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321-1421 Tochigi, Nikko, Tokorono 2828-5, Japan – Show map
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Food & Drink
Special Diet Meals (upon request)
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
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), Lockers, Shared Lounge/TV Area
Newspapers, Non-smoking Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Until 10:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
Children cannot be accommodated at the hotel.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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Just 110 yards from Tobu Nikko Train Station, Nikko Park Lodge Tobu Station offers a restaurant, bike rental and cozy rooms with free Wi-Fi. The entire hotel is non-smoking.
Score from 329 reviews Good
Housed in a traditional 40-year-old house that went through renovations, Nikkosan BackPackers Inn is located in Nikko. Free WiFi access is available. Extras include bed linen.
Score from 66 reviews Excellent
Located a 5-minute taxi ride away from JR Nikko Train Station and Tobunikko Train Station, Koduchi no Yado Tsurukamedaikichi offers guests rooms with a view of the surrounding nature.
Score from 61 reviews Excellent
Just half a mile from Nikko Toshogu Shrine, Turtle Inn Nikko offers affordable accommodations with river views. Hot spring baths are available and breakfast and dinner are offered.
Score from 96 reviews Very good
The owner is a great asset and a wonderful human being.
The heating cover...
All my clothes were smelling fire because they heat with woodfire...
helpful owner and staff, PC for guests
smelly room, damp patches on the wall, toilet flowed over, dirty and smelly lounge; suitable for backpackers who don't mind roughing it a bit
Staff very helpful and kind, they gave us a lift to the station on the morning we left.
It's about a 15-20min uphill walk from the station - difficult with luggage. Our breakfast order was forgotten on two days. But they apologised and fixed this quickly both times.
If you're looking for homely East meets West accommodation, then Nikko Park Lodge Mountain Side is for you. The meals are good value for money. The staff are helpful. And the rooms are comfortable. The downstairs common area is more tranquil and more social than that of many hostels. Drinks are dispensed from the machine in the corner, or across the small bar as strangers swap travel stories and make plans for the next day. My wife and I both agree that Nikko Park Lodge Mountain Side was the accommodation highlight of our trip.
Our room was hot in the evening after leaving the air conditioner off for the day. The Lodge is some distance from the train station making it difficult to find when arriving in the dark.
Small lodge in the hills above Nikko (with free shuttle service from station), this is a pleasant place to stay with very friendly staff - they made us dinner at extremely short notice.
Rooms are a bit old-fashioned - you might like it, or you might think it badly needs refurbishing. But the beds are comfortable.
Nice location in the woods; very friendly staff, english is perfect, owner lived in California, drove us to the shrine and station, includes simple but nice breakfast.
Boss is a kindness person. The meal is delicious. Nikki Park Lodge is awesome.
Do not have washing machine.
The man in charge of the lodge was extremely helpful and knew English perfectly.
The woman in charge was not quite as friendly and helpful.
We came to Nikko to enjoy nature and that`s what this lodge offers!! The sister hotel at Nikko station kindly offered to store our luggage until the shuttle came at 3. There is a grocery store just down the street from the Niko Station hotel. Our lodge window opened up into the pine branches with a singing bird! We got the family suite and it was so roomy with two beds downstairs and a second floor loft with three more beds! Our teenage son was thrilled with the excellent WiFi connection in the room!!
Had to navigate stairs with lots of luggage to get to our room, however the lodge provided an assistant to help us carry our things up! Saw some hairs in the bathroom when we arrived, but I think they were left from the person who cleaned? Paid extra for breakfast but we were only offered toast, butter and coffee. There is an option to pay for a specific breakfast at the front desk, I think paying at check in makes it clear what you want.
The meals were very good, in sufficient quantity. The hotel is charming, the personnel friendly. The atmosphere is calm and the rooms clean. It offers the possibility to leave the luggage near the train station (in the other branch of the hotel).
Somehow old-fashioned style and bedding. A little bit far from downtown - but there is a shuttle service available.
Very humid I found a cucurache close to my bed when we arrived Shower was mouldy and smelt mould. Toilets were very rustic. It was raining and we heard the rain very loud. Dormitory was in the middle of a passage. Staff and a dog came into our dormitory until 10:30pm.
Really nice and helpful hosts, good food, confortable bed, good connexion
bathroom a bit smelly and bathtube broken. Dorm not that much well ventilated. A bit far for what it worth.
The main master of the place I guess, is very very cool and gentle. He will give you very good advices for your trip in Nikkô, will surely propose to take you to the train with his personal car when you'll be checking out. Very close to the urushi museum (うるし博物館), it's easy to find. Very good service. The homemade ice tea was killer. There were 3 acoustic guitars, an electric guitar and a bass guitar with 2 amps !! This place is surely one of the bests places to stay in Nikkô.
15 to 20 walk to the nearest konbini. Buy what you think you'll need before going back to the lodge. They sell for low prices what you may need, as crackers, muffins, toothbrushes with face towels, etc. Just ask. They may have what you need. ;)
Staff very friendly and helpful. Nice accommodation and very good food too. Do not hesitate to book a room!
Really stunning social area, comforting, homely and welcoming. We had a great BBQ together with other guests, great service from the owners, but also able to get privacy in the rooms. Amazing onsen 5 mins walk from the door. Nice walk from the station.
Not the most modern of furnishings in the rooms, but cosy. Def attracts travellers, so if you want super authentic japanese experience should try elsewhere.
Nice and cozy place with clean washrooms
The dorm can do with some space. It was a little too crowded.
Remote, quiet location. Walking distance from town, temples, and hikes. Nearby Onsen (hot spring bath). Friendly staff, eager to please. Provides rides to town, temples, and trailheads. Quaint (old), but mostly clean facility. We had a private room with bath. Quiet. Peaceful environment. Nice folks, excellent English skills, learned in Los Angeles, I think. Some hotel style accommodations, like in room tv, air conditioning. Very knowledgable about local sites not on the standard tourist trails. Big bed!
This is a guesthouse ideal for backpackers, adventurers, and true travelers who want lodgings a step above a hostel. Folks who need x-star accommodations need not apply. The private bathroom in our room was one of those prefabricated japanese baths a bit larger than a phone booth. If we needed more room we used the public toilet down the hall. The refrigerator didn't work. They swapped it out for us; but typically I wouldn't expect to see a fridge in a place like this. No laundry facilities; nearest coin laundry is a 20 minute walk to town. Big bad made for small space, but public lobby is huge, great place to hang with the owners and meet international travelers.
Room was comfortable and spacious. It had air conditioning, western-style bed, good free wi-fi, in-room toilet and shower. The whole place had a very quaint and cozy ski lodge kind of feel. It's probably wonderful in the winter. Staff was very friendly and helpful. There is a shuttle from town and there's an onsen 5 minutes walk away. Dinner is served, which is good because there is nowhere nearby to eat at.
The shuttle from town only runs from 3 - 5 PM. You have to go over to the Nikko Park Lodge Ekimae to get it, which wasn't clear. The process of getting there and back was enough of a pain that I wouldn't do it again. In our one-night stay there, we encountered a giant huntsman spider on the wall across from our room and a large forest leech of some kind on the stairs. The dinner was very limited in options: do you want the chicken, the fish, or the tofu? The price seemed a little high, although I am fairly frugal.
If you have a car, the location is okay. Otherwise, it is half an hour walk from town.
Very poor customer service, lack of communication and cheap standards for an expensive price. Check-in is very late: 3pm. We were allowed to park at the property earlier in the day and filled in our paperwork, but when we returned at 5 there was no sign of the owner. Someone else gave us our key, tried to get us to fill in our paperwork again, and then directed us and our 6 bags upstairs where our room was not. After some searching on our own, we finally found our room (downstairs). The room, and hotel in general, was very disappointing given that it was the most expensive of all of the 10 hotels we booked in Japan. In fact, it was easily the worst. There was an extra bed in our double room, which just took up space and left nowhere to sit. The floor was filthy, and the beddings and furnishings very dated. It was probably okay for a hostel, which seemed to be the case, but it was advertised as a hotel and the prices were definitely not hostel prices. We had an early start the next day but were delayed when the "self-serve breakfast at 8" that we'd paid for was nowhere in sight. We felt uncomfortable waiting next to the coffee machine in the communal area so we returned to our rooms and came back later to find that someone had put out 4 slices of bread. My husband and I started on a slice each before the owner finally came out and told us she was making the French Toast we'd ordered and it would be ready soon. We didn't order French toast, we would have never ordered french toast, and seeing the other options after that made us quite annoyed that we hadn't been asked what we wanted as the other guests seem to have been. The toast was lovely, but just not what we like to have for breakfast (it was more of a dessert style affair with lots of icing sugar), and we were quite late for an appointment at the Embassy in Tokyo by now.
We enjoyed our stay at Nikko Park Mountain Lodge, both because of the friendly welcome and because of the woodsy location away from the bustle of the World Heritage Site area. Ken was a wonderful host, and spent lots of time giving us tips on where to hike in and around Nikko, in the area of the lodge, and also at Lake Chusenji and Yumoto onsen. The off-the-beaten-track location of the lodge was a treat for us, as we spent the rest of our three weeks in the crowded suburban Tokyo/Yokohama area with our kids and grandkids. And the shuttle service was a welcome sight after lots of hoofing it in the mountains! Breakfast was a delicious full meal, and the one dinner we had was definitely not your typically small Japanese meal but almost more than we could eat!
We had no complaints at all, and will return there on a future trip.
1. Quiet place, uphills in the nature at town outskirt 2. Friendly owner, fluently speaking English 3. Family style accommodation
1. It is a bit far from JR station, about 25 minutes walk up hill, which is fine if you do not have big suitcase or many luggages 2. Doors to room are a pantry-like and does not insulate well from outside noise, also in bathroom you can hear other guests taking shower 3. Room furnishing is a bit too much decorative, but it is matter of preferences (some may find it sweet and romantic, some may feel it at least unpractical)
The couple who is in charge of the hotel is very nice.
The hôtel is 25 min walk from the train station. When it is raining it is not pleasant.
This was an excellent place to stay! It is only 20 min away from Nikko's main sight-seeing spots. In terms of the place itself, it's perhaps the coziest hostel I have ever stayed in. The bed was super comfortable, and although i stayed in the 8-door mixed room, i found it very intimate. The staff was incredibly hospitable and gave me that "You are at home"-type feeling all the time.
I was disapointed to find the bath was not working :(
nice place, good price, very good staff.
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