Nishitetsu Inn Kochi Harimayabashi is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Kochi, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Ampan Man & Baikin Man Statue (0.0 mi) and Obiyamachi Itchome Shopping Street (0.2 mi), guests of Nishitetsu Hotel Kochi can easily experience some of Kochi's most well known attractions.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Nishitetsu Inn Kochi Harimayabashi features 24 hour front desk and a convenience store. In addition, as a valued Nishitetsu Inn Kochi Harimayabashi guest, you can enjoy breakfast that is available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to parking.
If you like Asian restaurants, Nishitetsu Hotel Kochi is conveniently located near Warayakitataki Myojimmaru, Senshu Nabeyaki Ramen, and Shimodaya.
Should time allow, Kochi Castle, Obiyamachi Ichibangai, and Kochi Castle Museum Of History are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Enjoy your stay in Kochi!
Lovely smiling staff with a useful amount of english. Room size was ok ( for Japan) Wifi was strong but flaky. We picked up a rental car after the first night and had our first expereince of a parking stacker. Very efficient. The location was good, we arrived by train and caught the tram to the hotel, all very manageable. Used laundry ok but not enough machines for the guests wanting to use them.
I’m here for the Yosakoi Festival and stayed in this hotel for one night. Room is clean. It’s not huge, but I seriously just slept here so it was enough space for me. The staff at the counter was super nice when I checked in. There are toiletries near the check in counter that you can grab before heading to your room. A convenience store is attached to the hotel on the first floor, and there are many restaurants nearby. There’s a hot water pot in the room so I was able to make coffee in the room (I bought instant coffee at the convenience store), but the hotel does have free coffee in the lobby. I just wanted to be lazy in the morning. They do have green tea bags in the room. There is also a cell phone in the room for their guests to use during their stay at this hotel. I will definitely stay here again! …
Attended a convention at Kochi Japan and was booked by a travel agency for my 5 days stay at Nishitetsu Inn. Looked at the previous reviews and was told that it was clean and the location was ideal for a tourist. Pros: Staff was courteous. Location was good. Plenty of nearby restaurants. Cons: I was given a smoking room and I am allergic to smoke. The odor was so strong it is as if I am the one smoking. (Must be the central ventilation). I requested if I can be transferred on a later time or date but to no avail. Was told it was fully booked even if I can see guests leaving (checking out) on the succeeding dates. A day or two does matter. Room was small around 3.5x5m (includes the bathroom) with a very small window. Not ideal if you are a bit claustrophobic. Was given a meal ticket for breakfast. On the last day, I noticed that I lacked 1 stub. Told the front desk of my concern and was initially being asked to pay. They eventually gave one after saying that I will just write something about it.…
Placed in the restaurant district close to the Sunday market and Kochi Castle Having said that the hotel is impersonal with little contact with staff - you pick up your room toiletries in the foyer - nothing in the rooms Rooms are clean and functional but small the shower in a high bath is a problem
The hotel is located in the center of Kochi city. From the hotel, Kochi castle and Kochi castle history museum, shopping streets, Ryoma's birth place, good local restaurants are all walking distance. You can take trams to go to the castle if you are tired of walking, the tram stop is just 30 sec away from the hotel. If you want to go to Katsurahama and Ryoma museum, you will need to take a bus. The bus station to Katsurahama is also 30 sec walk. Even though the hotel is located in the center of the city, you don't hear noise in the night. Ah, yes you are not in Manhattan NY, so the city is not busy in the night. After 9PM, there are few cars outside. The room is small, just like NY hotels, you don't have space to open your suite case on the floor, but i could manage it. Breakfast area is also small and it gets crowded if you want to take it at 6:30, but they don't stay long, so you will find a seat if you wait 5-10 minutes, while you are taking food from buffet area. I think there is an option not to include breakfast in your plan. There are not so many breakfast alternatives around the hotel, but you can just buy bread and coffee at the convenience store in the first floor. The best thing in this hotel is that they offer FREE smartphone during your stay. Yes, it is free of charge. You can even call international. you can take the smartphone outside and look up maps, search interesting points, and restaurants. it is just 10 minutes Kochi station, if you have a big suite case, you might want to take a cab or a tram, but if you have only carry-on bags, it is easy flat walk from the station. This hotel is better than the hotels in front of Kochi station. very conveniently located.…
We just spent one night in this hotel. It is located just beside the arcade shopping steet with shops and restaurant. It is also not so far from castle, as the hotel is in the center of the city. There is also a parking just beside.
very convenient location, best value for money (especially since Nishitetsu Inn is located next to and in the midst of Hariyamabashi!), great laundry facilities, convenience store in the hotel, loads of restaurants and shops around the hotel, also the main bus lines stop around the corner.
Good sized room, helpful staff, next to tram stop, close to markets, close to train station. An ideal place to stay in beautiful Kochi. This hotel is at a major road intersection where trams and buses all stop. Ideal for travellers without a car.
Nishitetsu has impressed with a line of business hotels which offer just a bit more flair than the usual business hotel Spartan drabness. The Kochi branch continues that flair. I had a friendly and quick check- in and was given Room 1223, a double bed room looking north towards the main train station. The room was clean, bright and well- organized. There were not so many amenities in the room, since they put them in the lobby and between check- in and elevator, you can choose what you want to use from a wide range, a good idea. The bed was comfortable and the room was very quiet, no noise from the outside or from neighbors. The bathroom was a bit smaller than usual, even for a business hotel, and the tub was so small that I could not have sat upright with my legs stretched forward. But it was spotlessly clean and everything worked well. Breakfast is in the back of a Lawson conbini adjacent to the lobby. It’s an excellent buffet, with the traditional Japanese items and additionally fried noodles with cabbage, fried eggs, and a really good battered fried fish. The fried fish didn’t look like much but the taste reminded me of my fave Cambridge chippie on Mill Road. And yes, it’s great for breakfast ;-) I had to hold back or I would have stuffed myself. The setting is along the restored canal. The bridge which gives the hotel and neighborhood its name is also adjacent to the hotel. There is an arcade just a wink north, but even on a Saturday evening there was not much going on – it has seen better days, and hopefully the Nishitetsu , canal restoration along its modest length and other projects will help revive the arcade, too. There is a wonderful Bonito restaurant in the arcade. The hotel is also at the cross of a couple of tram lines, and very near the airport limo bus. If you want to walk from the main train station, it’s 800m, not so far and a straight path from the station, very easy. All in all, it’s an excellent value, great location and worth considering.…
This typical Japanese business hotel is strategically located in the center of Kochi, close to the airport bus terminal and directly at the Harimaya bridge (see fotos). A large covered shopping arcade is also only a few steps away so you don't have to fear those rainy days. The room was small but functional and the bed even was spacious and comfortable. As is customary in Japanese hotels a free toothbrush with toothpaste is provided daily. Other amenities (razor; comb; shower cap etc) can be picked up free of charge in the lobby. There one will also find a large convenience store (Lawson) with a seating area. Several street cars (trams) and busses have their stops right in front or across the street from the hotel.