3-36 Misonocho, Wakayama City
- Get off at JR Wakayama Station, 5 minutes by foot
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This hotel offer natural hotspring bath.All guest can have a truly relaxing experience and feel as if they’ve returned home.
Travel Blogger's Review
- Brian MacDuckston
- He is famous ramen bloger. His blogs brings you reviews and photos from my search for amazing ramen in Japan .
In the beginning of December , 2017, he took a trip to Wakayama City.
His blog is “ Ramen Adventures ”.
I stayed at the Wakayama Dormy Inn. Dormy Inn is a nationwide chain of business hotels, many of which have hot springs. I’ve actually stayed at a few for work, and they are really nice.
So nice, in fact, that I had a bit of a problem.
My plan was to check in around 4pm, take a quick bath, and take a nap for a couple hours before heading off for some local sake and food. I even found this great writeup of local izakayas. A little jizake (local sake) and a little jizakana (local fish). Nothing too crazy, and then back to the hotel for another soak in the onsen and a full night’s rest.
But I was more tired than I thought (I flew at 7:00am that morning) and the hot springs plus two and a half bowls of ramen knocked me out. I slept until 4:30am the next day.