TOP5 Best Accessible Hotels and Ryokans in Ishikawa
Most of the large hotels and ryokans in Ishikawa have accessible guest rooms. If you are bringing a wheelchair user, please inform the staff in advance and they will stand by for you. On the other hand, small ryokans do not have accessible rooms. Most are traditional buildings that are difficult to navigate.
Hyatt Centric Kanazawa listed below is a short walk from Kanazawa Station, making it easy to get around. Hyatt Centric Kanazawa, Matsusaki, and Takitei are the best places to stay in Kanazawa. Matsusaki and Takitei are about 30 minutes from Kanazawa Station, but have rooms with private hot spring baths. If you are staying in Wakura Onsen, Kagaya is a good choice. There are some accessible rooms. If you are staying in Yamanaka Onsen in Kaga Onsen-kyo, Hanamurasaki is a good choice. The staff is excellent and cooperative, making your stay pleasant. Accessible suites available.
FYI, the tourist information center at Kanazawa Station offers free wheelchair rental. Get off the Shinkansen and proceed toward the Kenroku-en Exit (East Exit), and you will find it on your left.
Hyatt Centric Kanazawa
Located in front of Kanazawa Station, this hotel is as sophisticated as a museum. Read more
A luxury gourmet onsen ryokan located about 30 minutes from Kanazawa Station by train and car. It has many regular guests. Ideal for families, groups, and solo travelers. Read more
This is a large onsen ryokan located in Wakura Onsen town. The hospitality is first class. It is rather suitable for groups, couples, and families with children. Read more
A modern onsen ryokan that is a 30-minute taxi ride from Kanazawa Station. There are also some rooms with nice private hot spring baths. Read more
Luxury gourmet onsen ryokan located in Yamanaka Onsen, 40 minutes from Kanazawa Station. Hospitality and cuisine are top-notch. Read more