Route Inn Handakamezaki Hotel Shuttles
NGO airport hotel transfers
Minutes from the banks of Chita Bay and on the far northeast side of Japan’s central town of Handa, Hotel Route-Inn Handa Kamezaki is mainly visited by business travelers due to its close location to several plants and factories. The storied stay provides large rooms, each providing modern art and private bathrooms in addition to quaint work desks & free Wi-Fi - suites add views of the water as well as futons, with other freebies including loaner bikes as well as a hot breakfast buffet served in a charming dining hall. Airport shuttles are not offered due to the long distance from Tokoname Chubu Centrair International, although the nearby Taketoyo Line is accessible via the Kamezaki Station less than a mile north of the hotel. Other options offer even more freedom to explore, from the intimacy of private vehicles likes sedans and SUVs to the guaranteed convenience courtesy of stretched limousines and taxis.
Whether you’re looking for rural escapes into the mountains or seaside landmarks along the Chita Peninsula, Hotel Route-Inn Haneda Kamezaki brings guests to all of it. Cross the water to reach the vibrant Hekinan Shi Akashi Park, which includes a waterside Ferris wheel, mini roller coaster and vibrant go kart track, not to mention waterslides and various refreshing pools at Aqua Akashi Park. For something closer to the heart of downtown Handa, look forward to the historic Solder Red Brick Building known for its village-like atmosphere and multiple exhibits that explore the history of the building as well as the Handa’s locally famous Kabuto Beer. The entire museum is written in English, though there is a cool on-site restaurant & gift shop. Even more local culture can be explored through the modern art of Takahama Shi Yakimono Nosatokawara Museum, a landmark for the adjacent town of Takahama as well as a fun excuse to check out the many shrines and parks near Iura Bay.