Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Ozu-machi, Vessel Hotel Kumamoto Airport is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its charming environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Vessel Hotel Kumamoto Airport makes it easy to enjoy the best of Ozu-machi.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and you can stay connected during your stay as Ozu-machi Sleep Inn offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk, room service, and baggage storage. Plus, Sleep Inn Kumamoto offers free breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While visiting Ozu-machi, you may want to try some bento at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Hotto Motto Ozu Hikinomizu.
Looking for something to do in Ozu-machi? Daigan-ji Temple (0.8 mi) and Toshine Shrine (0.9 mi) are some popular attractions that are within walking distance of Sleep Inn Kumamoto.
Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Vessel Hotel Kumamoto Airport is sure to make your visit to Ozu-machi one worth remembering.
This is a standard business hotel. Its rooms are basic, but clean and comfortable with a good shower. We appreciated that there was a laundry room upstairs so we could wash our clothes. The breakfast was just average.
The lobby was clean and coffee is available after check in. The room is comfortable and much larger size bedroom and bathroom compared to other hotels in Japan. Breakfast place is clean and the food option is simple but enough.
I stay in this hotel for many days, and the room is very spacious and comfortable. The people working there are very nice. The location of Vessel Hotel is very good, has near supermarket, restaurants, gym, etc ... I would recommend this hotel to anyone ...
For the "Silver Week" holiday, I took a small vacation to Kumamoto with my wife and eight other family members. We spent a lot of time in the Mt. Aso area but in actuality most of the time was spent in the car sitting in long traffic jams. When it came time to check in to the hotel, I was just hoping for a comfortable bed and nothing more. Imagine my surprise upon arriving at this delightful hotel. My brother-in-law booked the hotel but we weren't expecting anything fancy thanks to the low price but the Vessel Hotel turned out to be one of the best business hotels I've ever stayed in in Japan. The outside and lobby were immaculately clean, though the lobby itself is a bit small. The parking lot wasn't too big but was far larger than many other hotels. Even better is the fact that it's free to park. The ten of us stayed in five rooms on two different floors. My wife and I were on the fifth floor in a nice corner room. And it truly was nice. FAR more spacious than the average business hotel. It appears that they saved a lot of space by installing the washroom sink and mirror outside of the washroom, leaving only the toilet and shower inside. This allows for not only a larger room space but a bigger mirror, sink and even a more spacious tub for the shower. It eliminated the cramped feel of a of these things that usually accompany a stay in a business hotel and I hope more hotels adopt this design in the future. The room came furnished with the standard items: desk, mini fridge, TV, etc. as well as an air purifier, which is the first time I've come across one in a business hotel. The hotel has drink, noodle and cigarette vending machines on the first and sixth floors as well as washing machines and dryers. The complimentary breakfast was good, featuring a combination of western and Japanese choices (including horse meat, the local Kumamoto delicacy). The breakfast area, while not small, did fill up quickly. Likely there were a lot more guests due to the long holiday weekend but the open seats were few and far between. If you travel with a large group as I did during a high travel season, don't expect to sit together. There are a variety of restaurants nearby as well as some convenience stores. Plus it's located on a large road with easy access to central Kumamoto City. The only real complaint I have is not the fault of the hotel but just its location: it is very difficult to make a right turn when leaving the hotel. This is due to the wide, busy road and the nearby traffic light stays green for a long time so the cars seem to never stop coming. Plus, due to the concrete divider in the center of the road, it's difficult to see how far you'd have to drive before making a u-turn if you were to go left. In summary, this hotel was packed with a ton of great surprises at a great price. It is by far the best business hotel experience I've had and I'd gladly stay there again. …
Stayed 2 nights in Vessel Hotel. Compared to Intercontinental Grand Yokohama, triple expensive than this hotel, I would say I like this hotel much better in many ways. Bed was comfortable, and breakfast was great. Most bang for a buck. Highly recommendable hotel.