Takamatsu is a port city that looks out over the Seto Inland Sea. In feudal times, lords built Takamatsu castle, the ruins of which can be seen today, and the Ritsurin Koen landscape garden, Takamatsu's top attraction where visitors can enjoy the beauty of Japan's seasons. Takamatsu is also famed for its sanuki udon noodles and Shikoku Pilgrimage temples.
Kiyomisanso Hanajukai has both Japanese and Western-style guest rooms, looking out over Takamatsu city. The hotel serves elaborate and beautiful seasonal delicacies, using locally sourced fresh fish and shellfish, high-quality meat, and fresh vegetables to prepare both Japanese and Western cuisine. Hanajukai's hot spring bathroom offers panoramic views of Takamatsu city and the Seto Inland Sea. There are also guest rooms equipped with open-air hot spring baths.
Hanajukai is located a 15-minute walk or a 5-minute taxi ride from JR Showacho station.
JR HOTEL CLEMENT TAKAMATSU
JR Hotel Clement Takamatsu is located near the city's port and the ruins of Takamatsu Castle, a 1-minute walk from JR Takamatsu station. Guest rooms offer views of Takamatsu city and the Seto Inland Sea, and have free WiFi. JR Hotel Clement Takamatsu's 5 restaurants and cocktail lounge serve a range of cuisine including Chinese, Western and Japanese to cater to every taste.
Breakfast is buffet-style, offering a range of Japanese and Western food.
TAKAMATSU TOKYU REI
Takamatsu Tokyu Rei is centrally located, very close to the main shopping street in Takamatsu, and 7 minutes on foot from JR Takamatsu Station. This makes it an excellent base for seeing the sights of Takamatsu. Free wifi and tea and coffee-making facilities are available in every guest room.
Within the hotel is a Western-style restaurant offering seasonal evening meals, in addition to breakfast and lunch buffets.