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Breezbay Hotel & Resort Gero is located in Gero, 1.5 miles from Gero Onsen Gassho-mura and 1.8 miles from Gero Hot Spring.
Located in Gero, 8 miles from Gero Onsen Gassho-mura and 9 miles from Gero Hot Spring, Guesthouse Soranoie provides accommodations with free WiFi and a garden with a terrace.
Built and opened in 2012, Gero Onsen Yukyunohana is located along Hida River, a 10-minute walk from JR Gero Station. Met the hotel staff Ben, who is originally from HK. He's been very helpful during our stay ! Everything is great about the hotel. Nothing to complain ! Value for money too !
Located a 9-minute walk from JR Gero Station on the Takayama Main Line, Gero Onsen Masuya offers Japanese-style guestrooms. Guests can soak in the hot spring bath. Staff was very friendly and helpful. When they know I’m going to Gassho Village, they offered to drive me there which result in considerable time and energy saving. Also private bath is newly built, clean, and beautiful.
Located a 5-minute drive from Gero Station, Kawakamiya Kasuitei offers traditional Japanese-style guestrooms featuring tatami (woven straw) flooring and hot spring baths in the Gero Onsen area. Everything was perfect. Staff were very nice, caring and helpful. The food was exceptional. Onsen was really good too.
Featuring natural hot spring baths both indoor and open-air, Suihoen offers traditional Japanese-style accommodations with a historic charm. Right next to Gassho Cillage about 3 mins walk. And close to the river. The room was so great and dinner was delicious. The staff are very friendly and helpful.
Taki Ryokan has accommodations in Ōtaki. The rooms in the ryokan are equipped with a flat-screen TV. At Taki Ryokan, rooms have a private bathroom with free toiletries.
Located in Gujo, Minshuku Shimoda features a garden. 34 mi from Dynaland, the property is also 35 mi away from Washigatake Ski Resort. The units in the ryokan are equipped with a TV. The owner was kind enough to take to to the bus stop and pick me up from the station, even at a later hour.
Resort Pension Shikisai is located in Gujo, a 5-minute drive from Meihou Ski Resort. Free WiFi is available throughout the property.
Opened in 2014, Machiyado - Female Only offers accommodations with free WiFi access in the center of the Gunjo Hachiman area. The location is close to the busy areas while being in a quiet side of town. The hostess was a delight, she tried to reserve transportation for my next trip but with it being winter, buses full. She was able to accommodate me for an extra night in a private room, which was much appreciated and needed to experience the hidden side of the town. The house is very cozy and comfortable.
On average, 3-star hotels in Gero cost $241 per night, and 4-star hotels in Gero are $348 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Gero can be found for $336 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Gero this weekend is $567 or, for a 4-star hotel, $629. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Gero for this weekend cost around $926 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Great Journey if you wish to experience Japanese famous Hot Spring. Gero is one of the most famous city for that. Nice Natural scenery. Take a trip by train will give you a great view along the mountain. Gero Train station is also classic look. Most Hotel or Japanese Ryokan will pick you up free of charge from this station. The Hot springs are so relaxing place to go especially in winter time. Food is also excellecnt is most place. Try Kaiseki, Japanese authentic course while you change to Yukata (Japanese costume), then you can truly enjoy the atmosphere.
Nice onsen town with beautiful river and mountains view. Quiet and peaceful during our visited in mid June. We loved the scenery and wish we stayed longer to explore the surrounding area. On the main street there were many small interesting stores and eateries. Gero is one of three most famous onsen of Japan that you should experience at least once if you are onsen’s fan.
the bath/hot spring of course was great the food (breakfast) was excellent but the cost of the dinner was very expensive and no other choice,( price ranges) we didn't have dinner at the hotel though.
The place has nothing to offer except the Onsen, but again, this is not the only hotel that has Onsen. You can't dip in the Onsen the whole day, you need activities to support your stay. This Onsen offers none of it.
Gero is a small lovely village! There's nothing much to do for the active tourist but I'm sure nobody minds to take time out for few days to enjoy the public onsens and the beautiful temples and mountains. Food is excellent and Gero is quiet, but it is too quiet to stay for more than 2-days. After Gero, go to Takayama which is rather near - village which is famous for its festivals and extraordinary architecture ;)
Great food and great Onsen, it was the highlight of our 17 day Japan trip. The onsen water is especially good for skins as it improved my daughters eczema dramatically !! We will have to try and replicate the magic water at home somehow !!!
8.5 Very Good 392 reviews
It was a nice hotel, quiet and private. Decorate with the real japanese style room. Room was very clean, all faciliteis were OK. Staffs were very very friendly, kind, and helpful. They asked for pick me to station by their car :D. The onsen was awesome, really appreciated. I recommend you to stay at Izumi-so hotel.
8.9 Excellent 716 reviews
This is the best hotel I have ever stayed in Japan. Great service, and wonderful food served in the room. Of course the Onsen is also quite enjoyable. My travel companions are all very satisfied with and taken by the stay. Will definitely return.
8.1 Very Good 1,290 reviews
Nice bigger sized hotel. Rooms are comfortable and big. The outside onsen (hot water bath) is great. The onsen is open 24 hours a day (unlike what was written by Booking.com), apart from late morning cleaning. Very professional staff.
8.5 Very Good 397 reviews
It is a really nice ryokan, you can feel the traditional Japanese vibe. The room is large, the futon is very confortable. The onsen is great. this ryokan is relaxing. And the breakfast was delicious.
9.1 Awesome 89 reviews
It is arguably the best accommodation we’ve had in our trip. Much more personalized than the other five stars hotel we’ve stayed in. Go with the room with private onsen, it is worth every penny!
8.3 Very Good 37 reviews
The landlady and the gentleman who picked us up are super nice and friendly. The hotel is not too big, but facilities are so far so good. Meals prepared by hotel are good and delicious.
8.9 Excellent 2,051 reviews
The size of the room is relatively big. Car is arranged to pick up customers from JR station to the hotel, which is very convenient.
8.2 Very Good 180 reviews
Good location，closed to Gero station. Nice hotel manager giving us some advice on restaurant and hot spring bath.
8.2 Very Good 119 reviews
Onsen was very good. Dinner is in buffet style with free alcohol drinks.
7.1 Good 69 reviews
Onsen open air ,dinner , room everything
7.9 Good 243 reviews
Great view of the river and the red bridge. Convenient access from JR station through free hotel shuttle bus. Value for money. Great onsen. There are 3 large indoor pools and 2 outdoor pools (under a roof) for women. I guess it is similar for men. Old hotel but it is not a problem. It looks classic, clean and in good shape. Friendly and polite staff.
8.1 Very Good 154 reviews
This is my second time to stay at this hotel. Same room as previous. I love this hotel so much.
9.0 Awesome 30 reviews
Delicious food and good service
6.2 Review score 36 reviews