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Boasting generously-sized rooms, all of which enjoy more than 30 square meters’ floor space, the HOTEL MYSTAYS PREMIER Kanazawa is a perfect choice for visitors to this historical city in Ishikawa Prefecture. This spacious comfort has not gone unnoticed, and our Kanazawa hotel is the proud recipient of TripAdvisor’s “Certificate of Excellence” 2016.
Ideally located, the hotel is reached in under an hour from Komatsu Airport, and taking the Shinkansen from Tokyo to Kanazawa brings you straight to Kanazawa Station, just 5 minutes from the hotel door.
Our fantastic location makes it easy to explore this beautifully preserved Edo-era city, and a visit to Kanazawa Castle and the famous century-old Kenroku-en garden are not to be missed. Don’t miss out on the city’s modern delights - the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art (Kanazawa Nijūichiseiki Bijutsukan) with is unique exhibits should certainly be added to any sightseeing plan. Choose from Standard King, Deluxe Twin or King rooms, or Grand Deluxe Quad rooms, all with Wi-Fi and speakers for personal music players. An in-room massage service will help you unwind after a long day. Alternatively, you could visit the hotel gym for exercise or enjoy a quiet moment in our on-site library.
The Nami no Hana Japanese restaurant also serves up authentic, locally-sourced Hokuriku cuisine. Kanazawa is a great city for enjoying traditional Japanese food, especially in its atmospheric samurai quarters. Visit a tea house and you may even spot a local Geisha.
With spacious accommodations and the ideal location, HOTEL MYSTAYS PREMIER Kanazawa is the only place to stay. Visit us and let our friendly staff help you decide what to do in Kanazawa to enjoy the perfect trip.
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