See why so many travelers make The Crown Palais New Hankyu Kochi their hotel of choice when visiting Kochi. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a charming setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Rooms at The Crown Palais New Hankyu Kochi provide air conditioning, a refrigerator, and a desk, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at The Crown Palais New Hankyu Kochi guests have access to a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. You can also enjoy a fitness center and a lounge. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at The Crown Palais New Hankyu Kochi.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Kochi, The Crown Palais New Hankyu Kochi is located a short distance from Statue of Kazutoyo Yamauchi (0.2 mi) and Obiyamachi Itchome Shopping Street (0.3 mi).
While visiting Kochi, you may want to try some dumplings at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Yatai Yasubee, Hiromedeyasube, or Gyozayaohashidori.
Kochi is also known for some great parks, including Godaisan Park, Kochi Park, and Kochi Ike Park, which are not too far from The Crown Palais New Hankyu Kochi.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at The Crown Palais New Hankyu Kochi as you experience all of the things Kochi has to offer.
We loved Hotel The Crown Plaza, Kochi and the location is excellent, the building is charming, perfect location and an amazing and friendly staff!! It was a really pleasant experience staying there, and we would definitely come again...
We drove into the hotel in the evening and was tired after a day of sightseeing. Spoke to concierge and realized that hotel was 5 minutes walk to the Japanese version of street food center as well as the shopping arcade. Hotel was also centrally located to Kochi castle and Kochi street market. The room was clean and functional and as expected, service staff were friendly and polite.
It was a real nice stay. Staff friendly, and helpful. it was clean and location convenient enough. Could walk to Castle and shopping arcade. Though clean, everything seemed like from the last century. Made for a so-so experience so the so-so rating.
I have been travelling to Japan for many years. This is the time the hotel I stay have no WiFi and no instant coffee, this is very bad!!! The staff just smile when I have comments. Price is expensive than a lot of other hotel and this one is the worst!!!
Very good ambience. All that you expect from such a Hotel is there. The service is efficient. Rooms overlooking the water have beautiful view with a Chinese fishing net in view. Pool side is well landscaped
The hotel staff iwas highly trained, professional and hard working. However, the physical condition of the room and corridor on 11 th floor were in poor condition. The bathroom floor of 1107 was cracked. Its location was convenient.
I was travelling as part of a group so had no choice of hotel. While the staff were very friendly (as they are everywhere in Japan), few of them spoke English. The beds were so hard that sleeping on the floor might have been preferable and the bathroom was postage stamp size. My large frame could barely get through the door. Agree with other reviewers about the breakfast - very ordinary and not much choice for westerners who are not keen on Japanese style breakfasts. We attended a function in one of the function rooms. The food at this was marginally better. The best thing about this hotel was its location - close to the castle and some great shopping as well as the markets. I had a view of a wall - typical fare for someone in a room on their own.
This is a well maintained hotel orientated toward middle class Japanese travelers. It is well located, a tram service in the street outside connects to pretty much anywhere. The staff go out of their way to be helpful. Breakfast is served in one of the ball rooms. You proceed in and get a tray cafeteria style. They have an omelette and waffle bar, a noodle section, pastries, expresso machines etc - everything is there, its just a bit like going back to boarding school with the trays etc. There are three restaurant on site - Japanese, Chinese and European, all of good quality and value. The staff did a good job at running the meeting we had on the ballroom. The guest rooms let the effort down. They have the ubiquitous flat screen TV, there is a wire ethernet internet access (no charge) but no wireless. There are very few accessible power sockets. In the room, everything works but looks like a retrotrip to the 1980s. Depending on your pricepoint and what you need, this may suit by it aint the Ritz!…
I found this hotel to be good. My room was comfortable with all that is required by a single traveller. The room was nicely decorated with a comfortable bed. The air-conditioning cooled the room to a reasonable temperature. Everything in the room was clean and well maintained. The hotel is very close to the castle, just near a tram stop and near an ample rang of shops. Internet usage was available (for a fee). The reception staff were efficient, but didn't have great English. I would stay here again.
How this hotel has got such high ratings from other travellers is beyond me. I stayed at this hotel 20 years ago and nothing has changed except for the new flat TVs in the rooms. This was not my first choice, but as all other hotels in Kochi were fully booked, this is what was left. But let's not forget the good things. Staff is really nice and helpful. Location is great, smack in the middle of town. The Japanese selection in the breakfast buffet held quite good quality. But thats about it. Rooms are small and old, same goes with bathroom. Breakfast is served in the gala room (!) This hotel really need to shape up. It doesn't help that they hand out all sorts of vouchers (which turned out to come in real handy). I would consider the Nikko as a possible alternative.