Service animals not allowed.
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Based on 485 reviews
Situated in an ideal location
I stayed here for 3 nights on a solo trip. I arrived early ( 10:00am) but they let me check in early, probably due to lack of so many guests from COVID-19. I personally liked the traditionally Japanese decor (e.g., near the entrance, lobby, hallways, and inside each individual rooms, etc. ) and the plethora of amenities. They have an onsite laundromat, which you can use for long stays. And thanks to COVID-19, they don't make your rooms everyday unless requested. Instead, they give you a new set of towels and bottle water, which is something I would have done if I were the hotel owner. It's quite a walk from the station, but there are a couple of convenience stores just down the road. Oyama Shrine, Kanazawa Castle, and Omicho Market are very close by. Just down the road (toward Korinbo) there is a bus stop that go to and from Komatsu airport. The only downside about the hotel is that the tempurature of the hot water tends to be unstable, changing from lukewarm to pretty hot and then lukewarm again, repeating the cycle.
A little disappointing
We arrived at 1:15 but were denied access to our room until 2pm, the official check-in time. The hotel faces onto a noisy main road. The room was adequately sized, and the twin beds were extra wide – bliss compared to the futons we had slept on for the two previous nights. The TV naturally had a Japanese remote control, so it proved just too complicated to get the TV to work. We also struggled with the air conditioning system, but eventually managed. The coin operated laundry in the hotel was a boon after a week of travel, but the combined washer/dryer was really not very effective at drying. Hanging clothes up in the room & bathroom was a struggle, as there was no adequate space to do so, although there was a short pull-out line available in the bathroom. Reception did provide us a small iron and very small ironing board on request. The adjoining breakfast area is actually a restaurant in its own right, but too cramped to accommodate everyone at peak time. Breakfast options were a bit limited for European palates.
Very good (especially for Japan)
Four of us (two adults and two kids, 5 & 9) stayed for 3 nights here in December. In contrast to many Japanese hotel rooms, ours was spacious enough to accommodate the three beds, and still have space left over. The room was very comfortable. We didn't have the breakfast included, but the Italian restaurant at the ground floor looked good.
Centrally located hotel
The hotel was clean, comfortable, and well-located to access both the station (15 minute walk), the fish market (across the street), and the old parts of town (15 minute walks). The hotel staff are very helpful and speak adequate English. The rooms are on the smaller side, which is normal in Japan, and if you have a lot of luggage, you may find it a bit tricky to find space to put it and to get into it. The hotel offers a laundry area so I recommend that you pack light and just plan to do laundry if you plan a longer trip. They (as well as the other 4 properties at which we stayed) also provide large, refillable (i.e. not single use) bottles of shampoo, conditioner, body wash, and hand wash so you can save suitcase space by not packing those toiletries. The property also offers some queen sized beds if, like my husband, you are very tall or, as in my case, very pregnant. My favorite feature of this property was the deep soaking tub; however, as the shower is in the tub, you may have a bit of trouble getting into and out of it if you suffer mobility problems (particularly hip or knee issues).
Clean and comfortable, with its best asset in the middle of our trip a coin-operated washer/dryer machine. Wish we had been booked in the Rei concept room for women. Breakfast is mediocre, though we were weary from our travels and had a decent pizza and chianti in the hotel dining room for dinner. Conveniently located.