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Hotels in Takeo start at $86 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
You won't find many places to sleep and relax in the immediate vicinity of Takeo's downtown. We recommend all visitors book well ahead if you'd like to stay close to Takeo's action.
One of just a handful of rooms near the heart of Takeo, is the Central Hotel Takeo.
The Chagokoro no Yado Warakuen is 7 miles (12 kilometers) from the city center of Takeo. Another hotel is the Furuyu Onsen Oncri, which is located 16 miles (27 kilometers) away. The Hana No Shizuku and also the Watermark Hotel Nagasaki, Huis Ten Bosch are two other recommended accommodation options around Takeo.
After you have got to know Takeo, why don't you discover a little more of the region? The Kyushu and Okinawa vicinity boasts myriad things to offer. Photograph Kyushu and Okinawa's beaches, mountains and active volcanos. While you're at it, visit a selection of the area's ruins, castles and old towns. Active visitors can also get into mountain biking and hiking here.
Sasebo is 17 miles (28 kilometers) west of Takeo and features Saikai National Park and Kujukushima Aquarium. Some Travelocity-listed Sasebo hotel establishments include the Quintessa Hotel Sasebo and Sasebo Washington Hotel. For another option, stay in Nagasaki Dejima, 35 miles (53 kilometers) south of Takeo, where you can choose from the Hotel New Nagasaki and Hotel Jal City Nagasaki. When you stay in Nagasaki Dejima, set aside some time to check out the Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum and Former British Consulate.
Make sure you get yourself a serving of local sport by making a trek to Fukuoka Yafuoku Dome, which you will find 35 miles (55 kilometers) to the northeast of Takeo. Visitors who are keen on locating a hotel in the area, book in the Hotel Marinoa Resort Fukuoka or Hilton Fukuoka Sea Hawk.
Travelocity's city guide is also a very good way to absorb more tips for Takeo.