Hotels Near Yakiniku Goen Hamamachi In Kurashiki

0/50 Reviews
0.59km from Yakiniku Goen Hamamachi
FromUS$86.00
5/5Perfect1 Reviews
0.97km from Yakiniku Goen Hamamachi
About 2 minutes walk to Kurashiki Station on the JR Sanyo Main Line. The beautiful area is within walking distance. Good location for sightseeing and business.
FromUS$22.00
0/51 Reviews
1.14km from Yakiniku Goen Hamamachi
5 minutes walk from Kurashiki station. The area in front of the station where you can check in without getting wet even on rainy days. Restaurants and shops line up from Kurashiki Station to the Bikan area, and the entire area around the hotel, including the Kurashiki Bikan area, is bustling every day.
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4.2/5Very Good6 Reviews
1.25km from Yakiniku Goen Hamamachi
We had a twin room with two double beds. The daughter had a triple room. The carpet clean. The bathroom was clean and smelled fine. It had adequate facilities for a perfectly convenient hotel to the station and the old town. Would use it again if we visited old Kurashiki again. There were sufficient clothes hooks and hangars - one thing that is always in short supply in Ryokans is hanging space for coats and used towels. There was a good heater and a good tv. The beds were a little tired looking and in need of repair as were the mattresses but the protectors and sheets were clean and even though beds a bit springy were dtill comfortable. We had a room on the traffic side, and it was not too bad and didn't interrupt my sleep. Breakfast looked good but we opted out as we wanted just yoghurt and banana. The twin corner room is roomier. Single room a bit on the small side. Curtains had been refurbished, floor carpet also, but not the side strip of carpet Price and location all a factor. It's not five star but we found it good for the night's stay and good value.
FromUS$32.00
4.7/5Outstanding5 Reviews
1.32km from Yakiniku Goen Hamamachi
If what you're looking for is a conveniently located hotel in Kurashiki, look no further than Hotel Sunplaza. From here, guests can enjoy easy access to all that the lively city has to offer. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations.
FromUS$48.00
3.5/55 Reviews
1.33km from Yakiniku Goen Hamamachi
The room is small as expected.However the car park is great. It could accommodate around 32 cars with height limit 1.55m. The charge is very reasonable at 500 yen per night. The entrance is a bit difficult to find. The breakfast offers rice and bread.
FromUS$50.00
4.7/5Outstanding1 Reviews
1.34km from Yakiniku Goen Hamamachi
I booked this hotel because we were planning to go to Setouchi Islands but all the accommodations surrounding the area were already fully booked, which I suspect because it was on golden week. The other choice that I manage to find was a dodgy looking (love) hotel in Okayama area, so of course I decided to book this hotel. When I finally arrived in Japan, it's a pleasant surprise that Kurashiki is a beautiful quaint small town and this hotel is really close to the train station. Although we have to take local train (we use JR pass kansai wide area) to Okayama where we can continue to Uno port, it not really a bother because it's only a 5 mnt trip anyway and the local trains are always available. The hotel itself is very clean, with brand new beds and bathroom fittings. The bathroom is a bit small, especially for a tall male. Although it located near the station, you don't hear much of the crowd because it located on the side area of the station. Considering the price (really cheap comparing to other hotels in Okayama area), it's really a nice place to stay if you plan to go sightseeing all day and only come back at night for a rest. The drawbacks are the hotel staffs can't speak English, but it wont become a problem as long as you have a proper booking id and passport. And I suspect because it's a small town, there's almost no one who can speak a proper English, you can ask around on Starbucks located on the other side of station if you really need some help.
FromUS$25.00
3.2/51 Reviews
1.39km from Yakiniku Goen Hamamachi
With a stay at Green Rich Hotel Kurashiki Ekimae in Kurashiki, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Kibitsu Shrine and Canal Area (Bikan Historical Quarter). This hotel is 12.3 mi (19.9 km) from Orient Museum and 12.3 mi (19.9 km) from Hayashibara Museum of Art.This hotel offers designated smoking areas.The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.Make yourself at home in one of the 120 air-conditioned rooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Private bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include desks and blackout drapes/curtains, and housekeeping is provided daily.
FromUS$42.00
0/50 Reviews
1.49km from Yakiniku Goen Hamamachi
Situated in the central Kurashiki Bikan historical quarter, this vacation rental gives you an opportunity to touch and feel our handmade living products.
FromUS$240.00
4.5/5Excellent63 Reviews
1.55km from Yakiniku Goen Hamamachi
This is not a bad little three star hotel, it has some good points but depends what you want. We walked down from Kurashiki Station because not too far with rolling luggage but it was a hot day so it was nice to be immediately presented with cold towels by reception. We checked right in although a little bit early which also appreciated. Room a bit small but you could just about walk round the bed. Hard bed and hard pillow but high point was to find an actual real shower not a stupid tub thing so extra points for that. Lighting nicely controlled from one bedside but Dormy have this really dumb idea of a motion controlled light by the door. Fine but at a certain time in life you tend to get up in the night which puts the bright light on and wakes everyone up. The fix is to catch the light when it is off and give the bulb a slight anticlock twist so it is permanently off. Problem solved. Hotel is just a few seconds walk from the historic district which is very convenient as that is the main purpose of visiting Kurashiki. So far so good, except that they advertise specifically a breakfast with elements for both Japanese and Western tastes. Well sorry no they don’t. Nothing wrong with the food but it is all Japanese. Fruit is minimal and even the junk tinned fruit runs out very quickly, no bacon or tomatoes and funny little toasts. You can make the best of it but a traction toaster would make life easier for guests and even the Japanese would probably appreciate some smoked salmon and other sashimi. It is ok and not expensive but if they advertise western breakfast they should provide it. Free lobby coffee was well used and apparently free basic ramen after 9.00pm if you still need a snack by then. However the hotel is surrounded by decent ramen places so I got my regular fix. I would actually recommend the hotel but they do need to up their game a little bit and not rely too much on tour groups.
FromUS$48.00
4.2/5Very Good2 Reviews
1.56km from Yakiniku Goen Hamamachi
The location was very convenient and the breakfast and dinner was very good.But we were on the 2nd floor tatami room where there was no fridge in the room and there was no bathroom (bath). The other thing that was unsatisfactory was that the staff could not communicate in English.
FromUS$210.00
4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
1.57km from Yakiniku Goen Hamamachi
Ryokan Kurashiki is in the middle of Kurashiki Bikan historical quarter. The Front hall is old and harks back to historical times. Once in through the sliding door, the ryokan interior is modern and yet timeless. Black tiled floors and corridors that lead you in many directions. We were given tea in the terrace and check in formalities were quickly completed. We were then brought to our room, where our luggage, which was left with the hotel earlier, was now placed. We took off our shoes and entered a tatami room off to the left was a separate toilet from the double sinks and further in, a large Japanese-style double shower area and a bathtub. Toiletries are provided in his and hers baskets beside the sink. Inside, you’ll find hair wash and conditioner, body wash, and various items that he or she would need. A powerful hairdryer is placed beside the sink. There is ample space for your personal toiletries. Toilet has the usual Japanese toilet functions. There’s also a sink here. There are two large areas before the master bedroom. The main entry tatami area where we placed our luggage on luggage rack, which in turn rested on a carpet (to protect the tatami floor). A large clothes rack for hanging jackets and other clothing is provided. My son slept in the room tatami style. The next room has a low table and seating for how ever many is in the room. A medium sized flat screen TV is in a cupboard and the owner has decorated the rooms with her western antique finds such as old clocks or radios. A tea set rests on the table and a kettle is plugged into the nearby wall socket. You can fix yourself a cup of Japanese tea. Our bedroom had a hidden fridge, safe and a smaller TV. The items in the fridge are part of your room charge. There’s a couple of bottles of fruit juice, a beer, soft drink and water. The ryokan provides yukuta to go to the onsen as well as really comfortable pyjamas to sleep in. WiFi can be received in the room and it is a strong fast signal. An Additional treat was the daily delivery of English newspapers. There’s a smaller toilet and separate bathroom, both with sinks in their respective areas. Our rooms were large and very generous in terms of space. It was also very Classical Japanese. The beds in our room were, however, modern in that it was raised on a platform, had side table and electrical points on my side of bed. Light switches are shared in the Centre of the bed bead. Without the air conditioning in the room, it would have been really cold. We were glad to run some of the air cons at 1/2 speed to at least keep the room at a comfortable temperature. The shower area also felt cold to start. But once you run the shower for awhile, the room gets quite comfortable. Onsen The onsen can be booked for private use during certain times. The staff will ask you at breakfast for your preferred timing as well as your meal time schedules. The onsen is small and can fit three showering individuals. There’s a small dry
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Hotels Near Yakiniku Goen Hamamachi In Kurashiki Review

4.5/563 Reviews
This is not a bad little three star hotel, it has some good points but depends what you want. We walked down from Kurashiki Station because not too far with rolling luggage but it was a hot day so it was nice to be immediately presented with cold towels by reception. We checked right in although a little bit early which also appreciated. Room a bit small but you could just about walk round the bed. Hard bed and hard pillow but high point was to find an actual real shower not a stupid tub thing so extra points for that. Lighting nicely controlled from one bedside but Dormy have this really dumb idea of a motion controlled light by the door. Fine but at a certain time in life you tend to get up in the night which puts the bright light on and wakes everyone up. The fix is to catch the light when it is off and give the bulb a slight anticlock twist so it is permanently off. Problem solved. Hotel is just a few seconds walk from the historic district which is very convenient as that is the main purpose of visiting Kurashiki. So far so good, except that they advertise specifically a breakfast with elements for both Japanese and Western tastes. Well sorry no they don’t. Nothing wrong with the food but it is all Japanese. Fruit is minimal and even the junk tinned fruit runs out very quickly, no bacon or tomatoes and funny little toasts. You can make the best of it but a traction toaster would make life easier for guests and even the Japanese would probably appreciate some smoked salmon and other sashimi. It is ok and not expensive but if they advertise western breakfast they should provide it. Free lobby coffee was well used and apparently free basic ramen after 9.00pm if you still need a snack by then. However the hotel is surrounded by decent ramen places so I got my regular fix. I would actually recommend the hotel but they do need to up their game a little bit and not rely too much on tour groups.
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FromUS$48.00
4.4/53 Reviews
The most comfortable and pillows!!! After our early morning and ton of walking, the beds here were heavenly. The staff amazing. The marble bathtub was huge. I read some negative comments about how dated the rooms were but we clearly had a renovated one. The Ivy and the Dormy Inn, both with public baths, were my top choices for Kurashiki but fully booked. So this was the only option available for the tour package I booked. The Japanese breakfast the next morning was also amazing. Did not expect to like it as much as I did. Prices can run much higher than the deal we got. But we felt lucky to stay here.
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FromUS$126.00
5/52 Reviews
The hotel is clean, there are some, the room is not small The bathroom is big, there is a bath rainbow can make soup There are several restaurants opposite the hotel, there are convenience stores and supermarkets. Very quiet at night, free parking Breakfast has a Japanese style, simple but enough
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FromUS$49.00
4.5/527 Reviews
While the decor is a bit old fashioned, the room was a good size. Everything was clean and comfortable, the staff were friendly and it was easy to check in and out. As we were only there for one night (to see the canal and historic quarter) that was all we needed - the location was very handy! It’s just a short walk to the main sites. It wasn’t an expensive hotel so I didn’t really expect much more than that. It’s a convenient base to explore Kurashiki from and very easy/quick to get to from the train station.
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FromUS$45.00
4.2/56 Reviews
We had a twin room with two double beds. The daughter had a triple room. The carpet clean. The bathroom was clean and smelled fine. It had adequate facilities for a perfectly convenient hotel to the station and the old town. Would use it again if we visited old Kurashiki again. There were sufficient clothes hooks and hangars - one thing that is always in short supply in Ryokans is hanging space for coats and used towels. There was a good heater and a good tv. The beds were a little tired looking and in need of repair as were the mattresses but the protectors and sheets were clean and even though beds a bit springy were dtill comfortable. We had a room on the traffic side, and it was not too bad and didn't interrupt my sleep. Breakfast looked good but we opted out as we wanted just yoghurt and banana. The twin corner room is roomier. Single room a bit on the small side. Curtains had been refurbished, floor carpet also, but not the side strip of carpet Price and location all a factor. It's not five star but we found it good for the night's stay and good value.
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FromUS$32.00
4.6/54 Reviews
This hotel is used by many workers, leaving in the morning to the construction site and returning in the evening. At return they all use the washing machines, so at this time there is mostly none available. The rooms are average and clean. Beds are made daily and also the towels are renewed daily. The room has AC, TV, fridge and water cooker. The room has a private bathroom with toilet, sink and a small bath. Toiletries are available at the reception. Breakfast is a buffet with a small amount of Western and Japanese breakfast items. Simple but fine. From 24:00 till 07:00 there is nobody at the reception and you have to enter with a code. There is no bar or restaurant, but there are 2 vending machines with drinks. The hotel is at about 10min walking distance from the station and centre.
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FromUS$49.00
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