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Hotels in Kesennuma Reviews

Hotel Route-Inn Kesennuma Chuo Inter
4/517 Reviews
Hotel along bypass in the suburbs of Kesennuma. Business hotel but low-rise building and large bath and facilities are comfortable. The room type is also cheap and the room is large and nice for the out bus and there is no bathroom. The public bath is also available from midnight 2 and early morning 5, so there is no problem without a bus. There was no transfer and it was about 1600 yen by taxi from Kesennuma station. The meal and dinner were half Viking and the content was not bad. Basically, it is a fixed content, so it may be a little insufficient in the case of a drinking system in a local specialty.
La'Gent Inn Kesennuma
3.8/527 Reviews
Stayed for a reconstruction volunteer in Sendai. We stayed for 3 nights. The parking lot and the people staying 々 were full of reconstruction related civil engineering. The hotel itself was a simple makeup like a prefabrication, but it was a convenient hotel with everything in place. There is a shower in the room, but there is also a little big bath, and there is also a coin laundry. The dining room had a regular meal every day and it was very delicious. The breakfast changed the menu every day and was very satisfied. I ate rice at the hotel once at night, but it was very delicious. I want to stay again.
Hotel Pearl City Kesennuma
3.8/515 Reviews
It is in front of the station, but the place to eat seems to be concentrated in the port and I was troubled by the place to eat. I heard at the front desk and went to some but I didn't feel pat. I bought lunch boxes and made dinner because there was a supermarket, but it seems to be good at the hotel, and why did not introduce me? Other points are 〇: shaving is cream & lotion, TV is off timer, curtain length is long and light shielding performance is good ✖: shaving itself is not used, air conditioner is noisy, Large and bright gaps under the door It's a cost-effective thing to put a narrow trunk.

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Guide for Travelling in Kesennuma

Book your hotel on Trip.com for an amazing travel experience. Book hotels in Kesennuma via the Trip.com website or app, it's easy and hassle-free. Kesennuma may not be a metropolis, but there are still great hotel options on Trip.com. Kesennuma is not a big city. When traveling here, you can choose to stay in hotels around the city center.

Kesennuma does not have civilian airport. You can fly into a nearby city and come here using another method of transportation. Travelers from all over the country often take the train to Kesennuma to spend their vacations or attend conferences.

There are not many hotels in Kesennuma. Guests are advised to book in advance. Kesennuma has high quality and low-priced hotels. You can spend one night at a nice hotel for only 93 SGD. There are 3 three-star hotels in Kesennuma at an average price of 68 SGD per night. There are 3 two-star hotels in Kesennuma at an average price of 55 SGD per night. Unique local hotels in Kesennuma provide guests a unique and fresh feeling. Sun Marine Kesennuma Hotel Kanyo in Kesennuma is a favorite among Trip.com users. Many tourists also stay at Hotel Route-Inn Kesennuma.

There are quite a few famous attractions in downtown Kesennuma, such as Kesennuma Fukko Shotengai. If you want to spend a fun vacation with your family, locals recommend visiting Karakuwa Peninsula Visitor Center - Tsunami Taikenkan. The most popular attractions for tourists in Kesennuma are Rias Shark Museum, Kesennuma Port, Karakuwa Peninsula.

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