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2019.06.21Electrical blackout ends

We thank you for always giving us your patronage.
The electric construction was completed safely on June 16th and 17th.
Now we open as usual form 18th.… read more >>

2019.05.17Notice of electrical construction

Thank you for staying at the Hotel Arty Inn.
Due to the construction of electric facilities, our hotel will have a building power outage scheduled as follows.
During blackout, we cannot recive any e-mail and telephone, so our hotel will read more >>

2019.03.06February’s best selling rankings 👑

Tough pollen season has come.
Our hotel staff is also in a bad condition that receiving the influence of pollen in their eyes and nose greatly. I think pollen is no longer a “season word”.^^
We hope the pollen symptoms … read more >>

2019.03.08Congrats! Rakuten Travel ✨Silver Award 2018✨

Thanks to our customers, we were able to receive a prize “Rakuten Travel Bronze Award” last year.
And this year!!!!!!!!!!!… read more >>

2019.02.06Sightseeing Trains and Ranking in January👑

Dou you know the sightseeing train “THE RAIL KITCHEN CHIKUGO“?
This sightseeing train will be operated from Saturday, March 23rd.… read more >>

2019.02.05Renewed Bath Powder

We renewed Bath Powder which is presented you at check-in★… read more >>

2019.01.07December’s Rakuten and Jalan Ranking👑

Happy New Year!!!
Hope you are having a great holiday season.
I wish you a wonderful year for everyone this year★… read more >>

2018.12.21Fukuoka Local Food✨ #2

Today, we introduce you a famous Local Food, not only Fukuoka but also Kyushu.
★ Umaka-chan ★Umaka-chan_standardread more >>

2018.12.17Illumination of Hakata Station

It was December … in a matter of a second.
Moreover, only a few days until Christmas・・・💦

 

However the illumination of Hakata Station is held until the beginning of the new year, January 9th (Wed.)(*‘ω‘ *)
I feel a … read more >>

2018.12.06November’s Rakuten Ranking👑

December has another name, “Shiwasu” in Japan. It literally means teachers or priests run.
…so in December we’re “as busy as a bee”.
They are busy preparing for the many Buddhist events at the end of the year, they have … read more >>