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
- Loic Lagarde
- I'm a 37 years old French photographer based in Paris and native of Brittany.
Passion for photography has grown steadily when I was traveling all around the world trying to capture every unforgettable experience I met on my way with a view to collect and share them.
He've been to Wakayama City, from 26th to 28th November in 2018.
A conviennent hotel where you can enjoy free Ramen from 9PM to 11PM!
- Bino Chua
- Bino is a part-time wanderer and a Singapore travel blogger. In his website, he shares with all of you his top travel tips. Along the way, he also provides travel guides to compelling destinations, recommendations on awesome food to try and impressive hotels to stay.
He've been to Wakayama City, from 29 June to 1st July in 2018.
His blog is "I WANDER".
Within the city, I stayed one night at Dormy Inn Premium Wakayama Hot Spring, one of the few hotels in the city that has the capability to house foreign travelers. Staff members can speak English quite well and are able to help on transport matters. The hotel is just a 7 minute walk from Wakayama Station. Facilities include an onsen bath as well as complimentary supper in the form of noodles in late evening.
- 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.