Hotels Near Jr Hamasaka Station In Shinonsen

0/50 Reviews
0.45km from JR Hamasaka station
The japanese-style inn of the sommelier of Matsuba crab..Enjoy the taste of local products, Matsuba crab, Tajima beef, Hotaru ika.
FromUS$109.00
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1.24km from JR Hamasaka station
Owned and operated by Watanabe Suisan, Japan's largest handler of snow crabs.
FromUS$33.00
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7.9km from JR Hamasaka station
Standing on a hill offering a panoramic view of Yumura Onsen hot spring resort. Choose your style of relaxation in the large stone bath, an open-air bath or a cypress wooden bath with a great views.
FromUS$93.00
0/50 Reviews
7.99km from JR Hamasaka station
I travelled to northern Hyogo by myself, and chose to stay this hotel,, and I found this choice was correct! dinner and breakfast→ hotel staff(okami) brought to the room, and I even enjoyed the conversation with a very polite and friendly hotel staff. it is like a traditional Japanese hotel (ryokan) way, and too many kind of foods and beautiful&gourgeous! spa(onsen)→very large, taking onsen itself is already the main purpose for staying they have cold water service, giving me just after coming out of the spa room. I love it the room charge is expensive for one person stay, but I believe it is worthy and want to stay again!
FromUS$459.00
3.7/511 Reviews
8.2km from JR Hamasaka station
Yukai Resort Yumura Miyoshiya Hyogo located in Hyogo. The hotel is not too far from the city center. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations.Yukai Resort Yumura Miyoshiya Hyogo also offers many facilities to enrich your stay in Hyogo. To name a few of the hotel's facilities, there are free Wi-Fi in public areas, gift/souvenir shop, 24-hour front desk, luggage storage.The hotel's hot spring bath, outdoor pool(only in summer), Japanese warm bamboo massage, table tennis, free karaoke are ideal places to relax and unwind after a busy day. Yukai Resort Yumura Miyoshiya Hyogo is an ideal place of stay for travelers seeking charm and comfort in Hyogo.
FromUS$62.00

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Hotels Near Jr Hamasaka Station In Shinonsen Review

4.4/510 Reviews
I stayed in Guesthouse Famusuton for two nights and the dorm price was relatively cheap. Even though I arrived earlier than my check-in time, the affable dad welcomed me into the house and gave me a brief tour of the place. It seems they too have the irksome rule of requiring guests to vacate the premises from 10am to 4pm everyday, although they’re more flexible about it than my previous lodging. We chatted a bit with my broken Japanese after which the dad took the effort to print out the bus station name for my reference upon learning my itinerary for the day. The location is pretty good, within walking distance from the Iwami station with a Family Mart and supermarket close by. There were restaurants in the area too but they were all closed due to Covid19 when I was there. During my stay, I visited the Tottori Sand Dunes as well as Uradome coast, both of which is easily accessible by local bus. I was the only person in the dorm and so had the luxury of the whole room to myself. Probably because the room is big, the heater AC couldn’t keep the whole place warm enough even at full blast, although it’s cosy enough when I’m tucked under the blankets. The thin mattress isn’t comfy to sleep on, so I ended up sleeping in fits and starts. Maybe I could have stacked up a few more extra mattresses but I didn’t wish to overstep any boundaries. The communal facilities and amenities in the house were varied and plentiful, from multiple large wash basins to a convenient kitchenette to bookshelves full of manga. Wifi was ok at first but slowed to a crawl after the first day, so I could not get much work done.
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FromUS$32.00
4.5/521 Reviews
A great youth hostel, it is the operating model of the cafe. Breakfast is 300 yen, a salad, self-service toast, self-service juice coffee, very cost-effective. I originally thought it was a bunk with capsules, but it turned out to be a single-layer bed. There is a short distance between the two sides of the bed to put things on. The space is quite enough, and you can even stand in this single room. One part of the shower room is for men and women, and the other is for girls, so if there are too many people in the shower room, you may have to line up. Fortunately, the occupancy rate was not high on the day I stayed. When the coffee shop is open, there is a good sale of western food and light meals. When I came back at noon, I found that the guests were welcoming. It seemed to have a good reputation among the locals. After closing, this area will serve as a public space for hostel residents. The front desk is not 24 hours, and it will be off work after 22:30, so it would be miserable if you didn't bring the key card to go out and enter. It is a 5-minute walk from Tottori Station and opposite the North Exit Long-distance Bus Station. The surrounding restaurants, Aeon, and convenience stores are also complete, making it a very convenient place. I stayed in Tottori for a day and it was raining heavily, and I hardly played anything, so next time I come to Tottori, I still plan to live here.
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FromUS$23.00
4.7/550 Reviews
We stayed here for five nights during our train travels in and around the area. Room was roomy and comfortable, location convenient to train station and eateries. I especially enjoyed using the spa with onsen and massage chair, though I could have used a lesson on how to use it. The daily breakfast buffet for an additional $5 pp./day, was the best thing about staying here. Lots of choices of high-quality dishes, both Asian and Western items, Fresh and well prepared food. I enjoyed trying different specialities over four mornings -- we got off to an energizing start. You never get bored with this breakfast. Staff in the dining area were friendly and helpful. Many hotels in other cities we visited offered a less impressive breakfast buffet for $25 pp, which we passed on. But this one exceeded our expectations, especially for the price. Thanks to the hotel for offering a wonderful room and breakfast value!
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FromUS$46.00
4.5/534 Reviews
Location: Tottori Station is 200 meters away from the left hand side. It is too close. For those who come to Tottori for the first time, it is really convenient. The bus to the sand dune is at the entrance of Tottori Station. Front desk: No Chinese service, English service, but there is a translator at the front desk to communicate freely. Handling: With Ctrip's reservation form, the passport can be processed quickly, and the baggage can be stored free of charge. Room: I am a big one and a small one waiting for the small bed room. There is no difficulty in opening the two suitcases in the room. The facilities are not new but very clean. The bathroom is a one-piece design, separated from the bathroom shower curtain. Toiletries are fully furnished. very satisfied
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FromUS$39.00
4.7/525 Reviews
We were at this hotel a few days before Christmas, Dec. 2019. We are a couple, and our friend had booked it for us. (She was also traveling with us.) One of the tricks to traveling light in Japan, is to take a day (or 2 day) pack, and send your luggage onto a facility a few days out. That allows one to take advantage of the wonderful public transportation, without lugging bags. In this case, we sent our luggage onto the Osaka (KIK) airport. At KIK, we were arriving late, and staying at the relatively new Cabin Hotel. (Check my review there, as well.) When we arrived at the Cabin Hotel, the luggage was not there. Our friend had gone onto Kyoto. The people at the desk had minimal English, and I had minimal Japanese. We did use Google translate to do more communicating, and they truly had not seen our luggage. The situation was a tad desperate. I had my phone lifted in Osaka. (It is unusual, and there are many things you can do to retrieve lost property in Japan - but it was truly lifted, something that can happen in Osaka.) The Cabin Hotel splits the women and men, and it is made for travelers. You're isolated once you go back to your "room", but I had to go. I was exhausted and we had a flight in the morning. My husband contacted our friend in Kyoto, and also went to bed. I also could not figure out >how< the luggage would get back to the US, as you have to be with your luggage for customs. Some crazy (and expensive) scenario played out in my brain, something like, our friend would find it, go through it, ship it to the US? Waking up in the morning, I go to "bath", and come back and there is a note on my bed. "Please come out. There is someone to see you." I pack up quickly and come out. It is Christmas morning, and there are two Japanese men waiting for me, and my husband. One of the men was Fumio Kotani, the President and CEO of the hotel. It becomes clear that our friend called the hotel (who shipped it), and they were so concerned they DROVE ALL THE WAY TO THE AIRPORT. Honestly, I started crying. I could not believe that anyone would be so kind, and worried about my luggage. Our luggage WAS at the airport, but it was at the baggage service, and not at the hotel. As far as I know, it was a small mix-up, but big when no one knows where the luggage was! So here is my review. The hotel is also wonderful, but I feel like other people have probably covered that! My friend liked to go out and back to the hotel, and they were always obliging taking and picking us up. I felt like we were taking advantage sometimes, but if you need it (rain or late), don't hesitate to ask.
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FromUS$75.00
4.4/514 Reviews
We stayed here for two nights to enjoy Tottori. We immediately had the feeling that not many english speeking foreigner come here, but this could just be us. - location: the hotel is close to tottori station which is very good for travellers to take a bus or train to get around. - Room: the room was very spacious. Ours was a mix of old western hotels and with some Japanese elements. It looked a bit dated, but they normally do have more updated rooms if necessary. - Service: the staff was very friendly and they did their best to speak English. - Breakfast: breakfast was more basic then i expected, but still good. I actually want to recommend the vending machines at the entrance of the spa. They have a lot of options in the machines, which we didn't have in other hotels. TIP: try the ice cream and milk in their vending machines (milk from the area) if its still available. There is also a small shop with local products. Overall good hotel that offers comfortable spacious rooms for a good price.
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FromUS$45.00
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