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600 Konominato, Munakata 811-3501 Fukuoka Prefecture
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Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Munakata, Hotel Greges is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its luxury environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Hotel Greges makes it easy to enjoy the best of Munakata. The hotel features a 24 hour front desk, and you can stay connected during your stay as Hotel Greges offers guests free wifi. Plus, Hotel Greges offers a lounge, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, parking is available. For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Munakata, Hotel Greges is located a short distance from Joko-ji Temple (1.6 mi) and Munakata Taisha Hetsugu Shrine (2.1 mi). During your visit, be sure to check out one of the nearby restaurants that are within walking distance of Hotel Greges, such as L'orchidee Blanche (0.0 mi), Suehiro (0.9 mi), or Sakanamura Umihiko (0.9 mi). Looking to explore? Then look no further than Canadian Camp One-day Trial Course (0.6 mi) and Hokuto no Mizukumi Kaihin Park (1.1 mi), which are some popular Munakata attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel. Whether you’re traveling for business, pleasure or both, Hotel Greges is sure to make your visit to Munakata one worth remembering.
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600 Konominato, Munakata 811-3501 Fukuoka Prefecture
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This hotel is located at Munakata, about an hour from Fukuoka, also close to Munakata Okinoshima, the UNESCO world cultural heritage site. It is a really special designer hotel with only 6 rooms, with an overall sensation of coming to a Mediterranean resort, overlooking the gorgeous ocean. Arriving at the entrance the staff came out to greet us and directed us to park at the reserved space, as the day is busy with a wedding going on, so there are a lot of visitor cars parked. After a short registration at the lobby, we were shown to our room, first going through the main corridor, which is beautifully decorated. I have reserved La Suite Blanche, which got an overall tone of light beige as its name implied. Once inside the room split, with the make-up room and toilet is on the right side, while the studio-style bedroom and sitting room is on the left. The room is certainly very nicely decorated, with the light color tone giving a pure and clean atmosphere, but not overly cold, probably because of the warm lighting as well as the bright sunlight seeping into the room through the windows on both sides. There is a writing table, a dining table, a sofa with coffee table, offering comfort, with coffee machine and the fridge stocked with different drinks which we are free to consume. The bed is certainly one of the most comfortable ones I have slept. On the side hidden with clever design is a wardrobe. Looking out the window on that side of the room I could see the chapel and the patio where the wedding function is carried out in front of the setting sun. Facing the bed is the glass door which leads to the huge balcony, and I am not exaggerating when I say huge. It can easily accommodate 30-40 people, with sunbed and table, so us to enjoy the phenomenal sea view as well as the bright stars in the evening. The only issue I have, of course, is that there is only two of us and effectively one can climb over the low wall to the adjacent room. At the side of the balcony is the jacuzzi, with a big bath equipped with water jets. Although the location is not an onsen area, the facility allowed the guests to enjoy a good private time. Before dinner we decided to walk around the hotel to check out the good spots. The hotel has a long limousine which can be rented to receive the guests, and also served as a spot for us to take photos. Then walking further there is the beautiful garden with a heart-shaped dome and bell. We playfully went to ring the bell a couple of times. And I can imagine this place would feature in a lot of the wedding photos for the newly wed. After returning to the room and freshen up, we went to the private room for our dinner. In the evening there were only three guests including us and as the other guest only came to the dining room fairly late, we have the whole area for our dinner. The room is again facing the setting sun which is amazing. The dinner was truly memorable, I have opened a bottle of 1995 Meursault which is showing good development characters, but still lively. The different courses are all wonderfully prepared, with each single course a true treat on palate and sight. It also made me wonder how they could manage with only us taking the dinner... Apart from the food, the services are also impeccable.The maitre d' had helped us take photos, showing us outside the dining room and introduced all the different courses to his best. His English is good and helping us to understand what we were enjoying, and unfortunately the menu was not provided and I simply don't have time to write it down. There are a total of 8 courses which at the end we were so full and satisfied, and on this French cuisine alone it was already worth coming over for the meal in my opinion. On the next day we woke up early and then went to the cafe to enjoy our breakfast. Unlike the dining room the night before, this time we had our meal at their 'restaurant', but still it was only the two of us in the whole setting. The western style breakfast is tasty and nice, with fresh salad, sausage and egg, plus good coffee. The freshly baked pastry is another highlight of the breakfast, and I finished all three of them in no time. It was a good starter on the day. The overall experience for me on this visit is really exceptional, from both the comfort, the facilities and setup, and services, the food, everything I would give a high mark. The price is high at 105,856 yen for two but I would still say it is good value for money. My rating is 8.8/10, one of the highest I have ever scored.
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i found this small hotel hardly.but design and gorume charmed me.i insist this is one of best designed hotel in Japan or World.I tried many small luxury hotels.6 rooms are diffrently designed and have huge terrace overlooking ocean.This is named after Greek. You shoud try stay and gruome.
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$479 - $748 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
JapanKyushuFukuoka PrefectureMunakata
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