This was our second round of visits to the Miyako Hotel in Japan Town, staying one night after arriving on the south-bound Coast Starlight Amtrak train, which arrives around 9 or 10 PM--we got in twenty minutes early, again! This time, we rented a car(the Sakura rental agency is just around the corner in the Kyoto Grand Hotel lobby), drove it out to the Salton Sea area to see my mother, drove back to LA, spent two more nights at the Miyako before heading back north on the Coast Starlight at 10:20 AM--very civilized way to travel. Since we had the car, we got to go to LACMA and the Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits, which were excellent. Weather was warm and sunny So Cal, nice break in early March.
Miyako is everything I expect a good hotel to be--quiet, clean, comfortable, and affordable(with warmed toilet seats and bidets)!) The hotel also has a fantastic spa on site, with various pools of warm to hot water, a sauna and steambath, and skilled massage therapists offering a variety of massages. I happily went for the shiatsu again--Ahhh. Spa rates are very reasonable.
The hotel caters to Japanese guests, has great room service Japanese food, and is centrally located in an area full of restaurants. And don't miss the Japanese Internment Museum, just across the street.
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