Hotels in Kusatsu: Hotel Boston Plaza Kusatsu

Hotels in Kusatsu: This hotel is the perfect base for exploring the area.

Kusatsu, Shiga

Hotels in Kusatsu: Urban Hotel Kusatsu

Hotels in Kusatsu: The hotel is within 5 minutes from the JR Kusatsu Train Station, which is 20 minutes by train to JR Kyoto Station. It is located in the city of Kusatsu, in the Shiga prefecture, Japan. In Shiga, a great place for outdoor enthusiasts, guests can visit Lake Biwa, Japan's largest freshwater lake and enjoy an array of activities such as cycling, swimming, fishing in rivers, boating and bird-watching. Guests can also visit the Lake Biwa Museum and the lotuses at Karasuma Peninsula. The city of Nagahama, its Kurokabe Square and glass artisans, the city of Hikone and its castle, designated a National Treasure, temples and shrines, are other chief attractions in Shiga. Whether for business or pleasure, Kyoto, Osaka and Nara are easily accessible. The property offers a Japanese restaurant, bar, massage services and meeting rooms. The rooms have air-conditioning, bathroom, fridge, Wi-Fi and TV.

Hotels in Kusatsu: Urban Hotel Minami Kusatsu

Hotels in Kusatsu: This enchanting hotel is a distinctive accommodation option that represents a smart choice for all travellers who wish to visit both the Lake Biwa area and Kyoto. From JR Minami Kusatsu station whichi is located next to hotel, it takes 18-20 minutes to Kyoto by train run every 10 minutes. Set from the excitement of the city, this pleasant and welcoming hotel commands an excellent location and provides access to the city's biggest attractions. With its convenient location, the hotel supplies easy access to the city's and area's must-see destinations. At the hotel, every effort is made to make guests feel comfortable. To do so, the hotel provides the best in services and amenities that include a buffet restaurant and an ample front desk and lobby. The property is also provided with well-appointed and cosy guest rooms that will help all guests to enjoy a good night's sleep.

Areas of Shiga