Steps away from the city's famous samurai houses, as well as many shopping and dining options, this hotel has a hard-to-beat location. The reasonably priced rooms are larger than many places in town, which is a major plus. From the outside, the building looks a bit rundown, and the cylindrical projection on the roof is an odd touch. This is the hotel's dining room, and it features a panoramic view of the city that you can enjoy while downing a Japanese breakfast that comes
with endless bowls of rice and miso soup.