President Hotel Mito
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President Hotel is a 5-minute walk from JR Mito Station's South Exit. In addition to its great location, the hotel promises a warm welcome and comfortable, well-equipped rooms.
English-speaking staff is on hand to ensure your stay goes smoothly.
- 2-2-2 Jonan, Mito City, Ibaraki 310-0803
- TEL: 029-300-1100
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This hotel is a two-minute walk from Mito Station, so it's perfect for business and sightseeing.
Mito Keisei Hotel
Mito Keisei Hotel is a three-minute walk from Mito Station, and a four-minute walk from Kodokan, one of Ibaraki’s best-known historical sites. The convenient location makes it perfect for sightseeing or business events. It also makes a great hub for sightseeing around Ibaraki.
There are two in-house restaurants, one serving light meals and the other Japanese-style Chinese food.
This simple seaside hotel is known for its hot spring baths. The meals feature homegrown rice and vegetables alongside local fish from Oarai Seafood Market. Guests can also choose an Italian meal option served in the hotel's annex, Pension Celeb.
English-speaking staff is available, so there’s no need to worry about any communication issues during your beachside getaway.
The hotel’s natural hot spring contains sodium chloride. The soothing water is said to ease muscle and joint pain, bruises, sprains, mild burns, and alleviate perpetual coldness or chills.
Please note that guests staying at annex Pension Celeb also use hot spring baths.
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