Nansuikaku Ryokan

      I would highly recommend booking a room which is called “FUKUCHI” if you are going to stay in here. *There are steep steps on the way to go to the room. The building tends to be old. But the room with the private nice opened air-bath is very clean, functional, and relaxed….

Agora Fukuoka Hilltop Hotel

        If you are going to stay in here, I would highly recommend booking a room on 6F as you can see nice sweeping views of Fukuoka city in good weather. The rooms on 1F and 2F have no views and you would feel uncomfortable. Actually it wouldn’t be worth staying at…

Roppokan Ryokan

    Actually this ryokan wouldn’t be luxury. However the ambience is very cozy, staff is helpful, food experience for dinner and breakfast is wonderful, and hot springs is also impeccable. On top of that, the ryokan has good value for money. The ryokan is absolutory a perfect venue if you are looking for a…

Fukahoritei Ryokan

        If you want to stay at a laidback country town in Fukuoka, I would highly recommend it. The property wouldn’t be luxury. The location wouldn’t be convenient, it takes around 60min by train from Fukuoka airport. However the ambience is really tranquil, cozy and relaxed. Surprisingly Each Room has 2 types…

Hotel Mori No Nanakusa

        The hotel features seven uniquely-styled rooms amid the verdant landscape and quiet, slow-moving atmosphere of a country town, all with cuisine made with local seafood and produce. You can enjoy a peaceful time at the luxurious hotel which is a slow life resort of 6.5 acres that has three restaurants and…

Akizuki Spa Ryokan Seiryuan

        The property is one of the best ryokans in Japan.  This is like a cultural museum.  We felt the luxury and authenticity at once.  If you are looking for a small authentic ryokan adventure, you must stay here.  The experience is pure Japan and should definitely be tried.  In particular, we…

Daimaru Bessou Ryokan

    If you plan to visit in Fukuoka, I would highly recommend staying at Daimaru Bessou. The location is good, just 30min by bus from Fukuoka airport, 20 min by train from Hakata station. The ryokan has a long history and the building is a very traditional Japanese architecture. Overall the ambience is includible….

Ohana

    The property is not luxury, but amazingly unique.  If you are a connoisseur of Japan, you must stay here.  Perhaps, if you are keen on Japanese history, culture, food, etc., I would highly recommend it.  You must be so excited.  On the other hand, if this is your first visit Japan or this…

Hilton Fukuoka Sea Hawk Hotel

    If you are going to stay at the hotel, I would highly recommend booking a room on the executive floors, on 30F to 33F. The hotel would be very busy all year round more than you expect. You might want to stay in here on weekdays, not weekends or Japan’s public holidays. When…

Grand Hyatt Hotel Fukuoka

  If you are the first time to visit Fukuoka or you prefer to stay at hotels in the city, I would recommend it. An access to the hotel would be easy from Hakata station, just 10min walk. The location is very convenient to go to sightseeing spots in the city. Also the building is…

Premier Hotel Mojiko

  This is my cup of tea.  If you are looking for cozy hotels with peaceful views in Fukuoka, I would highly recommend it.  Perhaps, if you plan to drive in Kyushu or Yamaguchi, Hiroshima, Shimane prefectures, the hotel would be great.  On the other hand, if you are looking for an authentic ryokan adventure…