Hotels Near Kibun In Mutsu

2/55 Reviews
0.26km from Kibun
We're especially proud of our delicious breakfast! Internet connectivity and parking are both available free of charge! The perfect hotel for business or sightseeing!Guests can make use of bathrobes and a hair dryer during their stay. Irons and trouser presses can be borrowed for free (please consult the front desk for details). Facilities include restaurants, meeting rooms and banquet halls. Wake up service and cleaning service are available. The hotel has 65 rooms.
FromUS$43
3/55 Reviews
0.3km from Kibun
Nearby convenience stores and the restaurant district! Convenient access to Mutsu, Shimokita and Mount Osore!
FromUS$44
3.2/511 Reviews
0.42km from Kibun
Average business hotel
FromUS$47
3.5/55 Reviews
1.1km from Kibun
My sister and I used the Mutsu Grand as our two-night basecamp while exploring the Shimokita peninsula, one of several stops during our extended DIY tour of Tohoku. It is a solid 2+ hour drive from Aomori. From Mutsu, we visited Osorezan (30 minutes driving) and did the Hotokegaura boat tour (90 minutes driving). The Mutsu Grand is the very obvious tall pink building on the hill above town. It feels a little old-school but I really enjoyed the views of the city and crescent harbor from the room and top-floor dining area. The hotel seemed popular with older bus tour crowds. The room and beds were very comfortable, with free parking on site. We ate dinner our first night on-site; it was sort of pricey but very tasty and more western-feeling (salad, creamed veg-soup, small steak/roasted veg, and apple dessert). We ate breakfasts both mornings at the hotel. Breakfasts are more Japanese - with a set tray of Japanese items served to everyone, and then some supplemental buffet items (not as much western - but tasty... no yogurt, though). The local apple juice is delicious. As a non-fish person, I found the breakfasts here more challenging than some hotels because of the set-tray. There is an onsen on site which is open to guests and non-guests. It was crowded at times and the first night there were some unruly young children jumping/splashing in the baths - which seemed extremely unusual for Japan. We were the only non-Japanese guests, it should be noted. As stated, the hotel is on a hill on the outskirts of town. Without a car, it is a long walk in. That said, we greatly enjoyed walking down the hill, through the local neighborhoods, and along these great riverside paths each morning for exercise. We also enjoyed seeing some local neighborhood groups practicing for the matsuri - marching through the streets with their drums and flutes.
FromUS$67
3.5/55 Reviews
2.45km from Kibun
2 minute walk to JR Shimokita Station and easy access to Mt. Osore. Free parking!Convenient transportation, good service, complete facilities, clean and comfortable environment. Give you the best quality service and the most comfortable accommodation. Free LAN access is available in every room. Bathrobes can be used during your stay. Guests can borrow irons and humidifiers for free (please consult the front desk for details). Facilities include meeting rooms, banquet halls, bars, KTV and more. The hotel has 103 rooms.
FromUS$52
3.9/510 Reviews
4.84km from Kibun
As far as business hotels next to train stations go, Hotel Folkloro Ominato is a good choice. Free breakfast (not a huge selection but I was satisfied), free wifi, free parking, staff are polite and speak some English. Rooms are very clean and fairly quiet. My only complaint would be the price. For two people, one night on a Saturday, the price was 16000 yen. That seems a bit high to me based on my previous experience. For me, this was a four-star experience within the limited realm of Japanese business hotels.
FromUS$52
0/50 Reviews
15.53km from Kibun
Minshuku Asunaro (Aomori) is located in Mutsu and about 15 minutes by car from Ohata Bus Stop, near Yagen Onsen and Mt. Osore. 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 irons at no additional charge (please inquire at the front desk for details). The hotel possesses 4 guest rooms.
FromUS$74

Hotels Near Kibun In Mutsu Review

3.2/511 Reviews
Average business hotel
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FromUS$47
3.5/55 Reviews
My sister and I used the Mutsu Grand as our two-night basecamp while exploring the Shimokita peninsula, one of several stops during our extended DIY tour of Tohoku. It is a solid 2+ hour drive from Aomori. From Mutsu, we visited Osorezan (30 minutes driving) and did the Hotokegaura boat tour (90 minutes driving). The Mutsu Grand is the very obvious tall pink building on the hill above town. It feels a little old-school but I really enjoyed the views of the city and crescent harbor from the room and top-floor dining area. The hotel seemed popular with older bus tour crowds. The room and beds were very comfortable, with free parking on site. We ate dinner our first night on-site; it was sort of pricey but very tasty and more western-feeling (salad, creamed veg-soup, small steak/roasted veg, and apple dessert). We ate breakfasts both mornings at the hotel. Breakfasts are more Japanese - with a set tray of Japanese items served to everyone, and then some supplemental buffet items (not as much western - but tasty... no yogurt, though). The local apple juice is delicious. As a non-fish person, I found the breakfasts here more challenging than some hotels because of the set-tray. There is an onsen on site which is open to guests and non-guests. It was crowded at times and the first night there were some unruly young children jumping/splashing in the baths - which seemed extremely unusual for Japan. We were the only non-Japanese guests, it should be noted. As stated, the hotel is on a hill on the outskirts of town. Without a car, it is a long walk in. That said, we greatly enjoyed walking down the hill, through the local neighborhoods, and along these great riverside paths each morning for exercise. We also enjoyed seeing some local neighborhood groups practicing for the matsuri - marching through the streets with their drums and flutes.
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FromUS$67
3.9/510 Reviews
As far as business hotels next to train stations go, Hotel Folkloro Ominato is a good choice. Free breakfast (not a huge selection but I was satisfied), free wifi, free parking, staff are polite and speak some English. Rooms are very clean and fairly quiet. My only complaint would be the price. For two people, one night on a Saturday, the price was 16000 yen. That seems a bit high to me based on my previous experience. For me, this was a four-star experience within the limited realm of Japanese business hotels.
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FromUS$52
3.2/511 Reviews
Average business hotel
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FromUS$47
3.9/510 Reviews
As far as business hotels next to train stations go, Hotel Folkloro Ominato is a good choice. Free breakfast (not a huge selection but I was satisfied), free wifi, free parking, staff are polite and speak some English. Rooms are very clean and fairly quiet. My only complaint would be the price. For two people, one night on a Saturday, the price was 16000 yen. That seems a bit high to me based on my previous experience. For me, this was a four-star experience within the limited realm of Japanese business hotels.
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FromUS$52
3.5/55 Reviews
My sister and I used the Mutsu Grand as our two-night basecamp while exploring the Shimokita peninsula, one of several stops during our extended DIY tour of Tohoku. It is a solid 2+ hour drive from Aomori. From Mutsu, we visited Osorezan (30 minutes driving) and did the Hotokegaura boat tour (90 minutes driving). The Mutsu Grand is the very obvious tall pink building on the hill above town. It feels a little old-school but I really enjoyed the views of the city and crescent harbor from the room and top-floor dining area. The hotel seemed popular with older bus tour crowds. The room and beds were very comfortable, with free parking on site. We ate dinner our first night on-site; it was sort of pricey but very tasty and more western-feeling (salad, creamed veg-soup, small steak/roasted veg, and apple dessert). We ate breakfasts both mornings at the hotel. Breakfasts are more Japanese - with a set tray of Japanese items served to everyone, and then some supplemental buffet items (not as much western - but tasty... no yogurt, though). The local apple juice is delicious. As a non-fish person, I found the breakfasts here more challenging than some hotels because of the set-tray. There is an onsen on site which is open to guests and non-guests. It was crowded at times and the first night there were some unruly young children jumping/splashing in the baths - which seemed extremely unusual for Japan. We were the only non-Japanese guests, it should be noted. As stated, the hotel is on a hill on the outskirts of town. Without a car, it is a long walk in. That said, we greatly enjoyed walking down the hill, through the local neighborhoods, and along these great riverside paths each morning for exercise. We also enjoyed seeing some local neighborhood groups practicing for the matsuri - marching through the streets with their drums and flutes.
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FromUS$67