If you’re looking for a luxury onsen ryokan in Noto-cho, look no further than Hyakurakuso.
While staying at Hyakurakuso, visitors can check out Jonichi-ji Temple (1.6 mi), which is a popular Noto-cho attraction.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and guests can go online with free internet access offered by the onsen ryokan.
Hyakurakuso features a coffee shop, shops, and a gift shop, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts an on-site restaurant. If you are driving to Hyakurakuso, free parking is available.
The staff at Hyakurakuso looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
We had a 3 night stay at this luxury ryokan on Noto Peninsula. We hired a car in Kanazawa and it took about 2.5 hours to drive to the remote spot on the Noto coast. The views over the calm inlet are so beautiful and this is the perfect place to relax and unwind. It’s a modern resort, so lacks the charm of some older buildings but it also means the rooms and balconies are designed to enjoy the view. There were a few lovely and unusual touches, such as a choice if pretty yukata designs for women and fresh fruit and Japanese sweets in the room. The food was amazing - the most beautiful presentation and very plentiful, not surprisingly with a focus on fish and seafood. We ate breakfast and dinner in both the dockside dining room and in the 1st floor private rooms. There didn’t seem to be the option to choose- we were allocated a location for each meal. It would have been nice to have had one of the private dining rooms on the water but we weren’t given one during our stay. Perhaps if we had spoken Japanese, we could have asked. Staff here speak less English than at other places we have stayed, so communication was limited. There are 3 options for taking a bath. We particularly enjoyed the private baths, which can be reserved for a 50 min slot. The only downside was difficulty getting a slot as there are only 2 and they were very popular. We managed to have 2 visits over the 3 days. The other baths swap between men and women at different times of the day. Both were nice but we liked the cave bath best as the individual hot tubs were outside. The view from the scenic bath was blurred due to the steamy windows. There is a lovely little walk from the ryokan, down a flight of steps from the car park. It is a nature trail, with the path a series of stepping stones in the sea. They have a map at reception but it would be hard to get lost as you just follow the shore. There are also comfy seats down by the water, so you can relax enjoying the peace and the wonderful view. …
Hyakurakuso is deep in the Ishikawa countryside, sitting on a bluff above one of the 100 bays below. The inn is beautiful, intimate, private, and exactly what someone with a hectic schedule needs as an antidote! Our room had a private hot spring bath, and while dinners and breakfasts were not served in the room, we were always shown to a private room, including one morning in a sort of gazebo on the water. Simply wonderful. Also, women are offered a choice of yukatas, all of them beautiful, and my wife enjoyed her daily selections. The service was excellent, the inn was spotlessly clean, the food was delicious (quantities were a tad excessive, but never mind!). The inn is located in an area where a guest can take a number of short hikes to enjoy the wonderful views and great area. On top of this, the ryokan offered a cave bath (women and men share the bath at different times), a couple of family baths -- one reserves an hour and enjoys a larger bath with a grand view, and a public bath that is simply beautiful beyond words. Hyakurakuso will pick up guests, but if you rent a car and drive to the hotel, the inn offers you a discount. Nice touch! Also, the hotel has something called a "Cave Bar" -- depending on the guest's package, you may be allowed to consume as many drinks as you wish free of additional charges. Also, fishing gear is available, and if you are lucky enough to catch a fish, the hotel will cook it for you. Wow.…
This is by far the best resort. The bath in a cave and outdoor tubs is really quite an experience. Dinner and breakfast were excellent. If you have the time, do try fishing. Well worth the money! Will highly recommend!
This is a ryokan next to the bay. Beautiful view but takes a long drive to reach. There are 2 onsen and one of it is insde a cave and hot spring comes from deep sea. Restaurant also quite special b cause it's in the middle of the bay. You can see the fish below. After breakfast you can feed the birds with remaining fish. However the food is not that good even I pay extra for a special meals.
We spent one night at this hotel. The hotel room, onsen and fishing facilities were good except the food, both dinner and breakfast were terrible. Not only the taste, variety and portions are so much less than those provided by other normal onsen hotels. We were given cuttlefish mouths to charcoal grilled by yourself alongside with tiny pieces of vegetables(just one piece each for four of us). The sweet potato, just the size of the index finger, sliced into four pieces and each of us might have one. Even the rice served were deeply burnt. Really disappointing!