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Exclusive clubs plus the caddies, the lunches and the baths (!) make for a fun, unique and memorable experience.

The Hotels


ANA Intercontinental Hotel, Tokyo

Contemporary elegance in the heart of Tokyo! Location is everything in a busy city, and ANA InterContinental Tokyo has one of the best. In Ark Hills near Akasaka and Roppongi, the hotel provides easy access to Tokyo Metro stations, the Imperial Palace, Senso-ji Temple, Ginza shopping district and the Mori Art Museum.

The hotel features shopping, a fitness club, swimming pool, and six superb restaurants let you savor local, regional and international fare without leaving the hotel. A lounge and a champagne bar offer interesting drinks options. The rooms feature high-speed internet (LAN), flat screen TV, safety deposit box, mini-bar and, of course, the incomparable Japanese washlet toilets.


Kawana Resort Hotel

The Kawana Hotel opened its doors in 1936 and features two of the finest coastal links courses you'll find anywhere in the world. In its heyday the resort was a buzz with valets scurrying about in service of their cherished customers who comprised the most discerning of Japanese and overseas society. Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMaggio strolled leisurely along the hotel's paths and lawns during their honeymoon stay here in 1954. The elegance and ambience remains today and the Prince Hotels and Resorts group has ensured that the tradition of fine service and excellence goes on.

Fine dining is available at the various restaurants including authentic seasonal French cuisine served in the Main Dining Room (try the Abalone steak that comes with the best sauce in the world!!). Also recommended is the Grill Room on the lower level with fresh fish and seafood and priced at about half that of the Main Dining Room. Guests are treated to an experience of "old world splendor" that will have you feeling as though you've traveled back in time to a forgotten era. Over the years many prominent people have stayed here including multiple Japanese Prime Ministers, Emperors and Empresses, the King and Queen of Sweden & Boris Yeltsin.


ANA Crowne Plaza, Kobe

Directly connected to Shinkobe Station, ANA Crowne Plaza Kobe is quickly becoming the meeting place of choice for discerning guests from all over the world. This landmark hotel with banquet and fitness facilities provides an impressive view over Kobe City to the south, and the slopes of Rokko Mountain to the north. Each room has fabulous panoramic views, as well as luxury furnishings and first-class service. In addition to an indoor pool, this 4 star property provides a health club, a sauna, a fitness facility and also offers high-speed Internet access and premium satellite television channels.


The Arima View Hotel, Kobe

The Arima View Hotel is located in the beautiful mountains to the north of Kobe. This is the most famous area for onsens in Japan and the beneficial effects of these volcanic spring waters are legendary throughout Japan. The Arima View Hotel is a medium sized onsen, quiet and comfortable with both indoor and outdoor, same gender baths. Rooms are tatami-style, very traditional Japanese style rooms where you sleep on futon. All rooms have a wonderful view of the mountains, gardens and the lovely Arima area.

Ryokans are famous for the magnificent dinner which is normally served to you in your room.  No stay in Japan is complete without at least one night in a ryokan, one of Japan's quintessential experiences. The peace, tranquillity, gorgeous mountain views, delicious and artfully presented cuisine and, of course, the baths all combine to make for a truly memorable and uniquely "Japanese" experience.