Top 10 Karamell Hotels

Top 10 Karamell Hotels

FUFU NARA Hotel Exterior
FUFU NARA Hotel Exterior
FUFU NARA Dining/Meeting Rooms
5 Reviews
1184-1,Takabatake-Cho, Nara, Nara Prefecture, Japan
48.3km from Osaka International Airport
1.8km from JR Kyobate Station
"FUFU NARA is the luxurious resort in the greenery Nara Park.Designed by Kengo Kuma who is a famous Japanese architecture in the world, you will feel the relaxing and spiritual moment in this space.With Japanese garden lanterns, the historical mood, and the perfected Japanese garden, enjoy your luxurious time."

30 Reviews
Noborioji-cho 40-1, Nara, Nara Prefecture, Japan
46.7km from Osaka International Airport
840m from Kintetsu-Nara Station
"Only a 3-minute walk from Kintetsu Nara Station, Noborioji Hotel offers modern luxurious accommodations with warm lighting and free wired internet access. Guests can enjoy full-course French cuisines and refresh with aromatherapy massages. This hotel is awarded 4 Red Pavilions by the Michelin Guide Kansai 2014. The spacious air-conditioned rooms come with a minibar, an electric kettle and an en suite bathroom. You can sit on the comfortable sofas and watch DVDs or listen to music using the iPod docking system. Nightwear and bathrobes are provided for all guests. Guests can enjoy drinks at the bar and work out at the fitness room. Daily newspapers are provided and concierge services are available. French cuisine featuring seasonal ingredients is served at the hotel’s restaurant. For breakfast, guests can opt between a Japanese breakfast with chagayu rice porridge or an American breakfast. Located right next to Nara Park, Noborioji Hotel is a 15-minute walk from Todai-ji Temple and a 25-minute walk from Kasuga Taisha Shrine. Nara Station offers a 35-minute train connection to Kyoto, and a 100-minute bus connection to Kansai International Airport."

0 Reviews
223, Kainozuka-Cho, Nara City, Nara 630-8142, Japan, Nara, Nara Prefecture, Japan
47.5km from Osaka International Airport
220m from JR Kyobate Station
"We opened a Japanese-style house in Kyoto, Nara, where there are many tourist attractions, such as Nara Park and Todai-ji Temple, famous for its deer. It is very suitable for families, friends, couples, etc. with children, and is very popular for long-term guests. The nearest station is the Kyoto terminus, so you can stay in a quiet and convenient place. The house is very comfortable and it is very convenient to walk 2 minutes from the nearest station."

Very Good
13 Reviews
41, Oshiagecho
"A hotel conveniently situated within easy walking distance from all of Nara's famous attractions including Todai-ji and Kasuga Taisha Shrine. Rooms are 2-sectioned Japanese-style and spacious."

24 Reviews
158 Kasugano-cho, Nara, Nara Prefecture, Japan
48.5km from Osaka International Airport
2.7km from Kintetsu-Nara Station
"When you arrive in touristic Nara, you go up to Kasuga Taisha to continue the path through the woods. And there it is... a hidden gem! Lost in the middle of nature, small cottages linked by a path traced in the forest and outside blend into the forest... It is a unique, sublime, almost unreal place.... The room has large windows overlooking nature. It is the most peacful place we stayed in Japan No wifi, no TV... just you and the nature The private bathroom was a great experience. The food was exceptional! We would like to thank the staff who was really nice and helpful. They made our stay even more magical. We were feeling like home."
"We really wanted to try a ryokan and after some searching we came across Tsukihitei. The pictures looked nice and gave us an authentic japanese vibe. When we arrived our first thought was: what a beautiful place and building. De rooms were exactly what you would expect for a ryokan. After a amazing 10-course meal, they prepared a bath for us to relax. While we were dining, the staff pulled out our futons for the night. In de morning they came and got us for breakfast and, again while we were eating, they removed the futons. We only stayed one night, but it was one of the most unforgettable experiences ever!"
"The hotel is in the forest, and you can walk along the mountain road to the hotel (it would be inconvenient to walk in to get your luggage, you can take a taxi to the door of the hotel). The scenery is so beautiful, leaving the noisy tourist area and getting close to nature. Dinner is kaiseki, in a private restaurant room, a great experience! When checking in, the time for dinner and breakfast will be arranged, and the time of the private bath room will be confirmed, and the service staff will come to the room to call. The breakfast has traditional tea and rice, delicious 😋The room is traditional Japanese style, not low-key luxury design. The environment is awesome!"

36 Reviews
Kawakami-cho 728, Nara, Nara Prefecture, Japan
49.7km from Osaka International Airport
4.1km from Kintetsu-Nara Station
"We booked 2 rooms. The best thing about Heijo is probably the view itself. Our room has a great view of Nara down below although I just booked a standard room. Given the orientation of the building, it seems like almost every room has a good view. The second best thing is the size and amenities of the room. The room was very spacious with some nice touch like the granite feet warmer by the large window and the electric curtains. The issue we had was that one room smells strongly of cigarettes. With no air purifier provided, I had to ask the staff for one. Even with the air purifier, the smell still lingers. The staff also gave me an option to move to the other room, but we decided not to as we have already unpacked and the other room seemed to have a worse view. Regarding the included meal service, dinner consisted of various Japanese courses. It was good in terms of both taste and presentation. Their specialty, the steamed persimmon, was delicious. For breakfast, we were offered only the Japanese option. The size of the breakfast was not very filling in comparison with other ryokans. We had to get some snacks from Lawson afterward. The public bath was not from a natural spring. There was not an outdoor bath, and the amenities are somewhat lacking. No lotion or facial cleanser provided. The towels must be brought from the room. Note that there was no rotation between men's and women's public bath. The shuttle service was adequate. However, since Heijo has no office at Kintetsu-Nara station, we had to ask our previous hotel to call them to arrange for pick-up place and time. The pick-up point was very close to Kintetsu-Nara station exit No. 1 but there was not any sign in English, so it is important to carefully coordinate with the hotel before arrival. If we arrive early, there would be no place to store our luggage. Upon arrival, we had to leave our shoes at the lobby entrance. The staff kept the shoes until checking out. Some Westerners may find this odd. Also, based on our limited Japanese ryokan experience, this is the first place where they don't provide a snack to go with tea in the room. At night, the hotel seemed to be understaffed as there was only one staff and he was not stationed at the front desk, so I had to call him when I need something. When we checked out, the staff was helpful and offered to transport our bags to our next hotel, Asukasou. People who are looking at ryokans on Mt. Wakakusa in Nara would likely be comparing this property with Heijo next door, so here we go. - Room: Heijo At Heijo, even a standard room has a very good view of Nara and it was much more spacious with a full-size window. The room also has other nice features like electric curtains and feet-warmers. - Onsen: Mikasa The hot baths at both places were not from natural spring. Nonetheless, Mikasa did provide better facilities & amenities. - Food: Mikasa Dinners were comparable at both places, but breakfast at Mikasa was mo"
"Stayed in a plan called solo travel support. The harmonious interior and the view from the bath are wonderful. In addition, I had a good feeling that I was trying to put emphasis on enjoying the stay, such as activities during the stay. However, it was a pity that the quality of the service was low by the staff (it may have been a corona, and there were few opportunities for young staff to contact the customer) The bar counter passed at dinner feels good, but during the meal, it is transferred from the bottle to the bottle in the bar counter, and the beverage to the restaurant is prepared It was a pity that I heard the exchange between the staff (although it was not private language) and the work was done in front of me. It seemed that there was a difference between the care for one guest and the thing for the guest who came in 2 or more. Also, when I saw it on HP, it looked like a hotel for adults from the interior, the atmosphere in the building, and the contents of the meal, but there were a lot of children, and I heard it was noisy in the room. Some people are crying at the restaurant or using it like a general inn, and if you choose a customer who is suitable for the hotel in a good sense, not a child NG I thought it would be a better hotel."
"We stayed for 3 consecutive nights with friends and children. The response at check-in was attentive The view from the room was great. The room and towels and sheets were clean and comfortable. Good point • Changed the bread for children to meet the children's wishes • Changed the cow for dinner to less fat • Prepare a trash can and plastic bag for children's omelette I was worried about it • I was not informed in advance that bed making was every 2 days • There is too much difference in response by employees, and the time for dinner and breakfast is not heard or heard, etc. Confused • HP and reservation guide were notation that children's morning dinner was only included, but in fact, only dinner was included, and breakfast was said to be additional charge →, I was convinced, I promised you to respond to dinner in the morning and correct the description of HP."

45 Reviews
Noborioji-cho 40, Nara, Nara Prefecture, Japan
46.7km from Osaka International Airport
840m from Kintetsu-Nara Station
"Location: It is within three minutes of Nara Kintetsu Station, shopping street, Nara Park and Kofuku-ji Temple. There is a 24-hour convenience store next door which is quite big and has everything. Service: Very attentive. Needless to say the check-in service. There were previous comments that we still paid at the front desk when we checked out. The cleaning upstairs had been notified to the front desk. We forgot to have drinks in the refrigerator and finished the checkout It has been handed out from the front desk. Had a breakfast at the hotel. It was too rich. I did n’t have lunch for this one, but the Japanese breakfast did not include coffee. Later I went to the lobby bar and bought another one. The Kaiseki restaurant recommended at the front desk is within 15 minutes walking. It is very good. Muso-an, the service and decoration and the quality of the food are so touching. Before leaving, I took a photo with the waitress old lady. I love it. Osaka Airport comes out to buy tickets and wait at bus number 9, point-to-point, the airport to the hotel is very convenient, there are toilets and wifi on the bus, departure and arrival on time are counted in minutes. I go to bath every day and it's refreshing."
"Invincible location! It's right next to Kintetsu Station and walk for 5 minutes (it's just an uphill slope). On the right hand is Kofuku-ji Temple, 5 minutes to Nara Park. The left hand is Dongheng Commercial Street, cosmeceuticals, food, and hand letter. The bus to Kansai Airport is diagonally opposite for 5 minutes. The hotel is not new, the maintenance is average, and the room size is average. However, the service was attentive, and when we checked in, we found 2 ladies and immediately changed the large bathrobe in the room. Someone left the room to keep the room key. Although it is a business hotel, the hot spring is still carefully arranged. The outdoor pool is not small (larger than our pool at Arima Hot Spring Hotel), and it also faces a small garden with great care."
"The hotel location is very convenient, 5 minutes away from the subway station, very close to Nara Park and places to eat Hotel service attitude is very good, every detail is done in place, help to bring luggage to the room, every facility and service in the hotel is introduced in detail, after entering the room, hand towels and matcha will be sent to bed after returning at night It was laid out and turned into a sleeping light. There are massage feet in the room. After the soup is soaked at night, fatigue can be relieved. The hotel's yukata style is a little more optional. I like the Japanese yukata"

16 Reviews
1-1-1 SanjoOji, Nara, Nara Prefecture, Japan
44.5km from Osaka International Airport
1.6km from Kintetsu-Nara Station
"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."

Very Good
20 Reviews
5-8 Shigisan Higashi, Sango, Ikoma-gun, Sango, Nara Prefecture, Japan
46.4km from Osaka International Airport
3.9km from JR oji station
"You can enjoy the excellent view of seasonal changes of nature from each of our hotel guestrooms. Situated on the upland of Mt. Shigi, there are Houryuuji Temple and the village of Ikaruga near by. Suitable location for strolling the Yamato area."

Very Good
5 Reviews
2-40 Shigisannishi, Sango, Nara Prefecture, Japan
47.4km from Osaka International Airport
5.0km from JR oji station
"Check-in is 4 hours. When you arrive before that, you will get a cafe discount ticket (coffee or tea is 500 yen → 300 yen) in the hotel, so you will wait using it. You can stay cheaply, so it's not good to only put it after that time. Breakfast and dinner are not bad. There is a local dish, but there is a cooking dish, and it is 5 stage 3+ personally. The bath had a lot of washing places instead of a narrow dressing room. The open-air bath for women can only see the branches of the tree, but the bath in the inside and the open-air bath outside were just a bath with a good temperature. The cold spring was wet, so I put it in comfort. It is convenient to go to Shinkiyama asagao Sunshi Ji Temple, so I think I will use this hotel if I go again."
"I visited Shigisan during Christmas and I stayed at Shigisan Kanko Hotel. The hotel arranged a shuttle to pick me up at the train station and the check in was very easy. There were two onsen pools for the guests and both breakfast and dinner were included in my booking. The food was delicious and the service was great. I would highly recommend this hotel to anyone who visits Shigisan! "
"I enjoyed a day trip with my husband. The room was beautiful, and Nakai's response was very good, and the dishes of the pot were very delicious. I thought I couldn't eat the big Mochi ‼︎ I received at the end, but I was sweet and modest. I was able to travel around the morning sunshine temple for half a day and travel more than the price. Thank you."