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Located in Yoro, 1.7 mi from Site Of Reversible Destiny Yoro Park, Yusennosato Hotel Nadeshiko features accommodations with a restaurant, free private parking, a shared lounge and a garden. Delightful spa hotel, just off the expressway at the new Yoro junction. Ideal for a break when travelling between East and West Japan. Very helpful staff, even arranged an LL size bath robe for the spa, as they guessed that a foreigner may need a larger size! Good sized room, with a sofa, and very comfy bed. Parking was ample, but do not confuse the hotel car park with the onsen car park. Wifi speedy and easy log on. Wide open lobby, and rooms are arranged around a courtyard, with LED lighting! Beer vending machines for a late night drink too!
Located a 10-minute drive from Yoro Train Station and Yoro Tenmei Hantenchi park, Takimotokan Yuki No Sato is nestled in a tranquil area. They picked us up at the train station and helped us thru the entire hotel. Dinner and breakfast we're great! We had a room with a hot spring in it because of our tattoos and it was amazing! The view was superb. The beds weren't amazingly comfy but they were very nice for the traditional setup. Also the yukatas we're very comfy. We would definitely stay again
Located in Ogaki, 5 mi from Ikeda Onsen New Building, Royal Hotel Uohachi Bettei provides accommodations with free WiFi and free private parking. The hotel is located near the highway exist, and also surrounded by a convenience store and other fast food options. Hospitality of the staff was great! I particularly enjoyed the room; it was spacious and clean and the interior design was very unique and cute. The bed was super comfortable too!
Located in Ogaki, 7.5 mi from Ikeda Onsen, Business Hotel Shizusato Ryokan features views of the mountain. I really loved the warm welcome I received from the very friendly owner. He poured me a glass of complimentary sake and gave me the directions to two different onsens in the Ogaki area. The room was small but cosy, with a comfortable bed, tatami mats, TV, kettle and tea pot and cup.
The best is that it is off the grid in a small remote village in Japan. The truly local life is something hard to experience touring big cities. However, Yōrō itself does not have much more than onsen to offer, and is one hour away from Nagoya with one transfer. Even though we got used to the commute over time, the first couple days were exhausting.