Hotels Near Okonomiyaki Ippo In Tatsuno

0/50 Reviews
1.14km from Okonomiyaki Ippo
Katashibodake no Yado Umetama is located in Tatsuno near Hontatsuno Station, near Himeji Castle. Yukata are available for guests to wear during their stay. Guests may borrow conveniences such as trouser pressers at no additional charge (please inquire at the front desk for details). Facilities include a communal bath and an open-air bath. The hotel possesses 10 guest rooms.
4/5Very Good5 Reviews
9.74km from Okonomiyaki Ippo
We offer total 11 rooms including rooms with open-air bath or detached room. Modern Japanese inn facing a shallow beach
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
10.6km from Okonomiyaki Ippo
Set in a prime location of Hyogo, Livemax Resort Setouchi Seafront puts everything the city has to offer just outside your doorstep. Offering a variety of facilities and services, the hotel provides all you need for a good night's sleep. Take advantage of the hotel's car park, meeting facilities, restaurant. Some of the well-appointed guestrooms feature air conditioning, heating, wake-up service, desk, balcony/terrace. Recuperate from a full day of sightseeing in the comfort of your room or take advantage of the hotel's recreational facilities, including sauna, hot spring bath, outdoor pool. No matter what your reasons are for visiting Hyogo, Livemax Resort Setouchi Seafront will make you feel instantly at home.

Hotels Near Okonomiyaki Ippo In Tatsuno Review

4.7/510 Reviews
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4.8/517 Reviews
It was a place I didn't know for the first time, but I didn't have to worry because there are many restaurants around. I think this price is quite cheap in this area. Thank you very much!
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3.5/55 Reviews
The Aioi station hotel annex is located no more than 5 mins walk from the Aioi Station ( this is a Shinkansen stop ). The hotel rooms are really small, but if you just want to rest for the night , then i guess considering its room tariff, it is exactly the budget type hotel you would want to spend a night . Free wi-fi is available in each room but dont expect much TV programs. A buffet style breakfast (both western and Oriental dishes ) starting from 6 : 30 am is included in the room tariff . The menu is okay to start the day with a quick bite ( at least for foreigners). If you need to buy something , there is a supermarket very close to the hotel and so are a few Japanese restaurants for a good dinner.
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3.8/514 Reviews
It was kept clean, but the room was really small with twin beds. But it met my needs and I was able to spend it comfortably.
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3/512 Reviews
Great traditional-style Japanese hotel, with baths and multi-course meal. You get there fairly easily, either by a free shuttle, or by bus, though it doesn't come so often. Check the schedule with the tourist info center. The front desk staff don’t speak any English, but we were able to just tell them our names and get the key. After we got to the room we changed into yukata, a traditional but casual robe worn around ryokan. Normally, at this point you’d then head to the baths for a relaxing soak … but, unfortunately, we arrived at 6, so we had to go straight to dinner. Dinner was excellent. Many, many courses seated in our own private room. We were served very high-quality sashimi, tempura, yakiniku beef, and crab nabe (a traditional soup you cook right at the table), among other things. The chefs designed the course according to seasonally available foods. After living in Japan for almost 4 years, this was still one of the best Japanese meals I’ve ever had. If you’re still hungry at the end (I still eat American-sized portions!), make sure to ask for more rice by saying “go han, ku da sa i”. We opted for the room with the private outdoor bath. It adds on about 15000-20000 yen to the price, but if you can afford to splurge, you won’t regret it. We looked out on the night sky in the middle of winter and enjoyed the fresh air. The view could be a little better (probably nicer in the late spring, when the many rice fields in front of the hotel are growing) but it was still really memorable. Aside from the bath, the room itself offered a comfortable sitting room with reclining chairs and floor-to-ceiling windows, a nice place to watch a sunrise. The main living room was a traditional Japanese tatami room, nothing too special. The beds were quite comfortable, though the pillows are the bead-style ones that some Westerners don’t like. In the morning, we had a great buffet with both Japanese and Western food. There had to have been at least 30 or more options, and none of it was overcooked or rushed like you see in some buffets. Note that you can still wear your yukata at breakfast but if you do, you’ll be part of a small minority. Make sure to get up early, too. I think the breakfast service ends at 9:30 or so. Checkout is unfortunately a bit early at 10. Would have loved to get a bath in before leaving. Asked about late check out but it’s an additional 5000 and you can only stay until noon. So we just got the free shuttle at around 10. It can drop you at Mt. Shosha (highly recommended) or Himeji Castle on the way, but we just went back to the station. All in all, a great stay! It’s a little tricky to navigate with minimal Japanese, but if you’re feeling adventurous and want to have an authentic Japanese experience, you won’t be disappointed.
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4.4/513 Reviews
This is a "comfort" chain hotel. It is not as clean and refined as a local Japanese brand hotel, and it is slightly rough, but it is cheaper and the breakfast is ok. Encountered something, the front desk staff has a very bad attitude and a bad impression, it is not recommended!
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