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Hotakaso Yama no Iori穂高荘山の庵

1-58 Hatsuda-cho, Takayama-shi, Gifu 506-0008, Japan

4.0/5 BEST REVIEW

by Miguel Spain / 03 Apr 2018

Very good option in Tamayaka, close to the train and bus stations.

  • Within 5 min of Station
  • Non-smoking Rooms Available

This hotel features Japanese-style rooms and a beautiful interior to help guests relax after a long day of travel. Takayama is referred to as a "Little Kyoto" and the charm of the city streets balance the refined culture of the Edo Period with awe-inspiring mountain landscapes. Just a 3-minute walk from Takayama Station, this hotel is conveniently located for sightseeing around Takayama's historical township and the town of Asaichi, on the banks of the Miyagawa river. It features all Japanese-style rooms, and hotel meals are prepared using local ingredients from Hida. Guests can enjoy experiencing the Japanese culture during their stay in Takayama.

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Japanese-style Bed Room

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  • Room Size: 18.5856 m²

1 night 2 Adult 0 Child 0 Infant

  • Non-smoking Room

Child Policy: Children allowed

2-3 No meals Payment on arrival

from JPY 14,000

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1 night 2 Adult 0 Child 0 Infant

  • Non-smoking Room

Child Policy: Children allowed

2-3 Breakfast only Payment on arrival

from JPY 18,000

Facility Info

From Takayama Station (JR Takayama Line): 3 minutes on foot.
By car: Exit the Tokai Hokuriku Expressway at Takayama Nishi IC and continue along Route 158 for about 10 minutes.
Services English-language newspaper
Internet No internet service
Access & Parking Free parking

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