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Hotel Hikyonoyu

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Hong Kong
Reviewed November 8, 2016

Hotel is modern , room is spacious , dinner is full of local flavours , delicious and with right portion , staff are friendly and helpful , spa has multiple pools with different designs and supposedly will address different problems of our body as well. The only thing i want to complain is the smoke smell in my room ,...

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Richmond, Virginia
Reviewed June 5, 2016

My wife and I stayed in this hotel on a tour. It is in the beautiful Iya Valley of Shikoko, Japan. The spa hotel has western and Japanese style rooms. The highlight is the great spa with bathing area for men and women separately. No clothing allowed. It has multiple pools inside and on outside for each sex. It is...

Thank Michael M
Daegu, South Korea
Reviewed January 10, 2016

We stayed here on a Tuesday and Wednesday in January 2016, and I think there were maybe 10 other guests in the hotel. This was great, actually, as the place was extremely quiet and peaceful; you can see from the hotel's multi-tier parking garage that they likely do a huge business in the spring, summer and fall. If you have...

Thank papertowel27
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Reviewed November 14, 2015

The setting in the Iya Valley is absolutely lovely and we had fabulous views of the mountains from our room. The room itself had some stains on the floor but was clean otherwise. Room is large, bathroom consists of two tiny rooms with sink and shower/tub in one room and toilet in separate room. The ryokan layout is confusing as...

Thank jbabq
San Antonio, Texas
Reviewed June 3, 2015 via mobile

Stayed two nights in a Japanese style room with a futon which was pretty comfortable,room was clean with very small bathroom.the view of the mountains was beautiful. This hotel has an unusual design , going to my room I had to take the elevator to the sixth floor then take a long hallway and take another elevator to the fourth...

1Thank nancymd51
Toronto, Canada
Reviewed November 21, 2014

I went to 3 different onsens for my latest 14 days trip in Japan. This onsen hotel is the best of all! First of all, we asked hotel to pick us up at the JR station and after arrival we've been greeted with a pudding and drink, taste excellent! We didn't even need to register at the counter, we were...

Thank annak0
Los Angeles, California
Reviewed June 14, 2014

The hotel goes the extra mile for guests. The manager on duty gave us a tour of the area, including the vine bridge and dropped us off to do some hiking, returning at an agreed time to take us back to the hotel. The lobby is lovely and our room was spacious and spare, Japanese style, with a view of...

1Thank MoseCeltic
Brussels, Belgium
Reviewed May 1, 2009

We stayed here in March for 1 night and the welcome and service were unbeatable. First, they pick you up from and drop you off at the train station, even giving us a short sight seeing tour of the vine bridge nearby. Secondly, they helped us make a booking for a hotel the following night and gave us detailed (and...

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  • Non-Smoking Rooms

Additional Information about Hotel Hikyonoyu

Address: 401 Yamamura Oinouchi Nishiiya, Miyoshi 778-0101, Tokushima Prefecture
Location: Japan > Shikoku > Tokushima Prefecture > Miyoshi
Price Range: $128 - $283 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 53
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Hotel Hikyonoyu Japan/Shikoku - Miyoshi
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  • Do you have to pay extra for a mini-fridge?
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“They have some western style rooms with beds but most of the rooms are Japanese style sleep on the floor. The bathrooms are all western.”
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