The Japan Alps and the North Chubu Coast Hotels

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APA Hotel Eki-mae

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This hotel is so close to the JR Station it's practically inside it. A blue ceiling with sparkling stars watches over a coffee shop and...

Hotel Nikko Kanazawa

  • $$$$
  • Clubby Atmosphere

This 30-story hotel's exotic lobby is more reminiscent of Singapore than Japan, with tropical plants, cherry-oak slatted doors, and colonial...

Kanazawa New Grand Hotel

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  • Practical Base

Stepping into this hotel's sleek black-and-cream marble lobby is a refreshing break from the dreary concrete of the city's main drag.

Nakayasu Ryokan

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  • Local Flavor

Just north of Kenroku Garden, this family-run ryokan dates from 1920. The staff goes out of its way to welcome foreign travelers and...

Ryokan Asadaya

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Established during the Meiji Restoration (1867), this small ryokan is the most lavish lodging in Kanazawa, and guests come from all over...

Yogetsu

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In a century-old geisha house in the Eastern Pleasure Quarter, Yogetsu is a small, stylish minshuku. The owner is a welcoming hostess...

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