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Ariston Hotel Miyazaki (Ariston Hotel Miyazaki)

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3-1-1 Tachibana-dori-nishi, , (Miyazaki / AoshimaArea)

phone 0985231333

Review of Ariston Hotel Miyazaki

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2017/09/21 perfect location and helpful staff
I stayed 2 nights at this hotel. In terms of room size and amenties, the hotel is fairly standard and in line with other business hotels in Japan within this price range. Only green tea in the...
Reviewed:2017/01/23 Old but big and clean
Good location, and many restaurants nearby.

A bit old but tidiness.

Theres no tea or coffee in the room, you need to go lobby to make it.

If your cars height over 1.5M, you cant park your car...
Reviewed:2016/11/01 Outdated but functional
This hotel is filled with memories of the 80s and maybe even 70s. If you are looking for an hotel with all modern equipment, this is not that hotel. It is however a very functional hotel, kept very...

Hotel Reservation

2021/08/11 Check-in (2 persons per room)※Nightly fee per person Update date:2021/07/28

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Address
3-1-1 Tachibana-dori-nishi, ,  [map]
Area
Miyazaki / AoshimaArea
Phone
0985231333
Facility information
This charming hotel is situated in Miyazaki.

Information Sources:  NAVITIME Travel

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          An unmissable highlight of Kyushu, Miyazaki prefecture satisfies nature lovers with its dramatic gorges cut out of rugged cliffs, leading into waterfalls and beaches of green-blue water popular among surfers. Takachiho Gorge in the north of the prefecture tells a tale of centuries-old Japanese mythology in a fantastic setting, allowing visitors to explore the waters by boat before heading up to the cave at the Awano Iwato Shrine, where the sun goddess was said to have hidden, plunging the world into darkness.