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Where to Stay

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Hyogo Prefecture is unusually blessed with appealing hotels to suit every taste. Whether you prefer convenient and comfortable Western-style hotels, ryokan suffused with the ambience of old Japan and the friendly home environment of minshuku and pensions, Hyogo Prefecture has the right accommodations for you. Regardless of the style of accommodation you choose, you should expect the highest levels of courtesy and service and a comfortable stay. Take the time to find the accommodations that are the right fit for your needs.


Hyogo Prefecture offers an incredible range of hotels to cater to every taste and budget. City hotels and business hotels are convenient options for business travel or sightseeing, while resort hotels and luxury-class hotels provide the high levels of service and facilities. With a full gamut of price ranges and an endless variety of plans and options, you're sure to select hotels within your budget and travel needs that you'll love.



Ryokan are accommodation facilities in the traditional Japanese style. Rooms are generally in the Japanese style, furnished simply with futons spread over tatami (mats of woven straw). Many ryokan offer the full Japanese holiday experience, with hot-spring baths and multi-course kaiseki banquets. Change into a yukata (a loose cotton shift) and relax. A key draw for ryokan is the warm and attentive individual service each guest receives, including dedicated staff assigned to each room, tea and meal service, and spreading out and putting away futons.


Other Options

Minshuku are family-run lodgings in the Japanese style; pensions (penshon) are famlly-run lodgings in the Western style, like the pensione of Italy. Both are generally small-scale and simple in terms of facilities but are relatively inexpensive and offer a more friendly, informal style of service. Both are appealing options for those who enjoy getting to know people on their travels. If people are what make the difference in your travels, then a minshuku or pension might be perfect for you. In these types of lodgings, the owner and guests often dine together. Welcomed as family each time they come back, many travelers return to the same minshuku or pension year after year.


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