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Crown Palais Hotel Shin-Hankyu Kochi

  • $$
  • Luxurious Retreat

This Western-style luxury hotel is so spacious and modern that it almost feels out of place in gruff Kochi. This is the place to experience...

Daiwa Roynet Hotel Takamatsu

  • $$
  • Trusted Brand

Opening its doors in 2012, this elegant hotel next to the Marugame-machi shopping arcade offers much more than a central location. The...

Dormy Inn

  • $$
  • Practical Base

This branch of the national chain feels almost too good to be true—the excellent central location, plush rooms, and great in-hotel...

Hotel Dogo Yaya

  • $$
  • Design

Guest rooms at this more affordable alternative to Yume Kura are compact but have a tasteful Japanese modern aesthetic and remarkable...

Hotel JAL City Matsuyama

  • $$
  • Trusted Brand

Just east of the JR Station, this Western-style hotel has east-facing rooms have views of Matsuyama Castle. Stay here for the comfortable...

Oomiyake Ryokan

  • $$
  • Local Flavor

The owner of this small ryokan in Honmura spent decades in France and Morocco before returning to Naoshima to turn his family's 17th-century...

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