Hotels Near Kaize Shrine In Tanabe

4/5Very Good5 Reviews
0.55km from Kaize Shrine
Located along the clear stream of the Hidaka River, guests can fully enjoy the scenery of the season and the nature of Ryujin.
4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
0.88km from Kaize Shrine
Ryujin Onsen Ryokan Sakai is located in Tanabe and about 90 minutes by bus from Kiitanabe Station, near Ryujin Onsen and Shirahama Onsen. Free WiFi is available throughout the hotel. Yukata are available for guests to wear during their stay. Guests may borrow conveniences such as hair dryers and desk lamps at no additional charge (please inquire at the front desk for details). Facilities include a communal bath. The hotel possesses 10 guest rooms.
4/5Very Good5 Reviews
1.14km from Kaize Shrine
The place is in the middle of mountain. classic old building but inside is clean and new. Food was great with Keiseki Set both Dinner and Morning. Outside onsen with wonderful view but pretty small for 2-3 people. But that OK. The room with great view of mountain and river. This place is quite and I recommend for people who want to relax.
0/50 Reviews
10.26km from Kaize Shrine
Producing organic rice, wheat and vegetables, we manage bakery using earthen kiln and cafe in addition to this hostel among huge nature of Ryujin village.
4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
10.87km from Kaize Shrine
Stop at Marui Ryokan to discover the wonders of Wakayama. The hotel offers a high standard of service and amenities to suit the individual needs of all travelers. To be found at the hotel are luggage storage, car park, vending machine, shops, smoking area. Comfortable guestrooms ensure a good night's sleep with some rooms featuring facilities such as air conditioning, heating, desk, telephone, refrigerator. Access to the hotel's hot spring bath will further enhance your satisfying stay. Convenience and comfort makes Marui Ryokan the perfect choice for your stay in Wakayama.
0/50 Reviews
16km from Kaize Shrine
Accommodating up to 10 people occupancy, this private vacation home housed in a remodeled old folk house is perfect as a threshold for tourism and business in Kinan region.

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Hotels Near Kaize Shrine In Tanabe Review

5/53 Reviews
We stayed here for 3 nights and we absolutely love it, our room was pretty big, opposite is the onsen river where you can just jump in with your swim suit, love the onsen of the ryokan too, they have indoor, outdoor and also the private onsen all for yourself, we find nothing to do in the evening around and we pretty happy just to stay in the ryokan and enjoy the onsen and our ryokan dinner, they have a van to drop you off and pick you up if you want to do a short Kumano Kodo, the pilgrimage trail, from here you can take a bus to Yunomine Onsen and try the oldest onsen 1800 years Tsuboya, don’t forget to buy some eggs to boiled and eat after your onsen time in Yunomine, small onsen town. We were really happy with our choice for staying here, staff doesn’t speak English but still try their best to understand us and we’re very appreciate about it, great place, great service and excellent ryokan dinner, the breakfast is not my taste but still happy 😊
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4.7/59 Reviews
Hotel Harvest Nankitanabe is really located in the middle of nowhere in Wakayama, and even walking to the nearest convenience store requires a 30-minute stroll out of the hotel compounds, down the path to cross the road, then back on the path on the opposite side. (But fret not, there is a vending machine at the basement of the hotel). The hotel is amazingly beautiful, both from afar and within the compounds. The setting sun makes for a good backdrop, as the towering structure of the hotel stands out, literally. The room is big and comfortable, and has ample space for your luggage. The door to the balcony does not open though, but the view is pretty nice. Within the hotel lies a hot spring, segregated by gender, where you can relax after a meal. Like all Japanese onsens, no clothes are allowed, and you will have soap and cleanse yourself before entering the springs. It is quite a simple layout, with an indoor onsen and an outdoor onsen. I personally prefer the one outdoors. Would love to come back to this hotel someday for sure!
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4.8/55 Reviews
Our family of 5 (2 adults and 3 kids aged 8, 8 and 1) stayed here for one night along our journey exploring the Kumano Kodo trails. We absolutely loved our stay, the traditional Japanese room was huge - so comfortable and clean. The futon beds were prepared so expertly. Furnishings and tatami were luxurious. The hotel is right on the river with both indoor and outdoor hot spring baths. We could bathe as a family in the outdoor bath, it was an amazingly beautiful experience being under the stars with soft rain falling whilst in an Onsen bath on the river bank. Dinner and breakfast was a large choice of Japanese foods in buffet style ... it all looked amazing but not that worth it for us personally due to our dietary restrictions, the staff accomodated us as best as they could. The kids yukatas were adorable. The hotel is close to the Kumano Hongu Taisha section of trails and a great stop on the way to experience the Japanese countryside and Onsen in this region!
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4.9/53 Reviews
private onsen was the best highlight! Definitely recommended
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4.8/53 Reviews
J-Hoppers was the most inexpensive place we stayed while hiking the Kumano Kodo. The majority of the clientele is younger and hiking the trail as well. This is great for building comradery with fellow hikers. My favorite part of the stay at J-Hoppers is the communal dining room where you can meet other hikers while fixing dinner. We had purchased a lunch from our previous accommodation and ate our lunch for dinner. The hostel is clean. The private room was large enough and the shared sink and toilet stalls are plentiful. The hosts are very busy while other hikers are checking in and don't really go out of their way to make you feel comfortable. You are more or less on your own. They do provide a brief introduction to the facility but getting additional information may be difficult. The hostel does have a nice selection of food and beverage that they sell. The onsens are nice although they were not as clean as others along the trail. There were some floatees in the water which made us feel a little uncomfortable. The hostel does not provide towels so you have to rent one or bring your own. The price we paid for the room wasn't that much cheaper than other accommodations which provided much more hospitality. The place was okay but there may be better options if you are looking for a private room with more hospitality.
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4.5/51 Reviews
This is a review of Yamayuri which is the mid-range option among the three onsen hotel in Watarase. While a typical onsen resort, Yamayuri is an affordable choice to enjoy the luxuary of staying at a Japanese onsen hotel. This is not a ryokan, which is mostly a family owned smaller operation. The latter typically offers more intimate services including have your meals at your room. But a roykan stay usually costs more and the the hardware may not be as good as a corporate hotel. That said, you are still going to have a Kaiseki meal if you choose such a plan at Yamayuri, but you will have come down to the dining hall to have your meal. The food is good and tasty but not extraordinary. The service is dedicated but again not at the same level as at a ryokan. Watarase is not a 1st tier onsen location in Japan. The public baths shared by Yamayuri and Himeyuri were not crowded even during the high season I visited. There are four semi open-air bathrooms you can check in and lock for your family. They are again, usually available. This is another nice point about this hotel. Pros: affordable and nice scenary, onsen quality is pretty good. Cons: transportation link, WIFI connections and confusing booking system
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Hotels Near Kaize Shrine In Tanabe FAQ

  • What hotels are recommended near Kaize Shrine?

    If you're having a hard time choosing a hotel, consider staying at Ryokan Sakai, Ryujin Onsen Marui Ryokan or Shimogoten , these hotels have great reviews. Be sure you book early!

  • Which popular hotels near Kaize Shrine have parking?

    If you're planning on driving to Kaize Shrine in Tanabe, why not stay at Shimogoten, Bijintei or Ryokan Sakai ? These are all popular hotels with parking lots.

  • Which hotels near Kaize Shrine are the most popular?

    Shimogoten, Bijintei and Ryokan Sakai are some of the most popular hotels.

  • What hotels near Kaize Shrine have non-smoking rooms?

    Many guests care about the quality of the rooms they stay in and want to ensure that their rooms have fresh, clean air. Ryujin Onsen Marui Ryokan is a popular hotel with non-smoking rooms.

  • What popular hotels near Kaize Shrine have restaurants?

    If you like the idea of sampling local flavors while traveling, consider staying at Bijintei and Ryokan Sakai . There are plenty of restaurants that serve local dishes near these hotels.

  • Which hotels near Kaize Shrine are popular with budget travelers?

    Whether you're traveling for business or going on a vacation, Ryujin Onsen Marui Ryokan is your best choice.

  • Which popular hotels near Kaize Shrine have pools?

    Summer is a great season to take your kids or family on a trip to Kaize Shrine in Tanabe. Bijintei and Ryokan Sakai are some popular hotels with pools.

  • What's the average price of hotels near Kaize Shrine this weekend?

    According to's data, the average price for a weekend night at hotels near Kaize Shrine in Tanabe is USD 464. Prices fluctuate often; this rate is for reference only.

  • Which hotels near Kaize Shrine have gyms?

    Since staying fit is important to a lot of guests, it's no surprise that gyms can be found in many hotels. Ryujin Onsen Kamigoten is a popular hotel with a gym.

  • What's the average price per night of hotels near Kaize Shrine

    According to's data, the average price per night at hotels near Kaize Shrine in Tanabe is USD 524. Prices fluctuate often; this rate is for reference only.

  • Which hotels near Kaize Shrine have free Wi-Fi?

    Whether you're traveling for business or leisure, Wi-Fi is an essential. Shimogoten, Bijintei and Ryokan Sakai are all popular hotels that have free Wi-Fi.

  • What hotels near Kaize Shrine offer breakfast?

    A delicious breakfast is a great way to kick start your day. If you want to stay at a hotel with breakfast near Kaize Shrine in Tanabe, consider Shimogoten or Bijintei . Be sure to book these popular hotels in advance!

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