Welcome to Hotel Resol Gifu, your Gifu “home away from home.” Hotel Resol Gifu aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
While staying at Hotel Resol Gifu, visitors can check out Inaba Shrine (1.3 mi) and Gifu Shoho-ji Temple Daibutsu (Great Buddha) (1.7 mi), some of Gifu's top attractions.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and you can stay connected during your stay as Hotel Resol Gifu offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features a 24 hour front desk and baggage storage. Plus, Hotel Resol Gifu offers an on-site restaurant, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, parking is available.
While visiting Gifu, you may want to try some dumplings at one of the nearby restaurants, such as White Gyoza Gifu, Yaoki Dumplings Speciality Restaurant, or Hyotan.
Should time allow, Kinkazan Driveway Observatory, Gifu City Tower 43 Observation Room, and Gold Statue of Nobunaga Oda are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Hotel Resol Gifu puts the best of Gifu at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Located within walking distance of the train station and bus terminal, this is a basic hotel in the city centre. Rooms are spartan and their restaurant only serves breakfast. There are other dining options and shops are within walking distance but most close earlier than in other bigger cities in Japan.
The room was spacious and modern, beds firm and really good. No complaints for the Resol. We were looking for a clean hotel to sleep in while sightseeing. The Resol is much more than that. Very well located close to the train station. A bit of a walk, but very doable and enoyable, to the towns attractions - park, castle and temples. Gifu is well worth a visit, it is out of the way of the main tourist attractions but still has lots of charm. Do not miss the papier mache Daibutsu, it is a must. The room has tea and coffee making facilities, all the toiletries you would expect in a Japanese hotel (shampoo, shower gel, conditioner).
It is pretty close to the station and service was pretty nice. We didn't eat breakfast there but the price wasn't too high and many choices it was shown. Just one thing is too many chinese people in the morning...
The Hotel Resol is a standard Japanese business hotel, but with a little more room than the norm, a slightly bigger TV in the room, and a less claustrophobic bathroom. The beds are firm without being hard, and the two provided pillows have different levels of firmness, something you generally don't see in a business hotel. It's also close to the station, and better kept than a lot of nearby businesses. Definitely a good value for money, and I'd stay there again in a second. That said, the neighborhood around it closes down early, so while this leads to a quiet sleeping experience, if you want nightlife, it's not your place.
Great location being situated close to the railway station and plenty of restaurants to choose from. Rooms are quite spacious and coffee is provided, a bonus. Bathroim is small but functional. A nice touch were slippers waiting for us when we entered tge room but it was obvious that these had been worn before. Sleep quality was good. All in all enjoyed the stay here.