Looking for a place to stay in Kanazawa? Then look no further than Kanazawa Saino Niwa Hotel, a family-friendly hotel that brings the best of Kanazawa to your doorstep.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Kanazawa Saino Niwa Hotel features 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and baggage storage. In addition, as a valued Kanazawa Saino Niwa Hotel guest, you can enjoy a hot tub and free breakfast that are available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
Nearby landmarks such as Gyokusen-immaru Garden (1.3 mi) and Nishi Tea House Street (1.4 mi) make Kanazawa Saino Niwa Hotel a great place to stay when visiting Kanazawa.
While in Kanazawa be sure to experience local crab favourites at Mori Mori Sushi Kanazawa Ekimae, Otomezushi, or Kourin Sushi.
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular gardens, such as Kenrokuen Garden, Gyokusen-en, and Shofukaku Garden.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Kanazawa Saino Niwa Hotel as you experience everything Kanazawa has to offer.
This is a new hotel and the room is HUGE!! Staff is professional and helpful. The receptionist helped us to carry our 2 big suitcases into our room! She was very nice. The breakfast buffet is impressive! This hotel is in a quiet neighborhood. Hotel provides shuttle bus to JR station. If you are driving, don't worry, it has plenty of parking spaces.
Forgot how many times I have stayed here; but probably the first time during weekends. Given its popular breakfast, this is no wonder! Our standard twin room on the 2/F was smaller than expected (larger rooms are reserved for families during weekends). It was also not quite sound-proof as we heard stumping noises from above (probably kids running around?). Much prefer rooms on 4/F. Breakfast is of course consistently delicious. Also appreciate their thoughtfulness, continuing to add innovative and fun facilities and amenities for guests. We particularly enjoyed the new "Letter Corner" and the adjacent "Kids Corner". Glad to see service and cleanliness remains high standard, thank you for your kindness and hospitality! Will surely return in the future.
Big room which was very clean. We did request for a high floor room with very good view which the hotel did accomodate the high floor but not the view since we got the grave yard view which is not considered a good view from where we from (maybe the other side of the building could have avoided this particular view). The water pressure was the best amongst the hotel we stayed. But the tatami area in our room was a bit old with marks but overall the room was very clean. There is no hot spring at this hotel the public bath was filled with heated underground water. The down side of this hotel was not the location since they provided a shuttle service and lockers near the station. However, the staff at the hotel seemed to have limited English knowledge, due to this the staff direct translate from Japanese to English can be quite rude and more like a direct command than asking the guest (eg I need the payment now). It is not that welcoming when you first stepped to check-in at the hotel. The price we paid obviously didn't match the hospitality of the staff. We did not find that the breakfast was that great either compared to other hotels in our trip. The selections were not that extensive except the various jams they provided. We were quite disappointed as we had quite a high expectation from other reviews raving about the hotel breakfast. Overall, it is a great hotel with big clean room, location wasn't really a problem and don't get the room with a view of the graveyard. Don't expect too much from the staff due to their limited English, they are willing to help but it could have been better with the price we paid for.…
This hotel manages to combine eastern and western influences in a charming way. Typical of Japanese hotels we visited, the room was on the small side by western standards, but the efficient layout compensated for the smaller floorspace. Our room had a nice private bath, but we preferred the excellent public baths below. The breakfast buffet offered an abundant choice of wonderfully prepared Japanese foods along with an adequate western offering. Staff members were extremely helpful.
We stayed here twice over the course of our travels in the area - 4 nights at the outset and then 2 nights at the end. Staff were professional and eager to please. When we said we loved the mattresses, they researched and provided us with North American equivalent mattress models by the same company. The staff also organized to ship our luggage on to Tokyo while we traveled to destinations south for a few days, calling our Tokyo hotel to ensure they knew what was being shipped and how it would be handled in the interim before our arrival. The hotel was bright with artwork displayed in individual cabinets outside of the entrance to each room - you could identify your room by the art piece on display. We actually walked the halls of the hotel one evening admiring what was on display. We were able to comfortably do yoga on the rooftop deck each morning (they had mats that were easily accessible). When we booked our accommodations, we were told that the hotel's breakfasts were award winning AND they were (a buffet with both Japanese and Western specialties along with the freshest in-season fish. We wouldn't hesitate to stay here again! …