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Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kanazawa

4.7/5Outstanding297 Reviews
Kanazawa|2.04km from downtown
Property LocationWith a stay at Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kanazawa, you'll be centrally located in Kanazawa, steps from Motenashi Dome and Ishikawa Ongakudo. This hotel is within close proximity of Omicho Market and Izumi Kyoka Museum.RoomsMake yourself at home in one of the 208 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and LCD televisions. Complimentary wired and wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming provides entertainment. Partially open bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature complimentary toiletries and bidets. Conveniences include phones, as well as desks and coffee/tea makers.Rec, Spa, Premium AmenitiesMake use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge services.DiningEnjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kanazawa. Breakfast is available for a fee.Business, Other AmenitiesFeatured amenities include complimentary high-speed (wired) Internet access, a computer station, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.You must present a photo ID when checking in. Your credit card is charged at the time you book. Bed type and smoking preferences are not guaranteed.Your reservation is prepaid and is guaranteed for late arrival. The total charge includes all room charges and taxes, as well as fees for access and booking. Any incidental charges such as parking, phone calls, and room service will be handled directly between you and the property.
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Hotels in Kanazawa Reviews

4.6/517 Reviews
I am very pleased with their accommodating and very trustworthy front desk personnel. They really assist you with all your needs and answers all your queries even beyond hotel matters. With regards, to the location, this is very accessible to Kanazawa station which is around 15 minutes walk. Talking about the capsule hotel itself, it is very cozy at affordable price. Hotel is very modern. They provide towels and bathrobes on your daily stay. I really really love this capsule hotel. You should consider this when you plan to go in Kanazawa or nearby places.
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4.8/539 Reviews
The hotel is modern in decoration and in a good location, walking distance to the Omi-machi seafood market. After arriving at Kanazawa JR Station, I bought a one-day coupon for Kanazawa Transportation (500 yen). In addition to the blue bus, the rest of the color bus can be just taken. Take the green bus two stops to the hotel (next to Mitsui Trust Bank), there are two bus stops near the hotel, and it is very convenient to go to the six parks, Kanazawa Castle, art museum, big excavation hall and other red spots. . The Omi-machi market must go, don't miss the seafood. The hotel's large baths are great and the views are very good. The price/performance ratio of a few hundred dollars a night is too high!
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4.8/517 Reviews
Cai Zhi Ting is a great recommendation! The location is very close to the train station and it is very convenient to travel. The front desk service and attitude belong to the whole Kanazawa no.1 and will not make you feel any discomfort and separation. Go out and take an umbrella, remember the name, and ask if you need to clean. Cai Zhiting's soaked soup is the reason that attracted me to come again. Breakfast is varied and refined. The dining location is large and bright, with a scenic location early or late. The bathrooms are full of POLA. The great thing is that their water pressure is very large and very large. After using it once, it is hard to forget and comfortable.
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4.8/513 Reviews
This is the kind of homestay where many people live together. There is only a separate space for three people, and the rest are public facilities. The hotel’s location is about 10-15 minutes away from the station. In a street full of restaurants, the convenience store is far away, but the izakaya next to it is very characteristic. There are more locals, the owner is very enthusiastic, and a large conch is also presented. . The owner of the hotel is very nice and enthusiastic, and patiently help us guide the way. It may be that we are used to living in an environment with a separate bathroom, but feel that the private space is too small and inconvenient. There is nothing in the room except the quilt. We are not used to it and can only go out and stroll around. If you don’t mind these, language communication is barrier-free, and those willing to interact with locals, you can choose here.
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4.6/574 Reviews
To the right of the drum gate in front of JR Kanazawa Station, it will take 3 minutes to get out. Five-star quality. When booking, it was 2 large and 1 small double bed. No extra bed service was noted. It was unexpectedly found that extra beds had been placed in the room. Everyday cleaning is in place. There is a sleep advantage service in the room. Pillow replacement, steam eye masks, bath salts, morning and night tea are provided free of charge, which is impressive. It's a pity that I didn't go to experience the catering service this time, and next time I visit Kanazawa, I will definitely choose the place.
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4.3/525 Reviews
Near the Kanazawa Station, it is very convenient to go to Kanazawa Station by bus or JR. Hotel front desk service is very good, but Japanese English sometimes does not understand. Breakfast is a Japanese-style meal. The dishes are slightly different every day. It is very delicate. It is recommended to try it. There is free coffee and tea in the lobby, and the UCC capsule machine is in the room. The configuration is good. The room is as small as ever, and the twin room space is enough, it is quite crowded.
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Kanazawa Hotel Guide

Kanazawa is the capital of Ishikawa Prefecture and the largest city in the Hokuriku region of Japan. Located by the sea, Kanazawa is popular with tourists and home to many attractions. Kanazawa began to gain development in the history from the beginning of the Shokuho period. Since then, Kanazawa has survived war destruction including the anti-shogunate movement and World War II. With its long history, there are still a large number of pre-war and even shogunate buildings in the city center, such as the Kanazawa Castle, Nagamachi Wuchia House, Dongchawu Street, and the historic garden Kenrokuen Garden. These attractions make Kanazawa an ideal place to get a feel for Japanese history and culture. After the opening of the Hokuriku Shinkansen, it takes only two and a half hours to reach Kanazawa from Tokyo. For this reason, it’s a popular travel destination with Japanese people during the holidays.

January and February are the best times to experience the charm of Kanazawa in the snow. In the evening, special lanterns illuminate both the Kenrokuen Garden and Kanazawa Castle at night, both of which are open for free in the evening. Early April is Kanazawa's cherry blossom season, which is about one week later than that of Tokyo, Osaka, and Kyoto. There are usually fewer people enjoying the cherry blossoms in Kanazawa when compared to other large cities, so it’s a good choice for visitors who are looking for an escape from the city. In September and October, the leaves turn red at Kenrokuen Garden.

There are many hotels in Kanazawa to choose from, including Japanese-style hotels, homestay, hot spring hotels, and youth hostels. Hotels are mainly concentrated in the area around Kanazawa Station, which is easily accessible, as well as in the areas of Korinbo and Kanke near the Nagamachi Samurai District. In addition, there are several homestays in the Higashichaya area where you can experience the traditional Japanese style. In the Yuwaku hot springs area in the suburbs, there are hot spring hotels in Kanazawa as well.

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