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Frequently asked questions
What can a history enthusiast expect from a trip to Awaji?
You’re likely already making plans to see the sights of historical relevance while on vacation in Awaji. You can also enjoy the many sights to visit such as parks and museums
What's the best accommodation in Awaji that's close to historical sites?
How many historically relevant hotels will I find in Awaji?
Awaji is home to 30 lodging options bookable on Expedia but not many designated as historic hotels.
What are the most important historical places and other sights in Awaji?
Awaji is notable for landmarks like Awaji Castle. Cultural venues include Hokudan Earthquake Memorial Park, Awaji City Nakahama Minoru’s Cat Art Museum, and Kakuya Oishi Art Museum-Yama. Other popular sights include Awaji World Park Onokoro and Nizigen Nomori Park.
What is a historic hotel like in Awaji?
Historic hotels give guests an opportunity to stay in a building officially recognized with a historic designation. Historic hotels throughout the world come in all forms like castles, stately homes, palaces or even pubs, lodges, old police stations or skyscrapers — as long as it’s of special interest. These types of hotels in Awaji typically preserve original characteristics such as period features or traditional architecture in their public spaces or guestrooms.
What is the difference between a historic hotel and a heritage hotel?
They are quite similar. The term “historic hotel” is more common in the U.S., while you’ll often hear “heritage hotel” in Asia and Europe. Historic hotels tend to put more importance on the physical building and architecture. Heritage hotels draw their meaning mainly from the cultural value that the place has and how it inspired the surrounding community.
Do historic hotels in Awaji have modern facilities?
Yes. Every effort is made to preserve the historic aspects and traditions, but interiors include modern conveniences and safety features. Guests can expect the amenities you’d find in a hotel such as private rooms with updated bathroom facilities, heating and air conditioning, and free and fast Internet. In Awaji, booking a historic hotel doesn’t mean you’re choosing a place that’s rundown or uncomfortable for guests.