DAIWA ROYAL HOTEL D-PREMIUM NARAEnjoy the atmosphere of the ancient Capital while submerging in the Nara Onsen Wakakusa no Yu hot spring.
A refined atmosphere, connecting Japan to the World
Surrounded by world heritage sites, the town of Nara stands proud as one of the main pillars of Japan, upholding history and tradition. Nara has beautiful natural landscapes, with the modern and the historic parts of town harmoniously existing together.
We aim to show the beauty of Nara through our hotel design as well, connecting the outside world to the mysterious and traditional atmosphere of this town.
Hot Spring in the Hotel
Wakakusa no Yu is the name of the hot spring our hotel sources the water for its onsen from. The design of the bathhouse is inspired by the famous sights at Nara. The men's bathhouse is adorned with pine trees, while you can enjoy the sight of the Yoshino cherry blossoms in the women's bathhouse. Enjoy the elegant atmosphere, heightened by LED lights.
Japan and Nara's History and Culture
In the Social Corner, our guests have the chance to learn more about Japanese culture in the comfort of the hotel.
Make your own handmade souvenirs from Nara!
Visit Nara's World Heritage Sites
The Historic Monuments of Ancient Nara are recognized as World Heritage Sites. The eight locations, including temples and historical remains are easy to access from our hotel.
Access is also great to the Horyu Temple and the Kashihara Shrine. You don't have to change trains to get to Osaka or Kyoto, so the location is perfect for both leisure and business.
The rooms of the hotel are designed with the colours appearing in the Man'yoshu, Japan's oldest poetry collection. Rooms are equipped with steam iron, electric kettle, and humidifiers.
Wakakusa no Yu, the name of the hotel's onsen, is sourced on site. The design of the bathhouse represents the famous Nara pines, and the Yoshino cherry blossoms.
We serve breakfast at the restaurant Asu kaori on the first floor. Enjoy a selection of Japanese and Western-style dishes, in a buffet style.
Around 45 minutes from Kyoto in the Miyako Michi Kaisoku Line
90 minutes ride from Kansai Internation Airport with the Airport Limousine (At the Nara Station Bus Terminal)