New Otani Kumamoto (Kumamoto)

New Otani Kumamoto (Kumamoto)
New Otani Kumamoto

country: Japan, city: Kumamoto (Kumamoto-shi)

New Otani Kumamoto New Otani KumamotoLocated approximately 40 minutes away from Kumamoto Airport, New Otani Kumamoto is close to JR Kumamoto station. The hotel offers 130 comfortable rooms and suites equipped with numerous modern amenities. The in house restaurant serves a wide variety of Japanese, Chinese and Continental cuisines. Recreation facilities include a sauna and spa.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Banquet facilities
Cocktail bar
Parking facilities
Room service
Private bathroom / Ensuite

Extra Information:
Distance to Kumamoto airport:|40 min by car

1-13-1 Kasuga
Kumamoto-shi 860-0047

International hotels. — Academic. 2010.

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