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Hatori

4.6/5Outstanding15 Reviews
Kaga|4.5km from downtown
24-hour hot-spring baths, karaoke, a sauna and ping-pong await guests at Hatori Ryokan, 12 minutes from JR Kaga-Onsen Train Station on the free shuttle. The spacious Japanese rooms have a sofa and an LCD TV.The air-conditioned rooms at Hatori are decorated in a traditional style and have futon bedding on a tatami (woven-straw) floor. Each room has an en suite bathroom, a mini-fridge and an electric kettle.Daisho-ji Temple and Kutaniyaki Art Museum are both a 15-minute drive from the ryokan, which provides free on-site parking. Kanazawa is a 50-minute drive away, and Komatsu Airport is a 30-minute drive.Massages are available at Esthetic Salon Hanashobu, and you can browse the souvenir shop on site. The 24-hour reception offers safe deposit and luggage storage.The set-menu breakfast and dinner are served either at the dining room or at guests’ rooms, depending on the number of guests staying. Japanese-style pub Oyabutei offers alcohol and snacks.· This hotel is about 30 minutes by express train from Kanazawa station.· It is approximately 20 minutes by car from Komatsu Airport.· The free shuttle bus is a reservation system from 13:30 to 18:00.· All rooms are smoking rooms.· If you have a tattoo, you can not use the public bath. Please use the private bath. (Charged)· The hotel restaurant is a reservation system. If you wish to eat, please reserve a meal plan.· The final start time of our dinner is 19:30. Dinner may not be provided after hours.In that case also please note that we can not refund refund.
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1) Breakfast is Japanese style and tastes good; 2) Of course you have to pay for extra beds; 3) Let's go to the side and say that it has a history of 200 years, and when we find out that it really feels like 200 years, we retreat. When I left, I found that there was a very good bath in the first floor of the hotel. I didn't know why the front desk didn't say anything. 4) The hotel service is good. The girls are carrying luggage, which is embarrassing. Although it is the Hoshino Group, this "world" is obviously inferior to Hongxi Yanuo. It ’s a different sub-brand, the surrounding environment is very bad and it ’s not worth it
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4.4/512 Reviews
JR gets off at Kaga Onsen Station and waits for the hotel shuttle bus to pick you up from the hotel according to the time. It is important to make an appointment if you can’t make it. There are outdoor hot springs, which are not big, but they are clean and must be naked. This is very important. The triple room is very large, with box-spring beds and sofa beds of average quality. The first floor is by the river and the fifth floor is on the ground, so the lower floors have a damp smell, which is very important. The breakfast catches up with a tourist group, and it is important to queue up to enter the restaurant. The return journey should also be arranged according to the hotel shuttle bus, 9:45 and 10:45 in the morning, this is very important. The town has a nice view along the river, and the walking path is worth walking. The town is very quiet.
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4.5/55 Reviews
I love the check in reception area with its beautiful bamboo garden in the background. It relaxes you instantly. I was shocked though once you enter the hotel, it leads you to a long escalator. We had a lot luggages and boxes so I was a little embarrassed that the staff incluiding a old lady had to carry our shopping bags all the way up by stairs, which was next to the escalator. The staff were extremely helpful including the receptionists. The reception was on the second floor. The outdoor onsen is very relaxing as you are looking at the forest. The check on area was for both men and women so it was a bit confusing, ladies onsen was upstairs. We were guided to the room and the staff was trying her best to explain everything in English. The dinner service staff could not speak English and there was no English menu for the dinner served. The food was of average quality. We wanted to drink the sake we brought and the corkage charge for 3000 Yen and they could not even serve us properly. They gave us a tall wine holder that cannot put ice. We later told them to change it to a container that is wider. The bellhop was very helpful and managed to help us squeeze all the 5 lugguages and 4 carton boxes into our car at check out.
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4/55 Reviews
The service they provided from the free shuttle bus to the reception had been excellent! The shuttle bus driver kept reminding us to call him for pick up at Kaga Onsen station even though service had already ended. On the day of checkout, they volunteered to send us to the airport, which really took us by surprise. Throughout the 3 nights stay, apart from the array of hotel facilities, the staff had been very hospitable. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!
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4.5/55 Reviews
Everything about staying at Kayotei was wonderful. The service, the food, the artist experiences, the onsens, the inn itself, and the gorge walk were all highlights. The inn is a 20 minute drive from the Kaga-onsen train station, and they can arrange for you to be picked up. We arrived and all the staff turned out to greet us. The staff was all extremely gracious, and everyone we interacted with spoke perfect English. We were checked in by the lounge with a cup of tea by general manager's son, and met the room attendant who would be personally taking care of us. We had arranged ahead of time with the General Manager, Jiro Takeuchi, to visit some local artisans. That is a particular passion of his. We went to a soba noodle restaurant, and made our own soba noodles, which they cooked for our lunch. We visited the studio of paper artist Mika Horie, who makes traditional Japanese handmade paper from gampi tree bark. (She's also a photographer who makes cyanotype prints on that paper.) She showed us how to make the paper, and we each made two pieces of paper on our own. She dried them for us, and mailed them on to our next hotel a few days later when they were ready. Finally, the next morning we went to see Yasushi Satake, a third generation woodturner who makes amazing lacquer bowls. We bought a couple of his bowls as souvenirs. There are extra charges for all these experiences, but they were one of the highlights of our entire trip. After the experiences we tried out the onsen baths. Some rooms have their own private onsens, but those rooms had already been booked. We tried out the two single gender onsens, which were empty at the time. They alternate which one is for which gender each day, so if you stay for two nights you can try them both. They day we stayed, the women's onsen had a second outdoor bath. There is a rather picturesque gorge directly below the inn, and there is a nice stone paved trail through the gorge, across an amazing footbridge, and into town. We had a nice walk, and explored the town a bit, which has some nice shops (and a post office, if you need more cash). They served a multi course Kaiseki dinner in our private dining room. It was one of the nicest meals I've ever had. I've heard from several sources that it is was one of the nicer royokans in terms of food. Everything was delicious, and nothing was "too weird" as to be off-putting for my children (ages 12 and 18). Much of the food is local sourced from small producers. The rice, tofu, rice wine, soy sauce, seaweed and so many more were all extremely special. They've been doing the local food thing for 20 years now, before it was so common. The great ingredients were expertly prepared. In addition to trying the local sake, they also have a French wine list with some very nice bottles. The service at dinner was discrete but efficient. One particularly nice thing was that our room attendant kept explaining what we needed to do, since much of it was un
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On Trip.com, it's easy to search for hotels in Kaga. Planning a trip to Kaga? In Kaga, both areas with attractions and the city center are good places to stay. You can plan a one or two day trip to Kaga.

Kaga does not have civilian airport. You can fly into a nearby city and come here using another method of transportation. Kaga has JR Daishoji station and JR Kagaonsen station. Each day, many trains run to and from Kaga and other cities nearby.

On Trip.com, there are 49 recommended hotels in Kaga. Kaga has high quality and low-priced hotels. You can spend one night at a nice hotel for only 212 USD. There are 14 four-star hotels in Kaga at an average price of 203 USD per night. There are 27 three-star hotels in Kaga at an average price of 239 USD per night. There are 7 two-star hotels in Kaga at an average price of 122 USD per night. Unique local hotels in Kaga provide guests a unique and fresh feeling. In Kaga, chain hotels such as Choice are one of the top choices among travelers. In Kaga, there are hotels under the Choice brand. Travelers who favor this brand can choose to stay there to enjoy the luxury services provided by Choice. A popular hotel in Kaga, Kohan-No-Yado Morimoto is also one of the highest rated. Hatori Ishikawa is also one of the most frequently chosen hotels.

There are quite a few famous attractions in downtown Kaga, such as Kutaniyaki Art Museum. For short trips in Kaga, Great sugi of Kayano, Mugen-An are all good options. The most popular attractions for tourists in Kaga are Daishoji Temple, Jisshoin.

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