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Frequently asked questions
What should I expect on my historical trip to Saitama?
You’re likely already making plans to see the places with historical relevance during your vacation in Saitama. You can also discover the many sights including the parks and museums
What's the best hotel in Saitama to learn about local history?
Based on our travel expertise, Ryokan Matsumuraya is a top ryokan on Expedia for those interested in history, and it features free parking and free WiFi. Toki no Kane is a short walk away. A couple of other options to soak up the local history include Kawagoe Prince Hotel and Dormy Inn Express Soka City.
How many historically relevant hotels are there in Saitama?
In Saitama, you’ll find 142 hotels and other accommodations bookable on Expedia, including 11 designated as historic hotels or close to historic sites.
What are the top historical sites and other places in Saitama?
Saitama is notable for landmarks like Mitsumine Shrine, Hikawa Shrine, and Kawagoe Castle. Cultural venues include Omiya Bonsai Art Museum, Railway Museum, and Tokorozawa Aviation Museum. Other popular sights include Saitama Super Arena and MetLife Dome.
What is a historic hotel like in Saitama?
Guests who choose a historic hotel can stay in a building that has an officially recognized historic designation. A palace, castle, grand home or even an old police station, pub, lodge, or skyscraper can be identified as a historic hotel as long as it’s of special interest. Traditional architecture and period features are typically found in the guestrooms or communal spaces of historic hotels in Saitama, giving a sense of history.
What is the difference between a historic hotel and a heritage hotel?
“Heritage hotel” is more common in Asia and Europe, while “historic hotel” is more common in the U.S. overall though the terms are similar. The architecture and actual building of historic hotels are generally what’s most important. For a heritage hotel, mainly, it’s cultural value along with how it inspired the community.
Do historic hotels in Saitama have modern facilities?
Hotels include modern conveniences and safety features you’ve come to expect, but every effort is made to preserve historic facades and treasured traditions. WiFi, heating and air conditioning, updated bathroom facilities, and the amenities found in any hotel should be available at a historic hotel. Rest assured that when you choose a historic hotel in Saitama, you won’t find a place that’s uncomfortable or rundown.