Welcome to HOTEL ROUTE-INN ISE, your Ise “home away from home.” HOTEL ROUTE-INN ISE aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Ise, HOTEL ROUTE-INN ISE is located a short distance from Ise Shrine Geku (1.7 mi) and Tsukiyominomiya (1.8 mi).
HOTEL ROUTE-INN ISE is a budget friendly hotel offering a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk. Plus, guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Ise. For guests with a vehicle, parking is available.
If you are looking for a good Asian restaurant, you may want to check out Kawasakiya Udon, Magatamatei, or Nakamura while staying at HOTEL ROUTE-INN ISE.
If you are interested in exploring Ise, check out a , such as Ozaki Gakudo Statue.
HOTEL ROUTE-INN ISE puts the best of Ise at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Having come to Ise to visit Ise Shrine, while I had to work online, I needed a good internet access and selected this hotel. The building is new and super clean overall. It should have been perfect if the internet access was good, though the location is a bit away from Ise Shrine and the Ise stations. Two reasons why I give just three stars. 1. The most important thing - Internet access! Terrible. Wifi keeps falling, and I need to reset the Wifi on mobile and the laptop. VPN is no way. Zoom didn't work, either. Just pathetic. With the third call with the front desk, I got a router, which never had a Wifi signal and was useless. I ended up bringing out my Rakuten pocket router, and it was able to make my day, whew! I'm sure the hotel staff would help till I get the comfortable internet access. I tried but lost a patience after having called them three times (I was 7-minute late for my Zoom meeting, being hassled to get connected, that should be a good reason to take one star down, too).2. I wanted to use the big bathtub for a comfort from my long trip, but I got hesitated to pass through the front area and didn't go and use. The hotel allows the guests to wear Yukata and Tanzen to come to the bath, but I didn't want to. I don't get how the guests can be comfortable in Yukata in lobby. Even with my regular clothes, well, I couldn't imagine myself passing through the people at the front desk right after taking the bath... I've never seen a hotel with such a awful bathroom location, so one star down, definitely. お伊勢参りが目的で、でも仕事があるためこのホテルを予約しました。インターネットアクセスがマストなるも、結局使えず、セットアップに悪戦苦闘しただけ。ホテルのロケーションは町から離れており、インターネットアクセスの状態からして、結果として、このビジネスホテルにする必要はなかったです。…
We stayed two nights at this hotel June to visit Ise Shrine and Shima area. It was far from the JR Iseshi station, and the best way to get there is taking taxi (1300 - 1500 yen) from JR Iseshi station as buses and the closest JR station is infrequent. We had four people in our party so the bus fare would been about the same as taxi from Iseshi station. They offer free shuttle service to go to the station from the hotel several times in the morning. The number of seats are limited to nine and it needs to be reserved at check-in, but we were pretty much the only ones who took it on both days. When we checked in we were given a choice of rooms upstairs or downstairs as they don’t have an elevator. The rooms were very clean and seemed relatively new. We didn’t try the restaurant at the hotel but there was a supermarket right next to the hotel, and a convenience store across the busy street. There were other restaurants short walk from the hotel along the busy street. Our stay included breakfast, which offered mainly Japanese style food but also some bread, fresh veggies, eggs and yogurt. There is a free onsen near the front desk, I didn’t try but my family did and said it was very nice and clean. I used washer and dryer in onsen changing area. It worked pretty well. The staff were very nice and pleasant, and we had a very nice stay. …
The structure reminded be of a typical US style Inn. There was ample parking in the rear of the hotel. Overall the hotel was very clean. The bathroom was small and like any hotel in Japan the room and bed was also small. There was public bath that was a nice touch. There was a grucery store Baskin Robbins and Seven Elevan across the street and walking distance to a few restaurants including McDonald's and KFC. Breakfast was included and available in the restaurant located in the lobby. It was a newer and clean hotel. The downside was it's location and lack of attraction or entertainment in the area.
Typically small (by North American standards) western-style room, with a single double bed, the usual in-room amenities, an excellent public bath for hotel guests, and an equally excellent breakfast buffet that had guests lined up early in the morning to eat unlimited portions of both Japanese and western food. The wide variety of food available at breakfast may have something to do with the fact that the restaurant also serves lunch and dinner meals throughout the day. My wife and I had a satisfactory 2-night stay at this hotel, although it is more appropriately described as a motel due to its accessibility by road/highway. We came by train to Ise from Nagoya using a Japan Rail Pass. When we got there, we discovered that this property was well outside of town, two stops down the train line that we came in on (but where our train did not stop because ours was a limited express train and not a local). Taking a local train from Ise you can get off at Miyagawa Station and walk about a mile to the Route-Inn. It is paved all the way and flat, so not too strenuous. You will have to go back into Ise to catch a bus for sightseeing or use your Rail Pass to reach any of the other local stations along the line. We recommend a bus pass to visit the important Shinto sites in the area.…