- Disliked: Staff & service
The whole hotel is very dated. It seems like all they did was to renovate the lobby, so it looks new modern shiny, whereas the rooms are left in the 80s/90s era. We had one of the big rooms, with tatami and also a supposed double bed. The bed was not comfortable at all, and way too small for 2 persons. We ended up sleeping on the futons in the tatami section of the room on the second night. Staff wasn't rude, but not friendly like we will expect of the typical Japanese hospitality. The onsen is huge, but really badly maintained. It's a pity, as there is so much potential at this onsen. One thing to note though - many of the hotels/inns in Teshikaga seems to be pretty old and run-down too. So this might just be one of the better ones already.