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Tsuwano Hotel was obviously built as a luxury hotel to house throngs of pilgrims. Perhaps they come at other times of the year but when we were there it appeared only about six rooms were occupied.
There are still vestiges of glory but it is...More
This hotel offers excellent value for money. Yes, the decoration isnt particularly tasteful (think hotels in the former Sowjetunion) and some of the appliances (like the phone in the room) ate certainly from that time ;-)). But you've got everything you need, at a very...More
At first this concrete 1960's style hotel perched on the hillside overlooking this charming small town looks out of place, but we enjoyed our stay.
The hotel is a 10/15 minute walk uphill from the station (taxis are available). At check-in no one spoke English...More
It is a 15-minute walk from the station.
This hotel, there is a little distance from the famous tourist destination.
Towel, yukata, haori,Toothbrush, razor.
Pot, hair dryer, refrigerator, shampoo, soap, are installed in the room.
It is also possible to rent a humidifier.
Thought I would be the first to give an English language review of this hotel. Tsuwano is a very charming town to visit, and while popular with Japanese tourists (many on guided tours), it does not get a lot of of western tourists.
US$51 - US$105 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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