See why so many travellers make Toba Saichoraku their hotel of choice when visiting Toba. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Old Residence of Seihaku Irako (1.2 mi) and Seagull Promenade (1.3 mi), guests of Toba Saichoraku can easily experience some of Toba's most well known attractions.
Rooms at Toba Saichoraku provide a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Toba Saichoraku guests have access to baggage storage. You can also enjoy a pool and an on-site restaurant. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Toba Saichoraku.
While you’re here, be sure to check out Musea, Toba Aquarium, one of the pubs that can be found in Toba, which is a short distance from Toba Saichoraku.
If you are interested in exploring Toba, check out one of the lighthouses, such as Sugasima Lighthouse and Gaisaki Lighthouse.
At Toba Saichoraku, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Toba.
Chose to stay at the Toba Yukai Resort as it is one of the only properties I haven't stayed at. A shuttle service is offered from Nagoya but the return JR train fare works out quicker and cheaper and there is a shuttle service from Toba station to the hotel every 30 minutes from about 1.45 pm (please check with the hotel for exact times) The hotel is about a 7 minute drive from Toba station. The hotel looks out over the water from most angles but also looks out over the car park and the little port. Beautiful sunrise views from the room on the 3rd floor but the room got so hot due to the number of windows...so the air-conditioning was vital even though it was very cold outside. The room was large but not particularly well re-furbished especially the bathroom and sink areas.Also the room was very smoky and even with the windows open for long periods it wasn't possible to get rid of the smell. The indoor bath is on the B5 floor so from a room on the 3rd floor it took a while to reach the bath and this was also true from the room to the dining area. The dining room was large and in this hotel there were English signs to explain what each dish was which is a great improvement on the other Yukai Resort properties. The staff were not able to speak English so as with most Yukai resorts some basic Japanese is vital to enjoy your stay. All in all good value for money as always but not the nicest Yukai Resort. The location is very isolated so make sure to stock up on any snacks/drinks you require at the station before getting on the shuttle!…
We were lucky to travel with Japanese friends as the staffs here hardly speaks english. But we managed quite well and we really enjoyed our stay. Rooms are Japanese style with sliding doors, a great view over the bay and futons which are set up in the evenings. There is a buffet for breakfast and dinner, mostly local with a great choice of seafood and fish. But you can also find pasta. Can recommend this nice hotel with local touch and spacious rooms.