Hotels Near Bandotaro Komigawa

Hotels Near Bandotaro Komigawa In Katori

0/50 Reviews
4.52km from downtown
When you stay at this apartment in Katori-shi, you'll be within the vicinity of Sawara Historic Streets. This apartment is within the region of Daijion Temple and Choshoji Temple.The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.Make yourself comfortable in this apartment, featuring a kitchenette with a refrigerator and a stovetop. Conveniences include a microwave and a washing machine.
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3.5/55 Reviews
7.38km from downtown
Whether you're a tourist or traveling on business, Kashima Central Hotel is a great choice for accommodation when visiting Ibaraki. From here, guests can enjoy easy access to all that the lively city has to offer. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations.Take advantage of a wealth of unrivaled services and amenities at this Ibaraki hotel. To name a few of the hotel's facilities, there are facilities for disabled guests, car park.In addition, all guestrooms feature a variety of comforts. Many rooms even provide towels, air conditioning, heating, television, refrigerator to please the most discerning guest. The hotel's recreational facilities, which include sauna are designed for escape and relaxation. With an ideal location and facilities to match, Kashima Central Hotel hits the spot in many ways.
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4.8/5Outstanding40 Reviews
7.5km from downtown
とても安く利用できました。4月にオープンしたばかりの新しいホテルでとてもきれいでした。色々な所に手指消毒液が設置されていますし,朝食もビュッフェではなく,メインは日替わりのメニューで,ご飯(パン),味噌汁,総菜,飲み物はビニル手袋をはめて取るようになっていて,新型コロナ対策もOKでした。女風呂は,専用のカードキーがないと入れないようになっていました。また,洗い場はそれぞれに仕切りがあって,隣の人の水がかかることなく,よかったです。  ホテルの向かいには「ベイシア」があるので,食料品や日用品が買えますし,フードコートもあるので安心ですよ。
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3.8/530 Reviews
7.55km from downtown
国道沿いにあり、高速バスが発着するセントラルホテルから徒歩5分ほど。すぐ近くにファミレスやコンビニ、ホテル一階には居酒屋もあり何かと便利です。 泊まった部屋は少し狭かったですが、室内はとても清潔で、特に不満もなく快適に過ごせました。スタッフの対応も良く、鹿島に来たらまた利用したいですね。 ちなみに、ホテルを出てすぐの所に、鹿島神宮駅行きの大野原西というバス停がありますが、一日に数本しか運行していません。
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3.5/55 Reviews
7.9km from downtown
The hotel is equipped to accommodate guests visiting on business or even families. The Saryo Sunanosumika dining room is designed as a traditional tea house, where guests can enjoy seasonal banquet-style dishes. This hotel is perfect for business or pleas
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4/5Very Good5 Reviews
8.39km from downtown
A resort-style hotel located next to the clubhouse.
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4.4/5Excellent25 Reviews
8.76km from downtown
The manager Ken was wonderful. This is a real Japanese hostel with not many foreign guests, as not many foreigners visit Sawara. I was a bit worried about the floor beds in our private room at first, but they provided one of the most comfortable cozy nights ever. We stayed at other traditional Japanese sleeping hotels and always said they were not as comfortable as Coedo. It was of course spotless as everywhere in Japan and with a great location, nearest to the train station you could get with still being in "town". If you're not interested in Tokyo, but need a place near the airport, I would highly recommend this lovely town and this hostel. Also, it only costs about $10 to get here, so you can activate your JR railpass for the next day and not pay $38 to get into Tokyo and waste a day on the pass. (also if you can get through customs by 9am, Narita airport offers a free tour of this town, I highly suggest it.)
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4.1/5Very Good19 Reviews
8.76km from downtown
If you are looking for a traditional yet stylish "ryokan" style hotel not far from Tokyo, I can not recommend Nipponia Sawara enough. Staying at this hotel was beyond amazing, and it was one of the most memorable experiences during my honeymoon! First of all, the staff is INCREDIBLY nice, and so genuine. Getting to know and speak with Satoru-san, one of the hotel managers, was such a pleasure. He and his staff tended to all of my wife and my needs during our short stay and truly made the experience memorable. We opted for a special large size room that was a few blocks away from the main hotel and boy, was it worth it!! The room was MASSIVE and had all of the accouterments and style of a traditional room that you'd see in a Kurosawa film, mixed with some delightful modern conveniences. The bathroom was AWESOME!! You get the full size wooden tub which allows you to completely submerge yourself all the way up to your neck while sitting in it, if you are so inclined, and the temperature and water level is maintained throughout your entire bath, whether you are in there for 5 minutes or an hour. The water never gets cold and no matter how much spills out over the sides and into the conveniently placed drains, the level always stays consistent due to constant refilling. My wife and I were hooked, this was by far the nicest bathtub ever. And it's large enough to fit two people plus plenty of space for bottles of sake, if you catch my drift ;) If you stay here you MUST opt in for their 8 course dinner and traditional breakfast. OH MY GOD the food!!! It was oishii beyond comparison, and each course was so meticulously crafted, and the staff so attentive to your every need, we really felt like royalty while dining. If the restaurant doesn't have any Michelin stars, then it deserves at least one! And to finish off the amazing experience, the town of Sawara is quite delightful. It's not far from Narita airport, the river that runs through it is lovely, and a 10-15 minute drive away there is a beautiful shrine to explore as well as an authentic onsen with the hot water bubbling out from a serene pool surrounded by shimmering rocks and verdant nature. I recommend checking out the local famous tea house and ordering their toast with red bean paste spread along with green tea, then walk a few more blocks to the local sake brewery and try out various samples before purchasing a bottle or two (or three or four). Hands down one of the best hotels I've ever stayed at, and I will never forget the kindness and hospitality of Satoru-san and his amazing staff. Arigato gozaimasu, Satoru-san!!
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4.3/5Excellent6 Reviews
8.83km from downtown
Offering complimentary light breakfast and internet access in all guest rooms, it is a much-talked-about American style hotel that is ideal for carefree trip and convenient for business as well.
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4/5Very Good29 Reviews
9.11km from downtown
Support Evergrande’s away game and booked this hotel (JR Sawara Station) on the return route for the night. The hotel is on the left of the JR station exit; the rooms are spacious and uniquely furnished. Guests can try the hot spring facilities for free and Japanese breakfast. Not bad (suitable for children and the elderly) There is a 7-11 convenience store nearby, and you can take a highway bus to Tokyo Station in front of JR (if you don’t want to take JR)
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0/50 Reviews
9.85km from downtown
The Hotel Housen provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. Visitors to Katori will find that the Hotel Housen is a fantastic accommodation choice. Boasting a convenient location, the hotel is just 1km from JR Sawara Station and 27km from Narita International Airport. There's plenty to do nearby, with Tokun Sake Brewery, Suwa Shrine and Sahara Summer Matsuri all within a short distance. At the end of a busy day, travelers can unwind and relax in the hotel or go out and enjoy the city.
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3/55 Reviews
9.92km from downtown
Really good hotel in nice area. The hotel building is old, but it still have good rooms. We lived on japanice-style room, and it was nice and cofortable. Sleeping on tatami was nice. Food in the hotel was also good, and stuff was nice to explain us what and how to eat, as it is traditional japanice meal. Good chance for foreiner to learn traditional food. Please note, that diner is before 20:00 and you have to plan your tours and other. Special ecetiment with public bath. Perfect experience.
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Hotels Near Bandotaro Komigawa In Katori Review

4.1/519 Reviews
If you are looking for a traditional yet stylish "ryokan" style hotel not far from Tokyo, I can not recommend Nipponia Sawara enough. Staying at this hotel was beyond amazing, and it was one of the most memorable experiences during my honeymoon! First of all, the staff is INCREDIBLY nice, and so genuine. Getting to know and speak with Satoru-san, one of the hotel managers, was such a pleasure. He and his staff tended to all of my wife and my needs during our short stay and truly made the experience memorable. We opted for a special large size room that was a few blocks away from the main hotel and boy, was it worth it!! The room was MASSIVE and had all of the accouterments and style of a traditional room that you'd see in a Kurosawa film, mixed with some delightful modern conveniences. The bathroom was AWESOME!! You get the full size wooden tub which allows you to completely submerge yourself all the way up to your neck while sitting in it, if you are so inclined, and the temperature and water level is maintained throughout your entire bath, whether you are in there for 5 minutes or an hour. The water never gets cold and no matter how much spills out over the sides and into the conveniently placed drains, the level always stays consistent due to constant refilling. My wife and I were hooked, this was by far the nicest bathtub ever. And it's large enough to fit two people plus plenty of space for bottles of sake, if you catch my drift ;) If you stay here you MUST opt in for their 8 course dinner and traditional breakfast. OH MY GOD the food!!! It was oishii beyond comparison, and each course was so meticulously crafted, and the staff so attentive to your every need, we really felt like royalty while dining. If the restaurant doesn't have any Michelin stars, then it deserves at least one! And to finish off the amazing experience, the town of Sawara is quite delightful. It's not far from Narita airport, the river that runs through it is lovely, and a 10-15 minute drive away there is a beautiful shrine to explore as well as an authentic onsen with the hot water bubbling out from a serene pool surrounded by shimmering rocks and verdant nature. I recommend checking out the local famous tea house and ordering their toast with red bean paste spread along with green tea, then walk a few more blocks to the local sake brewery and try out various samples before purchasing a bottle or two (or three or four). Hands down one of the best hotels I've ever stayed at, and I will never forget the kindness and hospitality of Satoru-san and his amazing staff. Arigato gozaimasu, Satoru-san!!
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4.4/525 Reviews
The manager Ken was wonderful. This is a real Japanese hostel with not many foreign guests, as not many foreigners visit Sawara. I was a bit worried about the floor beds in our private room at first, but they provided one of the most comfortable cozy nights ever. We stayed at other traditional Japanese sleeping hotels and always said they were not as comfortable as Coedo. It was of course spotless as everywhere in Japan and with a great location, nearest to the train station you could get with still being in "town". If you're not interested in Tokyo, but need a place near the airport, I would highly recommend this lovely town and this hostel. Also, it only costs about $10 to get here, so you can activate your JR railpass for the next day and not pay $38 to get into Tokyo and waste a day on the pass. (also if you can get through customs by 9am, Narita airport offers a free tour of this town, I highly suggest it.)
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4/529 Reviews
Support Evergrande’s away game and booked this hotel (JR Sawara Station) on the return route for the night. The hotel is on the left of the JR station exit; the rooms are spacious and uniquely furnished. Guests can try the hot spring facilities for free and Japanese breakfast. Not bad (suitable for children and the elderly) There is a 7-11 convenience store nearby, and you can take a highway bus to Tokyo Station in front of JR (if you don’t want to take JR)
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