Noborioji Hotel Nara
- Set in the enchanting city of Nara that holds numerous historic treasures and a stunning deer park, Noborioji Hotel Nara is nestled at the foot of the temple of Kofuku-Ji. With a uniquely calming atmosphere, a gourmet restaurant, a fitness centre, the hotel is as charming as its historic surrounds.
Reflecting the beauty of the surrounding nature, one of the hotel’s most striking design elements is the masterful use of wood. Gleaming wood floors and panelled walls are skilfully crafted to create a sense of warmth and relaxation. Large windows flood the rooms and suites with light and look out onto an expanse of greenery.
Japan’s capital city in the 8th century, Nara has some of the country’s oldest and largest Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines, many of which are World Heritage sites. Be sure to visit the Todai-ji and Horyu-ji temples.
COVID-19 SANITATION & SAFETY GUIDELINES
Our 'Stay Small, Stay Safe’ initiative offers enhanced health and detailed safety guidelines for all 520 SLH hotels in 90 countries.
With just 50 rooms on average, SLH properties are able to offer secluded, discrete options with the highest safety standards. Our hotels commit to welcome you on the safest conditions and provide examples of their heightened standards for hygiene on their hotel page.
The programme provides peace of mind for guests as they prepare to travel the world once again. The ‘Stay Small, Stay Safe’ initiative acknowledges the desire for intimate hotel experiences with fewer crowds that travellers are seeking.
In order to safeguard these standards, SLH has entered a partnership with the Global Biorisk Advisory Council (GBAC) for its hotels to pursue GBAC STAR™ accreditation, which provides third-party validation to ensure hotels have the elevated cleaning protocols, disinfection techniques and work practices in place so guests can truly relax during their stay.
All SLH hotels are currently seeking GBAC STAR accreditation.