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We have 5 hotels in Asakura.

 
 
Taisenkaku Star Rating 4        
20 Hakishiwa

When visiting Asakura, Taisenkaku is a great choice to consider. Guests can grab a bite to eat at the coffee shop / café and visit the spa to be pampered with massages, facials, or body treatments. A bar / lounge and a seasonal outdoor pool are other highlights, and rooms offer deep soaking tubs and LCD TVs.
Harazuru Grand Sky Hotel Star Rating 5        
1820-1 Hakikugumiya

Situated under a 10-minute stroll from Road Station Harazuru, Harazuru Grand Sky Hotel provides guests with an ideal base when visiting Asakura. It also offers a laundry service.The rooms offer an elegant décor and superb 5-star facilities.
Roppokan Star Rating 4        
1840 Hakikugumiya

Relaxing spa facilities at Roppokan include an outdoor hot-spring footbath that overlooks the surrounding nature, outdoor and indoor hot-spring baths and a sauna. It offers serene Japanese rooms, karaoke facilities and a terrace. Free WiFi is provided at the lobby, and massages are available.
Hotel Parens Onoya Star Rating 3        
Hakikugumiya 1841-1

Hotel Parens Onoya features outdoor and indoor hot-spring baths, a sauna and a Japanese garden. Boasting a century of hospitality, it offers Japanese and Western rooms, free WiFi at the lobby and massage treatments. Drink vending machines and free parking are on site.
Kamenoi Hotel Fukuoka Amagi Inter Branch Star Rating 3        
397-6, Kajimaru, Amagi

With its central location, Kamenoi Hotel Fukuoka Amagi Inter is within easy reach of most tourist attractions and business addresses in Fukuoka. All 255 rooms at the hotel are well-appointed with necessary amenities to ensure that each guest's satisfaction. Each of the hotel's guestrooms offers refrigerator, air conditioning, bathtub.
 
 
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Asakura is a city located in south central Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan. The modern city of Asakura was established on March 20, 2006, from the merger of the former town of Asakura, absorbing the city of Amagi, and the town of Haki.