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Apa Hotel Wakayama Star Rating 3        
2-36-1 Honmachi

On a bustling street 11 minutes' walk from Wakayamashi train station, this straightforward hotel is a 13-minute walk from Wakayama Park Zoo and 2 km from Wakayama Castle.Modestly furnished rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minifridges, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities.A breakfast buffet is complimentary, and other amenities include a fitness room, massage services and coin-operated laundry.
Osakaya Hiinanoyu Star Rating 2        
142 Kada Wakayama-shi

Osakaya Hiinanoyu is located in Wakayama and provides guests with free Wi-Fi. It provides a spa and wellness centre, as well as a coffee bar, meeting rooms and luggage storage.There are a variety of facilities on offer to guests of the hotel, including an airport shuttle, shops and a designated smoking area.
Wakayama Kada Onsen Kada Kaigetsu Star Rating 3        
Kada 1905

Wakayama Kada Onsen Kada Kaigetsu provides a comfortable setting when in Wakayama. It also offers massage services, a laundry service and a coffee bar.The hotel has 25 rooms, all of which are equipped with a variety of facilities to ensure a comfortable stay.
Kyukamura Kisyu-Kada        
483 Miyama Wakayama-City

Kyukamura Kisyu-Kada provides a comfortable setting when in Wakayama. It also offers laundry facilities, meeting rooms and wireless internet access in public areas.The rooms at Kyukamura Kisyu-Kada are air-conditioned and offer tea and coffee making facilities and a seating area.
Granvia Wakayama Hotel Star Rating 5        
5 18 Tomoda Cho

This modern, upscale hotel is located in the city's commercial zone, 2 minutes by foot from Wakayama train station and 2 km from Wakayama Castle, at the mouth of the Kii River.The sleek, bright rooms come with free Wi-Fi, desks with ergonomic chairs, and flat-screen TVs. Upgraded quarters (some with tatami mats and futons) may add massage chairs, sofas and white noise machines.
Daiwa Roynet Hotel Wakayama Star Rating 3.5        
26-1, Nanabancho

Location. This Wakayama hotel is conveniently located in the city center. Features.
Tokyu Inn Wakayama Star Rating 3        
18 Minamimigiwacho

Set on the corner of a busy street, this straightforward hotel is an 11-minute walk from the 16th-century Wakayama Castle and 7 km from the Kimii-dera Temple, which dates from the 8th century. It's a 13-minute walk from Wakayama train station.Modern rooms with pale wood furnishings come with free high-speed Internet access and flat-screen TVs, plus minifridges and teamaking facilities.
Wakayama Marina City Royal Pines Hotel Star Rating 3.5        
1517 Kemi

Overlooking the yacht marina and Wakaura Bay, this polished hotel with Mediterranean-inspired architecture is 4 km from Kainan railway station and 9 km from Wakayama castle.Relaxed rooms and suites offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemakers. Some rooms add whirlpool tubs, sitting areas with sofas, and balconies with sea views.
Manpa Resort Star Rating 3        
2-10 Shinwakaura

LocationManpa Ryokan is conveniently located in Wakayama. The places of interest in this city are Furobashi and Narukami Kaizuka.RoomsGuests can relax at any of the well appointed accommodation units offered at this property.
Toyoko Inn JR Wakayamaeki Higashiguchi Star Rating 2        
2-1-7 Kuroda

Set on a subdued street, this functional budget hotel is a 4-minute walk from Wakayama train station, 3 km from the storied Wakayama Castle and 7 km from the Kimii-ji Temple.Down-to-earth rooms offer free Wi-Fi, TVs, minifridges, and tea and coffeemaking facilities.Japanese breakfast is complimentary.
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Wakayama is a Japanese prefecture in the Kansai region, on Honshū island's Kii Peninsula. Its namesake capital is home to Wakayama Castle, an Edo-period replica set in a hilltop park with city views. Pilgrimage routes connect a trio of Shinto shrines collectively known as Kumano Sanzan. Over 100 temples rest among the peaks of Mount Kōya, where Shingon Buddhism is headquartered.