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Frequently asked questions
What can a history enthusiast expect from a trip to Numazu?
You’ll probably want to seek out the historically relevant sites while you’re staying in Numazu. You can also discover all there is to see and do including the parks and aquarium
What's the best place to stay in Numazu to learn about local history?
Based on our travel expertise, Numazu Riverside Hotel is a top 3.5-star hotel for history seekers booking on Expedia, and it offers 2 restaurants and free WiFi. Mishima Taisha Shrine is a short 18-minute drive away. A couple of other options to soak up the local history include Hotel Miwa and Daiwa Roynet Hotel Numazu.
How many historically relevant hotels will I find in Numazu?
Numazu has 45 hotels and other accommodations bookable on Expedia, including 3 hotels designated as historic or close to historic sites.
What are the must-see historical places and other sights in Numazu?
Numazu is notable for landmarks like Numazu Imperial Villa Memorial Park, Shoin-ji Temple, and Ose Shrine. Attractions like Numazu Deep Blue Aquarium, Awashima Marine Park, and Izu-Mito Sea Paradise are fun for kids of all ages. In the area, you’ll also find Mishima Sky Walk and Lake Ashi.
What is a historic hotel like in Numazu?
A historic hotel gives guests the opportunity to stay in a place officially recognized with a national historic designation. Historic hotels throughout the world can take the form of stately homes, palaces or even lodges, old police stations or skyscrapers — any building that’s been identified as being of special interest. These types of hotels in Numazu typically preserve authentic characteristics like traditional architecture and period features in guestrooms or communal spaces.
What is the difference between a historic hotel and a heritage hotel?
The two are 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 focus on the physical building and architecture. A heritage hotel draws meaning mainly from the cultural value that the place has and how it inspired the surrounding community.
Do historic hotels in Numazu have modern facilities?
Yes, efforts are made to preserve treasured traditions and historic facades, but interiors include modern conveniences and safety features. Tourists who book a stay should expect the popular amenities you’d find in a hotel such as private rooms with updated bathroom facilities, heating and air conditioning, and free and fast Internet. Booking a historic hotel in Numazu doesn’t mean you will stay in a place that’s uncomfortable for guests or simply rundown.