WiFi gratis di semua kamar
Kotak penyimpanan barang berharga
Mesin penjual otomatis
Tempat parkir mobil
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Baik Anda turis maupun dalam perjalanan bisnis, Kumagaiji adalah pilihan akomodasi yang tepat ketika mengunjungi Wakayama. Dari sini, para tamu dapat menikmati akses mudah ke semua hal yang dapat ditemukan di sebuah kota yang aktif ini. Dengan lokasinya yang strategis, hotel ini menawarkan akses mudah ke destinasi yang wajib dikunjungi di kota ini.
Dengan menawarkan pelayanan superior dan sejumlah fasilitas kepada para tamu hotel, Kumagaiji berkomitmen untuk memastikan penginapan Anda senyaman mungkin. Fasilitas terbaik hotel ini termasuk WiFi gratis di semua kamar, penyimpanan barang, Wi-fi di tempat umum, tempat parkir mobil, kamar untuk keluarga.
Akomodasi hotel telah dipilih secara cermat demi kenyamanan maksimal dengan adanya televisi layar datar, akses internet - WiFi, akses internet WiFi (gratis), penghangat ruangan, telepon di beberapa kamar. Disamping itu, hotel memiliki berbagai pilihan fasilitas rekreasi yang menjamin Anda melakukan bermacam hal selama menginap. Kumagaiji adalah destinasi serbaguna bagi Anda sebagai akomodasi hotel yang berkualitas di Wakayama.
Kebijakan mengenai anak dan tempat tidur tambahan
Anak dengan usia berapa pun boleh menginap di properti ini.
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Bayi usia 0-3 tahun (inklusif)
Menginap gratis jika menggunakan tempat tidur yang tersedia.
Tempat tidur bayi bisa diminta langsung di properti.
Anak usia 4-12 tahun (inklusif)
Harus menggunakan ekstra bed
Kasur tambahan bisa diminta di properti; biaya tambahan mungkin berlaku
Tamu berusia 13 tahun ke atas dianggap sebagai tamu dewasa.
Kasur tambahan bisa diminta di properti; biaya tambahan mungkin berlaku
Ketersediaan tempat tidur tambahan tergantung kamar yang Anda pilih. Silakan tanya properti untuk informasi lebih lanjut.
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Very nice Hosts and good English speaking stuff”
We've had a very warm welcome and friendly introduction to the facilities and the timetable. Food was delicious and very nice presented!
Room is relatively basic but you expect that with it being a temple. The onsen was nice, meals were very tasty and the morning service and fire ritual were fun experiences.
Especially good for foreigners”
Staffs speak English so foreigners can get a good support to know Japanese culture and Buddhism.
Clean with friendly staff!”
The rooms are impeccably clean, the toilets modern. The staff are very friendly, and it's right next to Eko-in where the cemetery night tour begins! It's also near Okunoin if you want to go there yourself.
Nice temple lodge, but a bit of a tourist trap”
I've stayed in a couple of temple lodges in Koya-san, and this one it's definitely the most touristy one, Buddhist ceremony felt like a show for the tourists. Food was nice, and onsen was okay, overall very clean.
Excellent dinner and morning service
Nice but weirdly renovated. Few monks”
It was nice to stay in a temple and experience the rituals and dining. There were only a few monks and the rituals seemed to be part ritual, part show. Also, the place has been refurbished for some reason. That is not why we came. Wifi, tv, vending machines etc.. I would rather live without these things when in a temple.
Unique Buddhist monetary experience ”
What a great stay for 1 night! Exceeded my expectations with the hospitality provided by the monks, and such a delicious dinner and breakfast with the other guests. Please take the trip to Koya - it is worth it!
Amazing experience ”
Staying here was a once in a lifetime experience. The food and facilities are terrific (shared bathrooms but so many that I never ran into anyone else). The staff were really nice and great at explaining the food and ceremonies. They had a normal morning service and a fire ceremony which were both really beautiful.
Hostel Stay or Shukubo?”
Kumagaiji is too well-equipped, you feel like you stay in a hostel more than a temple. everything is great, they have a english speaking staff will show and explain when you check in, ensure you understand all rule & all facilities in the temple. Dinner is shojin ryori, a vegie meal for monk, but Kumagiji have modified to fit the favour for all guest from all around the world. The food is great and amazing, we love the tomato so much. Do miss the morning class at 6.30am, if you choose to stay in a temple, then you should not miss this experience. Instead of saying this is a morning class, it feel like a demonstration for the guests. The staff is helpful and pleasant, bedding is so comfy.
Nice temple stay”
Compared to other accommodations we stayed at in Japan, we would have expected more for the price. That said all temple stays in Koyasan are on the pricey side, so if you want to get that experience you will have to pay more than big city hotels. This place was nice and clean. Staff were welcoming and hospitable. Meals were interesting and yummy. Location next to the cemetery made exploring it at night easy. Overall great experience. They do separate out Japanese guest from others, but I just figured it was to avoid them having to explain everything in two languages.
The quality of food (breakfast and dinner) less than satisfactory”
This is my third time staying in one of the Koya-san monasteries. The first two times were great and meals were absolutely delicious. In Kimagaiji both breakfast and dinner were tasteless and left us hungry.
Amazing Experience! Kumagaiji is awesome and educational.”
We didn't know what to expect, but hoped for a rewarding and educational experience. We were met byamonk and treated so kindly on our arrival after an 11 hour trip to get from Iriomote Island to Kumagaiji. The staff were wonderful! Everyone was so nice and welcoming. We truly enjoyed Kanji-san's explanations. He made us feel at ease and lightened the mood with levity and kindness. The entire experience at Kumagaiji was first class, and I would love to stay there again. The town is beautiful, but this location is particularly special; the age of the temple and authenticity is amazing. We also enjoyed the little touches with hot tea and refreshment brought to our room upon arrival. During the morning ceremonies, the monk was so welcoming and helped us understand and participate in the prayers. We loved every minute of our stay and highly recommend Kumagaiji. Our room was a family style room on the 1st floor which surrounded the temple's main garden. Just Beautiful!
Very nice place to visit”
Easy to reach by local bus from Koyasan Stn. Not in the centre but within 100m of Onokuin Cemetery. Stayed in a room with garden view, Ryuge 1/2, being 2 rooms actually. All the major POI can be reached within 10-20 minutes by bus. IMO a must visit for everybody travelling to Japan.
Koyasan was the high point of our trip to Japan, mainly for the experience we had at Kumagaiji. We spent one night and slept comfortably on the Japanese traditional bedding. The 6:30 a.m. prayer service was definitely worth the early wake up call (clanging temple bells) and something you must experience if you come to Koyasan. We booked a "private toilet". This turned out to mean a single toilet in a small room down the hall which was shared by 2 other guest rooms. The alternative is toilet facilities in "college dorm" style. Very nice Onsen, hot bath facility with separate shower. The monk at the front desk speaks fluent English. Highly recommend.
We really enjoyed our stay and experience here. The room was very comfortable and the staff were very helpful and friendly. We enjoyed experiencing the cuisine of the monks, the modem evening bath and the morning rituals. Its also right next the graveyard which is pleasant for an evening stroll. My only negative is that we felt It was a little over priced. But nice to experience none the less.
very nice place, staff very friendly and food is amazing... morning ceremony is interesting but we where looking for more meditation .. ..
I stayed at both Eko-in and Kumagaiji and found the latter to be friendlier and to serve better food. Both had pleasant tatami rooms and public baths. The latter also had shower facilities guests could use when the baths were closed.
Have meditation course provided. It’s a very good experience