Agnes Hotel Plus

Address: 1-34 Terashimahonchonishi, Tokushima, Tokushima, Shikoku, 770-0831, Japan | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located in the Tokushima Station area of Tokushima.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsAgnes Hotel Plus Tokushima

        Reviewed by jhiscocks

        Modern and elegant

        Reviewed Oct 7, 2016
        by (31 reviews) Toronto , Canada Flag of Canada

        Clean, tidy and very nice. More amenities than I thought - there's an onsen, computers, and laundry in the adjoining building for customers of either hotel and excellent free breakfast included (coupon said continental but actually much nicer). Not really 'Japanese' style, but modern and quiet. Twin room had ensuite with nice tub and supplied bath salts.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

        TripAdvisor Reviews Agnes Hotel Plus Tokushima

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
         

        Travel Blogs from Tokushima

        To Tokushima

        A travel blog entry by jhiscocks on Oct 07, 2016

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        This morning we were up and out to catch the first of a long series of trains south to Tokushima, from which we will begin a section of the 88 temple pilgrimage tomorrow. The owner gave us a lift to the station, and I gave him a small Canadian pin as a thank-you for his hospitality and kindness. I spent the rest of the day staring out windows to …

        Tokushima Blogs - 2 - 4 May 2015

        A travel blog entry by donnellyramble on May 04, 2015

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        ... right?

        As we finished going round the fifth temple, Jizo-ji, it started to rain. Fortunately the bus stop wasn't far and we got there 10 minutes before the '1-an-hour' bus!

        We got back to our guest-house (the one that the Chinese lady in Takamatsu helped us book) to find the kind-but-firm old lady that runs it and her assistant had taken our bags up to our room for us. We always feel bad when other people go to lift our ...

        The Solitary Pilgrim

        A travel blog entry by skdude on Apr 01, 2015

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        ... br>
        The path I took wound through the countryside, took you through small towns, alongside orange groves and along a lot of roads. This walk would be more fun with more countryside, but this is a crowded place. People are friendly on the route and can be identified by their white tops and walking sticks with bells on. I saw a dread locked guy with what seemed like hundreds of bells pacing through one of the temples. He seemed very cool and self possessed.

        It took ...

        Trains and Gardens

        A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Oct 09, 2014

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        ... the smallest of the train museums that we had been to. There was the original bullet train from 1964. It had done over 10 million kilometres which is equivalent to circling the earth about 24 times. There was another "normal" local train there as well as a steam engine train. This was nothing compared with the other museums which had 15 trains or more on their premises.

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        Around Takamatsu

        A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Jul 21, 2014

        27 photos

        ... decided to go look at the "hidden" shrine as Shiho had not seen it before. Well that meant hundreds of more stairs. In +32 heat we definitely sweat on the way up but it did give us some good views of Takamatsu prefecture. This prefecture is the smallest in Japan. Since today was a national holiday, Mariners Day, this particular temple was important because it was built for the mariners. There was a ...