The Hyatt Centric Kanazawa Is The Perfect Post-Isolation Getaway
For Future Travel Plans
Looking for a place to stay for your post-isolation holiday? The brand new Hyatt Centric Kanazawa Hotel in Ishikawa Prefecture is finally accepting reservations for its opening on Saturday, August 1, 2020—with some nice offers to celebrate the opening.
Renowned for the geisha and samurai districts, Kanazawa is an elegant and historical city full of authentic shops, restaurants, and culture. Often referred to as “Little Kyoto”, the city is full of magnificent sights, including one of Japan’s 3 top gardens, unique museums, and several beautifully preserved historical neighborhoods. Kanazawa is also known for being one of the most photogenic cities in Japan, and is the perfect location to revamp your long-awaited travel blogs and photo diaries once isolation finally ends!
Your starting point in the heart of Kanazawa
The Hyatt Centric Kanazawa hotel is the perfect location to stay and start your experience of Kanazawa’s well-preserved historical surroundings. As the first Hyatt hotel in the Hokuriku region, Hyatt Centric Kanazawa is said to become the core accommodation facility in the area once officially open in August 2020.
Although the travel industry is currently facing a rough sea due to the coronavirus, soon we will be able to travel in Japan with the appropriate safety measures. What better way to contribute to the cause then to enjoy a splendid time with friends and family traveling around one of the best-preserved Edo-period cities in Japan and staying in a classy hotel right in the heart of it!
With 253 rooms and an abundance of unique hospitalities both inside and outside the hotel, Hyatt Centric Kanazawa aims to become the “best city center hotel in the world”. The hotel has ensured, at all times, it will meet high hygiene standards and will put the health and safety of customers first.
In commemoration of their opening, from August 1 to October 31, 2020, Hyatt Centric Kanazawa will provide considerable discounts for consecutive stays. In addition, all guests will also receive a complimentary three day “Kanazawa Cultural Facility Viewing Pass” that allows you to visit the cultural facilities in Kanazawa for free. Breakfast plans and room rates will also be set at a more affordable price during this period.
What to see
Kanazawa is made up of nostalgic Japanese streetscape and aesthetic photo spots, the majority of which can be easily accessed on foot. Kanazawa Station itself was named one of the most beautiful stations in the world. Must-sees include the 16th century Kanazawa Castle, Kenroku-en Garden—one of Japan’s top three gardens—, and the Higashi Chaya area, a neighborhood of beautifully preserved geisha houses. The 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art and Omicho Market are also popular locations to visit.
Situated just seconds from JR Kanazawa Station, Hyatt Centric Kanazawa provides convenient access to a variety of Japan’s finest historical landmarks. Hyatt Centric Kanazawa officially opens Saturday, August 1, 2020, however, reservation can be made from now.
Address: 1-5-2 Hirooka Ishikawa-ken, Kanazawa
Access: Two and a half hours from Tokyo Station via Hokuriku Shinkansen
Step into the mind of a Zen philosopher, learn about samurai history, spend time in one of Japan’s most beautiful gardens, and delight in the region’s fresh seafood, traditional crafts, and robust art scene.