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Hotels in Ishikawa

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  • HOTEL MYSTAYS PREMIER Kanazawa
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    4.5
    979 Reviews
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    2-13-5 Hirooka Kanazawa Ishikawa

    Clean, very large room. Very convenient to the train station. Pajamas and sandals provided. Bed was firm and I think the pillows were memory foam. Seemed a little cheaply constructed but all...

  • Dormy Inn Kanazawa Natural Hot Spring
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    4.0
    941 Reviews
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    2-25 Horikawa-shinmachi Kanazawa Ishikawa

    Amazing budget hotel with hot spring! Location was great, just 4 mins walk from the train, metro and bus station. The hotel offers free beers, wine and ramen at night. The public onsen has outdoor...

  • Kanazawa Tokyu Hotel
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    4.0
    729 Reviews
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    2-1-1 Korinbo Kanazawa Ishikawa

    Kanazawa is a cool place. The Tokyo hotel was well located and offered everything we expected from a hotel of that stature. The rooms were well appointed but we found the rooms warm at night since...

  • Kagaya Hotel
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    4.0
    627 Reviews
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    80 Yobu, Wakura-cho, Nanao Ishikawa

    I really like this ryokan. Japanese style, traditional with modern elements. The rooms are huge. The onsen pools are huge, many hot pool, one cold pool, one outside pool. The shops open to 9pm and...

  • Kanazawa Manten Hotel Ekimae
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    4.0
    594 Reviews
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    1-6-1 Kitayasue, Kanazawa-shi, Ishikawa,

    Pleasant stay in a clean and comfortable environment. The hotel is located near the JR Kanazawa station and we used it as a base for our day trips to various towns around the neighboring towns...

Ishikawa Areas

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Long, thin Ishikawa prefecture runs along the Sea of Japan up into Noto Peninsula. Highlights of the seaside towns lining the west coast include Kanazawa, often described as a "Little Kyoto" thanks to its old wooden tea houses and geisha culture as well as its picturesque Japanese garden, Kenroku-en.

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