Hotels Near Arakiya In Munakata

4/5Very Good12 Reviews
0.11km from Arakiya
The staff is very nice (as any Japanese in the service industry), but their English is so limited that restricts them from giving guests all the information they need to know, like the restaurants' working hours/days or that you have to pay to use the pool and even the onsen (hot springs) which we only found out when checking out by googling its meaning. And I guess that's why no one replied my mail asking about shuttle bus service or hot tubs in the room. The hotel has like five restaurants, a bar, and a tea lounge, but only the latter is open every day, while the others take turns to open. Not only their operating hours are extremely limited, but also you need to check every day which one is open and make reservations beforehand. The tea lounge is right next to the pool and sells draft beer, but won't let you bring the food outside, which is quite a bummer when you're on vacation and just want to chill by the pool eating some pizza and beer. No complementary water in the room and you have to pay for everything: pool, onsen, bicycles... Their breakfast was surprisingly good with American options, such as bacon, pancake, scrambbled eggs, as well as with Japanese dishes. It's a small and quiet town where most restaurants close after lunch and they also close very early in the evening. So get used to having dinner before 8PM and if you're going out for lunch make sure to leave before noon or eat at the hotel, since by the time you find a place to eat it will be late.
FromUS$86
3.5/55 Reviews
1.49km from Arakiya
Set in Munakata, 30 km from Fukuoka, Oyado Hanawarabi features air-conditioned rooms and free private parking. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Every room comes with a flat-screen TV. All rooms include a private bathroom equipped with a bath. Extras include slippers and a hairdryer. Oyado Hanawarabi features free WiFi throughout the property. There is a gift shop at the property. The area is popular for golfing and horse riding. The nearest airport is Fukuoka Airport, 30 km from Oyado Hanawarabi.
FromUS$136
0/50 Reviews
4.36km from Arakiya
Featuring free WiFi, a restaurant and a seasonal outdoor pool, Konominato Kanko Hotel offers accommodation in Munakata. Free private parking is available on site.There is free shuttle service at the property.You can engage in various activities, such as horse riding and fishing. Fukuoka is 28 km from Konominato Kanko Hotel, while Kitakyushu is 32 km from the property. The nearest airport is Fukuoka Airport, 29 km from Konominato Kanko Hotel.
FromUS$66
3.1/514 Reviews
8.65km from Arakiya
The room feels a bit small, but very clean and easy to use. I think most of them are used by car, but there are restaurants within walking distance, so I repeat them.
FromUS$41

Hotels Near Arakiya In Munakata Review

3.1/514 Reviews
The room feels a bit small, but very clean and easy to use. I think most of them are used by car, but there are restaurants within walking distance, so I repeat them.
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FromUS$41
4/512 Reviews
The staff is very nice (as any Japanese in the service industry), but their English is so limited that restricts them from giving guests all the information they need to know, like the restaurants' working hours/days or that you have to pay to use the pool and even the onsen (hot springs) which we only found out when checking out by googling its meaning. And I guess that's why no one replied my mail asking about shuttle bus service or hot tubs in the room. The hotel has like five restaurants, a bar, and a tea lounge, but only the latter is open every day, while the others take turns to open. Not only their operating hours are extremely limited, but also you need to check every day which one is open and make reservations beforehand. The tea lounge is right next to the pool and sells draft beer, but won't let you bring the food outside, which is quite a bummer when you're on vacation and just want to chill by the pool eating some pizza and beer. No complementary water in the room and you have to pay for everything: pool, onsen, bicycles... Their breakfast was surprisingly good with American options, such as bacon, pancake, scrambbled eggs, as well as with Japanese dishes. It's a small and quiet town where most restaurants close after lunch and they also close very early in the evening. So get used to having dinner before 8PM and if you're going out for lunch make sure to leave before noon or eat at the hotel, since by the time you find a place to eat it will be late.
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FromUS$86
4/512 Reviews
The staff is very nice (as any Japanese in the service industry), but their English is so limited that restricts them from giving guests all the information they need to know, like the restaurants' working hours/days or that you have to pay to use the pool and even the onsen (hot springs) which we only found out when checking out by googling its meaning. And I guess that's why no one replied my mail asking about shuttle bus service or hot tubs in the room. The hotel has like five restaurants, a bar, and a tea lounge, but only the latter is open every day, while the others take turns to open. Not only their operating hours are extremely limited, but also you need to check every day which one is open and make reservations beforehand. The tea lounge is right next to the pool and sells draft beer, but won't let you bring the food outside, which is quite a bummer when you're on vacation and just want to chill by the pool eating some pizza and beer. No complementary water in the room and you have to pay for everything: pool, onsen, bicycles... Their breakfast was surprisingly good with American options, such as bacon, pancake, scrambbled eggs, as well as with Japanese dishes. It's a small and quiet town where most restaurants close after lunch and they also close very early in the evening. So get used to having dinner before 8PM and if you're going out for lunch make sure to leave before noon or eat at the hotel, since by the time you find a place to eat it will be late.
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FromUS$86
3.1/514 Reviews
The room feels a bit small, but very clean and easy to use. I think most of them are used by car, but there are restaurants within walking distance, so I repeat them.
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FromUS$41
3.5/59 Reviews
Super good hotel, the booked room type includes a dinner ~ super delicious ~ and the private soup scenery is also very beautiful, regretted only booked for one night, did not have a good experience, recommend everyone to do the spa is very comfortable for the first time I almost fell asleep~
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FromUS$208
4.2/513 Reviews
My wife and I use this hotel when we visit her parents. We also use Nishitetsu Inn and Comfort hotel. Crown Palais is further away from Kurosaki railway station than the other two hotels I mentioned, at about 15 minutes walking distance, but bus station is right in front of it. Services are good and everyone is polite, Japan being well known for that. Nobody seems to know much English. That’s not a problem though when having a Japanese wife like I have or when traveling with a Japanese friend. Rooms have different names but are basically of two sizes: 16 sqm and 24 sqm. Prices are per person, not per room, as it’s usual in Japan. That means that a double room of 5000¥ per night (depending on where and how you reserve it) will be actually 10000¥ if you book it for 2 persons. Food got much better since our last stay. There are many eat out options few hundred meters away from the hotel, which you should check. Breakfast buffet in the hotel costs 1200 yen for guest and 1500 per visitor and I was really impressed of the improvement since our last stay. Bread and pastries are made while breakfast is served and you can have them fresh and warm. I’m uploading a picture with part of the breakfast my wife and I are having while I’m writing this review.
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FromUS$42
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