Kanazawa New Grand Hotel Annex

Address: 4-1 Minamimachi, Kanazawa, Ishikawa, Chubu, 920-0916, Japan | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 4-1 Minamimachi, Kanazawa, is near Kenrokuen Garden, Kanazawa Castle, Nagamachi District, and Oyama Shrine.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsKanazawa New Grand Hotel Annex

    Reviewed by brettandjulie

    Great location and wonderful breakfast

    Reviewed Sep 9, 2014
    by (6 reviews) Buffalo, NY , United States Flag of United States

    This is a nice sized hotel in a great area. Easy walking to the market, restaurants and shopping. Breakfast was buffet style and was mostly traditional Japanese. They also allowed us to take breakfast in the main hotel right next door on the 12th floor, so we had great views of the city. The annex had a vending machine with soda, water and beer which was convenient. The staff did not speak English very well, but there was an English map of the city available. No laundry service available.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Kanazawa New Grand Hotel Annex

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

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