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Kamogawa Sea World Hotel (Kamogawa Sea World Hotel)


1464-18 Higashi-cho, (Katsuura / KamogawaArea)

phone 0470922121

Review of Kamogawa Sea World Hotel

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Reviewed:2019/03/14 The hotel package is a bargain for Sea World lovers and those with young children but with some shortcomings.
Stayed at this hotel for one night for a couple of reasons. It was close to our next destination Katsuura, but above all the package included a two day pass to Kamogawa Sea World with direct access...
Reviewed:2018/05/06 This is a very Japanese Hotel
Kamogawa SeaWorld Hotel is a very typical Japanese resort hotel and quite old. But there is not many hotel choices in this place. At least the staff spoke a little English and there are some English...
Reviewed:2016/05/23 This hotel really needs to renovate, especially the bathroom areas
The location is great if you want to visit Kamogawa sea world the next day, which we did. The Japanese style rooms are a good size. Futons were quite hard and that woke me up a few times. Our room...

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1464-18 Higashi-cho,  [map]
Katsuura / KamogawaArea
Facility information
"All guest rooms Japanese-style with ocean view.Families with children welcome.All hotel guests receive a passport to Sea World valid during their stay from check-in to check-out.Hotel restaurant includes a ""kids' room"", where families can enjoy their meals."

Information Sources:  NAVITIME Travel


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