Hotel Route Inn Nobeoka Ekimae is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Nobeoka, offering a budget friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Nobeoka, Hotel Route Inn Nobeoka Ekimae is located a short distance from Nishishina Tennis Field (2.1 mi) and Nishishina Baseball Park (2.2 mi).
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a 24 hour front desk and baggage storage while staying at Hotel Route Inn Nobeoka Ekimae. In addition, Hotel Route Inn Nobeoka Ekimae offers an on-site restaurant, which will help make your Nobeoka trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is parking available to guests.
If you’re looking for a barbeque restaurant, consider a visit to Sumibiyaki Kitcho, Kankoku No Aji Pusan, or Masumoto Showacho, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Hotel Route Inn Nobeoka Ekimae.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Nobeoka Castle Ruins Shiroyama Park (0.7 mi), Imayama Daishi (0.2 mi), and Imayama Hachimangu (0.2 mi), which are some popular Nobeoka attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel.
Enjoy your stay in Nobeoka!
Route Inn has small rooms, regular dimensions for Japanese standards, but it is very practical. Situated at just 2 min walking distance from Nobeoka train station and 1 min from a convenience store. Rooms has sufficient amenities and is quite practice but bed is not that comfortable and I would stay for longer than 2 nights. Hotel has vending machines, microwave and 24/7 helpful reception speaking some English. There are public bath as well and a relaxing area. Breakfast is served from 6:45 to 9, restaurant offers typical Japanese food.
With a friendly check- in, I was given room 812, a double bed with a nice view to the south. The room was basic Japanese business hotel style, nicely done and very clean. The bathroom was a bit dated and had the old- style “sink faucet swivels to fill the tub” arrangement. But it all worked fine. Breakfast was excellent. Route Inns offer dinner, a rarity in business hotels, and they make the most of the kitchen for breakfast. Everything is cooked there, none of the “open a freeze- pack and warm it up for the guests.” The two mornings I had breakfast there, the offerings were completely different so if you’re there a few days, you won’t get bored with the food. The staff were excellent, very thoughtful and responsive. The communal bath was small but good. The location is great, steps from the newly refurbished train station and a stone’s throw from what might be the world’s best chicken restaurant, Nao Chan (and that is a Geheimtipp...) There are other hotels in the area. I checked them out – Route Inn is the one to stay at.…
The hotel is good for those who stop-by and want to go to Takachiho George by bus in the next day. the room is quite small and there are not so many restaurant around. the people in this area even the hotel staff don’t know English, so it’s a bit difficult to ask or order food. The hotel have small Onsen(hot spring bath) which is free of charge.
This is a basic three star hotel conveniently located one block from both the train and bus stations of Nobeoka. We arrived at the hotel by taxi from the Nobeoka Interchange Stop since we took the highway express bus from Oita due to the suspension of train service from Oita to Nobeoka because of typhoon damage. The taxi cost ¥1500. We had the Tourist Office in Oita Train Station call the taxi company and arranged for a taxi to be waiting for us when we got off the bus at the IC stop (the bus was 15 minutes late but we had asked the taxi to be there 15 min after after our scheduled arrival time so the driver was waiting :) We were staying here mainly to visit Takachiho Gorge the next day. The hotel was perfectly adequate for a one night stay. Our deluxe room was rather large and very clean. The bathroom was small but we used the hotel onsen so did not really need the tub/shower. The onsen is very small and the water is just heated regular water (not natural hot spring). There is only a small pool but it served its purpose since it was a very rainy day. We each had the place (men and women onsens) to ourselves. We ate dinner at a great little local udon place one block away recommended by the hotel - it is #10 on the hotel map. It was a tiny place but had wonderful Nabeyaki udon as well as really good tempura. They make their own noodles and they only accept cash. The breakfast room was very small and fairly crowded. It was a rather dark room. There was a small buffet of both Western and Japanese items. Nothing really good or bad to comment about the breakfast foods. …
I stayed one night here in February 2017. I've stayed in a lot of Japanese business hotels, and this was one of my best experiences. The room was clean and quiet. Parking cost 300 yen. The complimentary breakfast buffet was surprisingly well-stocked and tasty. The public bath was small but adequate, but my room also had a bathtub. One of the desk employees spoke excellent English, while others seemed less confident.