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321-2522 Tochigi, Nikko, Kinugawa Onsen Ohara 2 , Japan – Show map
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Pool Table, Ping-Pong, Cycling, Hot Tub, Hot Spring Bath, Bicycle Rental, Karaoke
Food & Drink
Wired internet is available in the hotel rooms and is free of charge.
Private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed) and costs JPY 500 per day.
Vending Machine (drinks), Baggage Storage, Laundry, Daily Housekeeping, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying
Elevator, Heating, Air Conditioning
3:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Until 10:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 6 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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Nikko Tokanso is a 5-minute drive from JR Nikko Station and Tobu Nikko Station. A shuttle service to these 2 stations is provided.
Score from 292 reviews Very good
Nikko Tokinoyuu is located on just a 10-minute walk from the ancient Rinno-ji temple complex. The Japanese-style hotel features a public hot spring bath and free Wi-Fi.
Score from 115 reviews Very good
Offering rooms with free internet access, Nikko Kanaya Hotel houses 4 dining options and a seasonal outdoor pool. A free shuttle service is provided between the hotel and Tobu Nikko Station.
Score from 36 reviews Very good
Boasting outdoor hot spring baths that look out to surrounding mountains, Hotel Kinu is traditional Japanese-style accommodation just a 5-minute walk from Kinugawa Onsen Station.
Score from 8 reviews Very good
It's a very relaxing experience. The room was clean and comfortable. The beds were a little stiff, but big. Also, the linens were quite comfy. We spent 2 nights in October 2014 and the weather was just cold enough to enjoy the hotspring water properly. The personal hotspring tub is super nice, can fit 2 regularly sized people. Also, the pool, hotspring, and Jacuzzi area is really nice. The gym is decently stacked with nice machines, but the 'game corner' is kind of an after-thought. There isn't a lot in town we could find for food, so the half board is worth the money, it's all-you-can eat and the food is pretty good. Dinner was a mix of 5 or so entrees not including rice, noodles, and other sides. Breakfast was scrambled eggs, sausage, ham, a few Japanese menu items, and sides. All and all it was pleasant. No English spoken really at all, but able to communicate pretty effectively without. They did have some literature in English. Really relaxing environment and we were really able to unwind after the first part of our trip in Tokyo. The first day we arrived started with us checking in, followed by drawing a hotspring bath on our private balcony, followed by a nap, a buffet dinner, a 15 minute session in their lobby massage chair, ending in a rooftop Jacuzzi soak. Very soothing. I cannot speak to the quality of the onsen because with all the private amenities we never got around to booking the private one. We were right about the parking lot, but still a good view in my opinion. Also... baboons! This was probably not normal, but the first day my wife spotted a family of baboons around the parking lot and we got lots of great pictures of them playing around. All and all we felt it was worth the money.
The location is a bit out of the way. Kosagoe station isn't on the limited express stops for the Tobu line so you have to make a transfer from Shimo-imaichi station on the local. There was never an attendant on duty and there is no ticket Kiosk at this station, so we ended up paying fair adjustments at our destination stations. Nikko is about 40 minutes away by Tobu. It's about a 10 minute walk to the hotel from the station. It's straight down the road along the tracks, but pull up a google street view before you go, that helped. We got tired of making that walk and had the front desk call a taxi for our luggage when leaving. There was really no english spoken at all from the staff, but it didn't cause any issues. None of these were really deal breakers, though. We were happy with everything else.
The private bath on the balcony Views from room Socks + pyjamas in the room Peacefulness (after the nightmare family above us had left).
They didn't know how to process a payment on a chip and pin card (Visa, for pity's sake - isn't that universal?) and blocked both of ours when trying to take payment. We had to pay cash instead, which meant we didn't have enough cash for the rest of our trip, and incurred large fees when we withdrew more yen from a cash machine back in tokyo. Room above us was incredibly noisy (kids running around all day - REALLY all day! it was unbelievable) Hard to find from the station - a sign might be a good idea? Or email a map with instructions when booking? ZERO english language amongst the reception staff - OK, we only had a tiny bit of Japanese, but they gave us a 15 minute orientation when we arrived entirely in Japanese, and it would have been really helpful if their info leaflets (which covered exactly what the chap was trying to explain) had a short english summary instead of being in Japanese. Which was the language he was already speaking in. The room was a little dirty - windows really really grimy, inside and out, blinds covered in a thick layer of dust. Not in keeping with the "luxury" feel the room gave off in general.
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