Business hotels are lodging facilities that give good service for a reasonable price and they're great for people that want to keep their accommodation costs down. Here are 5 hotels in Kanazawa where you can stay for about 4,000 - 6,000 JPY a person.
1. Dormy Inn Kanazawa
Dormy Inn is about 2 minutes from the JR Kanazawa Station's east exit. It's a designer's hotel with a modern, stylish design that befits Kanazawa, a city of art.
It has the only large public natural onsen (hot spring) bath around Kanazawa Station. This hotel's biggest attraction is the fact that you can enjoy the hot springs to your heart's content, since it includes an indoor bath, a bath you lie down in, an open-air bath, a sauna, and more. The rooms are designed with dark colors, so it's an elegant space imbued with the warmth of wood.
For breakfast, the hotel proudly offers a Japanese-Western buffet. You can have their special ramen for free between 9:30 pm and 11:00 pm.
2. Hotel Trusty Kanazawa Korinbo
This hotel is in Korinbo, the heart of Kanazawa. It's in a convenient location, since you can walk to popular sightseeing areas like the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, and Kenroku-en.
Each room has a calm atmosphere made by a perfect balance of traditional Japanese aesthetics and modernity. They have single, double, and twin rooms that you can relax in. There's also a ladies' floor, so women can feel safe. They also have a line-up of limited amenities, including nightwear, herb tea, and bath lights!
There's an open cafe in the lobby, so you can enjoy a morning buffet with a varied menu.
3. Hotel MyStays Premier Kanazawa
This hotel is about 5 minutes away from JR Kanazawa Station's west exit. This hotel is designed so you can fully enjoy the charms of the ancient city of Kanazawa.
Inside the hotel, there's a restaurant that offers the flavors of the verdant Hokuriku region as well as a library where you can learn all about the Hokuriku area. These facilities are places where you can enjoy the area's charms from various angles.
All the rooms are more than 30sq.m., so you can enjoy a relaxing time in that space. There's a fitness gym available 24 hours a day as well as a coin laundry. Breakfast includes regional Kaga vegetables, regional cuisine, fresh homemade bread, and more.
4. Kanazawa Manten Hotel Ekimae
Kanazawa Manten Hotel Ekimae is also 4 minutes away from JR Kanazawa Station's west exit. It's Hokuriku's biggest hotels, with 509 rooms.
This hotel's biggest charm is the large public bath where you can enjoy a soak while gazing out at the Japanese garden. In the summer, they open the windows to the bath so it feels extremely open. In other seasons, you can enjoy feeling like you're outside thanks to the view.
The rooms range from simple rooms that will offer you comfortable rest to luxurious rooms with massage chairs as well as ladies' only rooms.
To start off your day, you can choose between a low sodium Western or Japanese set breakfast that is gentle on the body.
5. Toyoko INN Kanazawa Kenroku-en Korinbo
This hotel is just 800m away from popular sightseeing spots like Kanazawa Castle and Kenroku-en. There's a free shuttle from JR Kanazawa Station's west exit, so you can easily get there.
The rooms are simple and functional. The single room includes a 140cm double bed while the double room has a 160cm queen sized bed, so you can have a relaxing, comfortable sleep.
Breakfast is free! They have a mini Japanese and Western buffet featuring various side dishes, bread, soup, and more.
These hotels are all in the center of the city or close to Kanazawa Station. All of them are in perfect locations for sightseeing. *Prices vary depending on plan.
*Please note that the information in this article is from the time of writing or publication and may differ from the latest information.
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