The price is NT$2,104 per night from Jun 5 to Jun 6NT$2,104
Jun 5 - Jun 6
0.29 km from city center
4.4/5 Wonderful! (160 reviews)
"I often stay at hotels of dormy inn groups and this was as good as others. The room was clean, cozy, and well functioning, the breakfast's also good. But I think that the temperature of hot spring and sauna was a little low to me."
The price is NT$3,920 per night from May 22 to May 23NT$3,920
May 22 - May 23
8.41 km from city center
4.9/5 Exceptional! (21 reviews)
"Wonderful lodging on the grounds of a Buddhist temple. The room was huge and very lovely. My back is still not used to sleeping in Japanese-style futons so my sleep was disrupted a bit. I ended up waking early enough to do the 7am zazen meditation at the temple next door and felt great to disconnect ..."
Kiyomizu House: This Takasaki vacation home rental is located on a river and has a furnished patio, a terrace, and a barbecue grill to put you at ease in your new surroundings. It has 5 bedrooms as well as a kitchen with a full-sized fridge, a stovetop, and a microwave, so you can cook with friends or family. Kick off your shoes and enjoy yourself with a private yard and an arcade game room. See all vacation rentals in Takasaki.
Yes, most hotel bookings are fully refundable if you cancel before the hotel’s cancellation deadline, which often is within 24-48 hours of your arrival date. If you have a reservation that's non-refundable, you might be able to cancel it and receive a refund within a 24-hour period of booking. Filter your search by free cancellation to find flexible hotel deals in Takasaki.
Based on our travel expertise, New Akagi is a top hotel for history seekers booking on Expedia and it features parking. Also notable landmarks to visit include Haruna Shrine, Shorinzan Daruma-ji Temple, and Minowa Castle. See more options for historical stays in Takasaki.
"Wonderful lodging on the grounds of a Buddhist temple. The room was huge and very lovely. My back is still not used to sleeping in Japanese-style futons so my sleep was disrupted a bit. I ended up waking early enough to do the 7am zazen meditation at the temple next door and felt great to disconnect from everything for a while. The breakfast prepared was delicious (well, except for the natto) and even our 3 year old enjoyed it. My husband was amazed with the place as well and talked about wanting to come back again for a couple of days the next time he’s able to take time off. Two thumbs way up for this place! "