Pets not allowed.
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Based on 91 reviews
Lovely place with friendly staff and shop keepers. The hotel staff went above and beyond to help us get around. The beds were comfortable and the view is amazing 🤩 the bridge walk is a must if you are visiting
A good option close to the whirlpools
If you are going to the spend the night in Naruto and like us are without our own wheels, this Hotel is a very good option. It's literally under ten minutes' walk from the Uzuno Michi and twenty minutes slow walk to the closest pier where boats set sail to see whirlpools. We came at the time when the whirlpools were at its best and managed to visit the Uzuno Michi around noon and then took the boat trip in the afternoon for the second high tide. Like others have said the room is rather dated and the safe in our room was not working properly. But the food was really great, service was adequate and the common bath was okay too. We stayed in Japanese Room with two meals package so can't comment on the western style room. Almost nil food options around the area after 1700 hours so be better prepared if you can't secure a half-board package in Japanese rooms. Taxi to JR Naruto station cost us 2,500yen. The Hotel shuttle only goes as far as the bus terminus at the Naruto Park entrance.
Excellent location for viewing the whirlpools, but the rooms itself are a bit shabby
As we entered the hotel building, we could immediately see that the scenery towards the Great Naruto Bridge and the Naruto whirlpools were some of the best in the area. However, the building itself and the rooms were more worn down than expected, and as we paid considerably more for our room than on our other nights that we stayed at Shikoku, we were hoping for more. As it was off-season during March, the upper-floor sky pool was closed and the karaoke lounge was completely empty as well, aside from one sleepy salaryman laying flat on their face on the couch. The service was generally very good and friendly throughout our stay.
Good view, good food, poor service, old building
If you want a view of Naruto Bridge,whirlpool choose this place. Finding this place is challenging and if you drive its easier. The bad, very old building, checkin 3pm, checkout is ridiculous 10am and not negotiable. But if you looking for authentic Japanese dinner and breakfast their food are pretty good.
only hotel near the bridge and convenient site to see the whirl pool
if you are going after the whirl pool that is famous in this area, you might want to stay here to have a good location and for convenience. Otherwise, stay away from this hotel. This hotel was really old, and a bit worn down. Room was extremely small and dark. The door was locked using traditional key and you have to remember to lock it every time you are leaving your room. Onsen was basic either but can offer you a view of the big bridge while you are relaxing in the onsen. There were room with a view of the onsen but as we booked it late what was left for us was only a smoking room with hill side view. One main disappointment was that the dinning facility was extremely limited with only one restaurant inside the hotel and on our day of visit it was already fully booked by the group tour and we have left with no other choice for any food in the hotel. The front desk staff only suggestion was to take a taxi to get to the JR station for other restaurant. The taxi cost us USD 25 one way and thus USD 50 round trip. There was nothing to do nearby the hotel during the night and also nothing to eat during the night.