Me and my girlfriend had a great time at this beach resort hotel. The room's ocean view was nice. The beach had a path leading out to the ocean for a good walk and some good photo shots. I saw people complain about having to pay for renting the sunbeds and umbrellas but once you know this you can budget for yourself to see if you are getting value for money - we brought our own tent so that we didn't have to rent the sunbeds.
The hotel helped me arrange a birthday surprise for my girlfriend with flowers and cake in advance and it was appreciated that I could ask them to make the delivery to our room at any time that I wanted - in the end they sent 2 members of staff to make the delivery too!
The construction for new buildings wasn't finished yet but didn't bother us that there was no swimming pool - why would you use the swimming pool when you have such a nice beach?
There aren't a lot of restaurants nearby but just enough for staying here for a few days.
The only thing I didn't like was that the hotel had a strange rule about snorkeling - no snorkeling with a snorkel allowed unless you wear a life jacket but you don't have to wear a life jacket if you don't use the snorkel......ruined our opportunity to snorkel in the clear water.
Located in Onna, this beachfront hotel is in a national park, 0.4 mi (0.6 km) from Tiger Beach, and 2.3 mi (3.8 km) from …More
The location is excellent and within walking distance of tons of stores. The closest Aeon store has a full grocery store in the basement. We picked up breakfast there and put it in the room's refrigerator. The public (to hotel guests) onsen (hot bath) is absolutely wonderful! I took advantage of it morning and evening. The hotel is within easy access of the Nagasaki train station (by tram). It's not a far walk though if you have no luggage. All in all a great hotel.
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Located in Shinchi Chinatown, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Meganebashi Brigde and Megane Bridge. Sofuku-ji and …More
This hotel is inside Huis Ten Bosch theme park, facing the beautiful lake. The interior decoration is quite classic, a feeling of 80's or 90's. But that doesn't mean the furniture is torn. I love this decoration as it's matches the feel of European feel of Huis Ten Bosch. The room is big and comfy, especially the bathroom. This is very different from most of the Japanese hotel rooms which are famous for small.
The staff are very nice, polite and helpful. There are a few non-Japanese staff, so it will be helpful for foreigners staying there.
Note that if you drive, the GPS will lead you to the parking lot far from the hotel. You park there, take your bags with you to a station (looks like a European train station) at the curb of the parking lot, and wait for the shuttle to take you to the hotel.
The hotel is within walking distance to the back of the theme park.
Situated near the bay, this luxury hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Kitagata Onsen, Sari Onsen, and Teraura Onsen. Mukyudo is …More