If you’re looking for a family-friendly hotel in Matsushima-machi, look no further than Breezbay Seaside Resort Matsushima.
Close to some of Matsushima-machi's most popular landmarks, such as Sukashi Bridge (0.7 km) and Fukuurabashi Bridge (1.1 km), Breezbay Seaside Resort Matsushima is a great destination for tourists.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
The property also features a hot tub and a lounge to make your visit even more pleasant. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Matsushima-machi's popular cafes such as le Roman, Cafe Albert, and Kanrantei, all a short distance from Breezbay Seaside Resort Matsushima.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Matsushima Bay (0.6 km), Entsuin (0.4 km), and Matsushima Fish Market (0.9 km), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
The staff at Breezbay Seaside Resort Matsushima looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Totally enjoyed my peaceful stay in this balinese feel hotel! The dining area has a nice ocean view. It is also very family friendly with comfy play area for children while parents can just lounge around after dinner or breakfast. Best of all, they have two private onsens and separate ones for male and female hotel guests! There is also a table tennis facility next to the onsen:)
We stayed in this hotel for one night during our trip following the cherry blossom in central/north Honshu. The hotel is very nice and clean (as all hotels we have encountered in Japan). The room was Japanese style, which meant the during dinner someone entered the room and arrange the beds on the floor. This hotel, unlike the others we have stayed in, has two private onsens which you can use if you put your name on the list, and then partners can use the onsen together instead of being separated to the men and women public onsens. We booked a room with dinner, which was very delicious. We have been served Shabu-Shabu, in addition to the buffet (see picture). It seems that each table received a different meal, perhaps according to the day they stayed in the hotel (so you won't get the same meal twice). Service was great, no problems with English at the front desk. There is a viewing site of the bay a few hundred meters above the hotel. It attracted quite a crowd during sunset, but the views in the backdrop of the cherry blossoms were magnificent (picture).…
This hotel is located 10 minutes walk from station. The receptionists were all polite and helpful, and there is lounge area where they offer free tea, coffee and little sweets. They have table tennis room, where we enjoyed to play table tennis with some other guests there. We didn’t eat dinner there but breakfast buffet was very nice, both Japanese and Western meal selections. There are some private onsens as well as main onsen. We can book by writing the name on the time sheet. I think that’s good idea but when we went there for our booking, somebody were inside and we waited for a while but they didn’t come out. It was very annoying.
We visit this hotel 10 days ago in the midst of a typhoon. However we were impressed by the warm welcome by the receptionist who tried hard to make us understand his English. The hotel has a good view of the famous matsushima bay. The lounge provides free coffee and dessert at all times. The rooms are spacious by Japanese standard. They have private baths which can be booked free of charge in addition to the usual public bath. The dinner provides a shabu shabu with wagui and oysters. There are also a good spread of buffet with shahimi and ice cream. At 2000yen per pax it is very good value. We were quite grateful to stay here despite the fact that the JR trains and bus were out of service.
This place is well maintained and although it is a bit big, it has charm and is set up like a traditional ryoken (shoes off in lobby, pajamas provided, onsen). The staff are friendly, and enough English is spoken to get you through. We had requested a non smoking room, but that bit didn't get through. Fortunately the windows were able to be opened to air it out. Try and get a room that faces the bay. We were on the opposite, with a view of a cherry tree (albeit nice, and in bloom), and the car park. The breakfast is definitely recommended. Large selection of Japanese and Western choices. Dinner is also buffet, although we didn't try it. There are other nice touches, like complimentary tea and coffee in the lounge area, which also has some massage chairs and a fireplace to sit in front of in winter. It is also very child friendly, with a large playroom next to the lounge, and a play room on the lower level where they had ping pong tables, and a small play area for toddlers. The onsen is great, and we really enjoyed the private onsen, where couples can bathe together. You need to book your 45 minute slot, on the sign up sheet outside of the onsen. There are also two other public onsens, which have views. It is a 10 minute walk up a hill from the Matsushimakaigan station. Turn right after exiting the station. Cross at the lights and head up the hill. Second left, which crosses above some tracks, and follow the signs. There was a shuttle service, but getting back to the station is much easier, (downhill), so we didn't bother.…