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Nikko Kanaya Hotel

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#9 of 158 hotels in Nikko
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Free parking
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Free Internet
Bar/Lounge
Pool
Banquet Room
Breakfast Available
Hot Tub
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Multilingual Staff
Non-smoking hotel
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Historic Hotel
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First the good: Historic hotel, albeit a bit creepy (feeling its a bit haunted). Fully staffed front desk. No kidding, one time I walked into the lobby there were at least seven staff to welcome people into the hotel. Now the not so good. Screw up with a booking company on
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This is a classic and the large public areas reflect its grandeur from 1893, being Japan’s oldest resort hotel. The rooms have been updated and its care for guests, cuisine is superb. Our room #18 in the old section was spacious with bedroom and living room arrangement and
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I’m one of those people who love old hotels with creaky floorboards and corridors that you get lost in. This hotel has a long history and has entertained many notables. The day we arrived it was snowing! What a welcome! I was in a single room with a stunning view of high snow
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The Kanaya Hotel is believed to be the best hotel in Nikko. I can see why this would have been the case. However, the term 'faded glory' comes to mind when looking closely at the hotel. It is certainly in great need of a major refurbishment. The public reas are mainly OK but the
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This hotel is one of the oldest western style classic hotels in Japan that commenced the hotel business in 1873, five years after the Meiji Restoration. I learned that the business started as Kanaya Cottage on a site closer to the shrines and temple, as a hotel solely for
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PRICE RANGE
$182 - $500 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
JapanKantoTochigi PrefectureNikko
NUMBER OF ROOMS
71
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