of wood evokes the ambiance of an old castle town. Guests can look forward to delicious, traditional Japanese cuisine.
This hotel offers a bed & breakfast atmosphere and a lovely location by Wakasa Bay. Free Services: Transportation to and from the nearest station, an Eastern-style mini-breakfast buffet (6:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.), rental cycles, coin laundry, coffee service, usage of the lobby computer, and more. Facilities: All rooms feature wireless internet. Smoking is allowed in all rooms. Smoking is prohibited in the restaurant and lobby. The hotel has four stories, but does not have an elevator. If prior notice is given, the hotel will try to provide a room on the second floor. There are no restaurants within walking distance; however a convenience store is located about a five-minute walk away. Also, a supermarket is located about a five-minute drive away. This hotel makes an ideal base for visiting Amanohashidate, one of Japan’s Three Scenic Views, as well as the entire northern region of Kyoto.
Pros: The staff were very helpful in giving me advice about where to eat, especially since many places were shut down for the holidays. I needed to keep my car parked there and they did not hesitate to ...
Cons: The floor I stayed on was a bit musty and the hall reeked of old cigarettes, but the room itself was clean and not smoky.
Pros: Interesting to see U.S. President Obama everywhere in a Japanese town.
Cons: no room light. you have only the desk light. no cold air condition on autumn.
Pros: Room was comfortable. We had the sea view which was nice. We could do our laundry for free. The surrounding scenic areas were very easily accessed by car.
Located in Obama, Wakasa No Yado Wakasafugu Kani No Hotel Sekumiya is minutes from Mackerel Road Museum and Mermaid Terrace. This hotel is within close proximity of Hachiman Shrine and Wakasa Fisherman's Wharf.
Make yourself at home in one of the 72 air-conditioned guestrooms. Satellite television is provided for your entertainment. Bathrooms have bathtubs and hair dryers.
Enjoy the recreation opportunities such as a sauna or make use of other amenities including complimentary wireless Internet access.
Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
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Free self parking is available onsite.
Situated right in front of Nishimaizuru Station, just an hour and a half from JR Tokyo Station by limited express train, this reasonably priced hotel is ideal for both business and sightseeing, especially for guests wishing to visit the Kitakinki and Tango areas. All rooms have LAN access, and there is a shared bath (open only to men on weekdays) and a restaurant attached to the hotel. Free parking is available as well, and guests can leave their luggage before check-in and after check-out free of charge.
Pros: Comfortable and clean room, good location not far from the main train station. Hotel is quite new.
Cons: The hotel should provide more international TV programs.
Pros: Good onsen and facilities.
Pros: The staff was as usual very helpful, even if they do not speak that well English. The room was as big as regular Japanese hotel rooms. The breakfast was ok. The hotel is 5 min far from Nishi ...
Cons: The bed was hard.
When visiting Maizuru, Plaza Hotel Maizuru is a great choice to consider. Free perks include WiFi, self parking, and continental breakfast daily between 6 AM and 11 AM. Rooms offer up nice touches like deep soaking tubs and slippers, along with flat-screen TVs and free wired Internet.
With a spectacular view of the eastern Maizuru Bay, this hotel provides guests with a variety of single and twin rooms in which to unwind and relish in the relaxing moment. All rooms have LAN connection. Great access to the ferry boarding area and the Maizuru World Brick Museum.
This hotel faces a beautiful beach. Facilities include a fishing pond and a marina. Crab and fugu (blowfish) dishes are this hotel's specialty. In the summertime, guests can enjoy having a barbecue on the balcony while watching the sunset.
Conveniently located in Maizuru, this hotel offers a great base for sightseeing around the local area and features comfortable Western-style guest rooms, traditional Japanese-style rooms, as well as relaxing communal baths.
Only 5 meters to the shore by the Sea of Japan, this hotel offers guests an enjoyable time swimming at the beach and savoring delicious meals. Taste homegrown Koshihikari rice and fresh seafood from Wakasa Bay, such as flatfish, sea bream and turban shells, as well as puffer fish and crab in winter.