Hotels Near Koryori Sasaki In Shiroishi

4.8/5Outstanding8 Reviews
0.25km from Koryori Sasaki
Reasonable prices. A good starting point for sightseeing and business in the Sennan area.
FromUS$46
5/5Perfect6 Reviews
0.96km from Koryori Sasaki
We ended up staying here because the hotels in Sendai were fully booked or exorbitantly expensive during our visit dates. We had rail passes so we were able to take advantage of several Shinkansen trips into Sendai (15 minutes) during our stay. This would be very expensive for those purchasing regular tickets, though. The hotel is very new, room was spacious and clean with a comfortable bed and nice toiletries. The breakfast was great with a generous spread with western and Japanese style options. Shiroishizao is a sleepy area away from the center of Shiroishi (itself fairly quiet). There is some cool art in the station and we had fun taking photos (we were the only ones there most of the times we passed through). Overall this hotel is very good!
FromUS$49
3.4/512 Reviews
5.01km from Koryori Sasaki
Suzukiya Ryokan offers accommodation in Shiroishi. Free shuttle from/to JR Shiroishi Station or Shiroishi Zao Station is available upon request.All rooms have a flat-screen TV. Certain units feature a seating area to relax in after a busy day. The rooms include a shared bathroom. For your comfort, you will find slippers and free toiletries. Suzukiya Ryokan features free WiFi throughout the property.Sendai is 37 km from Suzukiya Ryokan, while Fukushima is 32 km away. Sendai Airport is 32 km from the property.
FromUS$272
3.7/56 Reviews
5.05km from Koryori Sasaki
An authentic Japanese inn of wooden construction, located at the foot of Mt. Zao in Miyagi. The hot spring baths here have been used for therapeutic effects since the late 1700s.
FromUS$72
4/5Very Good5 Reviews
6km from Koryori Sasaki
Boasting a 400-year history, Hotel Izumiya features indoor/outdoor hot spring baths and a spectacular view of the Shiroishi River from all guest rooms. Free Wi-Fi is available at the lobby.The rooms feature tatami (woven-straw) flooring and traditional futon bedding. Rooms are equipped with air conditioning/heating, an en suite toilet and a TV. All rooms come with free toiletries and a hairdryer. Bathrooms are shared with other guests.The outdoor hot spring baths at Izumiya Hotel faces the Shiroishi River and is open for guest use at any time of day or night. After unwinding in the hot spring baths, guests can relax in the lounge area with a cup of coffee. A gift shop and drinks vending machines are also available on site.For breakfast and dinner, Japanese cuisines featuring local and seasonal produces are served at the dining area.Hotel Izumiya is located a 15-minute drive away from JR Shiroishi Zao Train Station. Guests can take a 13-minute taxi ride to the Shiroishi Castle and the Samurai Housing. Guests can also visit the Zaimokuiwa Park (also known as the Water, Stones and Talking Park) within an 18-minute drive from the property.
FromUS$100

Hotels Near Koryori Sasaki In Shiroishi Review

5/56 Reviews
We ended up staying here because the hotels in Sendai were fully booked or exorbitantly expensive during our visit dates. We had rail passes so we were able to take advantage of several Shinkansen trips into Sendai (15 minutes) during our stay. This would be very expensive for those purchasing regular tickets, though. The hotel is very new, room was spacious and clean with a comfortable bed and nice toiletries. The breakfast was great with a generous spread with western and Japanese style options. Shiroishizao is a sleepy area away from the center of Shiroishi (itself fairly quiet). There is some cool art in the station and we had fun taking photos (we were the only ones there most of the times we passed through). Overall this hotel is very good!
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FromUS$49
5/56 Reviews
We ended up staying here because the hotels in Sendai were fully booked or exorbitantly expensive during our visit dates. We had rail passes so we were able to take advantage of several Shinkansen trips into Sendai (15 minutes) during our stay. This would be very expensive for those purchasing regular tickets, though. The hotel is very new, room was spacious and clean with a comfortable bed and nice toiletries. The breakfast was great with a generous spread with western and Japanese style options. Shiroishizao is a sleepy area away from the center of Shiroishi (itself fairly quiet). There is some cool art in the station and we had fun taking photos (we were the only ones there most of the times we passed through). Overall this hotel is very good!
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FromUS$49
3.7/511 Reviews
Although there is a distance to the airport, there is no problem if you take a taxi. The hotel is relatively clean. I wanted to use it again
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FromUS$58
5/512 Reviews
In the evening, I also received a warm reception, introduced the shops around the skiing, and received concessions. The ski resort of Zangwang has a lot of routes. Very complicated, it is recommended that novices stay for two more days to play slowly. Enjoy the hot springs and skiing. Very pleasant experience.
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FromUS$65
3.5/55 Reviews
The Hotel Crescent is a mid-size resort with amazing hospitality, service, food and thermal baths. Located in a mountainous region about 30 miles from Sendai's train station, it is nonetheless easily accessible via the hotel's free shuttle, town bus or by taxi. The shuttle runs only from about 10:30am until mid afternoon, so plan on arriving early enough to catch it (30-40 ride depending on traffic), otherwise you'll need to take the bus (about 50-60 minute ride) or taxi (about 30 min ride). The taxi ride runs about 8,000JPY Dinner and breakfast were included in our rate, and we had a choice of Western or Japanese Dinner. We chose the Japanese Dinner and our table was set and ready for us at the reserved time. Our dinner consisted of a fabulous 8 or 10 courses - we lost count. The food was so fresh and tasty, the service fantastic. After dinner, we went into the communal baths - segregated by male or female. Typical Japanese baths where you scrub down, shampoo, condition and rinse off all soap in one area before entering the hot water baths, have everything you need. The water is hot and full of minerals, and it is definitely relaxing. After soaking, you can take advantage (in the women's section) of lotions, hair dryers and more. After a deep sleep, we again took advantage of the baths in the early morning, and then had a buffet breakfast. Typical Japanese breakfast as well as Western foods are offered. A great array of choices. The restaurant overlooks woods and a river that flows alongside the hotel. Very soothing view. We requested a Japanese style room - futons, comforters, tatami mats, tea table and private bath. Very comfortable. However, western style rooms are also available. Before leaving, we shopped in the well stocked souvenir shop. This property is mostly visited by Japanese clients and so although the staff is very courteous, it can be somewhat difficult to communicate in English. One exception was Mr. Sugiyama, who explained all the hotel offerings, and answered all our questions, in English. When we left, in the hotel shuttle bus, with approimately 30 other guests, the front desk staff went outside to bid us goodbye. If you want to rest and regenerate and experience superb Japanese hospitality, the Hotel Crescent is your place.
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FromUS$117
3.5/512 Reviews
Helped a friend to check in for a three-year visa, Dahong’s room, she said he was happy to die
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FromUS$40