Hotels Near Sushi Edo Yamatedai In Akita

4.2/5Very Good1 Reviews
2.65km from Sushi Edo Yamatedai
We stayed for two nights and were very impressed! The rooms and facilities are very comfortable and clean. The family is very welcoming and accommodating, and really made us feel at home. Located very close to the station, and the street itself is still quiet. Lovely breakfasts and great sake. Highly recommended for any travellers to Akita.
FromUS$60.00
4.3/5Excellent12 Reviews
2.76km from Sushi Edo Yamatedai
This hotel in general is a typical Toyoko Inn. The main difference is it's being part of the station building so a person need not go outside to arrive there. I didn't know that because their are no signs until you are almost ready to enter the hotel (in other words, so close to the hotel you don't need them) so left the station building and walked around in a snowstorm trying to find it. The typical Toyoko Inn sign high on the building faces the downtown across the tracks, not visible from the station nor from the street on the hotel's side of the station. There is no hotel entrance directly from the street, only through a building. Here is how to find the hotel: After leaving the trains, turn left and walk in the opposite direction of the downtown area. You will be several levels above the street. When that hallway ends and all you can do it turn right, just turn right and continue on the same level. Eventually you will go down one flight of stairs and see the hotel entrance ahead of you. The hotel is in the separate building connected to the station by a hallway. The entrance is several levels about the ground floor. There is NO outside entrance to the hotel.
FromUS$53.00
4.1/5Very Good11 Reviews
3.01km from Sushi Edo Yamatedai
This 3-1/2-star hotel wins the award for the most convenient location on our trip to northern Japan because the Metropolitan sits right next to the train station with a walkway that basically gets you to the front entrance. We were using it as a home base for short, hour-long train rides to experience the samurai houses and bucolic scenery in the greater prefecture. The Metropolitan was definitely a spiffier accommodation than most of our other hotels and at 13,680 JPY or $125 per night, it was a decent bargain for a Standard Twin room and worthy of the two nights that my husband and I stayed there. It was also a good thing that Akita was an eminently walkable city with a shopping mall and an extended commercial corridor extending from the other side of the station. As with all the hotels on our trip, the front desk staff was polite and very accommodating despite our limited ability to communicate. Definitely recommended.
FromUS$55.00
4.7/5Outstanding8 Reviews
3.1km from Sushi Edo Yamatedai
The staff checked me in an hour early, so I had plenty of time to get in a shower and start a load of laundry. I was given Room 1009, a bit bigger than most business hotels rooms, with a double bed, work desk, small table and chair, air cleaner, mini- fridge and tea service. There was a free- to- use smartphone and a charger octopus with many different connectors. The hotel is pretty new and still has that just- opened feel to it. The bed was very comfortable and the bedding, towels and such were all high- quality. The window opened a bit for some welcome fresh air. The bathroom was nicer than most business hotel versions, a bit more room and a nice counter / sink and armatures. The coin laundry has combo washer- dryers with easy- to- understand directions and automatic detergent – you don’t have to try and find detergent, as many of these facilities make you do, and you don’t have to go back down to move the clean clothes into the dryer. The cycle time in minutes is displayed on the machine when you start it, so you know when to come back. The hotel is a street and an alley over from the main drag, which leads from the station to the ponds in front of the castle grounds. There’s a covered walkway from the station to one block short of the hotel’s block. The best restaurants are all nearby. In short, the location is excellent. The staff were very helpful throughout my stay. Breakfast was good and there was a very large, square wooden table in the middle with plants in the center and it made the room more interesting. They have a free coffee machine which works from breakfast opening until evening. All in all, it’s an excellent place to stay.
FromUS$46.00
4.3/5Excellent46 Reviews
3.11km from Sushi Edo Yamatedai
I stayed in this hotel last April. It was a comfortable stay, and hence I chose to return this time. I said last time while the room is spacious and well equipped, the furnishings are showing a bit of age. The room I was given this time may have been renovated not long ago and does not have the same problems. The hotel is located close to the railway station and the bus terminus. Two floors (or even more) of the hotel, I believe, are devoted to conferences and marriage ceremonies. The hotel is probably a good choice for these activities. The highlight, however, remains the buffet breakfast which is included in the very reasonable hotel price. The buffet offers plenty of choices, both Japanese and western, comparable to those provided by any five-star hotel in Tokyo.
FromUS$47.00
5/5Perfect3 Reviews
3.12km from Sushi Edo Yamatedai
My girlfriend booked this hotel for me (we were going to meet in Kakunodate the next day) to my surprise it was right next to the station. Which was good because it was beginning to drizzle. Highly recommended if you’re staying in Akita but are taking the Shinkansen the next morning. One thing about japan that gets me is no ‘daylight savings’ which in Northern Japan meant sunrise at 04:30 am. I couldn’t go back to sleep, and the free breakfast wasn’t for a few hours so, I walked to the station booked my Shinkansen ticket and strolled through the town on that cool overcast morning. There is a beautiful park nearby -you can’t miss it, just walk the opposite direction on Akita Station and you’ll see it. There’s also a shrine at the top of the hill (bit of a climb but worth it). The hotel was a typical business hotel, and I would not recommend booking it as a family or a group of lads traveling. Staying there single is cozy, and as a couple is cramped. But that is expected. The free breakfast was good, loved the espresso maker that they and most Japanese have for complimentary use.
FromUS$62.00
4.6/5Outstanding65 Reviews
3.26km from Sushi Edo Yamatedai
I am a fan of the Dormy Inn chain - the rooftop hot springs are the perfect way to unwind after a long travel day. While I was there the outdoor bath was full of rubber ducks, which was great fun. The young lady that checked us in as well as the woman who served us the complimentary late-night noodles were both very kind, welcoming, and helpful. Akita is a pretty sleepy town, everything seemed to close by 20:00 even on a Saturday night. Still, this place fit the bill for an overnight stay before catching the Akita Shinkansen at the nearby station.
FromUS$39.00
4.8/5Outstanding3 Reviews
3.33km from Sushi Edo Yamatedai
It was good that the hot spring was wide
FromUS$55.00
4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
3.45km from Sushi Edo Yamatedai
I arrived at the hotel early, and they gave me an early check- in, much appreciated. I was given Room 619, a spacious room with a double bed, a large work desk, big flat- screen TV, a large closet and a larger than usual bathroom. Excellent room. The internet was fast all the time. The bedding was excellent and there were memory foam and regular pillows on the bed. The bed was firm and comfortable, and the window opened wide for lots of fresh air, so I slept well. The bathroom functioned well; it was styled like the classic biz hotel bathroom, but with a lot more space and a nice temperature- control shower / tub armature. The amenities were above standard. Breakfast was good, with a reasonable selection and good quality. I was hoping that the lobby bakery’s goods would be on offer for breakfast, but alas. The staff were excellent, very helpful and thoughtful. The fellow who checked me in took the time to walk around the hotel to the garage area to show me the best place to stow my bicycle. Very thoughtful and caring. The hotel has lots of meeting rooms on several floors, and a number of good shops adjacent to the lobby. There is a Lawson konbini which can be entered via the lobby. The bakery is excellent and offers gift- wrapped goods to take back to friends. The hotel has a lot of charm and though not close to the station, it is close to the castle grounds and many of the restaurants.
FromUS$51.00
3.8/53 Reviews
3.63km from Sushi Edo Yamatedai
The hotel lobby manager was particularly patient and gave a lot of help to the Chinese who came to China for the first time. For example, the timing of the entry and exit, the precautions for breakfast, and the management of hygiene are also very good.
FromUS$47.00
4.7/5Outstanding23 Reviews
3.66km from Sushi Edo Yamatedai
Akita casually set up a chain hotel. I think it ’s almost the same. The rural area should be quite large. I did n’t expect it to be too far away. It took 15-20 minutes to walk from the station. Now, be sure to take out the gloves in advance ~ Secondly, it is super small, there is no sense of 18 levels, and it does not matter if you put it in Tokyo. The gap between Akita and expected is a little bit big, haha ~~ Clear... However, the check-in experience was okay. The front desk was a middle-aged uncle. After the check-in, in addition to coffee and tea bags, I also gave the lady a facial mask and warm baby. The room was small and clean, and clean. And drinks are very convenient. Later, it was found that there was a bus stop in front of the hotel. Almost every one went to Akita Station.
FromUS$49.00
2.5/51 Reviews
3.71km from Sushi Edo Yamatedai
I often felt the young staff working hard. There is no location condition problem. Thinking in total, I think it is a good hotel.
FromUS$47.00

Hotels Near Sushi Edo Yamatedai In Akita Review

4.6/565 Reviews
I am a fan of the Dormy Inn chain - the rooftop hot springs are the perfect way to unwind after a long travel day. While I was there the outdoor bath was full of rubber ducks, which was great fun. The young lady that checked us in as well as the woman who served us the complimentary late-night noodles were both very kind, welcoming, and helpful. Akita is a pretty sleepy town, everything seemed to close by 20:00 even on a Saturday night. Still, this place fit the bill for an overnight stay before catching the Akita Shinkansen at the nearby station.
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FromUS$39.00
4.7/58 Reviews
The staff checked me in an hour early, so I had plenty of time to get in a shower and start a load of laundry. I was given Room 1009, a bit bigger than most business hotels rooms, with a double bed, work desk, small table and chair, air cleaner, mini- fridge and tea service. There was a free- to- use smartphone and a charger octopus with many different connectors. The hotel is pretty new and still has that just- opened feel to it. The bed was very comfortable and the bedding, towels and such were all high- quality. The window opened a bit for some welcome fresh air. The bathroom was nicer than most business hotel versions, a bit more room and a nice counter / sink and armatures. The coin laundry has combo washer- dryers with easy- to- understand directions and automatic detergent – you don’t have to try and find detergent, as many of these facilities make you do, and you don’t have to go back down to move the clean clothes into the dryer. The cycle time in minutes is displayed on the machine when you start it, so you know when to come back. The hotel is a street and an alley over from the main drag, which leads from the station to the ponds in front of the castle grounds. There’s a covered walkway from the station to one block short of the hotel’s block. The best restaurants are all nearby. In short, the location is excellent. The staff were very helpful throughout my stay. Breakfast was good and there was a very large, square wooden table in the middle with plants in the center and it made the room more interesting. They have a free coffee machine which works from breakfast opening until evening. All in all, it’s an excellent place to stay.
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FromUS$46.00
4.7/523 Reviews
Akita casually set up a chain hotel. I think it ’s almost the same. The rural area should be quite large. I did n’t expect it to be too far away. It took 15-20 minutes to walk from the station. Now, be sure to take out the gloves in advance ~ Secondly, it is super small, there is no sense of 18 levels, and it does not matter if you put it in Tokyo. The gap between Akita and expected is a little bit big, haha ~~ Clear... However, the check-in experience was okay. The front desk was a middle-aged uncle. After the check-in, in addition to coffee and tea bags, I also gave the lady a facial mask and warm baby. The room was small and clean, and clean. And drinks are very convenient. Later, it was found that there was a bus stop in front of the hotel. Almost every one went to Akita Station.
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FromUS$49.00
4.5/55 Reviews
I arrived at the hotel early, and they gave me an early check- in, much appreciated. I was given Room 619, a spacious room with a double bed, a large work desk, big flat- screen TV, a large closet and a larger than usual bathroom. Excellent room. The internet was fast all the time. The bedding was excellent and there were memory foam and regular pillows on the bed. The bed was firm and comfortable, and the window opened wide for lots of fresh air, so I slept well. The bathroom functioned well; it was styled like the classic biz hotel bathroom, but with a lot more space and a nice temperature- control shower / tub armature. The amenities were above standard. Breakfast was good, with a reasonable selection and good quality. I was hoping that the lobby bakery’s goods would be on offer for breakfast, but alas. The staff were excellent, very helpful and thoughtful. The fellow who checked me in took the time to walk around the hotel to the garage area to show me the best place to stow my bicycle. Very thoughtful and caring. The hotel has lots of meeting rooms on several floors, and a number of good shops adjacent to the lobby. There is a Lawson konbini which can be entered via the lobby. The bakery is excellent and offers gift- wrapped goods to take back to friends. The hotel has a lot of charm and though not close to the station, it is close to the castle grounds and many of the restaurants.
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FromUS$51.00
5/53 Reviews
My girlfriend booked this hotel for me (we were going to meet in Kakunodate the next day) to my surprise it was right next to the station. Which was good because it was beginning to drizzle. Highly recommended if you’re staying in Akita but are taking the Shinkansen the next morning. One thing about japan that gets me is no ‘daylight savings’ which in Northern Japan meant sunrise at 04:30 am. I couldn’t go back to sleep, and the free breakfast wasn’t for a few hours so, I walked to the station booked my Shinkansen ticket and strolled through the town on that cool overcast morning. There is a beautiful park nearby -you can’t miss it, just walk the opposite direction on Akita Station and you’ll see it. There’s also a shrine at the top of the hill (bit of a climb but worth it). The hotel was a typical business hotel, and I would not recommend booking it as a family or a group of lads traveling. Staying there single is cozy, and as a couple is cramped. But that is expected. The free breakfast was good, loved the espresso maker that they and most Japanese have for complimentary use.
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FromUS$62.00
4.8/53 Reviews
It was good that the hot spring was wide
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FromUS$55.00
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