Stayed here for three nights early April. Loved this city. The rooms are very small but like everything in Japan, also very efficient. There was a permanent hot coffee machine in the foyer which was great, the onsen was very lovely also. Lots of guests wearing their yukatas around the hotel which I loved, made you feel most at home.
They provide free noodles apparently for breakfast which we never did, but you can also buy a great breakfast at a good price. We found a fantastic breakfast place a block up the road for around $6 AUS. Totally authentic and fresh. Would recommend.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel specifications. April 2008. Artificial radium spring with a relaxing open-air bath on the top floor You can refresh both of your body and soul. -Sanuki udon buffet- Enjoy it to get energy for the morning! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Dormy Takamatsu
- Dormy Inn Takamatsu Kagawa