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Saitama Grand Hotel Honjo (埼玉グランドホテル本庄)

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2-2-1, Ekinan, Honjo-shi Saitama (Honjo / KumagayaArea)

Review of Saitama Grand Hotel Honjo

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2017/12/25 Pleasant stay
Accompanied my husband on his business trip to Japan and we stayed at the hotel as it is conveniently located near to the train, taxi and bus stations for ease of transportation into nearby province...
Reviewed:2021/01/22 駅からすぐ
JR本庄駅の改札口のあるフロアーから階段を下りてすぐ眼の前に入り口がありました。鉄道利用の出張にはとてもありがたいです。立派な名前の年季の入ったホテルです。最近のビジネスホテルとは一味違い、フロント周りなど共用部分がゆったりしていて、きれいに維持され掃除され、気持ちがよいです。コロナ禍にあってよく頑張っていると思いました。2泊しました。朝食のおかずが同じでした。
Reviewed:2020/03/06 綺麗なホテル
値段の割に綺麗でした。
駐車場も分かり易いし、広いしよかったです。1人で泊まるには充分ですね。備え付けの生活用品も十分です。

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Address
2-2-1, Ekinan, Honjo-shi Saitama [map]
Area
Honjo / KumagayaArea
Check-in
15:00
Check-out
11:00
Facility information
Located in Honjo, Saitama Grand Hotel Honjo is a perfect starting point from which to explore Saitama. The hotel offers a wide range of amenities and perks to ensure you have a great time. Facilities like free Wi-Fi in all rooms, chapel, shrine, daily housekeeping, taxi service are readily available for you to enjoy. Each guestroom is elegantly furnished and equipped with handy amenities. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. Saitama Grand Hotel Honjo is an excellent choice from which to explore Saitama or to simply relax and rejuvenate.
Number of rooms
95

Information Sources:  Agoda

Access

          There is no Station nearby. There is no Bus Stop nearby. There is no Parking nearby. There is no IC nearby.
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          Eclipsed by neighboring Tokyo, Saitama is often branded as the sleepy suburbs. However, look a little deeper and you'll uncover quaint towns bursting with history and crafts from the kurazukuri Edo-period clay houses of Kawagoe to the ancient tree-enveloped temples of Chichibu.