Hotels Near Kappo Aya In Sakata

5/5Perfect6 Reviews
0.44km from Roran
Located in a quiet place close to the city center. The large shared bath is available 24-hours. Our garden was selected as the 100 beautiful gardens of Shonai Area (old name of Yamagata and Akita Area). The inn is like a museum of area authors. The rare S
4/5Very Good12 Reviews
1.1km from Roran
General Description3 star accommodationsElegant design and décorGreat combination for business and pleasureLocationConveniently located in YamagataRestaurants & LoungesOnsite restaurantServicesSelf LaundryBusiness services available at front deskMeeting FacilitiesBanquet facilitiesWedding venue availableMultiple conference/meeting roomsAccommodations50 guestroomsComfortable rooms
3.8/510 Reviews
2.02km from Roran
The hotel is located on Route 7, taking 10 minutes by car from Sakata IC Exit. A convenient hotel for those who travel by car. Relax in large communal hot spring baths and enjoy complimentary breakfast. Free parking available.
3.5/55 Reviews
3.21km from Roran
Hotel Inn Sakata is perfectly located for both business and leisure guests in Yamagata. Offering a variety of facilities and services, the hotel provides all you need for a good night's sleep. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park are just some of the facilities on offer. Each guestroom is elegantly furnished and equipped with handy amenities. The hotel's peaceful atmosphere extends to its recreational facilities which include hot tub, sauna. No matter what your reasons are for visiting Yamagata, Hotel Inn Sakata will make you feel instantly at home.

Hotels Near Kappo Aya In Sakata Review

3.5/55 Reviews
I stayed in Sakataya Ryokan twice. The owners (husband, wife and her mother) are so kind and welcoming. Since I came by train, they picked me up from Fukura station and drop me there the next morning. Also, they accommodated my food request (no pork) and prepared a suitable and delicious meal. I got a tatami room that overlook the Sea of Japan. Beautiful sunset view and comfortable sleep with the sea waves sound as a background. The onsen bath was clean and so relaxing. The perfect place to heal!
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3.6/512 Reviews
The location is very good, right next to the subway station, the front desk does not speak English.
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4/55 Reviews
I just spent one night at Kameya for my graduation trip. I need some alone time. I have nothing to say except I will cherish this experience in Kameya. My roomwas on level 10, facing the sea of Japan; I could see sunset and sunrise from the window. The dinner was also excellent; they accommodated my diet restriction carefully. I also tried ther outdoor and indoor onsen (hotspring); again, I have no complain. The staffs werr also really helpful and understanding. Omotenashi, consideration of others; as dinner was served in the room, and the staff somehow knew that I didn’t want to be accompanied, so she excused herself as soon as she was done preparing the food, and came just after I finished the previous course. This kind of service I will miss so much when I leave Japan. Next time I visit Tsuruoka, I hope I can stay in Kameya with my partner and son.
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4.5/510 Reviews
We have stayed in many places around Japan and this one is at the top of our list. Great location for Hagurosan and attractions. Hosts were wonderful, together with breakfast and dinner, top notch, would definitely stay again.
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4.5/55 Reviews
So many highlights here for us in this 350 year traditional style ryokan starting with the 7am prayers (optional) for twenty minutes and then the quality gourmet breakfast- vegetarian upon our request. Truly caring hosts- who are continuing the family tradition for 17 generations. They are experienced hosts with a little English. We chose a large room with two single beds with a sitting room -tatami and private toilet. There is only cold water in the private bathroom. The one set of stairs were steep and narrow to our room but you can hold the hand rail. If you are taller than 180cms watch your head, as with many places in Japan. The shared indoor onsen downstairs was simple and functional. It wasn’t as hot as other onsens we have used and it was only warm. It was still a good way to wind down, put on our yukattas, enjoy the gourmet dinner then bed! Simple and relaxing. It is only a ten minute walk to the start of the Mount Haguro 2,440 plus steps. There are small stores nearby for snacks, or at the amazing half way tea shop - absolute must - see our review on this - then food also at top of climb near the car parking! However be warned the restaurant owners at the top are quite aggressive in encouraging you to choose them. The accommodation is an easy bus ride from Tsuruoka train station to practically the front door and the return bus stop also on the same road.
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4.5/510 Reviews
This is an annex to a Buddhist temple - so its like a dormitory with big Japanese style rooms with paper-thin walls, and shared bath facilities. It is located right at the base of the many steps up to the temple, and on a bus route (in case you decide to ride the bus back down!) so very convenient. Food was wonderful vegetarian Japanese food served on western table and chairs - and the woman host was very pleasant a and accomodating - she prepared our breakfast for 5:30AM as we had to catch an early train , and she set up a taxi pickup for us at 6AM (for which I had asked a man in the train station tourist center to write the request in Japanese and I grabbed the card with phone number of the cab that brought us- so it was easy). She understand little English but enough so she could use her phone to google and read the English - very effective. They have walking sticks and umbrellas that you can borrow for your hike up the mountain!
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