Kanazawa Hotels

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  • Asadaya

    Asadaya (4*)

    Kanazawa
    Asadaya is more than 140 years old and the most famous ryokan, or traditional Japanese inn, in Kanazawa. It has only five elaborate rooms for guests in order to provide perfect services in accordance with the "sukiya" style of simplicity. Asadaya provides an unforgettable dining experience combining traditional Kaga cuisine, seasonal fish and produce, with refined din ...ner-ware. The ryokan is similar to a history and art museum. There is a breathtaking collection of sword guards from the Edo period. They were the status symbols of Samurais, or warriors, engraved with their family crests or Japanese flora and fauna. Asadaya is only ten minutes from Kanazawa station by taxi.Show More
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  • Exterior
    The Excel Hotel Tokyu is located at the centre of Kanazawa's most popular attractions. It is only 6 minutes by car from Kanazawa Station, 45 minutes by limousine bus from Komatsu Airport to Korinbo and 40 minutes by car from Komatsu Airport. The hotel has 16 aboveground floors 3 underground levels. All 139 hotel rooms have internet access, TV, Telephone, Refrigerator, ... Hair Drier, Tea Set Nightwear, towels and other regular bath amenities. The two hotel restaurants offer Japanese and Continental dishes. Show More
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  • Nikko Hotel

    Hotel Nikko (4*)

    Kanazawa
    The affordable luxury hotel accommodations of Hotel Nikko Kanazawa combine an elegant European atmosphere with the beauty of the four seasons. Business and leisure travelers will appreciate that the hotel is conveniently located in front of JR Kanazawa Station and within walking distance of some of the most famous tourist spots in Kanazawa
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  • Sumiyoshiya

    Sumiyoshiya (4*)

    Kanazawa
    Sumiyoshiya is located in Kanazawa City and is close by Kanazawa Castle Park, Kenrokuen Garden and Omi-cho Fish Market. This ryokan has the longest history of 300 years among all the ryokans in Kanazawa. It's a simple and small inn that is surrounded by rich nature and has developed its traditional craft, art, and cuisine throughout the years. Just like entering a Jap ...anese home, guests are requested to take off their shoes, and put on slippers when entering Sumiyoshiya.Show More
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