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We stayed 2 nights at this hotel and had no issues at all. Many reviewers have commented on the age of this hotel, but it is in quite good condition compared with other Daiwa properties we’ve stayed at in the past and the age of...More
This is a good spot for a one-night stay if you are exploring the ruggedly beautiful southern tip of Honshu. It is a grand old lady of a hotel overlooking the ocean, with huge rooms (Room 907) though the decor can be a bit old...More
The hotel sits on a hill overlooking the ocean and has great views of the ocean, the Hashigui-Iwa rock formation and Oshima Island.It is old and old fashioned although the people are great and they have a large hot pool/ If you are traveloing this...More
We stopped by at this hotel on our route in the area and it is nothing special as a hotel and rather expesive. The good thing is that the rooms are very big and the views in front of the ocean are beautiful.
A grandmother of an hotel. Large property on a hill that looks upon the sea.
Many local guests and many tour groups too. As it should be, as this is a large hotel with a very good onsen that is large enough to cater for...More
Hotel & Resorts WAKAYAMA-KUSHIMOTO is conveniently located near the entrance to the Kisei national highway as well as being close to the most southern point of Honshu Island. Kushimoto city boasts a rich …Morehistory with close bonds with Turkey dating back to the 19th century. Various delicacies are in abundance around the Kushimoto coastline like the Northern Bluefin Tuna, as well as other seasonal delicacies like the Longtooth Grouper, Japanese Spiny Lobster and Wakayama Prefecture's wild game served up French-style! Kushimoto is renowned for its picturesque scenery, Hashikuiiwa (a local sightseeing spot) and is the filming location for the movie "Shipwreck 1890", a tribute film to the 125th anniversary of Japan-Turkey relations. Less
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