Hotels Near Meiji University Of Oriental Medicine

Hotels Near Meiji University Of Oriental Medicine In Nantan

0/50 Reviews
3.03km from downtown
The Amawaka House provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. Visitors to Nantan will find that the Amawaka House is a fantastic accommodation choice. With JR Hiyoshi Station just 700m away and Osaka International Airport only 78km away, transportation is very convenient. After a long day of sightseeing, guests can retire to the comfort of the hotel. Airport pickup can be arranged by the hotel upon request.
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0/50 Reviews
5.89km from downtown
Farm-Inn Torikotoya is located in Nantan and about a 10-minute drive from JR Hiyoshi Station. The hotel is located near Hiyoshi Dam. Complimentary WiFi is available throughout the hotel.
FromUS$187
4.5/5Excellent2 Reviews
7.32km from downtown
Opened in 2020, the Fairfield by Marriott Kyoto Kyotamba offers travelers a pleasant stay in Kyotamba, whether for business or leisure purposes. The hotel is conveniently located just 8km from Goma Station and 80km from Osaka International Airport. Guests will find Mt. Bijo, Kongo-ji Temple and Tamba Sports Park just a short distance from the hotel. In their spare time, guests can explore the hotel's surroundings. This Kyotamba hotel offers parking on site. When it comes to Kyotamba hotels, the Fairfield by Marriott Kyoto Kyotamba is highly regarded for its excellent facilities.
FromUS$79
5/5Perfect5 Reviews
9.21km from downtown
Miyama Heimat Youth Hostel is conveniently located in the popular Nantan area. The hotel offers a high standard of service and amenities to suit the individual needs of all travelers. Luggage storage, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park, safety deposit boxes, vending machine are there for guest's enjoyment. Comfortable guestrooms ensure a good night's sleep with some rooms featuring facilities such as non smoking rooms, air conditioning, heating, desk, blackout curtains. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. No matter what your reasons are for visiting Nantan, Miyama Heimat Youth Hostel will make you feel instantly at home.
FromUS$45
4.8/5Outstanding10 Reviews
10.59km from downtown
Native house Goemon offers accommodation in Kyoto. Free private parking is available on site. There is a 24-hour front desk on site. The property is a traditional Japanese-style home located a 60-minute drive from Kyoto Station.All rooms are fitted with a shared bathroom. Extras include slippers, free toiletries and a hairdryer. Guests can enjoy eating vegetables and rice from local farms.
FromUS$209
4.5/5Excellent12 Reviews
13.72km from downtown
Hideo and his wife Yukako operate a couple of different restored houses in the lovely village of Keihoku (famous for its tall cedars and beautiful mountain walking). We stayed in a 200-year-old restored thatch-roofed house which was Hideo's family home. A stay isn't complete without a walk through the woods with Hideo who also offers tours of most of the major sites in the countryside and even in Kyoto city. Yukako is an amazing cook. Our dinners together each night were a highlight. Highly recommended.
FromUS$190
0/50 Reviews
16.46km from downtown
It is a Western style weekend house with a firewood stove, where you can enjoy the pleasure of savoring organic vegetables harvested from some kitchen gardens in the surrounding area.
FromUS$106
4.6/5Outstanding10 Reviews
17.02km from downtown
The location is a little far from Miyama-cho, but the boss will assist in arranging shuttle transfers so that the best arrangements can be made for visiting Miyama-machi Gassho Village and staying at the hotel. The hotel is clean, the rooms are spacious and the Japanese dinner and breakfast are delicious . The sleeping pad is very clean and warm. After walking for a day, I slept for a very comfortable sleep. If I had the chance, I would stay again to see the different styles of the four seasons.
FromUS$354
4.1/5Very Good13 Reviews
17.75km from downtown
Kyoto Keburikawa Hotel is a popular choice amongst travelers in Kameoka, whether exploring or just passing through. Both business travelers and tourists can enjoy the hotel's facilities and services. Take advantage of the hotel's car park, restaurant, coffee shop, elevator, vending machine. Some of the well-appointed guestrooms feature television LCD/plasma screen, non smoking rooms, air conditioning, heating, television. To enhance guests' stay, the hotel offers recreational facilities such as hot spring bath. Kyoto Keburikawa Hotel is an excellent choice from which to explore Kameoka or to simply relax and rejuvenate.
FromUS$235
4.6/5Outstanding14 Reviews
18.03km from downtown
It was a wonderful experience staying at Syoenso Hozukawatei. The staff was very polite and helpful with setting everything up as well as translating for us. There are a myriad of hot springs ranging from indoor to outdoor, from regular to medicinal baths. Adding to that the rooms were spacious and cozy giving a nice view of the mountain. Finally to top it all of the food was delicious with multi course meals for dinner and breakfast that highlighted the local delicacies. It was a wonderful visit! Plus the pillows were amazing!
FromUS$209
5/5Perfect5 Reviews
18.22km from downtown
大阪神戸から1時間以内で行けて都会の喧騒から逃れられる貴重なスポットです。ファミリー、カップルにもお勧め、此処で頂くお料理はフレンチのシェフの和食は最高に美味しいです。 We have experienced nice Sasayama NIPPONIA before so we know they are good in many ways to amuse the guests. What makes unique about the places are they renovated very old Japanese houses into cozy modern hotel rooms. About 20minutes away from there by car, there is a another nipponia place in post town Fukuisumi. It was in the middle of Preservation area for traditional buildings. And main office and accommodation is the same in one place and very traditional housing reformed into a modern way you can enjoy for the new experience. We were not expected high quality sophisticated cuisines in there, but contrary,from the open kitchen, you can smell the taste before you eat and they serve cuisine on the dishes with the name of pottery’s . It’s French or Japanese? Feel like you are having extraordinary foods. After the dinner, we’ve looked up to see stars in clear sky for awhile, next morning before breakfast, maybe you should try the coffee house near there. And walking to the shrine or see the town end big 800 years tree 🌲 before you leave the place.
FromUS$325
3.5/55 Reviews
18.38km from downtown
We stayed at the Keizankaku ryokan as a family of two adults and two school age children. We chose the Keizankaku because it has rooms that features private outdoor baths so you can experience the Japanese onsen without going to a more public bath. It also advertises as a child-friendly ryokan so we were confident that our children would be welcomed as guests. The clientele was mostly Japanese. The Keizankaku is located in the mountains outside of Kyoto, about 45 minutes away by car or by public transportation. The ryokan provides a bus to and from Kameoka Station so it is possible to get here on public transportation. The ryokan building is not traditional, consisting of several low-rise buildings, so don’t expect Japanese authenticity in the building. The interior is very typical of ryokans of this class and of this age, dominated by late 70’s early 80’s furnishings, fluorescent lighting, and a pink-pastel color scheme. All of it is clean and functional, but neither authentically Japanese nor modern. We stayed in a Japanese style room with Private open air bath in the Second Building. In my opinion, this is the room to get for those people who want to experience Japanese baths without having to go to a public bath. The room is a typical Japanese tatami room where the sitting area is converted into the sleeping area in the evening by the maids. It was spacious and nice enough for our family. We had our kaiseki dinner in a private room instead of in our room. Our dinner setup had individual tables and chairs in a tatami room which was frankly more comfortable for our kids than sitting on the floor. The meal was good, with really wide variety of dishes. One highlight was the fugu which is a poisonous pufferfish which requires special skills to prepare. The child meal was unexpectedly large … basically it had the same number of courses as the adult meal, but replaced the complicated dishes (such as the aforementioned fugu) with simpler items. Overall, it was a good (but not WOW!) meal, and a good introduction to this style of dining. In our opinion, the breakfast buffet was a more satisfying meal because it was simpler in preparation. It featured both western breakfast items, as well as a huge assortment of Japanese breakfast dishes. There was something here for everyone, and lots of things to try. The Keizankaku is admittedly a little out-of-the-way from mainstream Kyoto, but it can be worth the effort depending on your needs for the ryokan experience.
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Hotels Near Meiji University Of Oriental Medicine In Nantan Review

4.6/510 Reviews
The location is a little far from Miyama-cho, but the boss will assist in arranging shuttle transfers so that the best arrangements can be made for visiting Miyama-machi Gassho Village and staying at the hotel. The hotel is clean, the rooms are spacious and the Japanese dinner and breakfast are delicious . The sleeping pad is very clean and warm. After walking for a day, I slept for a very comfortable sleep. If I had the chance, I would stay again to see the different styles of the four seasons.
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FromUS$354