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Introducing the lounge and breakfast at Royal Park Hotel Takamatsu, blog review with photos

I stayed at Royal Park Hotel Takamatsu, so I'm going to write a blog review of the rooms. This all-club floor hotel is located in the center of Takamatsu City.

Royal Park Hotel Takamatsu details

The rooms are explained in the article below.

Blog review of rooms at Royal Park Hotel Takamatsu (all club floor)


TEL 087-823-2222
ADRESS 1-3-11 Kawaramachi, Takamatsu City, Kagawa Prefecture 760-0052

CI/CO Check-in 15:00 / Check-out 11:00
parking [Parking lot on the hotel grounds] First 8 spaces Price: 1,500 yen per night
[Affiliated parking lot] Anabuki coin parking or Marugame Town Shopping District Promotion Association parking lot
(Marugame-san, Marugame Town Municipal North Parking Lot) Price: 1,200 yen per night circle


From Takamatsu Airport

Approximately 30 minutes by taxi (approximately 5,000 yen)

Limousine bus approximately 40 minutes (710 yen)

From Takamatsu Station

Get off at Kawaramachi Station and walk 5 minutes

About 10 minutes by taxi (about 800 yen)

Route bus approximately 10 minutes (170 yen)

Lounge details (some images are taken from the official website)

The lounge opening hours are as follows:

Lounge opening hours


Breakfast: 7:00-9:30 (LO 9:00)

Tea time: 15:00-18:00

Cocktail time: 18:00-20:00

Bar time: 20:00-22:00

Ochazuke presentation: 21:00-22:00

Review with photos

There was this kind of information in front of the lounge. ▼

▼The entrance to the lounge looks like this.


I would like to introduce you to breakfast. Plans without club lounge access and non-guests can use the lounge for 2,500 yen per person.

The menu includes Western and Japanese options. This time we had Japanese food.

▼Breakfast photo

▼Plates offered on the Japanese menu

The food was healthy and a good choice for breakfast.

▼Salads etc. are buffet style. They also have yogurt and fruit.

▼Drinks. Milk, tomato juice, etc.

▼Pink grapefruit, orange juice, apple juice

▼Shippoku udon. Kagawa's local cuisine. A dish in which several types of seasonal vegetables are simmered with soup and served over udon noodles. In Kagawa, some families eat it instead of Toshikoshi soba at the end of the year.


▼We also have bread.

You can slowly toast it in the Balmuda toaster. It brings out the deliciousness of the bread.

You can see how busy the lounge is on the TV in your room. The screen said it was crowded, so I thought there might be a bit of a line. I was thinking about that. The actual crowding situation in the lounge was about 70%.

tea time

If you do not have lounge access, you can use it for 1000 yen.

If you enter the room immediately after checking in, it will be tea time in the lounge.

▼What I received during tea time

▼Bread, cake, potato chips, etc.

▼Lotus biscuits and wafers

▼Sanuki miso pudding

▼Coffee machine

▼Acai blend, mango blend


▼Apple juice, orange juice

▼Fuji Mineral Water, Perrier

▼Tsujiri Sencha

▼Black tea

▼There was alcohol disinfectant on each table. We are taking strict measures against infectious diseases. There were no vinyl gloves provided when taking the buffet.

cocktail time

The plan without lounge access is 4,000 yen per person. Also, children under elementary school age are not allowed to enter.

▼What I received at cocktail time

▼Buffet table

▼Opposite side of buffet table

▼Smoked salmon

▼Roast beef

▼Wine, beer, whiskey, shochu, sake

▼Pour your own beer from the server.

After this, bar time will be provided, but some of the cocktail time dishes will be lowered and the menu will switch to alcohol-based offerings.

Ochazuke presentation

The Ochazuke presentation will begin at 9pm during cocktail hour.

You can enjoy Ochazuke topped with a wide variety of seasonal ingredients unique to Setouchi. The restaurant features a special soup stock made by blending freshly cooked Kagawa original rice "Oidemai" with brown rice tea and Japanese-style soup stock made by the restaurant "Nishiki Japanese Restaurant" in the same building.

You can adjust the ingredients to your liking, which change with the seasons. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to visit it this time, so I'd like to show you some photos from the official website.

The rooms are explained in the article below.