6 European-Style Hotels in Kyushu that Look Right Out of a Picture Book

This article will introduce some excellent hotels with a European flavor in Kyushu, one of the 4 main islands of Japan. The luxurious interiors here are sure to bring to mind the magical world of a picture book! If you're curious about Japanese hotels with European-style luxury, read on for the very best picks.

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1. Hamilton Ureshino (Saga)

This luxury hotel was named after Lady Hamilton, an English woman known as the "beauty of the century" in the 18th and 19th centuries. The rooms are equipped with Simmons beds and other carefully chosen furnishings.

2. Yufuin Hotel Morino Terrace (Oita)

Surrounded by the trees of the Yufuin forest, this brick building is a true European-style hotel and a secluded refuge from the outside world. Walking the corridors, you'll find that each door opens to a room with its own unique atmosphere.

Be swept away by the beautifully elegant spaces and enjoy a refined break at the Yufuin Hotel Morino Terrace.

3. Unzen Kanko Hotel (Nagasaki)

Time passes slowly at this nostalgic hotel, the first classic hotel in the Kyushu region. The thoughtful hospitality offered here remains unchanging, ensuring that a stay here will live on as a fond memory.

4. Huis Ten Bosch Hotel Amsterdam (Nagasaki)

The fine quality guest rooms here feature designs by English brand Laura Ashley. The moment you step inside you'll feel surrounded by a luxurious atmosphere that ensures an exceptional stay.

5. Hotel Europe (Nagasaki)

This hotel's classical interior design lends the guest rooms an extraordinary sense of luxury.

High-quality furnishings chosen specifically for each room warmly welcome each guest with a proud sense of quality and tradition.

6. Hotel Okura JR Huis Ten Bosch (Nagasaki)

This vast reproduction of Dutch city streets brims with a European atmosphere. From your room you can enjoy an unbroken view of the beautiful townhouse streetscape where seasonal flowers bloom.

 

Translated and republished with permission from: Relux Magazine

 

*The information in this article is accurate as of Feb. 27, 2019, and may not reflect the current information. 

The information in this article is accurate at the time of publication.

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