Hotels Near Komemachi Saisei Sakaba In Kita Kyushu

4.6/5Outstanding20 Reviews
0.07km from Komemachi Saisei Sakaba
Stayed in Nishitetsu Kokura for 2 nights. Very comfortable stay, has all the amenities you need, close to Kokura station and airport bus station. There are 2 buildings in Nishitetsu Inn: Main and Annex building. No issues with the room, AC was in good condition and bed was comfy. Will stay in Nishitetsu inn again if going to Kyushu in the future.
FromUS$47.00
3.5/55 Reviews
0.12km from Komemachi Saisei Sakaba
This hotel will be a better choice for traveler travelling alone. More like a Bussiness trip hotel. Consider it an OK place to stay, abit too far to walk from Kokura station tho. The room is very small, the bathroom is too. However on the plus side, the blanket is soft and warm!
FromUS$39.00
4.3/5Excellent8 Reviews
0.15km from Komemachi Saisei Sakaba
To me to find a hotel room in Hakata over the weekend at a right price seems to be very difficult so far and this time it was next to impossible. So what to do... Solution was to go to Kokura which is only one station away by Shinkan-sen! (If you have Japan RailPass it would cost you nothing and traveling time is only about 20 min.!) I have stayed in Tokyu-Inn in various locations in the past and normally they offer good service and the price for a night. And this Tokyu-Inn Kokura Kokura-eki Minami-guchi was not the exception. Location is close to the Station (ca 5 min. walk); the staff is friendly and efficient. Room is standard (as in all the Tokyu-Inns) but everything is there (see photo). The room charge includes simple breakfast (don't expect too much!) At the end of the day I saved a lot and I could go to Hakata for the meeting and the dinner.
FromUS$49.00
0/50 Reviews
0.16km from Komemachi Saisei Sakaba
*There is a calm retreat hotel in downtown Kokura*
FromUS$36.00
4.3/5Excellent8 Reviews
0.2km from Komemachi Saisei Sakaba
It was a family trip with my mother. On another website, I booked a total of 2 rooms, a twin room for each mother and I, and a single room for my sister, and after booking, the twin room is a smoking room and the single room is a non-smoking room. My mother is also of age and the smoking room is not good, so I sent an e-mail to the hotel and asked for a replacement with a non-smoking room, and I received a reply saying that I knew. Somehow on the day of check-in, both rooms were smoking rooms. I used to stay in the Japanese smoking room, but the smoking room here was like a smoking room that was not even ventilated. I couldn't even open the window. I went down to the front desk and talked about it, and they said that it cannot be changed to a non-smoking room. When I asked and showed me the answer, I paid more money to change the twin room because the room was bigger. In the single room, how humid the room itself is, even if it is dehumidified with an air conditioner, the moisture does not get there. I've been to many countries and have been to many hotels, but I did well without complaining, but I think it will be difficult to step back in this place. I think it will be a better hotel if the ventilation of smoking rooms and moisture in each room are solved.
FromUS$26.00
3.7/55 Reviews
0.29km from Komemachi Saisei Sakaba
I loved everything about the guest house. Our own lockers and storage were perfect, the living room was so homey it felt like a living room. People were nice and spoke Japanese as well as English. I came to japan looking for a full, immersive experience and this was the perfect place. Fun location next to markets, bars, food, close to Kokura castle and the river walk. To me, it’s a better way to experience japan instead of a hostel where everyone only speaks English, and you might forget you’re traveling in another country. I loved it, for me it was home.
FromUS$17.00
4.6/5Outstanding79 Reviews
0.35km from Komemachi Saisei Sakaba
Room 1013 has a large, maybe almost king bed and a view north, towards the station, one of the few rooms along the sides of the building that is not looking at the wall of a neighboring building. The room is well- designed overall, and the total area is larger than most. The desk and bathroom counters have a lot more space than usual. The desk light is very useful. There’s a massage chair with a table that’s the right height for putting a drink or snack on while you watch the TV from the chair. The internet was fast for the entire visit. The window kips open, the Aircon works well and has an intuitive control panel. The one aspect that is not well- designed is the bathroom lighting. There is a single down- spotlight in the sink area, so there are dark shadows on your face when trying to shave – a pox on the designer! I can imagine it’s even worse for make- up. The bed is very comfortable, and the room is quiet. Daiwa Roynet hotels always have very good bedding, and this is no exception. There is a small nook near the headboard with a shelp for phone and a mains plug for charger. There is a good reading light as well. Apart from the lighting at the sink, the bathroom is great. It’s large, modern and has a glass wall with a glass door separating the tub / shower room from the rest. The tub is separate from the shower, like in Japanese homes. There is a nice shower wand and a rain shower. The tub and the shower armatures are thermostat- controlled, so there are no fluctuations in temperature, and it arrives at a stable temperature very quickly. The TV has English and other languages available and includes some useful things like the status of the breakfast area – it even shows the status of the individual washing machine / dryers. No wasted trips to another floor, in other words. Love it. Breakfast is on 1F in the Salvatore Cuomo Italian restaurant. It’s a nice buffet, with Japanese and western items, and some small squares of Margherita pizza, very tasty. The breads for toasting are excellent – with real butter - and all the food items were very good.
FromUS$50.00
3.5/515 Reviews
0.36km from Komemachi Saisei Sakaba
It is always hard to review Japanese Hotels. Certain things which are negatives are also universal in this country. For example they never allow early check in even if the room is ready. Next, the rooms are usually tiny (entire hotel room being the size of a large hotel bathroom in some places). The bathrooms are usually plastic caravan style things. The windows are usually small. All of these negatives apply here. On the plus side, Japanese hotels are always well stocked. What do I mean by this? There are always vending machines somewhere in the hotel selling beers and adult video cards to put in a slot near your TV. There are akways smoking floors if you happen to smoke. You can get combs, razors etc easily. Toothbrush in the room means you don't need to rememeber one. So basically this is a very standard low end Japanese salaryman hotel. Ive rated it 2 rather than 3 out of 5 because of issues with smell and mould etc.
FromUS$32.00
4.7/5Outstanding9 Reviews
0.36km from Komemachi Saisei Sakaba
Good location but staff can understand english just a little but breakfast is so good and female is so nice
FromUS$43.00
4.6/5Outstanding9 Reviews
0.39km from Komemachi Saisei Sakaba
Offering a terrace and hot spring bath, ARK BLUE Hotel is located in Kitakyushu in the Fukuoka Region. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant.A flat-screen TV with cable channels, as well as an iPod docking station are available. You will find a coffee machine and a kettle in the room. ARK BLUE Hotel features free WiFi .There is a 24-hour front desk at the property.Bike hire is available at this hotel and the area is popular for cycling. West Japan General Exhibition Center is 1.1 km from ARK BLUE Hotel, while Space World is 7 km from the property. The nearest airport is Yamaguchi Ube Airport, 36 km from ARK BLUE Hotel.
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4.7/5Outstanding62 Reviews
0.4km from Komemachi Saisei Sakaba
Ideal location unless you hate shopping: it is basically inside and on top of a mall, itself on top of a train station, facing a massive late night department store (on the ground floor of which you can find a whole section of loo covers and such featuring Totoro and other studio Ghibli characters) a maze of shopping arcades leading to another massive two tiered department store. The hotel itself is bright and sparkly at the reception level, the restaurant actually very good, the grill bar served much better food than in the previous JR hotel I stayed at. What does let it down though is the rooms are a bit dated (the view onto the monorail is stunning though) and the check in experience was not quite as expected: basically I was ignored for 10 minutes by one guy (who proceeded to check in two guys who came in after me) until I was finally noticed and served by someone else. Not sure if it is because I was a lone female (might have assumed I was a companion to the males present) or whether he wished to avoid checking in someone who might not speak Japanese. Either way, something to sort out given that the rugby World Cup is about to turn up in Kokura as the Welsh flags adorning the station infer and I assume some women might turn up. The rest of the staff turned out to be of the usual helpful and charming kind you find in Japan. Note to rugby supporters: Kokura is a ‘clean’ town and you basically cannot smoke in the streets or be drunk and disorderly. The hotel does however offer smoking bedrooms, so book those if you are a smoker, or you will have to cram yourself in the tiny smoking booth on the 7th floor.
FromUS$60.00
4.7/5Outstanding19 Reviews
0.43km from Komemachi Saisei Sakaba
1 Location is very good, get off at the airport bus Shinkansen station, less than five minutes 2 A well-regulated Japanese hotel, suitable for guests who wandered back to sleep for a long time. 3 People are very polite, probably because of the lesser amount of nuts. 4 As always, clean. The restaurant is on the 10th floor, with a good view and a very comfortable meal. There are not many people, and there are no chaos. As far as this price is concerned, it should be said to be a very good choice.
FromUS$27.00

Hotels Near Komemachi Saisei Sakaba In Kita Kyushu Review

4.7/5183 Reviews
The location is good because it is directly connected to the station, and there is no inconvenience because there is a convenience store nearby. However, the sofa in the room was not repaired with the cover torn and the inside visible. The shelves on the wash basin haven't been installed properly, and they're still slanted and are likely to come off at any moment. The smell of the room was also slightly musty and subtle. I asked a friend that it was a good hotel with a high prestige and stayed there, but when I saw that I chose a luxury room with a slightly higher grade, but it was not properly reworked, I am very disappointed that the management is very difficult. I felt like it. The interior of the room and the curtains are still old, so I thought it would be better to renew. I'm sorry for the harsh opinion.
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FromUS$55.00
4.6/579 Reviews
Room 1013 has a large, maybe almost king bed and a view north, towards the station, one of the few rooms along the sides of the building that is not looking at the wall of a neighboring building. The room is well- designed overall, and the total area is larger than most. The desk and bathroom counters have a lot more space than usual. The desk light is very useful. There’s a massage chair with a table that’s the right height for putting a drink or snack on while you watch the TV from the chair. The internet was fast for the entire visit. The window kips open, the Aircon works well and has an intuitive control panel. The one aspect that is not well- designed is the bathroom lighting. There is a single down- spotlight in the sink area, so there are dark shadows on your face when trying to shave – a pox on the designer! I can imagine it’s even worse for make- up. The bed is very comfortable, and the room is quiet. Daiwa Roynet hotels always have very good bedding, and this is no exception. There is a small nook near the headboard with a shelp for phone and a mains plug for charger. There is a good reading light as well. Apart from the lighting at the sink, the bathroom is great. It’s large, modern and has a glass wall with a glass door separating the tub / shower room from the rest. The tub is separate from the shower, like in Japanese homes. There is a nice shower wand and a rain shower. The tub and the shower armatures are thermostat- controlled, so there are no fluctuations in temperature, and it arrives at a stable temperature very quickly. The TV has English and other languages available and includes some useful things like the status of the breakfast area – it even shows the status of the individual washing machine / dryers. No wasted trips to another floor, in other words. Love it. Breakfast is on 1F in the Salvatore Cuomo Italian restaurant. It’s a nice buffet, with Japanese and western items, and some small squares of Margherita pizza, very tasty. The breads for toasting are excellent – with real butter - and all the food items were very good.
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FromUS$50.00
4.6/586 Reviews
I recommend the ocean view deluxe twin room because it is spacious and has a lovely view of the Kanmon Strait. You can check my pictures to see what I mean. My wife and I stayed 3 times during the summer and made trips to Kalato (Grand Hotel) and Shimonoseki, where we stayed in Hotel Washington (average Business Hotel) and other places. But there’s a lot to see in Mojiko without crossing the Kanmon Strait or taking the train. Premier Hotel is very well placed: near the former Moji Mitsui Club where Einstein stayed 100 years ago, near several Museums, etc. being just a few hundred meters away from the railway station, which is very convenient. The hotel staff is extremely polite and helpful. The steak restaurant was closed during all our stays and the only other option for lunch was pasta. Same for dinner every evening. Lunch was available only on weekends. There are plenty of restaurants nearby and HaloDay supermarket at 10 minutes walking distance, Lawson and Family Mart even closer. Breakfast was interesting. Both my wife and I didn’t like the Japanese set but we liked the western one. An outstanding feature is the free flow of sparkling wine during breakfast (along with natural juices, coffee, and tea). During our last stay, they opened a real breakfast buffet with much better Japanese food in another part of the building with a less nice environment. We liked this hotel very much and that is why we came back so often and stayed more than a month summed up. The experience would have been better without the work and the stress during this Covid-19 pandemic. If you ever stay in this hotel, try to get a room on floor 6. Weddings are held there and you have a chance to see the church and some weddings on that floor.
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FromUS$49.00
4.7/562 Reviews
Ideal location unless you hate shopping: it is basically inside and on top of a mall, itself on top of a train station, facing a massive late night department store (on the ground floor of which you can find a whole section of loo covers and such featuring Totoro and other studio Ghibli characters) a maze of shopping arcades leading to another massive two tiered department store. The hotel itself is bright and sparkly at the reception level, the restaurant actually very good, the grill bar served much better food than in the previous JR hotel I stayed at. What does let it down though is the rooms are a bit dated (the view onto the monorail is stunning though) and the check in experience was not quite as expected: basically I was ignored for 10 minutes by one guy (who proceeded to check in two guys who came in after me) until I was finally noticed and served by someone else. Not sure if it is because I was a lone female (might have assumed I was a companion to the males present) or whether he wished to avoid checking in someone who might not speak Japanese. Either way, something to sort out given that the rugby World Cup is about to turn up in Kokura as the Welsh flags adorning the station infer and I assume some women might turn up. The rest of the staff turned out to be of the usual helpful and charming kind you find in Japan. Note to rugby supporters: Kokura is a ‘clean’ town and you basically cannot smoke in the streets or be drunk and disorderly. The hotel does however offer smoking bedrooms, so book those if you are a smoker, or you will have to cram yourself in the tiny smoking booth on the 7th floor.
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FromUS$60.00
5/53 Reviews
I'm really satisfied with this article It's really just two stops by bus from Kitakyushu Airport. Scenic view in front of the hotel. Just 5 minutes walk to the convenience store. And most of all, the room is really big and big Above all, it is clean. Clean bathroom and clean bedding Between the holes coming out of the heaters, it's usually piled up in hotels or dust in the bathroom vents. And the water pressure was good On the downside, Don Quixote has to go out for about 20 minutes by bus. Park in front of the hotel is also right in front of Very satisfied Highly recommend
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FromUS$40.00
4.6/520 Reviews
Stayed in Nishitetsu Kokura for 2 nights. Very comfortable stay, has all the amenities you need, close to Kokura station and airport bus station. There are 2 buildings in Nishitetsu Inn: Main and Annex building. No issues with the room, AC was in good condition and bed was comfy. Will stay in Nishitetsu inn again if going to Kyushu in the future.
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