Hotel Yassa is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Mihara, offering many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Hotel Yassa is a hotel offering a refrigerator and air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk, newspaper, and baggage storage. Plus, guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Mihara. For guests with a vehicle, parking is available.
Nearby landmarks such as Mt. Fudekage Observatory (1.6 mi) and Itosaki Shrine (2.1 mi) make Hotel Yassa a great place to stay when visiting Mihara.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Aura, which is a French restaurant that is popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Mihara Port (0.1 mi), Ruins of Mihara Castle (0.1 mi), or Takakage Square (0.2 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
Enjoy your stay in Mihara!
Yassa Hotel is right across from Mihara Station. Bus to Hiroshima Airport is nearby too! Room size is adequate to even place a small table & chair! You get free helping to the toiletries! Staff are really friendly & willing to help. Found this GEM from fellow travellers’ reviews! Must stay if you plan to visit Rabbits Island!
Location is right in front of JR Mihara Station, the hotel is literally a minute away. First I headed out to Setoda port, then spent overnight in this quaint hotel. Mihara is laidback, there is Yamada Denki (electronics store) and lots of tako (octopus) food elsewhere. My room was on the 5th floor I can spot incoming shinkansen and the atmosphere maybe bleak but I enjoyed the mountains and tranquility of Mihara. If you've plans in going to Tadanoumi early morning rather than getting powernaps in shinkansen, this hotel is your safest bet!
My family and I spent two nights in lovely Mihara in order to visit nearby Okunoshima, aka "Rabbit Island."I wouldn't say that this hotel is super comfortable: our room for three people was small with an equally small bathroom. It was warm in there, too, especially because we didn't know how to use the portable AC (I am sure I could have asked the staff but didn't want to bother them.) On the other hand, you can't beat the location, right across from Mihara train station. It's a lovely area, particularly at night. The neighborhood looks as if it were composed of several pedestrian streets, although they are not. Charming seafood restaurants abound, namely two of them right next to the Yassa hotel. Great staff. Free laundry facilities. I truly enjoyed our stay there.
Small rooms, generally clean, classic business hotel breakfast options where not very delicious price was pretty high compare to other places who offer more. Would not be my first choice if I had to go there again but than again also not the last one. The whole experience in a word mediocre.
On a work trip, with early starts, strange hours, and in a town with very limited English speaking population, the hotel did their utmost to be helpful. Early tray breakfast was provided on advance request. One member of staff had effective english, and made sure my advance requet was implemented - and tried to help when required. But the rest of the saff did their very best to be helpful and friendly, even with only one or two english words (and a phone call to a colleague!). Don't get me wrong, this is not 5* accommocation, it's a couple of stars, maybe three. But it's clean and competent if a little dowdy and - well - beige! The staff cannot be faulted for positive attitude and that makes the biggest difference when you roll up in a strange (and fairly small) town in a foreign culture for only a few days on a work trip. And to be honest, this attitude extended to pretty much most of the ;ocal people the team met whilst in Mihara - they just tried to be helpful and positive despite the language and culture barriers. What a refreshing change from some other places I've been. Would I come back? Yes, if I ever need to be in Mihara again. Therare other hotels there and some are reportedly just as good, but this is fine too.…