See why so many travellers make Business Hotel Hane Ise Inter their hotel of choice when visiting Ise. 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.
While staying at Business Hotel Hane Ise Inter, visitors can check out Tsukiyomi-no Miya (1.7 mi) and Ninja Samurai Kingdom -Ise (2.0 mi), some of Ise's top attractions.
Rooms at Business Hotel Hane Ise Inter offer air conditioning providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
24 hour front desk is one of the conveniences offered at this hotel. If you are driving to Business Hotel Hane Ise Inter, free parking is available.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Ise's popular okonomiyaki & takoyaki restaurants such as Sakura and Hanabishi, all a short distance from Business Hotel Hane Ise Inter.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Yamato-hime Shrine (1.2 mi), Jingu Chokokan Museum (1.1 mi), or Matsuo Kanonji Temple (0.7 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
At Business Hotel Hane Ise Inter, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Ise.
To visit the famous Ise Jingu shrine, I booked this place without knowing it is a long train ride to Ise station and no restaurants and store around. The check in staff wasn’t friendly. No suggestions for any places to eat. The room is not too small but it smelled cigarette smoke even though it was nonsmoking room. The room looked shabby though the linen and towels were clean and new. There are TV, mini fridge, hair dryer. AC worked fine. There is a big public bath room but only for men. In the morning, they serve a free buffet Japanese and western style breakfast service but don’t expect too much. It’s like you get what you pay for. The checkout staff, a lady, was nice and courteous. The check in male staff should learn from her. Also there is no signage in the outside when you come from the JR Isuzugaoka station. …
Our first time in Ise. City was full, no acomodations available downtown. I ended up booking Hotel Hane on “Booking”. At a very beat rate of one forty US per night. When we arrived in Ise central station by train, we realized we needed to take another bus-or train to go the 5 miles hane is from dowtown. Arriving at the hotel huge signs advertise the room for fifty US a night. I felt bad...hotel is like I always imagined a hotel would be in north Korea. 5 story building. From the fifties. Pink paperwalls. Yellowish plastic bathrooms. Old, old carpet used to the floor. Our room on the second floor has one window that opens in the basement of another building. Zero sunlight. Never. Spooky hotel. Nownthere are some positives, beds are comfortable, water is hot and flows strong. Japanese breakfast is good. All said the most expensive one star motel I ever booked.…
the location of hotel not far from station, but this stasion does not looks like station at all, you get free breakfast, free wifi, spacious hotel room. but nothing around hotel.. nothing at all... very quite
It is not a fancy hotel but with a good value in a small town away from busy Ise city, especially when it is difficult to book an accommodation in Ise city. The hotel is closed to the railway stop but took a while to find it as there is no sign nearby. The room was surprisingly bright and quiet although it is closed to the roads. I especially like their little pot and the heating device which does not take much space and convenient to use. The staff is very friendly and honest. The breakfast is very simple but convenient. I like the coffee they have. However, the seats are limited. So when there are many people, the staff would kindly ask people not to stay too long in the dining hall. The train takes about 30 mins to one hour for either direction. It is important to be there early to catch the train. The train fare can be paid on the train in the first cabin which has a machine to change notes (limited to 1000 yen) to coins. Note that checking in time is 3pm. So if arriving early, there is a small coffee shop with karaoke to spend time listening to people singing. Their coffee comes with dessert. Very interesting and nice, especially in a cold winter day.…