Finding an ideal onsen ryokan in Kobe does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Kanpo no Yado Arima, a nice option for travellers like you.
Rooms at Kanpo no Yado Arima offer air conditioning providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with wifi.
Newspaper, a gift shop, and currency exchange are some of the conveniences offered at this onsen ryokan. An on-site restaurant will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Kanpo no Yado Arima, parking is available.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Arima Inari Shrine (0.1 mi) and Arima Honkaido (0.2 mi), guests of Kanpo no Yado Arima can easily experience some of Kobe's most well known attractions.
While in Kobe, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Kanpo no Yado Arima, including Takenaka Meat (0.2 mi), Dosanjin Arima (0.1 mi), and Kinchan (0.6 mi).
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Arima Onsen (0.2 mi), Arima River Kasen Shinsui Park (0.3 mi), and Tenjin Sengen (0.2 mi), which are all within walking distance of the onsen ryokan.
Kanpo no Yado Arima puts the best of Kobe at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
I can't fault this hotel. It may not be as fancy as some but this hotel is a genuine Japanese experience, with a beautiful mineral hot spring right in the hotel. On cold mornings and evenings, it is glorious. I included the Breakfast and Dinner set in my accommodation booking, and the staff and the food were faultless. The language barrier was more than overcome by the willingness of the staff to meet every need that you could hope for.....they were the genuine example of Japanese hospitality and warmth. Genuine tatami Japanese room was relaxing and very clean, with attentive room attendants. Overall value for money, with an genuine Japanese experience that money can't buy. The township of Arima is beautiful, but this hotel is located at the top of the mountain, providing a picturesque view of the town and the surrounding nature. Just wished I had booked a room on the upper floors (above level 4) to enjoy the view more. Thanks for such a wonderful insight into the Japanese onsen culture.…
We stayed at several Ryokans or hotelsin in Arima. Among them it is not bad, but not so good. To tell the truth we always stay at some Ryokan close to this lodging. It is awesome in everything such as the bath, the meals and the service. I feel sorry for comparing here with there. But I can say this lodging is not better than the hotel, although the fare is almost same (probably the hotel is cheaper in price than this lodging. The superior point of this lodging is not to pay cancel fee even on the day of the stay. Most hotels and inns require cancel fee from three days or four days before the stay.
This is basically a Japanese ryokan with beautiful Japanese tatami style rooms. It boasts an onsen with the famous Arima golden soup. Unlike in other traditional onsen ryokans that I've stayed in, breakfast is modern buffet style, while dinner is taken in a restaurant in the hotel, not in your own room. Good was good, though not as lavish as some I've had in other parts of japan. The location is quite a distance from the train station, though still within walking distance, about 20 minutes. However, I wouldn't recommend that you walk to the hotel from the station with a heavy luggage as it is up slope all the way and the way is not so obvious. You can call them and they will come and pick you up, or I suppose you could get the tourist information centre to help you call. I couldn't be bothered and jumped into a taxi straight out of the train station and it cost me 680 yen. However, the hotel is very near to the Arima onsen ropeway station from Mt. Rokko. I spent a morning up Mt Rokko, the scenarios were great and the ride up from Arimaonsen was very enjoyable and scenic. Nobody speaks English here. It wasn't a problem for me but you should probably brush up on your onsen etiquette first because unlike other places such as the ryokans in Kinosaki, this hotel does not provide any instructions for foreigners on onsen etiquette.…