Hotel Resol Trinity Kanazawa

Address: 1-18 Musashimachi, Kanazawa, Ishikawa, Chubu, 920-0855 , Japan | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Kanazawa Station area of Kanazawa, is near Kenrokuen Garden, Kanazawa Castle, Nagamachi District, and Nomura Samurai House.
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          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
           

          TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Resol Trinity Kanazawa

          Reviewed by jandwinjapan

          Good rooms, bad wifi

          Reviewed Sep 30, 2015
          by (8 reviews) , Netherlands Flag of Netherlands

          The lobby and rooms are very spacious and look fantastic. However the wifi does not work when too many guests are connected.

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

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Resol Trinity Kanazawa

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
           

          Travel Blogs from Kanazawa

          Castles, Gardens and Geisha Streets

          A travel blog entry by nreid on Oct 29, 2015

          44 photos

          ... the Kanazawa Castle and Kenrokuen Gardens. It looked very crowded at first, with lots of tour groups, but we soon got away from all that havoc and found peaceful spaces to enjoy.

          The castle construction showed superb craftsmanship. Some of it had been destroyed by fire and expertly rebuilt from old drawings. It is larger than we expected and the grounds and structures kept in immaculate ...

          Geishas and Gardens

          A travel blog entry by nreid on Oct 28, 2015

          17 photos

          ... with the heavy lifting. Japan is efficient in many ways, but it also appears to be into job creation, with it sometimes taking up to 4 people just to halt traffic so one vehicle can cross a driveway across a busy footpath. And they love a uniform, regardless of the role, even a parking attendant gets a uniform.

          A few general observations before we get to Kanazawa:
          1. You rarely see litter bins (or as the Japanese call ...

          Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route

          A travel blog entry by ptoj on Oct 06, 2015

          We took the train to Shinano Omachi, then bus to Ogizawa and scrambled over Mt kurobedairi and Mt Tateyama, arrived in Toyama that night Amazing mountains and autumn leaves. Had Japanese tempura set meal for lunch - ok but too many vegetables, not enough prawns. Worse pasta ever for dinner. But we found Tim Tams, Nutella and bread sticks in a ...

          Kanazawa

          A travel blog entry by drmom on Jul 31, 2015

          20 photos

          ... and panoramas. The garden is beautiful…but different than we think of with American or European gardens. Emphasis is on greenery and water, rather than our usual emphasis on flowers. That said, in the spring they do have cherry blossoms and plum blossoms along with irises. The garden includes some trees that are 100+ years old and the oldest fountain in Japan (1861…not fancy, simply an upward spout of water). It is definitely a place worth visiting.
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          Kanazawa

          A travel blog entry by stephpalmer on Jul 09, 2015

          15 photos

          ... only built 15 years ago on the original footprint and using traditional techniques. Afterwards we had an hour or so in some beautiful and peaceful gardens before heading off to visit a samurai's house. I'm really enjoying the old architecture and getting to imagine how people lived in the time of shoguns, samurai and geisha. Dinner was a Katsu curry. Finally Japanese food I can say I genuinely ...