This was probably the most westernised hotel we stayed at during our tour of Shikoku. This meant that that the beds, chairs and tables were at a reasonable height (which being disabled, I was pleased to see). Although the hotel is in the modern part of the town, it is just round the corner from the Bikan, the historic area where you can wander quite happily for some time as well as eat at one of the many restaurants.
We went as a family independently but several Groups were staying here night we were at the hotel. We did not come across them but were asked to delay our breakfast until 8:30 AM so the Groups could eat before this time. The breakfast was fairly expensive. The staff were helpful and spoke EnglishMore
- Free Wifi