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Established in 1817, Bosenkan is a ryokan with a 3600 square yard Japanese garden and various hot spring baths including a spacious open-air bath. Free shuttles from/to JR Gero Station is available. good location,nice view,excellent dinner and breakfast also nice staff private onsen with nice view
Set between the Hida River and Japanese Alps, Suimeikan offers rooms with river views. It has 3 hot-spring baths and the on-site restaurant where guests can enjoy seasonal local ingredients. the location is very near the station. The hotel also offer bus from station to the hotel. the view is very beautiful. there’re 3 onsen rooms you can enjoy.
Located in Gero, a 9-minute walk from Gero Onsen Gassho-mura, Toraya inn provides accommodations with a shared lounge and free private parking. Very warm and friendly host who explained us all that we should know about the area and the good places to go to make the most of our stay in Gero (public baths are just amazing but towels are needed so he let us use them even after the checkout). The place is a new building, ryokan style with private room so everything perfect for the japanese experience. We couldn’t have expected more. Great value for money with a very nice couple as owners!
Located in the Gero hot-spring district and with a history of over 180 years, Yamagataya offers Japanese and Western-style accommodations with river views. - Price is not bad for what you get, although I imagine there are nicer and less nice around town. This seemed middle ground - The view of the river from the room was beautiful - The staff were very friendly and even helped us carry our bags to our room - You can rent private baths that overlook the river for cheap, and while they’ve aged from the photos, it’s still very nice! - The room was nice and spacious
Mutsumikan offers traditional Japanese-style guest rooms featuring relaxing ambiance and tatami (woven-straw) flooring. The location of the hotel was great! It was very close to the train station so it was easy to find and walk there. The onsen and the rooms were great. Food was also delicious. We had both breakfast and dinner I thought it was really great value! All the staff were very kind and helpful . It felt like a very warm and welcoming place to stay. I would definitely stay here again!
Out of all the places we ate in, I think we enjoyed eating in Unasho the most. They serve unagi, which is a specialty of Nagoya, their neighboring prefecture. There are some negative reviews about unasho, about how it's not value for money, but I don't think so. On our return trip, we passed through Nagoya station and ate in one of the famous unagi places in Nagoya called Maruya Honten. We preferred the unagi from Unasho, it was cleaner and prepared better because you felt the fishbones less in your mouth when you chewed. The hot pudding from Yuamiya was TO DIE FOR. We came back twice to the shop during our trip so that we could eat it again and again.
If you love pudding, onsen or frogs, Gero is definitely the place to stay! The hot Hida milk pudding is absolutely delicious. There is a cute little frog shrine and lots of frog related souvenirs, cookies and street decor. There are public foot baths, great hot sprins and enough places to get a decent snack. I can highly recommend La Vita e Bella. This is an italian place in Gero. The staff were absolutely adorable. They spoke English really well and they actually had a proper English menu.
Gero is located in the Center of the Gifu Region. Small and very beautiful place, with unforgettable landscapes. The hot springs are scattered throughout the city and you can use them all the time. It is possible to walk the entire city on foot. Plenty of restaurants and shopping options.
In Gero itself there are just a few sights to go to. However you can easily stay there to discover Takayama or other close sights. Also there are every hot springs were you can either dip in your feet, hands or just jump in with whole body.
A beautiful Onsen village in Gifu that dates back to the 10th century. There is a huge selection of hot springs to choose from, along with many free foot baths scattered throughout the village. There is a special onsen pass you can get at the visitor centre that gives you access to three different onsen for a reduced rate, and it lasts for 6 months.
This is a great introductory try at an onsen if you’ve never tried one before. Experience a ryokan with the Japanese style bedding. And, include the breakfast and dinner to experience Japanese cuisine-they also will feature their local cuisine. Beautiful scenery, laid back atmosphere, peaceful.
The hot springs were nice, especially the outdoor one. It felt great with the weather being so cold. The hotel was located around a lot of nice souvenir shops and restaurants/cafes. There were a lot of nice bathroom amenities, including a miniature skincare set.
Traditional Ryokan, with excellent accommodation. The staff is very attentive, The meals are divine. Everything works very well. Location next to the Gero train station.
breakfast was good. location was relatively easy to get to through the JR line. onsen was clean. rooms were comfortable and well furnished. staff was super friendly
Great nice staff, trying to explain everything in English. Large room for Japanese standards.
Three very different and sizable hot spring baths. Rate for a hot spring hotel.
Very nice and helpful service, beautiful new hotel
Good location and good service as usual in Japan.
Location quite close to Gero station
onsen tub, in room meal