If you’re looking for a family-friendly hotel in Kanazawa, look no further than Kanazawa Tokyu Hotel.
While staying at Kanazawa Tokyu Hotel, visitors can check out Nomura Family Samurai House (0.2 mi) and Gyokusen-immaru Garden (0.3 mi), some of Kanazawa's top attractions.
Kanazawa Tokyu Hotel offers guests an array of room amenities including a flat screen TV and a desk, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features an on-site restaurant. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to parking.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Pizzeria e Trattoria Da TAKE, The Olive Oil Kitchen, and NORIO DINING HALE, which are some Mediterranean restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Kanazawa is also known for some great art museums, including 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Ishikawa Prefectural Museum of Art, and Kanazawa Noh Museum, which are not too far from Kanazawa Tokyu Hotel.
The staff at Kanazawa Tokyu Hotel looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
The hotel is on the bus route from the train station which is convenient. But it is a little hard to spot from the road because the lobby is on the 1st floor so you need to go up some escalators to reach reception. The reception is a grand marble lobby so it's a pity that decor didn't stretch to the rest of the hotel which was looking rather worn. There was a large (for Japan) but dated bathroom with thin narrow towels. There was a cork floor in the bathroom and a long sink surround which was handy for toiletries etc. The bath was short and not particularly deep. However there was an odd ledge to get into the bathroom which was a trip hazard. There was a hard bed with Japanese style seed pillow. The room safe was large enough to fit my two DSLR cameras and my ipad. But here was no shelving and the air conditioning was very ineffective. CNN was the only English language channel. There were no bedside tables, just a ledge with a light. But at least the room had 2 arm chairs & desk chair. The room had poor, gloomy lighting and you could hear your neighbours through the wall. The concierge was extremely helpful and helped me book a bus ticket and checked the route I was planning to take in case it had been affected by the typhoon. There's a Starbucks on the ground floor and also a nice patisserie opposite (which sadly didn't open early enough for me to use). The Wi-Fi was good and my room had a view of the town. It was about a 15 minute walk to the garden and about the same distance (in the other direction) for the ninja temple (which the hotel kindly booked for me). The hotel also kindly arranged for a geisha show for me but in the end I went to one in Kyoto.…
Kanazawa is a cool place. The Tokyo hotel was well located and offered everything we expected from a hotel of that stature. The rooms were well appointed but we found the rooms warm at night since they had the central heating going. They brought us a fan the second night which helped.
There appeared to be a problem with the air conditioning system as the room was super-hot and there didn’t seem to be anyway of cooling it. Bathroom and shower was way easy to use with a toilet usual Japanese style. The rooms are on the generous side. Ice for drinks must be ordered a small refrigerator is in the room. An in room safe is available.
We only stayed for one night as part of a tour so didn’t get a chance to try all facilities. On arrival our allocated room smelt of stake cigarettes so we requested a change which was handled well A large business hotel and room was comfortable and western style. . I note all hotels heat their rooms to 26 degrees so the first thing to do is cool it down. Kettle available in room although no English tea The breakfast was a busy Japanese buffet with limited western options
I am giving this hotel one star because management had turned off the air conditioning and only air was coming into the room and all guests we recommended to open the only window in the room. We could hear the large air conditioning unit on the next building and is was quite hot outside. The bedroom was refurbished except the barthroom need work. I did not like the communal bottles of soap,shampoo etc, we always take our on soap etc. I give 5 stars to the staff as they were very proffessional espically the head concierge. 'The Japanese breakfast was 5 star and the breakfast at the Marais D'or restaurant was mainly Japanese which was why we were in Japan to eat their food.