Great location for visiting Nikko Shrines. Historically significant hotel built in 1873. Huge room. No bathtub in bathroom, only shower. Beautiful lobby. Try the trout for dinner.
Biggest room and bathroom. Great location. Tub was always dirty. Stingy with tea bags
like everything, but just some difficulty was English
Close to station. Clean. Good amenities and breakfast included
Spacious, clean, warm
The Onsen was located directly next to the river which made for a great view from the open air bath in our room.
A perfect location to be able to walk to the town and temples. Hotel was very clean and comfortable and the staff were very polite and helpful. If you’re after a buzzing night life then you will be disappointed as most of the restaurants and shops are closed by 6pm.
The private hot pool was fantastic with lovely views over the surrounding garden and forest. The Japanese breakfasts & dinners served in private rooms were enjoyable and not having to sit on the floor chairs to eat it was appreciated for a couple of 'mature' guests such as ourselves ! Having opted ...
We arrived at 11:30pm do to traveling late, I received multiple emails from the hotel asking what time I would arrive (I unfortunately didn’t see them until I arrived because I wasn’t checking my phone). This was very responsible of them and I appreciate their concern. The hotel room is bigger than ...
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