Hotels Near Rie Nishinokyo In Nara

4/5Very Good9 Reviews
1.17km from Rie Nishinokyo
We have an open-air bath in our natural hot springs (onsen). The facilities and service are good. You can enjoy the 1300-year old Kyutei cuisine (dishes once served in palace).
3.6/520 Reviews
1.38km from Rie Nishinokyo
Hotel location is relatively remote, if it is not driving by car, then the traffic will be inconvenient, the bus on the side is a long time before there is a class, it is recommended to look at the departure time before going out, the road on the side of the highway is a bit difficult to find, this position is on the ride We are not very friendly with the bus. However, the hotel room and facilities were far beyond expectations. The room was really big, but the sanitation on the ground was a little bit worse, and there was still some dust in the corner. The breakfast at the hotel was a Japanese or Western set meal that was sent to the front desk staff the next morning, the first time we came to Japan, we didn’t eat too much. In general, staying at such a hotel in Nara at such a price is still worth it!
4/5Very Good5 Reviews
2.07km from Rie Nishinokyo
Wonderful family operated hotel a little outside of central Nara. The rooms are gorgeous and the English speaking staff is really helpful. At other reviews already said it's about 20 min from JR Nara Station. Busses are convenient and the place is a definitive recommendation for everyone who prefers staying in a nice and affordable place over some crowded overpriced tourist hotspot hotels in central Nara. We loved it there, ありがとうございました!
4/5Very Good5 Reviews
2.27km from Rie Nishinokyo
If what you're looking for is a conveniently located hotel in Nara, look no further than Kanpo no Yado Nara. With its location just 5 km from the city center and 43 km from the airport, this 3-star hotel attracts numerous travelers each year. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations.
0/50 Reviews
2.67km from Rie Nishinokyo
It is a brand new at-home guest house that provides a convenient location for easy direct access to Osaka, Nara and Kobe.
5/5Perfect3 Reviews
2.8km from Rie Nishinokyo
The inside of the hotel is very good, and the toiletries used are also very good. Shower gel shampoos are branded. There is also a reception at the front desk for Chinese people. There is a bus stop at the entrance of the hotel. It is very convenient.
4.6/5Outstanding6 Reviews
2.91km from Rie Nishinokyo
How do you say it, it feels like the original love hotel, the first time I stayed in this room, it feels a bit strange. The room is very big, very colorful, if you mind to be careful. There is a certain distance from the Kintetsu Daihe Nishiji Temple and the Shin-Omiya Station. In the middle of the two stations, the urban pavement is the kind of non-slip ground, and it is difficult to carry the luggage. But the scenery along the road is great. Going to Nara will pass through a river with cherry blossoms on both sides. Going to the Yamato Station and passing the Pingcheng Palace, the unexpected scenery. The key to the room must be handed over to the customer's front desk. In fact, it was found that it was good to choose a hotel near the Dahe Xidasi Station. The station was very big and it was very convenient to go there. The hotel was cheaper than the Nara Station.
4/5Very Good5 Reviews
3.29km from Rie Nishinokyo
JW Marriott Hotel Nara, the first luxury hotel to land in Japan, opens! Please spend a relaxing time surrounded by the beauty of Japan in Nara, an ancient city rich in nature. "JW Marriott Hotel" is a special hotel named after the founder of the Marriott Group, "John Willard Marriott". A global hotel brand that is passionate about delivering true luxury, has won numerous awards and is ranked among the highest in the Marriott group. In the vicinity of "JW Marriott Hotel Nara", which is located in the center of Nara, there are some of Japan's oldest cultural properties, including historic sites registered as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
4.4/5Excellent61 Reviews
3.46km from Rie Nishinokyo
It is definitely Ctrip's best value-for-money Japanese hotel, with a total price of more than 370, and enjoys the services of a very traditional foreign hotel. The hotel has been established for 35 years. Due to structural problems, the floor height is not high, and the hardware in the room looks old (but very clean), it is difficult to be rated as a high-star. It doesn’t look far on the map, and there is still a lot to walk from the light rail. But after arriving at the hotel, I found that the hotel has a free scheduled shuttle bus to and from JR, light rail and major attractions. In Japan, a very expensive place for taxis, this alone is equivalent to saving nearly two hundred yuan in travel expenses. And this hotel has a cool man-made landscape waterfall. The spoken English and Chinese are very pure. There is a free hot spring on the first floor. Although it looks like a big bathhouse, it is a natural hot spring. Many locals buy it. Ticket to take a bath. To sum up, this price is not even better than the WBF or Dormy Inn in Japan. It is worth checking out the free shuttle bus and natural hot springs.
3.9/510 Reviews
3.57km from Rie Nishinokyo
A 3-minute walk from the Kintestu Shinomiya Train Station, Takamado offers Western-style accommodations with a flat-screen TV. Free Wi-Fi is available in the public areas.The air-conditioned rooms feature carpeted floors and a desk. A refrigerator and an electric kettle with green tea are included in each. Japanese Yukata robes are available for all guests. The en suite bathroom includes free toiletries and a hairdryer.The hotel provides coin-operated laundry machines, and a photocopying service. Vending machines are available to purchase drinks.A Western breakfast is served at the restaurant.Takamado Inn is a 10-minute drive to the Todaiji Temple, and a 8-minute drive to the Kofukuji Temple.
4.6/5Outstanding6 Reviews
3.91km from Rie Nishinokyo
Great location, just beside train station. the room is small but for the price and location paid, it worth the stay. type of amenities is just great, eye mask, face mask, different type of pillow etc etc etc. breakfast is great, however u need to wake up early to catch it. it end sharp at 830am for weekday. thanks them for allowing us to keep our luggage while we travel up to mt yoshino. overall, great experience with Super Hotel. p/s: u may find it difficult to locate them as they have no sign board clearly written super hotel, the landmark is the 7-11. the reception is at the second floor.
3.9/58 Reviews
3.94km from Rie Nishinokyo
Old style hotel kept condition since it opened ages ago; clean and tidy but the room for western people will be too small, hv prbm fit body in toilet/bathtub you need squeeze your body in, room size too small you wont hv space fit your suitcase; TV is 19' inch only play Japan local channels, better bring yourself HDMI cable w/laptop play YouTube on it. Air-con fair strong in Oct time & bit noisy; fridge can fit 1x 2L drink and small items that's all. Around area have 2x 7-11 & Lawson very convenience, 1 min walk to train stn to Namba/Kyoto Note:They dont hv smart keycard its just a key, you require drop your key to lobby for room cleaning when go out.

Hotels Near Rie Nishinokyo In Nara Review

4.8/51532 Reviews
I added Nara to my Japan itinerary very last minute and so booked this hotel last minute as well. I was very surprised by the facilities on offer by the hotel. The rooms where very comfortable (They can be noisy if your more towards the train tracks but I’m not a light sleeper). The highlights of this hotel are first it’s location. Next to the train station and easy to find, also a short walk to the deer park. Second, free portion of noodles after 9/10pm (amazing) thirdly (but the best part) small onsen in the hotel, it’s great they have a sauna, and three different pools. After catching trains and lugging heavy bags around Osaka & Kyoto for the past few days this was a major highlight for me and what anyone needs. I would highly recommend this hotel if your planning an overnight stay in Nara.
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4.8/5658 Reviews
JR Nara stood out and turned left to see the hotel. You can walk directly into the hotel along the overpass. The lobby of the hotel is small and sometimes there is a Chinese receptionist. The room is small, the luggage is unfolded, and walking is not very convenient. But facilities are readily available, including air purifying humidifier, fully automatic constant temperature toilet, bathroom and toilet are all thermostatic faucets. The hygiene is clean, the pajamas are comfortable, and the beds are comfortable. Although close to the station, the windows may be tight and very quiet. Breakfast was not eaten at the hotel, and Rosen was downstairs, so breakfast was convenient. The bus stop is also not far away, so I bought a Nara bus one-day pass, which is convenient for travel. This price is good value for money in the Japanese red leaf season.
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4.6/5226 Reviews
When we drove up to the Nara Hotel, our mouths were hanging open--what a beautiful place! We felt pampered from the moment we arrived. We were warmly welcomed and were able to check in and have the hotel store our luggage until our room would be ready later in the afternoon, so that we could get right out and tour the area. The hotel is walking distance to Nara Park and very convenient to all the sites there. We thoroughly enjoyed the shrines and temples, the Great Buddha, the gardens and of course THE DEER. So fun! Yes, the interior of the hotel is a little old and worn, but it's so grand and everyone was so kind that we overlooked that. When we were able to check in, a room steward took us to our room and gave us a brief tour. We had opted for a Japanese style room, which was a really fun experience. Our luggage had already been delivered to the room, so we didn't have to lug it up there. The room was really cool with many traditional touches, a full tea service set, and a small table in the center of the tatami mat in the main room. It did have a strange smell in the room, which we later described as almost a broccoli smell. Not sure if it was the green tea or the mats, but it was pretty strong. There was a lovely sitting area that looks out on the peaceful garden, and a deep wooden onsen tub in the bathroom, with really nice bath amenities. The tub was very WELCOME after a day of lots of walking. And the kimono robes provided were so fun and comfortable! We had a really good, several course, fixed priced dinner at the Japanese restaurant in the hotel before we headed up to our transformed room for bed. The staff asks you when you would like them to set up your futon beds and they take care of that for you. It's a fun experience, but I didn't sleep very well--the futons are thin and the floor is hard. My husband, however, LOVED it. Breakfast was provided in the morning and you had a choice of an American style or Japanese style. The line to get into the breakfast room was long, (it was a Saturday morning) so getting there early is important if you need to get going. The hotel provided free bus service to the train station, so we took advantage of that in the morning to get to the station which was a nice perk. They are working on renovating some of the main areas in the hotel, which will hopefully boost the look/feel of the place to where it should be for such a grand exterior and perfect location. We really enjoyed our brief time here!
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4.7/5271 Reviews
Following 3 weeks around Japan which we thoroughly enjoyed, the Nikko Hotel experience came as a shock. We arrived at Nikko Nara at 10 pm after 5 hours of driving with 2 small children. The hotel was booked and paid for for 2 nights 6 weeks prior. It was booked via AMOMA, which 2 weeks later went out of business. On AMOMA's advice, I called the hotel 4 weeks before the stay and was personally assured the booking had been placed and paid for, nothing to worry about. Without further notice, our booking was canceled of which we learned at 10 pm upon our arrival. Money - not refunded. The hotel didn't bother to put us on notice of the cancellation. When asked to take our credit card details and give us the keys, so we can discuss the issue in the morning, the receptionist Mr Davide Grusovin demanded the upfront payment of AU $900 in case '[we] decide to take off without paying tomorrow'. He went out of his way to make us feel unwelcome and charged the highest rate possible (the next day we were provided a slightly discounted rate). Despite my providing documents confirming the reservation and 2 telephone calls to the hotel, he said: 'You have nothing in writing showing we confirmed your reservation. It's not our problem.' He was unapologetic for the mess we were placed in by the hotel's failure to notify us of the cancellation of the reservation which took place without our knowledge 2 days after my calls, as we later learnt. The ordeal went for a good hour when at 11 pm(!) we finally got the keys to our room after having to pay a second time for it so that the children could get a sleep. The said receptionist was shaking a letter before me, the latter stating AMOMA ceased trading. When I took the letter to read it, the receptionist forcefully ripped it out of my hands, more rude comments followed. I could not believe what had happened. I was bullied by the staff of a 4* hotel in Japan out of all places. I would like to express my gratitude to the rest of the staff who assisted the next day as much as they could to mitigate the situation and were exceptionally kind. And in particular to thank Ms Yuko K, the front office supervisor. Needless to say that I am never again going to the Nikko Nara hotel or to Nara. This is by far the worst experience I've had in my 30 years of travel worldwide.
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4.5/539 Reviews
The location is very good. Kintetsu Nara Station is just outside the hotel. From the Kansai Airport, there is also a bus to Nara, which stops in front of Kintetsu Nara Station. There is a 7-11 downstairs in the hotel, and there is a bigger 7-11. The hotel room is the normal size of Japan, including breakfast. There are no more Dongyin INN varieties that lived opposite the Central Airport, but they can eat enough. The hotel is not far from Nara Park. The next morning, we left our luggage and walked for a few minutes to see the deer. There is a commercial street next to Kintetsu Nara Station, with some restaurants, cosmeceuticals and specialty shops. The Toyoko Inn room is a uniform style, not very special, so there is no photo of the room, the last location map.
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4.5/5145 Reviews
I am just finishing a 3 night stay here in Nara and if I had reviewed the hotel when I first checked in I would have given it a 1 or 2 star maximum. In my view the hotel has 2 things going for it: the staff is moderately good and the price is cheap. However, the rooms are very small as noted and as I happily travel solo and am not large I have no idea how two people manage in this space. I did see some couples here but mostly for the time here it was solo business travelers or other solo travelers. I left my suitcase at my hotel in Kyoto so only came here with a small bag which was good as there is no space for clothes or luggage. The rooms are characterless and as noted have a prefabricated bathroom and for me even the color scheme is grating. The reason I booked this hotel is that on TA 75-80% of people gave it 4 or 5 stars. If true it seems to me these are people who don't travel much!! However, for a quick overnight business trip it would be adequate. The breakfast is passable and I admit that it is nice to have a breakfast included in the price. Overall I have warmed to the hotel somewhat. Despite the above I have given it 3 stars as I have enjoyed Nara very much and the hotel did the trick. And did I mention it is cheap (!!!) which helped offset my more expensive choices in Kyoto and Osaka so overall it worked out well. Would I stay here again? Probably not in this lifetime! (Unless it was renovated.) Lastly as travelers to Japan know this hotel will not allow you to check in before 3pm even if the room is empty and has been cleaned (as I experienced when I asked to see the room before I paid because I was wary of the hotel) and check out is 10am and not even 11am as it is generally in Japan even if in the world it is mostly 12noon. Late check out incurs 1000 yen per hour.
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