Hotels Near Ganso Pikaichi In Fukuoka

4.3/5Excellent11 Reviews
0.04km from Ganso Pikaichi
I had a short Fukuoka trip with my daughter for 3 days 2 nights. We have great that to chose Smile Hotel as our accommodation. The hotel is only need to take few mins walking from Hakata station. The room is cleaned and neat, the staffs are polite even though a cleaner. Front desk staffs are helpful, I requested to assist to book a cab as I was taking earliest flight and they have no delayed to do it. I will come back to Smile Hotel again in futute if I travel to Fukuoka.
FromUS$24.00
4.4/5Excellent92 Reviews
0.08km from Ganso Pikaichi
Nice hotel in a good location to explore Fukuoka since it's really closed to Hakata station which is very convenient to travel to different location by taking the train/JR. The room is clean and size is suitable for two persons with luggage. I'd like the smart TV in the room which can be connected to my smart phone for watching youtube.
FromUS$30.00
3.9/59 Reviews
0.13km from Ganso Pikaichi
R&B is always a safe bank for a gold nights sleep and a free basic breakfast. This Hotel is a bit difficult to find in a rather small street and an area where one feels a bit insecure when walking there at night. Staff speaks no English but is very welcoming an helpful. Our rooms were spacious and clean. We used the laundry and were surprised positively. If you want to stay near the station, it is a good chice. If you want to explore nightlife, better stay in Tenjin.
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4.3/5Excellent83 Reviews
0.13km from Ganso Pikaichi
This was my first trip to Fukuoka and I was amazed by the centrality of the hotel to the railway station, merely minutes away across the street into an adjacent street. The location made my 3 days stay well served and accessible. Check-in was breeze, having prepared for my arrival they upgraded my room based on my IHG status, were courteous and prompt. The only thing that could have been better would have been if I had been greeted as a Platinum member (something I thought IHG had an edge compared to others). The courteous staff nevertheless left me less bothered. Club access was clearly explained. The room was of great size, spacious and inviting. Travelling as a family of 3, I could see they were prepared for us as all amenities were in threes. The room was clean and comfortable which made for restful sleep. We went to the Club lounge and was warmly greeted by the lounge staff.The lounge was compact but served its purpose for the size of the hotel.We spend many enjoyable moments at the lounge and was impressed by the eagerness of the staff to assist. Some spoke in limited English but that did not stop their willingness to shower us as guest with hospitable service. I am touched by their seriousness to service. Even upon check-out they invited us to spend time at the lounge if we were not rushing. Alas we were, so we left for the train station having said our goodbyes. The staff at the lobby were equally warm. Every morning and evening I was greeted with bows and helped with calling the elevator whenever they were sure I was headed that way. Likewise when we were departing , we were told we could wait at the lounge for comfort. This level of warmth on a cold winter's morning makes me want to come back. One of the most defining acts in luxury is the sincerity and care for details by staff members (soft issues) besides the luxury seen by infrastructure grandeur. In this sense ANA Crowne Plaza Hotel stands out. Well done Sir/Madam.
FromUS$63.00
4.3/5Excellent206 Reviews
0.15km from Ganso Pikaichi
We stayed at this hotel for 4 nights in our recent trip to Fukuoka. The hotel is located within a 10min walk from Hakata Station (nearest station exits, west 21 or 24), that is very convenient. Also, there are several convenience stores, eateries, cafes etc around. And from here, Hakata Canal City is about 12~15 mins walk. So would say the location is accessible and centralized. The hotel, however, is quite dated, from its outlook and of course it's layout, decor and physical way. While most hotels are already using card access technology, it still uses the metal key. Our room was 606, would say was fine based on Japanese standard (but our rooms in Hiroshima few days back and in Osaka, was much bigger), in terms of size. But the bathroom was spacious, with a bathtub too. Flooring was wooden throughout, quite unique. Beds were fine but pillows were too soft. So we had to pile 2 together so as to better support our heads. Aircon was not working properly despite turning to the full blast (we even saw guests from the other rooms requesting/getting desktop fans from the reception), so we had to open the windows, that was far more cooling than it. There was no cabinet but just a metal rod for you to hang your clothings. While room service was well done and all used items were replenished, there were only 3 sachets of green tea allocated "pathetically", without bottles of mineral water or coffee, surprisingly, unlike all other hotels we have stayed in Japan thus far. Wifi connection was stable and fast, without the need of password. Breakfast at the cafe. Throughout our stay, the same items of food were presented, and nothing new. While, the food were generally satisfactory, choices were quite limited. And there were no fresh fruits too. Staff were generally friendly here. But what was interesting was that when you entered and presented the breakfast voucher to the staff, he would take a tray and place a plate and pass to you (while speaking in Japanese, asking you to collect your utensils at the side) and if you do not take the tray but move on to find a table, he would stare at you! That reminded me of my kindergarten or army days in military camp (or to some extent, quite similar to prison). While it's a nice gesture, it's also quite "authoritarian". Reception. Staff were generally friendly and could speak English and had no difficulty in communicating. As the checkin time was 3pm (standard in Japan), do not think they would allow you for early checkin (though in Hiroshima, that hotel allowed that) but you can keep your luggage with the concierge. So overall, our stay was satisfactory but it could be better (especially when we had experienced a much better, 5-star service just days before in Hiroshima).
FromUS$42.00
0/50 Reviews
0.17km from Ganso Pikaichi
The Amistad Hotel Fukuoka provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. Visitors to Fukuoka will find that the Amistad Hotel Fukuoka is a fantastic accommodation choice. The hotel is conveniently located just 800m from JR Hakata Station and 4km from Fukuoka Airport. The closest major public transportation, Gion Metro Station, is only 900m away. Famous local attractions Sumiyoshi Sake, Rakusuien and Hakata Station, can all be reached with a short walk. This hotel makes a great place to kick back and relax after a long day of sightseeing.
FromUS$100.00
0/50 Reviews
0.17km from Ganso Pikaichi
The Tamai Affinity Building provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. The Tamai Affinity Building offers a pleasant stay in Fukuoka for those traveling for business or leisure. With JR Hakata Station just 800m away and Fukuoka Airport only 4km away, transportation is very convenient. Just a short walk from Hakata Metro Station, traveling to most city destinations is a breeze. Guests will find Rakusuien, Kodai Rikishi Statue and Ninjin Park just a short distance from the hotel. At the end of a busy day, travelers can unwind and relax in the hotel or go out and enjoy the city.
FromUS$79.00
0/50 Reviews
0.17km from Ganso Pikaichi
Property Location With a stay at Hakata Apartment in Fukuoka (Hakata-ku), you'll be steps from Furuyu Onsen and Kawakamikyo Onsen. This apartment is 0.1 mi (0.1 km) from Kumanokawa Onsen. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the guestrooms, featuring kitchenettes with refrigerators and stovetops. Rooms have private balconies. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and flat-screen televisions are provided for your entertainment. Conveniences include microwaves and electric kettles.
FromUS$64.00
3.9/54 Reviews
0.18km from Ganso Pikaichi
My family stayed here for three nights total on a trip to Fukuoka. The staff do not speak English, which is fine if all you need to do is go to a bed and leave in the morning. My parents had their Japan rail passes sent to the hotel, which is a simple transaction that any hotel should be able to handle. It didn't come the day it should have, but we kept following up as best we could through the language barrier. Even though we then got confirmation that the package had arrived, we had to explain to a new staff member each time, who would say it hadn't come. This was a necessary and pretty expensive set of documents for my parents' trip in Japan that couldn't be refunded. The staff didn't have access to an interpreter by phone, or weren't willing to contact one, which is surprising for a nationally ubiquitous chain of hotels in Japan. We had to ask an interpreter who worked for Japan Post to explain the situation to the hotel before they would take any responsibility. In the end it turned out the hotel had accidentally given our mail to another customer, who had opened it and thrown it away. We probably wasted six hours over multiple days during my parents' stay. I can't recommend this hotel to anyone who doesn't speak Japanese. The room was just fine. Tight and clean as expected.
FromUS$30.00
4.7/5Outstanding61 Reviews
0.2km from Ganso Pikaichi
New hotel near Hakata Station ! Actually it’s within walkable distance, so the location was quite good actually, there is a famous shrine right in front of the hotel called Sumiyoshi Shrine , and if you walk maybe 7 minutes you will be able to reach Canal City shopping mall and if you go a bit more you can also reach Nakasu, everything is quite close from the hotel. The hotel is quite new so it was quite clean. Wifi was good, but there is not many facilities inside it, and the price was a bit high. The room was quite small but it has almost everything you need. There is a cafe on the first floor but I didn’t try it though. The elevator was quite stressful, no matter what time you go or leave there using the elevator, it will always go through the 2nd floor ( reception floor) first, there is no way avoid it... It was quite annoying when you are tired from a long day of travel ...
FromUS$19.00
4.6/5Outstanding460 Reviews
0.23km from Ganso Pikaichi
It is greatly convinient location for business and leisure. Hotel provide hot spring facility in the first floor so you can begin with hot spring in the morning and you can relax in the evening too. If I have a chance to visit this city, I would like to stay in this hotel again. I would like to highly recommend this hotel.
FromUS$24.00
4.5/5Excellent46 Reviews
0.24km from Ganso Pikaichi
Triple room is actually quite big, comfortable room for 2-3 people. The shower and bathroom is small but functional and clean. Typical Japanese bathroom. We had a non smoking room on the top floor which is the 11th floor and did not have breakfast included. Loved that the windows opened and we had a humidifier in the room as well as slippers and a small wardrobe for hanging items. No safe in the room. The room did include a charger for all phone types and had a small vanity table or study table. Very clean room even though the hotel is slightly dated and beds and sheets are comfortable and clean. Around 10 minutes on foot to both the main station Hakata Station and Canal City. Direct bus to and from the airport just around the corner and loads of convenience stores within 2 minutes walk with a 7/11 literally across the street. We needed parking for one night and the nearby car park is probably 3 minutes on foot. It is one of the cheapest in the area even if it charges by the hour (100 yen per hour peak/ 100 yen for 2 hours after 8pm).
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Hotels Near Ganso Pikaichi In Fukuoka Review

4.8/5145 Reviews
Hakata
The location is very convenient which is just few minutes to the shopping mall and the JR station. The room is very spacious and clean. There is a outdoor swimming pool and hot spring, it's difficult to find in other hotel within the down town. The buffet breakfast also very good, though there are not many varieties of food but they are very fresh and yum. I definitively will come again.
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FromUS$88.00
4.7/5145 Reviews
Hakata
The location was great as it was a 3-minute walk from West Exit 8 of Hakata Station. There are Starbucks, Seven Eleven, and bus stops next door, so it's easy to get around, and the room is nice from the entrance to a Japanese business hotel. I went in the winter, but I think the heating system needs improvement. When the temperature increased because it was cold, warm wind came out after a while, and then cool wind came out again. I don't understand that the warm wind doesn't come out regularly.
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FromUS$37.00
4.8/5748 Reviews
Hakata
The hotel is very convenient since it’s connected with HAKATA station, walk to Tokyo Hands in 10 mins, with supermarket and Hankyu and shopping center. Most of the staff can provide very good service, just a little bit slow.... the only thing I don’t like is the strange smell in the elevator that connect B1, it’s like the smell of renovation, hope can improve by using fragrance in the elevator.
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FromUS$64.00
4.5/5550 Reviews
I like this hotel. Staff are very nice and breakfast was superb. There were quite limited parking but if you let them know in advance you should have a space. We were lucky to met a Thai sfaff lady as my parents cannot speak english much she was so helpful to recommend some places to visit or restaurants.
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FromUS$37.00
4.6/5460 Reviews
Hakata
It is greatly convinient location for business and leisure. Hotel provide hot spring facility in the first floor so you can begin with hot spring in the morning and you can relax in the evening too. If I have a chance to visit this city, I would like to stay in this hotel again. I would like to highly recommend this hotel.
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FromUS$24.00
4.5/5107 Reviews
Hakata
The hotel is quite new and the room is comfortable. It's 3 mins walk from Gion station and around 10 mins walk from Hakata station. I stayed in the superior twin room and there's a massage chair in the room. Though I am a bit disappointed that the bathroom is different from the photo (It's probably more a problem with trip.com, not the hotel. Overall the experience is very good and it's a better choice than its pier at the same price range.
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FromUS$51.00
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