Kobe Japan Hotels
La Suite Kobe Harborland is the first hotel in Japan to have its own cruise ship, the Princess Princess Princess. Princess Cruises has released the itinerary for the cruise, which includes four-day cruises that will be on sale December 16.
Sunroute Sopra Kobe is a large hotel in Kobe, Japan, which includes a restaurant, bar and hotel room, as well as a spa and fitness centre. Hotel Sun Route, is located near several popular tourist attractions including Tokyo Dome, Great Wall of China and Imperial Palace of Japan.
On the lower and upper floors you will find many more famous restaurants, including a Teppanyaki restaurant in Tajima, where you can enjoy some of Kobe's most popular dishes, such as Kobe gyu and Shabu - shabus. One of the Oriental steakhouses serves the best steaks in the world and offers guests the most delicious moments. In addition, you could even enjoy sukiyaki, which is made with high-quality Kobe Gyu. The Negiya Ryofukaku is definitely worth a visit, the KobeGyu steak is wonderful and the most popular dish there is Kobegyu Shabsu (or "shabU").
The Japanese garden on the grounds of the Kobe hotel is also a fantastic place to enjoy your accommodation. If you continue along the garden path, you can enjoy a change of scenery. I strongly recommend you to visit and enjoy the changing landscape and also the breathtaking view of Kobe's beautiful city.
The view is sensational, the light of passing boats on the water surface is reflected day and night. You also have a good view of the city's shopping malls, restaurants, cafes and shopping malls.
The Kobe Meriken Park Oriental Hotel is located in a particularly incredible location on the edge of the pier, surrounded by a 270 degree warm ocean. The hotel offers views of Kobe city centre, the Kobe City Museum and the city skyline from both the restaurant and guest rooms. There is a bar counter from which you can enjoy the view from your room, the lobby and the bar area. Directly opposite our hotel is the Kobe City Museum, which we visited during our stay.
Kobe is a city for walkers, so there's no need to wander aimlessly through the streets all the time.
The best area to stay in Kobe is in the city center, which is just a short walk from the city center and a few blocks from Kobe Airport. From here you can walk to the Kobe Convention Center, the Olympic Stadium and even Ainsley Park, one of Kobe's most popular tourist attractions.
Hotel Portopia offers a free shuttle service and Kobe Bay Sheraton offers a variety of leisure facilities. Hotel Okura is one of the most popular hotels in the city centre and the largest hotel in Kobe, offering superb views of Ainsley Park, the Olympic Stadium and other tourist attractions.
Kobe is a city in itself that deserves at least several nights, and people will undoubtedly enjoy a good night's sleep in one of the most popular hotels in the city center.
Kobe hotels come in all shapes, sizes and price ranges, from Onsen to Onsen, so you have to choose according to your travel needs. The hotel offers a variety of room types, including concept rooms overlooking the streets of Kobe, family rooms that will appeal to children and even private rooms for couples.
On the 10th floor, high up, you can swim and admire the truly picturesque port of Kobe. A stay in a hotel in Kobe has been praised for being like a cruise on a luxury cruise ship and experiencing Port Kobe from the perspective of one of the most beautiful cities in the world, not only in Japan but also in the rest of Asia.
Harborland Onsen is conveniently located near Kobe JR Station, offering day trips and overnight stays. This makes it a great choice for those who want to make the most of their holiday.
Princess offers a variety of shore excursions that take guests to some of Kobe's most beautiful beaches, such as the Great Barrier Reef. Guests will enjoy the stunning UNESCO World Heritage sites, which include temples and shrines, as well as a wide range of restaurants and shops.
In our experience, this hotel in South Sannomiya is the hotel where you will find some of the cheapest and friendliest hotels in Kobe. There is so much to do in and around Kobe, from the beautiful beaches to the Chinese restaurants that populate Chinatown. Check out our list of the best hotels in Kobe and Japan, which will take you close to all the major attractions. In our experience, Kobe hotels are a good choice for business travelers, tourists and locals alike.