Shimabara Station Hotel is perfectly located for both business and leisure guests in Nagasaki. Featuring a complete list of amenities, guests will find their stay at the property a comfortable one. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park, dry cleaning, elevator are on the list of things guests can enjoy. Guestrooms are designed to provide an optimal level of comfort with welcoming decor and some offering convenient amenities like television LCD/plasma screen, non smoking rooms, air conditioning, internet access – LAN (complimentary), internet access – LAN. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. No matter what your reasons are for visiting Nagasaki, Shimabara Station Hotel will make you feel instantly at home.
Book hotels in Shimabara via the Trip.com website or app, it's easy and hassle-free. Book your hotel on Trip.com for an amazing travel experience. Shimabara is not a big city. When traveling here, you can choose to stay in hotels around the city center. Shimabara is a quiet city. You'll definitely feel relaxed during your visit.
Though there is no civilian airport, it's still easy to take a bus or train to reach Shimabara. Visitors often choose to travel to Shimabara by bus.
Shimabara is not a tourist city, so the hospitality industry there isn't very well-developed. Many hotels can only be booked on location. The local average price is 77 USD per night. There are a variety of hotels to meet the needs of different types of travelers. There are 3 three-star hotels in Shimabara at an average price of 69 USD per night. Unique local hotels in Shimabara provide guests a unique and fresh feeling. Shimabara Hakusan Hotel Nagasaki is one of the most popular hotels in Shimabara. Many tourists also stay at Hotel Nanpuro.
If you stay at a hotel in downtown Shimabara, nearby attractions like Shimabara Castle can be your first stop. You can choose attractions in Shimabara that are perfect for a weekend getaway, such as Ariakecho Culture Hall. The most famous attractions locally are Shimabara Yusui Museum, Koi-no-oyogu-machi, Shimabara Church.