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Wright Style, hotel in Naoshima

Wright style is located in Naoshima. Featuring a bar, the 2-star hotel has air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi, each with a private bathroom.

We loved Wright Style! The staff went above and beyond to make us happy during our stay. Cozy rooms and easy location.
8.4
Scored 8.4
Very Good
Rated very good
428 reviews
Price from$117.89per night
Naoshima Ryokan Roka, hotel in Naoshima

Located in Naoshima, a 5-minute walk from Ando Museum, Naoshima Ryokan Roka provides accommodations with a garden, free private parking, a terrace and a restaurant.

It is beautiful! Perfect rooms and gardens.
9.3
Scored 9.3
Wonderful
Rated wonderful
181 reviews
Price from$703.83per night
MY LODGE Naoshima, hotel in Naoshima

Located in Naoshima, a 4-minute walk from Naoshima Pavillion, MY LODGE Naoshima provides accommodations with a garden, private parking, a terrace and a restaurant.

Well located, clean, lovely, roomy
8.4
Scored 8.4
Very Good
Rated very good
1,089 reviews
Price from$149.30per night
直島町ふるさと海の家 つつじ荘 -SeaSide Park Stay Tsutsujiso-, hotel in Naoshima

Featuring a restaurant and views of sea, 直島町ふるさと海の家 つつじ荘 -SeaSide Park Stay Tsutsujiso- is set in Naoshima, 984 feet from Pumpkin Sculpture.

Location and comfort
8.5
Scored 8.5
Very Good
Rated very good
690 reviews
Price from$59.72per night
Yado Seven Beach, hotel in Naoshima

Just a 3-minute walk from Miyanoura Port, Yado Seven Beach offers nonsmoking Japanese rooms with free Wi-Fi and an LCD TV.

Very casual, user friendly. Basics are in place. Nice owner/manager, communicative during the very little interaction we had. Clean. Presented honestly. Convenient from ferry landing.
8.7
Scored 8.7
Excellent
Rated excellent
427 reviews
Price from$74.29per night
Sparky’s House, hotel in Naoshima

Providing quiet street views, Sparky’s House in Naoshima offers accommodations, a garden, a terrace, and a shared lounge.

Staff is super friendly and helpful. They went above and beyond by helping us dry and deliver our laundry so we can go ahead with our sightseeing. Everything was very clean and homey. Free amenities if you forgot anything. We felt the breakfast at Sparkys Cafe was worth it as there’s not much to eat in the area.
9.0
Scored 9.0
Wonderful
Rated wonderful
346 reviews
Price from$135.72per night
Naoshima Backpackers Guesthouse, hotel in Naoshima

Naoshima Backpackers Guesthouse enjoys a location in Naoshima, a 4-minute walk from Hachiman Shrine and 300 yards from Go'o Shrine Art House Project.

The accessibility from the port and the room aesthetic
7.1
Scored 7.1
Good
Rated good
185 reviews
Price from$63.98per night
sana mane, hotel in Naoshima

Just a 6-minute walk from Naoshima Pavillion and half a mile from Sumiyoshi-taisha Temple, sana mane features accommodations in Naoshima, with a shared lounge.

Stylish and comfortable glamping with amazing views and cute sauna. Tents are spacious and clean, the make-your-own bbq dinner is delicious. Helpful and friendly staff, we really loved our stay.
8.9
Scored 8.9
Excellent
Rated excellent
126 reviews
Price from$270.16per night
Naoshima Kowloon, hotel in Naoshima

Located in Naoshima, within a few steps of Sumiyoshi-taisha Temple and a 2-minute walk of Naoshima Pavillion, Naoshima Kowloon provides accommodations with a shared lounge and free WiFi throughout the...

Close to the ferry and local bus stop. Quiet area. Sento near by. Nice staff. There was a lounge to heat up food, watch TV. Price very reasonable.
8.4
Scored 8.4
Very Good
Rated very good
355 reviews
Price from$78.20per night
Oyajino Umi, hotel in Naoshima

Oyajino Umi features free Wifi and rooms with air conditioning in Naoshima.

Nice location, near the bus line, beautiful garden, simple room with comfy futon, Japanese style. Shared bathrooms and showers; very clean. The owner is a lovely woman who rescues cats. They are in the other building, so no issue if you're allergic.
7.6
Scored 7.6
Good
Rated good
215 reviews
Price from$71.09per night
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What Guests Said About Naoshima:

  • 10
    Scored 10

    It was peaceful and not crowded, even during cherry blossom...

    It was peaceful and not crowded, even during cherry blossom season. The galleries were wonderful and you could spend 4 of 5 days relaxing, sight seeing, visiting port towns, galleries and the other islands. After a hectic tour of Japan, these last few days of our trip here was a welcome wind down. Very easy to get around the island using the town bus snd the free art shuttle bus. We had cheap but cute accommodation st the seaside park close to more expensive Benesse House accommodation and were able to have a buffet breakfast at Benesse which gave us a touch of luxury. As food options are limited make sure you book if you want a sit down meal though as we were caught out and had to walk 15 mins to another little town for dinner one night. Luckily it was a great meal and gorgeous walk.
    Libby Wilson
    Australia
  • 10
    Scored 10

    The location and quiet were most welcome.

    The location and quiet were most welcome. Our host Marc was extremely patient and helpful, with the best advice given to rent a car as my handicapped husband would have struggled up and down the slopes of Naoshima. It was such a joy to drive around the island at our own time and target, and then to come back to a wonderfully warm and beautiful home. Indeed, just like home! Would be great for a multi-tier family - there’s so much room!
    Judy Khaw
    Singapore
  • 8.0
    Scored 8.0

    The city is for those who really want to see art and...

    The city is for those who really want to see art and architecture. The experience is wonderful. Things only open between 10am and 4pm. Outside of these hours, it is an empty city, everything closed and no people.
    Viagens da Leticia
    Brazil
  • 10
    Scored 10

    Fabulous art installations and galleries to visit in the...

    Fabulous art installations and galleries to visit in the area. Well worth a visit. At least two. preferably three full days required if you wish to visit Teshima as well - worth it for the Teshima Art Museum.
    Karen
    New Zealand
  • 8.0
    Scored 8.0

    Naoshima is small and not overly populated but it does see...

    Naoshima is small and not overly populated but it does see its fair share of tourists there to see a few galleries: Benesse House Museum, Chichu, and a few others - mostly starchitecture. Please make sure to reserve tickets before hand if this is your intention for coming here. We didn't and we were unable to go into the museum we had come to see. It was our mistake, but there was not any flexibility in regards to this. It is fair enough to preserve the experience, just be aware this is the situation. Some of these museums are also very much about the architects rather than a piece of interesting architecture housing an expansive or unique collection.
    cat paws
    New Zealand
  • 10
    Scored 10

    Lots of amusing, nice and odd art on the island.

    Lots of amusing, nice and odd art on the island. We rented bikes, which was good for going around. Beware that there are very few open restaurants, several were fully booked, so we ended up with just one simple place where we could dine. So we recommend Naoshima, but don't expect gourmet dining. You may as well end up bying a boxed meal at the 7eleven.
    Gunnar