GUEST ROOMS

The rooms combine a refined elegance with modern practical amenities for a relaxing and comfortable stay.

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Authentic Italian restaurant looking out over the courtyard

The main dining area features an authentic Italian atmosphere along with an open kitchen and counter for enjoying the chefs at work.There is also a dedicated space for group seating.

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Public Bath equipped with sauna offers relief from travel weariness.

On the 2nd floor of the hotel, there is a public bath and sauna, allowing guests to relax in a large bathing facility and soothe away the weariness of travel. The men's facility has a large bath and dry sauna, while the ladies' facility has a large bath and mist sauna.

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    Ikuta Shrine

    Kobe has a classical multicultural flavor due to the presence of China Town, the Foreign Residence Area and the Former Foreign Settlement. The stylish streetlife is near at hand, while the hotel's location also makes it a suitable base for business travelers.

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    Kitano Ijinkan Area

    A quaint district at the foot of the Rokko mountain range, the area contains several museums showing how early foreign merchants who settled in Japan used to live, as well as cafes and other interesting shops. It is also a good place to view both the city of Kobe, and the sea in the distance. We recommend having a slow and leisurely walk around the Kitano Ijinkan area.[About 15 minutes on foot from Hotel Monterey Kobe]

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    China Town (Nankinmachi)

    One of the big 3 Chinatowns in Japan along with those in Yokohama and Nagasaki, you will find lots of shops, restaurants and food stalls lining the bustling streets. It is a popular location to enjoy some of the gourmet foods of Kobe. Furthermore, there are many souvenir shops offering a variety of interesting items.[About 15 minutes on foot from Hotel Monterey Kobe]

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    Kobe Harborland / Kobe Port Island

    Extending west from Kobe Port, the Kobe Harborland area offers a myriad of shopping, dining, and sightseeing options. 
    Meanwhile, the Kobe Port Island area is a modern, man-made island that is home to Kobe Airport, the Kobe Science Museum, Kobe Animal Kingdom, and more.
    [Kobe Harborland: near to JR Kobe Station;  Kobe Port Island: near to Naka-Koen Station on the Kobe Port Liner]

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    Mt. Maya (Kikuseidai Observation Deck)

    Mount Maya has been officially recognised as offering one of Japan's Top 3 Best Night Views.  The Kikuseidai viewing area offers views of the night lights of Kobe, stretching all the way to Osaka. The name Kikuseidai means an area where one can literally 'scoop up the stars', and the spectacular view is sure to leave you spellbound.[Take the bus / ropeway from Sannomiya Station]

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    Akashi Kaikyo Suspension Bridge

    The longest suspension bridge in the world, Akashi Kaikyo Bridge may seem to be far away from Sannomiya, but it can be reached in just 21 minutes via a JR Kobe Line express train. The charm of the Akashi Kaikyo Bridge lies in its magnificent scale and aesthetic beauty, as well as the picturesque landscape that surrounds it. In the evening, it is lit up in different colors based on the season, while the views in the daytime also vary with the seasons. Viewing it from Maiko Park is a further recommendation.[Maiko Park: about 5 minutes walk from JR Maiko Station]

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