Hotel Seiryuso 入鹿温泉 ホテル瀞流荘

The Hotel Seiryuso is an oasis of culture and comfort in the mountains of Mie.

Nestled deep in the mountains near Kumano in Mie Prefecture, the Hotel Seiryuso welcomes guests with warm hospitality and amazing service. A modern Japanese design aesthetic is present in every part of the hotel and the service staff is prepared to help with any request.
The guest rooms are elegant and comfortable with lovely views of the mountains. Before climbing into bed for a quiet night of sleep, you can visit the hotel onsen for a relaxing bath. Visitors can choose their preference of indoor or outdoor pools as they finish their day.
The hotel restaurant serves a range of traditional kaiseki meals for dinner that are prepared with fresh local ingredients. In the morning, a full breakfast is served with fresh coffee and tea to start your day the right way. There is also a large selection of local food products and gifts for sale in the lobby for guests to take home as a reminder of their stay.
〒519-5417 熊野市紀和町小川口158
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Access by public transportation
About 30 minutes by car from JR Kumanoshi Station .
〈Access to “Kumanoshi” Station〉
[From Osaka] About 4 hours by JR and Kintetsu Railways.
[From Nagoya] About 3 hours by JR or Kintetsu Railway.

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