Apart Hotels in Inuyama for Rent
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Inuyama Daimon-Saki, 50-1, Inuyama, Aichi
4/5Very Good! (2 reviews)
Reviewed on Jan 4, 2020
Inuyama Modern Room
411-1 Higashikoken, Inuyama, Aichi
5/5Exceptional! (6 reviews)
Reviewed on Aug 19, 2020
Inuyama International Youth Hostel
Himuro-162-1, Tsugao, Inuyama, Aichi
3.9/5Good! (19 reviews)
Reviewed on Nov 28, 2019
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Frequently asked questions
What can I look forward to during my aparthotel stay in Inuyama?
When you book an aparthotel or serviced apartment in Inuyama, you’re likely to be located more centrally. You can also come to Inuyama for its theme park and zoo.
What are the favorite aparthotels in Inuyama?
Located 14.6 mi (23.5 km) from Inuyama, GRAND BASE Nagoya Ekinishi is a favorite aparthotel featuring 7 apartments with kitchenettes and free WiFi as well as hotel amenities like a 24-hour front desk.
How many aparthotels are there in Inuyama?
Bookable on Expedia, you’ll find 5 lodging options in Inuyama. Though not many aparthotels, we can help you locate places to stay with similar amenities such as kitchens.
What should I see and do in Inuyama?
Top places to discover during your visit include Inuyama Castle. Hida-Kisogawa Quasi-National Park and Aichikogen Quasi-National Park are a couple of scenic spots to enjoy the outdoors, whereas Inuyama Cultural Historical Museum is one of the cultural attractions. Nagoya Dome and Nagoya Castle are other popular places to visit in the area.
What is an aparthotel?
An aparthotel features the space and privacy found in an apartment and amenities you expect at a traditional hotel. Live like a local in an apartment-like space, usually located in the heart of Inuyama. Enjoy making home-cooked meals in the full kitchen or kitchenette and having some extra space to spread out while you’re in town.