If you’re looking for a hotel in Kurashiki, look no further than Centurion Hotel & Spa Kurashiki.
While staying at Centurion Hotel & Spa Kurashiki, visitors can check out Kanryuji Temple (0.3 mi) and Kurashiki Monogatari Museum (0.4 mi), some of Kurashiki's top attractions.
Guest rooms offer a refrigerator and air conditioning, and Centurion Hotel & Spa Kurashiki makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including 24 hour front desk and baggage storage. In addition, guests can enjoy breakfast during their visit.
While in Kurashiki, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Centurion Hotel & Spa Kurashiki, including Miyakeshoten (0.4 mi), Takadaya (0.5 mi), and Kurashiki Wano Umamidokoro Sakuraso (0.5 mi).
Should time allow, Kurashiki Bikan Historical Quarter, Ohara Museum of Art, and Kurashiki Ivy Square are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
The staff at Centurion Hotel & Spa Kurashiki looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
The hotel overall was just a bit too average. There was no parking at the hotel and nearby parking was pretty expensive as they charge you every 12 hours rather than 24 hours. So, for one day of parking, the cost was over 1200 yen. The hotel itself has only one elevator and no inside stairs. So, it is often a long wait for the elevator. Although there is a sign in the hotel warning people not to take the elevator at busy times, that of course is silly. Those times are busy because people are choosing the best times to go somewhere or come back. The hotel has a lot of noise from neighbors as well and it does not make for a good sleep, generally. I strongly suggest bringing earplugs for this hotel. The bath was again quite average. It smelled a bit too chlorinated for an onsen, and there were only 3 wash stations. They even recommend that you might have to wait to wash during busy times. There are a lot of these kinds of "warnings" in the hotel asking you not to do x during the busy times. I think it would simply make more sense to remodel or improve the situation so that there is not as much congestion. The two more positive things about the hotel are the location and the fact that they did not violate the law by asking foreigners for more information than they are entitled to. The location is very near the station, so if you take the train, that can be very positive. In addition, they seemed to be used to foreign residents going to the hotel and did not demand to see a passport that I am not required to carry or any other form of ID that they are not entitled to see based on the law. So, the staff seem to be well-trained in that respect.…
Maybe I stayed during the off peak season, I don’t have issue with use of single lift. Like : Shower area and toilet are separated Clean room with amenities provided Walking distance to the Kurashiki station and the outlet mall further back Bikan historical area is just 10mins walk away via the local shopping/eating street Dislike :- just nitpicking , the dark carpet make the corridor dark. A lighter tone will make it better but tougher to maintain.
We had a very positive experience at this Kurashiki hotel. The front desk staff were super friendly and the hotel is a 5-minute walk from the JR Kurashiki rail station. We rented bikes (at a car/bike rental place next to the train station) and explored the nearby shopping arcade and Bikan Historical Area. This historical area is a wonderful place to shop local, eat local, and enjoy the peaceful canal setting.
The rooms are fine for the price, no problems there. Didn't try the bath or the food so can't comment on those. Be aware though that there is no parking lot. Jeez, I wish it would have said that on Expedia and I wouldn't have chosen it. I have no idea how people do it with heavy bags...there is literally no where to even stop in front of the hotel and I had to park about 400 meters away in the dirty old JR station parkade. Didn't feel good leaving my new car there over night, had to lug my bags in the heat, and it cost over 1600 yen for the pleasure. The front staff was polite enough but not too sympathetic. Learned my lesson - ask about parking lots before booking hotels while on a road trip. If you're arriving in Kurashiki by train it would be a great location I would think. If you're coming by car, look elsewhere.…
A great stay. Lovely comfortable room with a sofa and a desk.The décor was nice. The bed was against the wall which was fine but the down side was very unusual for Japan in that it was a bit too soft! The bathroom is really small but the shower was the best we had in 6 weeks of travelling in Japan. The toiletries were good as well. We loved the big tub downstairs and the massage chair. The microwave was great for our breakfast as we had brought our own bowls and oats along. Laundry facilities were good and the hotel is very convenient from the station. The quickest way is if you leave the station and walk on the upper level past Starbucks you can cross over the road by the walkway and down on the opposite side of the main road. There are stairs and the escalator didn’t always work during our stay. There is only one lifts so leave enough time for checkout in case it’s busy and you have a bit of a wait. There is a really friendly English speaking reception team. It was my birthday and with advance notice they had decorated the room with banners and balloons. A really nice touch! The hotel is right at an arcade with shops, lovely pottery shops and restaurants that leads out the BikanHistorical Quarter. There is a wonderful coffee shop in the arcade with the best coffee we found in Japan. It’s nicely decorated with wooden furnishings and sells coffee beans too. As you leave the arcade area, be sure to stop and buy some bean paste filled pancakes from the lovely elderly couple. They are so cheap and delicious. We really enjoyed our stay in Kurashiki.…