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920-0981 Ishikawa, Kanazawa, Katamachi 1-5-2 , Japan – Show map
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3:00 PM - 11:30 PM
Until 10:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child from 1 to 9 years is charged JPY 3000 per person per night in an extra bed.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
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Just 800 metres from Kanazawa Castle and Kenroku-en Garden, Toyoko Inn Korinbo provides air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi, video-on-demand movies and a flat-screen TV.
Score from 207 reviews Very good
Only a 5-minute walk from JR Kanazawa Train Station, Kanazawa Manten Hotel Ekimae offers accommodations with spacious public indoor/outdoor baths and hot tubs.
Score from 249 reviews Very good
Dormy Inn Kanazawa is located in front of Kanazawa Train Station, a 10-minute walk from Kanazawa Hyakubangai Shopping Center.
Score from 386 reviews Very good
Conveniently located just a 2-minute drive from JR Kanazawa Station, Daiwa Roynet Hotel offers comfortable accommodation with free Wi-Fi throughout. Famous Kenrokuen Park is a 10-minute drive away.
Score from 167 reviews Excellent
Everything is good. Near sightseeing location, near shopping location. Staff are nice. There is heavy raining on that date, we help us parking and carring luggage to hotel and the room. Hotel is clean and room is big. Staff are nice and you can found a iPhone7 in the reception. haha
Situated in a quiet street off Tatemachi shopping street. Spotlessly clean and well maintained. Good choice of local eateries and sake bars. Friendly, helpful and forward thinking staff. Prior to our arrival they sent us an e-mail suggesting an Evening Geisha Performance & Tea House Tour. We accepted and this turned out to be one of our highlights of Kanazawa.
Great location, optional breakfast, helpful, English speaking staff. Able to walk everywhere. Nice Japanese tatami room.
Very narrow and steep stairway difficult to navigate with my large feet!
Great Location and very friendly, family run ryokan.
Excellent location. Good sized nicely decorated rooms. Friendly staff. Good value breakfast. Nice Japanese style bath
Nothing to dislike
Le style traditionnel japonais L'emplacement
Great location and the hosts, who were really friendly, had lots of maps so that we could find ourselves around. They served a great breakfast, try Japanese. The bath was a great experience, it was nice staying in a traditional place. We were able to do our laundry which was helpful, and they were very obliging when we asked to leave our luggage with them when we wanted to explore Kanazawa further before our next train.
Position, courtesy, free internet
they have a Japanese bath, quite relaxing, and the property is located near the famous Kenrokuen garden.
A lovely building and very helpful staff.
Hard to find the minshuku . We walked around for ages looking for the place.
This place is run a buy a Japanese family. The lady that we spoke to was not proficient in English but she was helpful, we did not have any problems. Staff was really helpful. The place is clean and rooms are spacious. You can probably get a better Ryokan experience by paying a little bit more - and you should do so if you'd like to better experience a Ryokan - but it was definitely ok for the amount we've paid.
We got Japanese breakfast and neither the service nor the taste was good. Location is a bit far from the station but easily reachable with a 15 min bus ride, which is not that bad given that the station itself is not really in the city centre. Shared facilities are clean but somewhat out-dated.
Good place, nice staff, They try to help us to find the good place for dinner. They have very cute map around hotek (drawing) that guest can easy to understand. Lovely place to stay.
It had the feeling of a rustic ryokan but everything was so clean! The rooms smelled very fresh and so did the linens. Although the toilets were shared, they were very clean and obviously newly renovated. They were like brand new toilet rooms with washlets included. The staff was very helpful with parking.
It's not the staffs fault, but if you want breakfast be sure to tell them EARLY the night before. We told them after 10pm and it was too late for them to get ingredients (we were there off season on a weekday).
Location is excellent. Rooms are lovely futon tatami rooms
During winter, it is a cold walk to the toilets and sink area. Bath area itself is heated.
Authentic. What you'd expect from a real ryokan.
It is in a great location & the staff were very helpful. The ryokan, with traditional Japanese facilities was a nice change from the Western model.
The check in/out times were a little restrictive
I liked sleeping on the mattress they put on the tatami mats-I deliberately rented a room for 2 people so that I would have 2 beds to use, and I was proven correct because the single bed would have been too narrow for me. The onsen-style bath, like a small hot tub, was nice.
It is a ryokan in the true meaning, i.e. shared bathroom, shared toilets. I knew this before I rented the 1 night accommodation-I wanted to experience the full effect of a ryokan, and I discovered I did not like the above aspects. If I were to rent a ryokan accommodation in future, I would pay more to have those private facilities.
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