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The stay in a Ryokan is a great oriental experience. It is a total immersion in the traditional Japanese culture with tasty food and very nice staff. Try the onsen, it will surprise you. Absolutely recommendable!
we thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Hoshi.
yes there's a few bits of carpet that need replacing here and there and some paint touch ups but we had such a great experience, received such great service, enjoyed the hot spring baths and our delightful room...More
We had seen the mini-documentary on this place on Vimeo and were very curious to check it out. We stayed in a traditional room (apparently there are also "Modern" ones in a separate 7 story building next to the older complex - we never went...More
Reading the reviews, it seemed hit or miss but I wanted to visit this old establishment. Yes, it's old...I mean, 1300 years old. It's been expanded and is huge. Does it need some fixing up? Yes, but I've been to plenty of regular hotels that...More
Stayed at room 812 which is the largest and grandest room in the property.
Personal attendant was very kind and professional but everything is mediocre at best.
Food quality and presentation was nothing special and facility needs serious updates. Garden looked very tired and building...More
US$90 - US$468 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#1 Top resorts Hotel in Komatsu
#2 Best Value Hotel in Komatsu
Non-Smoking Rooms ,
Smoking rooms available
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Response from Nakedcrib | Reviewed this property |
Call them is the best way.
Get an app called navitime by Japan travel, it helps you to figure out their complicated train system. English is limited in general and they don't follow through on no-smoking policy in second... More
Call them is the best way.
Get an app called navitime by Japan travel, it helps you to figure out their complicated train system. English is limited in general and they don't follow through on no-smoking policy in second and third tiered cities, it can be frustrating for non-smokers. Have fun