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506-0837 Gifu, Takayama, Horibatamachi 67, Japan – Show map
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Massage, Hot Spring Bath
WiFi is available in the hotel rooms and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Vending Machine (drinks), Shuttle Service (free), Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Souvenir/Gift Shop
3:00 PM - 9:00 PM
7:30 AM - 10:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 7 years is charged JPY 1050 per person per night when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Oyado Koto No Yume is just a 2-minute walk from Takayama Station and features Japanese-style rooms with a colorful touch.
Score from 475 reviews Wonderful
Just a 5-minute walk from Takayama Station, Takayama Ouan boasts a rooftop open-air natural hot spring bath, massage services and a restaurant. Rooms come with free wired internet.
Score from 207 reviews Very good
A 10-minute walk from JR Takayama Train Station brings guests to Yamano Iori, featuring public baths and meals with fresh seafood and beef. The Japanese rooms have traditional futon beds.
Score from 394 reviews Very good
A 7-minute walk from JR Takayama Train Station, Rickshaw Inn offers non-smoking Japanese rooms with free Wi-Fi, an LCD TV and a private bathroom.
Score from 113 reviews Excellent
The onsen was lovely! Staff were friendly and helpful. Walking distance to the main attractions in Takayama. Free shuttle bus to and from the station at certain times, great with lots of luggage! Lots of manga comics in the hotel, sadly we can't read japanese!
Nothing, it was great
Japanese style room clean room nice view Japanese traditional breakfast Private open air onsen
Private open air onsen request extra payment 1000 Yen.
Staff is very kind and thinking of it's customers. Price - quality value is good. Situated on top of Takayama. Possibility of getting a private bath with your partner. Hotel - train station there is free shuttle bus.
Rooms and toilet was a bit small for us westerners. But due to such nice and friendly staff you forget this in an instant!
I highly recommend this Ryokan (traditional japanese hotel). First we phoned them from the train station and in 8 minutes they had a van to pick us up (for free). You have to take your shoes off to enter the hotel, it´s clean and the staff are super helpful. Our hotel accommodation had 2 rooms, one room with a modern bed and a second room with a traditional japanese table and chairs. The bath was a beautiful wooden bath, we took photos of it it was so nice. There are 2 onsen (Japanese Spa) / rotenburo (Japanese Spa outdoors) in the hotel, one for ladies the other for men. You can also rent a private outdoor rotenburo like a hot tub for 1000 Yen for 45 mins. It was super clean, the hotel has a beautiful terrace. It´s on the outskirts of Takayama (a beautiful town) but the town is so small we walked everywhere. I would highly highly recommend this hotel.
Staff very friendly and helpful. Loved the onsen...so relaxing and peaceful. I went early and loved it because no one was there just sat in the tub on the balcony overlooking trees. Just heaven:) Breakfast was great experience of the traditional kind. Served on the floor. Nice location overlooking town and nice view from balcony. Favourite place I stayed over the 3 weeks in Japan.
the room was huge , clean and quiet , incredible food and staff , private onsen is a must for tatooed people like me...
it's not easy to get there walking , but the cab was not too expensive and you could arrange in the morning to someone from Hotel to take you back to station for free.
Great ryokan with fantastic views of town - far enough that it's quiet yet close enough that it's a 10 minute walk into town. Amazing room and great onsen. Free shuttle from bus/train terminal between 3pm-5pm.
Really friendly and helpful staff but really difficult to communicate with them as most of them don't speak English.
Very nice atmosphere. Amazing view from the terrace, it is bit far away from the train station but they offer free pick up service. and it is a short walk into the old city center. Staff is really friendly. you have plenty of space in your room. Breakfast and dinner is traditionally japanese and you get plenty.
beds are a bit uncomfortable
Lovely hotel, the baths were great. It had a fantastic view of the town, and the staff were very friendly.
The hot spring was lovely and there was even the chance of using the rotenburo privately for a small fee. The hotel has a great view over the city, including a fantastic temple with a large golden roof. The room had comfy futons and enough space (in Japan, rooms are often small instead). Only one staff member spoke English, but everyone was helpful and nice so it is possible to manage well anyway!
On the second day they served us a more westernized breakfast, maybe because few other western guests did not eat their own Japanese breakfast on the previous morning... But we liked the Japanese breakfast and would have preferred that! :)
Spacious and comfortable suit. Friendly staff. Nice location close to the mountain with walking trail and ruins. Great food.
Room walls slightly tatty/run down looking.
The breakfast was delicious, the staff were great. The view from our room overlooking the city was lovely at night.
Lack of non-smoking rooms
The room was pleasant and the bathroom was excellent
A little difficult to find
Spacious rooms with nice view. Clean hotel with friendly staff (but hardly speak any english). Nice onsen.
If you want to hit onsen in the morning, you have to get up really early. In the morning it's only open from 6am to 8am unfortunately.
Large japanese style room with private bathroom. Friendly helpful staff. Look location with good views over the town. Lovely public baths in the hotel.
Excellent Japanese banquet dinner. Great onsen with city views. Shuttle bus service to/from station.
Beautiful hotel, lovely traditional Japanese style.
Not very helpful with regard to vegetarian food.
Excellent japanese diner Friendly staff, although Not all personel Knies english.
The onsen in the hotel is great!
The japanese style bedroom with good views. The staff are very friendly although only one of them speaks English. We enjoyed the private bath. The breakfast is very good, however you won't eat it if you don't like japanese food.
Japanese style rooms, with separate lounge and bedroom, very big size rooms. Ensuite with wooden bath. Location up on the hill overlooking Takayama. Outdoor public bath is nice, but it is just a plastic tub outside.
Our fault for walking up to the hotel on a blazing hot day. A bit difficult to find unless you have the exact location on the map (Google maps did not give the correct location >.<)
A great place for someone wants to experience the traditional Japanese hotel. Everyone should try their dinner.
+ value for money + great view
location is on the hill but close to the old parts of the town well preserved , the river with markets, facilities are quite good
Nice room with view of Takayama, comfortable chairs by the large window, very calm setting. The public bath had both single and group hot baths with a view of the garden and town. Very good Japanese breakfast the first day.
On the third and fourth days, they insisted on giving us American breakfasts, stating it was their policy. This was strange, since the other 10 tables were all getting a Japanese breakfast which was far better. They also had limited or no English, so be prepared for a lot of sign language if you don't speak Japanese.
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