Niigata City – Stylish Hotels Near the Coast Niigata City – Stylish Hotels Near the Coast

Niigata City – Stylish Hotels Near the Coast


2018.07.21

NAVITIME TRAVEL EDITOR

Niigata City – Stylish Hotels Near the Coast

Niigata is one of Japan’s most bustling and diverse port cities and well worth a visit. The city is home to stunning sea views, a fascinating, culturally rich community, and easily accessible mountains excellent for skiing in winter and hiking in summer. If you're visiting in summer, make the most of your time by visiting the city's impressive seaside attractions and spendinng a few nights near the water. Here are five stylish accommodation options worth considering.

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    Shiki no Yado Minoya Hotel

    An easy walk from the sand coast, Yahiko Shine, and Mt. Yahiko, Shiki no Yado Minoya Hotel is a classic ryokan inn perfect for those wanting to experience both traditional Japanese hospitality and the very best Niigata city has to offer. With luxurious indoor and outdoor bathing facilities and easy accessibility to the area’s many hiking trails, it’s the perfect place to set up home base if you’re looking for an action-packed weekend away. Children under 3 years of age stay free.

    Shiki no Yado Minoya Hotel

    Shiki no Yado Minoya Hotel

    弥彦温泉 四季の宿 みのや
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    新潟県西蒲原郡弥彦村弥彦 神社通り
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    0256942010
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    Hotel Okura Niigata

    Gazing out onto Niigata’s crystal-clear, glittering waters, a stay by the bay can’t get much more central than this. Ideally situated just between the new and old shopping districts and less than 20 minutes from Niigata Train Station on foot, it’s perfect for those who want to explore the diversity of Niigata and the wider surrounding area.

    Hotel Okura Niigata

    Hotel Okura Niigata

    ホテルオークラ新潟
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    新潟県新潟市中央区川端町6-53 ■新潟のシンボル【萬代橋】【信濃川】そば■全室無料Wi-Fi完備■コンビニまで徒歩2分■12歳迄お子様は大人1名につき添寝1名無料■朱鷺メッセまで車約5分■新潟県民会館・りゅーとぴあまで車約7分■デンカビッグスワンまで車約20分■マリンピア日本海まで車約10分
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    0252246111
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    Iwamuro Onsen Ryokan Fujiya

    The picturesque and spacious Iwamuro Onsen Ryokan Fujiya is the ideal balance of the classic and the contemporary. With its traditional-style Japanese design and sleek modern Western comforts, it’s a hot spring retreat located in the heart of Niigata’s costal hub. Perfect for those looking to unwind and relax after a day of trekking the neighboring mountainside or exploring the heart of the city, facilities include a sauna, hot spring bath, nearby golf course, spa, and massage services to help you unwind, relax, and refresh.

    Iwamuro Onsen Ryokan Fujiya

    Iwamuro Onsen Ryokan Fujiya

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    Hotel Oyanagi

    Another hotel that strikes the perfect balance of the old and the new is Hotel Oyanagi, situated in the Tagami area of Niigata. Its convenient coastal location offers easy accessibility to many of the city’s major sites as well as offering a sense of hidden tranquility you’d typically expect from somewhere far more remote. With something for everyone, the hotel has a total of 65 rooms on offer, including the more luxurious option of rooms with private open-air hot spring facilities.

    Hotel Oyanagi

    Hotel Oyanagi

    ホテル小柳
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    南蒲原郡田上町大字田上乙1322-1
    phone
    0256575000
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    Hotel Seifuen

    With its impressive classic public baths and within easy walking distance from the coast, Hotel Seifuen is a Niigata accommodation option well worth looking into when planning a visit to the area. Designed for both business and leisure travelers, the hotel offers a variety of rooms perfect for both longer and shorter stays as well as four large indoor baths, six outdoor baths, twelve smaller baths, and two saunas. If you want to explore a little further, you’ll find Nakamine Golf Club a few minutes' walk south and Mizunami Shrine a few minutes north from your hotel room.

    Hotel Seifuen

    Hotel Seifuen

    月岡温泉 ホテル清風苑
    place
    新潟県新発田市月岡278-2
    phone
    0254322000
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