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Hotel Kinparo

1090Seto, Toyooka Hyogo,Toyooka,JP,Japan
Check in 15:00
Check Out 15:00
Worth it for the view + fantastic onsen brendalah on 16/04/2017 15:36 66 Reviews

- Hotel year Built - 1975 Year Remodeled - 1991 additional Property Description - Welcome To Kinparo A Deluxe Tropical Resort Nestled Amidst An Atmosphere Of San-In-Kaigan National Park. Overlooking The Spectacular View Of Japan Sea With

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1090Seto, Toyooka Hyogo,Toyooka,JP,Japan

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Hotel Kinparo

1090Seto, Toyooka Hyogo,Toyooka,JP,Japan 0 Star Hotel
Check in 15:00
Check Out 15:00


- Hotel year Built - 1975 Year Remodeled - 1991 additional Property Description - Welcome To Kinparo A Deluxe Tropical Resort Nestled Amidst An Atmosphere Of San-In-Kaigan National Park. Overlooking The Spectacular View Of Japan Sea With

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Hotel Kinparo

1090Seto, Toyooka Hyogo,Toyooka,JP,Japan
#8 of 123 hotels in Toyooka
Overall Rating 4.5Rating from 66 reviews
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Traveller Type business(5) couples(5) solo(0) family(46) friends(2)

What People are saying

Worth it for the view + fantastic onsen

brendalahon 16/04/2017 15:36

1. Fantastic onsen - clean , plush and with a view to die for
2. Gorgeous setting on a cliff overlooking the sea
3. Good Japanese style rooms - very large by Japanese standards. Lobby feels a bit old and grubby but once you get to the room it feels very homely.
4. Nice cosy in house Japanese restaurant 5. Good aquarium next door - handy if you need to entertain kids

1. Out of town - they run a few shuttles to the town during the day. However we went out for an early dinner and it was a bit of a challenge finding a taxi to get back to the hotel. Cab ride to the town and back is not cheap.
2. Breakfast shuts at 9am which is a bit early if you want to have a late start

Overall definitely worth it

Unparalleled location. Gorgeous ocean view

thomas8510on 13/04/2017 00:53

The location is the feature unparalleled in this big vacation hotel with considerable scale. The hotel is right on the cliff by the Sea of Japanese. Looking out from the hotel is a gorgeous ocean view.
At afternoon, I sat in the spacious and tall lobby with a cup of coffee and enjoyed the beautiful sunset. The scene was exactly like the name of the hotel, Golden Wave. This wonderful experience was already worth the charge.
The hotel room was huge and comfortable. The outdoor spa was right by the sea. It was enjoyable to indulge in both the spa and the sea view at the same time. However, one disadvantage was the noise from the neighboring Marine Park.
There was a big gift shop with a variety of selections in the hotel. Although the shop lacked high-end stuff, one could indeed pick up lots of souvenirs here to fill up one's suitcase, too.
Their meal was about average. We had Mastuba crab set for dinner, which was prepared in an ordinary but not spectacular way. Upon the recommendation of the restaurant’s website, we ordered an extra dish of steamed Wagyu(黒毛和牛の蒸シャブ), yet it was overcooked and disappointing.
Furthermore, the staff was attentive. Before visiting, I contacted the Ryokan via email arranging details, and they were responsive and helpful.
All in all, Kinparo is a pleasant choice for family vacations.

它的餐點普通,我們的晚餐是以松葉蟹為主的會席,但料理手法沒有太令人驚艷。我們加點了一道他們網站推薦的蒸和牛( 黒毛和牛の蒸シャブ),有點失望,肉蒸得太老。

Magnificent Views!

lowzipon 09/03/2017 21:26

First off, the pictures you see of this hotel doesn't lie. The views are absolutely stunning. That alone made it worth it for me. Gazing at the sea from my room while sipping on the provided green tea was a very soothing experience. Service is also very good and attentive, which is what you would expect given the high price.

Facilities-wise, it's not a new building, and it shows. Some things like tables and such look quite worn out. And there's no free Wifi, so be prepared for that. The multi-course dinner was very good, but also very pricey. The breakfast buffet was very average though.

It's about a 10 minute car ride from Kinosaki station, but a complementary shuttle service is provided. Honestly, Kinosaki is supposed to be famous for it's 7 onsens. I hit 5 of the 7 public bath houses before I left, and I was left quite unimpressed. They were pretty bland, and the outdoor onsen this hotel offered with an ocean view was far better in my experience. And if you have time to kill, Kinosaki Marine World is literally next door, so you can always watch some seals perform some neat tricks (I was provided a voucher upon checking in).

Overall, a superb stay. High recommended.

Authentic Japanese style room with an amazing view!

Barrett Non 01/03/2017 05:32

Over the winter break, I decided to take a small trip up to Kinosaki for relaxation. Famous for onsen and crab, Kinosaki was on my list of places to visit in the Kansai region. After a decent train ride, I discovered myself in this quaint town bustling with sightseers. Luckily for me, I saw a shuttle bus with the name of the hotel on the side parked at the station. The driver spoke very little English, but my name was conveniently on his list and I got on. (I would suggest inquiring about the shuttle beforehand and not depend on sheer luck like myself, as the hotel is quite far from the actual city.) The hotel is breathtaking. Nestled right against the Sea of Japan, the view is spectacular. The staff spoke excellent English and checking in was a breeze. In traditional ryokan fashion, I was shown to my room and served tea. The view from the room was mesmerizing as I gazed out the window enjoying my tea. Eventually, I put on my yukata and explored the hotel. The bathhouse was refreshing after a days travel. I greatly enjoyed the cool winter air of the outdoor pool that overlooked the angry sea below. The feast I had for dinner was nothing short than marvelous. The package I choose included a 12 course meal consisting of every imaginable way to have crab and of course the regions popular wagyu beef. Add a couple 1 liter mugs of draft beer to the list and suffice to say I slept well on my futon that evening. The next day, I enjoyed a wonderful breakfast buffet before heading to the sea aquarium attached to some penguins and walruses lounging around. After checking out, I took the courtesy shuttle back to Kinosaki and was able to enjoy the other onsens and shops the little town has to offer.
Overall the experience was spectacular! I highly suggest anyone in the region to head to Kinosaki and enjoy Hotel Kinparo!

Spectacular views, great service

TravelEaDrinktRepeaton 20/07/2016 03:32

We were there for 3 days at the end of June.
The location is spectacular. Our room overlooks the ocean and we had stunning views. The hot bath was also very clean, spacious and had the same spectacular view of the ocean. The outdoor bath is one of the best onsen experiences I've had. The service was also excellent, when we were too tired to wake up for breakfast, the ladies brought a tray up for us.
We had a Japanese room and slept on tatami mats, which was a fun and novel experience for us (although I must say that it is not something we can sleep on for a long time).
However, the hotel is about a 10 mins car ride from Kinosaki Onsen. There are shuttles to town only in the morning and the only other way to and from is by taxi, which may be a wait. That meant that once we head out to Kinosaki Onsen, we pretty much stayed out there.
Other than the hotel and the Sea World next door, there was nothing else near the hotel.
Some of the furniture was fraying and I would recommend that the hotel fix those up as those as the finer details that makes a difference between good and very good.