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Akita Castle Hotel Star Rating 4        
1-3-5 Naka-dori

An 11-minute walk from the Akita train station, this modern, sleek hotel is a 12-minute walk from Kubota Castle and 10 km from the Akita Omoriyama Zoo.Neutrally decorated rooms with wood accents have free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, minifridges and desks. Room service is available.
Comfort Hotel Akita Star Rating 2        
3-23 Senshukubota-Machi

The hotel is located in the center of Akita. Enjoy the several tourist museums nearby. Free wireless high-speed Internet access in all rooms.
Hotel Tazawa Akita Star Rating 4        
82-117 Shimotakano Tazawa Lake Akita 014-1201

LocationLocated on Shimotakano, the Hotel Tazawa Akita is close to the Tazawa Lake and 90 minutes drive from Akita Airport. The local attractions include Tazawako, Komagatake, Honey House Of Mountain and Tazawako Herb Garden Heart Herb.RoomsThis property boasts elegantly appointed and modern guestrooms that are equipped with all the essential amenities to ensure you utmost comfort.
Daiwa Roynet Hotel Akita Star Rating 3.5        
2-2-41, Oomachi

Across the street from the Asahi River, this unpretentious hotel in the city center is 3 minutes' walk from the Akarenga Red Brick Folk Museum and 15 minutes' walk from Akita railway station.The no-nonsense rooms come with complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minifridges, plus teamaking facilities.A breakfast buffet is available for a surcharge.
Hotel Dormy Inn Akita Star Rating 3        
2-3-1 Nakadori

LocationLocated just 5 minutes walk from JR Akita, Hotel Dormy Inn is about 40 minutes drive from Akita Station. The city boasts many attractions such as Atorion Building, Mt. Taihei and Akita Marugoto Plaza that can take the travellers through a journey to discover the delights of the region.
Akita View Hotel Star Rating 3        
2-6-1 Nakadori,

Good location makes this hotel ideal for both business and leisure travelers.(0905HT) All rooms of this hotel are medium in size with a simple d?cor. Bathrooms are small but kept in good condition and equipped with usual amenities.
Hotel Metropolitan Akita Star Rating 3        
7-2-1 Naka-dori

Adjacent from train services at Akita Station, this upscale hotel along a main thoroughfare is 11 minutes' walk from Iyataka Shrine and a 14-minute walk from Senshu Park.The contemporary rooms have wood furnishings, and come with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus minifridges and teamaking facilities. Upgraded rooms include sitting areas with sofas.
Richmond Hotel Akita Ekimae Star Rating 3        
2-2-26 Nakadori

A 7-minute walk from Akita railway station, this informal hotel is 4 minutes' walk from Akita Senshū Museum of Art and 14 minutes' walk from Kubota Castle.The warm, unpretentious rooms provide complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minifridges, as well as tea and coffeemaking facilities. Upgraded rooms add sitting areas with sofas.
Albert Hotel Akita Star Rating 3        
4-3-22 O-machi

This casual hotel on a lively commercial street is a 13-minute walk from Senshu Park and 2 km from both Akita train station and Kubota Castle.The bright, modern rooms offer free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, and some come with bunk beds; upgraded quarters offer massage chairs. Suites add living rooms.
Route Inn Grantia Akita Spa Resort Formerly Hotel Grantia Akita Spa Resort Star Rating 3        
5-2-1 Nakadori

Set in a residential area, this relaxed, hot spring hotel is a 13-minute walk from Senshu Park and 2 km from Kubota Castle.Subdued rooms with wood furnishings feature flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. Some rooms feature tatami floors and chabudai dining tables.
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Akita is a mountainous northern prefecture on Honshu, Japan's main island. It's home to many hot springs, notably those surrounding Lake Tazawa. Kakunodate town has a historic district of wooden samurai mansions, some of which are museums. Bordering the Sea of Japan is capital city Akita, famous for Kanto Matsuri, a summer festival in which participants balance long bamboo poles topped with lanterns.