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100 Monju, Miyazu 626-0001 Kyoto Prefecture
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#9 of 40 hotels in Miyazu

Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Miyazu does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Kitanoya, a nice option for travelers like you.

Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.

Hotel Kitanoya features room service, baggage storage, and newspaper, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts an on-site restaurant. If you are driving to Hotel Kitanoya, free parking is available.

Nearby landmarks such as Kyu Mikamiye House (1.7 mi) and Motoise Konojinja Shrine (1.9 mi) make Hotel Kitanoya a great place to stay when visiting Miyazu.

If you like cafes, Hotel Kitanoya is conveniently located near Pain de Joujou, Cafe De Pin, and Coffee House Hoankan Hashidate.

If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Amanohashidate (1.1 mi), Chion-ji Temple (0.4 mi), or Kaisenkyo Bridge (0.4 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.

Hotel Kitanoya puts the best of Miyazu at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.

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Booked a room with an in room onsen. Water was lukewarm and heavily chlorinated. We have been to onsens in the same town and the water makeup didn’t have this chlorination. It felt like we were in a public pool. We had to shower twice before we could get rid of the smell. We also asked them to make it hotter but they said they couldn’t cause all the in room onsens were on the same system so it would take hours to heat up. This was the worst onsen experience we have had in the last 6 years of visiting onsens throughout japan. Booked through hotels.com. There was no option to book dinner. When we arrived we were told there was no more room in the restaurant. There was no in room dining so we had to eat in town. Luckily we had our own car. Staff couldn’t give any recommendations or knew of any other restaurants that served what we were looking for, crab during crab season. This hotel wasn’t cheap, we paid over 33000 yen. It was much older and offered less, no breakfast included, than the other hotel we stayed at in the same town. All around disappointing experience. Would not recommend.
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Stayed one night in the Japanese style room which is the only room style available on the website. Actually the Japanese style furniture and futons are not suitable for me as I am having back and knees problems. However, the private onsen and the massage chair help a lot to ease these problems. Room is spacious and clean. JPY yen 34,000 (room only) for a night is reasonable. Reception staff are friendly but English communication is a bit difficult here. I tried to communicate with the hotel to reserve a dinner but there is no email address found in the hotel website. Therefore one day before arrival, I asked help from another hotel to call them to reserve a dinner. To my disappointment, the reply was negative. Due to language problems, I could not exactly understand why reserving a dinner one day ahead is not possible. Though the hotel is a few minutes walk to Amanohashidate Station, the street is extremely quiet after 5:30 p.m. There seems to be not many restaurants opened at night in that area. Luckily we found "310 Amanohashidate" which is a small family restaurant close to the station. The food quality exceeded my expectation. We tried 2 different kinds of grilled fish which are delicious. The local sake and the appetizer are excellent too.
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We had such an amazing first ryokan experience and the service of the hotel was beyond words!! I booked a room with private onsen(open-air bath in the room) on Exped**.com, then I emailed the hotel to reserve dinner(I picked the most expensive one, which is crab dish meal) and breakfast. In total, it costs me like JPY 57,000 (= 544 USD)which is much cheaper than booking a whole package from Japani***.com. If you wanna dine at the hotel, please make sure you reserve the meals at least ONE DAY before the arrival. Otherwise, the hotel will not accept any walk-in because the dinner and breakfast are both in traditional Japanese style, which take lots of time to prepare. There is only one small convenient store (YAMAZAKI) nearby, but by the time when we got there (around 4pm), the fridge was almost empty, only some snacks and cup noodle were available. There are also a few restaurants there, but I'm not sure if they are open till late 'cause most of shops are closed at 5. Things that we like about this hotel: 1) Free shuttle pickup from Amanohashidate station (6 mins by walking). They also deliver the luggages to the station after the checkout. We checked out at 10am that day, and we left the luggages to the hotel. When our direct train to Kyoto was at 2:55, they sent the luggages to the station by 2:30. 2) My husband and I decided to take a walk in the pouring rain after the check-in. We borrowed the umbrella from the hotel, and after one minute of walking, a mini van from the hotel just stopped in front of us, and gave us a lift to the station which is much closer to the city centre. The driver also asked us what time we would come back to the hotel, so he could pick us up again from the station. 3) The hostesses who served us dinner and breakfast cna't speak English, but they did try their best to make us understand what is going on with the food (way too many tiny dishes, and the crabs were cooked in different methods). We'd barely finished the dinner 'cause we were so full. 4) Our room was on the ground floor, so when we were leaving the room for dinner, the staff saw us from far away, he immediately pressed the elevator button and held the elevator door for us. 5) The private open-air bath is just insanely good! We couldn't get enough of the hot spring! Make sure you get the room with private onsen!!! It's worth every penny!!!
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We stayed in two ryokans during our trip to Japan and this was definitely the best. Amanohashidate is a peaceful beauty spot and this hotel was a lovely place to stay. It started with a warm welcome when our maid escorted us from reception to our room , where she knelt at the side of the table and prepared us a cup of green tea. It was a nice, big, bright room with a small sitting area and a view looking out over the bay. The hotel is attractively furnished and has a number of small sitting areas with interesting artwork and objets d'art to look at. The staff lay out your futons while you are at dinner and tidy them away when they service the room the next day. A yukata (traditional robe) is provided for each guest and most people choose to wear these for dinner and breakfast and for walking around the hotel. Dinner and breakfast were both set meals. There were a lot of small dishes and several courses and it seemed to be the equivalent of a Japanese banquet. We did our best to eat everything and if we seemed perplexed about what to put into the pot of boiling liquid which was set up on the table, the staff did their best to try and help us, even though nobody in the dining area could speak much English. An essential part of the experience are the sessions in the onsen (hot tub), one for male guests and one for females, and we had several long soaks to just relax, unwind and enjoy the novelty of it. We would very much recommend this hotel for a lovely Japanese experience.
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Stayed here in a room with private onsen. Cost was jpy33, 000 not including breakfast and dinner. 5-10 min walk from trainstation. They also have a shuttlebus. Checkout at 10:00am. Pros - large room that have mostly (read below) been refurbished somewhat recently. - friendly staff (no English) - private onsen is wonderful, spend a lot more time in it than I would in a public bath. - no smoking Cons - early checkout at 10:00 - close to road, hear cars when doors are open or in bath. - some baffling decision when they refurbished the room Other: The rooms were fairly recently upgraded, however, they made some baffling decisions while doing so. These decisions give some (my wife) the first impression that the rooms are v dated (80ies, early 90ies) They spend 95% of the budget for a 50% result. For example, all tatami, walls, plaster, doors and wood beamed ceilings are new. So is the bathroom and airco's, toilet, lights. They, however, decided to keep the yellowed old switches and sockets, 80ies paper towel dispenser, chipped wooden furniture, old refrigerator and stained sliding cabinet doors. Exactly the things you notice when you first enter the room. They also have one of those huge electric massage chairs which is at least 15 years old and destroys the balance of the room. Get rid of the massage chair, fix those other things and room would be perfect.
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$220 - $415 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Kitanoya
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Kitanoya?
Nearby attractions include Amanohashidate View Land (0.6 miles), Chion-ji Temple (0.4 miles), and Kaisenkyo Bridge (0.4 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Kitanoya?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Kitanoya?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Kitanoya?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Kitanoya?
Conveniently located restaurants include Taikyourou, Hashidate Kujikara Ramen, and Hashidate Chaya.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Kitanoya?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Motoise Konojinja Shrine (1.9 miles), Kisemba Minatokan (1.7 miles), and Sumiyoshi Shrine (3.4 miles).
Is Hotel Kitanoya accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.