Pick your preferred language. We speak English and 43 other languages.
寅家 Toraya ryokan provides rooms in Gero near Gero Onsen Gassho-mura and Gero Onsen. 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 on a hill and overlooking the famous Gero hot-spring area, Yunoshimakan, founded in 1931, offers large public indoor hot spring baths and open-air hot spring baths. The staff were really friendly and they were really professional when giving us a briefing about the place and explaining the map, serving us dinner in the room and making up the futons for us. The view at the property is amazing! Once in a lifetime kind of experience!
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.
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. Food was delicious. Wonderful and friendly staff. The private stone onsen was well worth the cold walk outside.
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. River view was amazing, loved the afternoon tea at the balcony, tried 3 onsen, the 3rd floor one is the best.
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Gerobal Hostel offers accommodations in Gero, just a 2-minute walk away from Gero Station. Private parking is available on site. The grateful thing is hostel very near to station, just 1minute. The Owner is very kind and helpful. Give me a many information about destination. Really thanks!
Located a 10-minute walk from Gero Station and Gero Hot Spring, Minoriso offers accommodations with a 24-hour hot spring bath. Japanese dishes featuring seasonal ingredients are served at Minoriso. Only for those really loves onsens. The 3rd and 5th floors onsens open 24hrs.
Boasting natural hot spring baths both indoor and open-air, Shogetsu offers luxurious Japanese-style accommodations overlooking Gero hot spring town.
Awarded by the Travel Association for their traditional multi-course meals, Kissenkan Chikusuitei offers Japanese-style accommodations. The meal is so delicious and the facilities are so good
Mutsumikan offers traditional Japanese-style guest rooms featuring relaxing ambiance and tatami (woven-straw) flooring. The room quite bigger than another hotel type in Japan.
Located on a hill in the Gero hot-spring area, Ooedo-Onsen Monogatari Gero Shinkan offers indoor/outdoor hot-spring baths. Nice view Friendly staff who try even when they can’t speak English
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. River view was amazing, loved the afternoon tea at the balcony, tried 3 onsen, the 3rd floor one is...
Hot-spring public baths with panoramic views await guests of Sasara Ryokan, just an 8-minute walk from JR Gero Train Station. Traditional multi-course meals are served in the Japanese tatami rooms. Food is great.Onsen in the room is very enjoyable. Your name is written in the welcome billboard.
On only a minute’s walk from Hida River, Japanese-style hotel Gero Onsen Fugaku offers free Wi-Fi, large indoor and outdoor hot spring baths, and spacious rooms with river views. All staffs are very nice and hotel is very clean. Great services and food.
Breezbay Hotel & Resort Gero is located in Gero, within 1.5 miles of Gero Onsen Gassho-mura and 2.1 miles of Gero Onsen.
Located in Gero, within a 13-minute walk of Gero Onsen Gassho-mura and 0.4 miles of Gero Onsen, Koyokan Wanpakutei provides accommodations with a restaurant and free WiFi as well as free private... The Koyokan ryokan is sister hotel with two other places with hot springs and the front desk...
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Gerobal Hostel offers accommodations in Gero, just a 2-minute walk away from Gero Station. Private parking is available on site. The grateful thing is hostel very near to station, just 1minute. The Owner is very kind and helpful.
Built and opened in 2012, Gero Onsen Yukyunohana is located along Hida River, a 10-minute walk from JR Gero Station. The staffs are very friendly. Meal size is quite large.
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. Food was delicious. Wonderful and friendly staff.
Ogawaya offers a restaurant, a hot spring bath and karaoke, 3 minutes from Gero Station with its complimentary shuttle.
On average, 3-star hotels in Gero cost $264 per night, and 4-star hotels in Gero are $367 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Gero can be found for $306 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, it costs $218 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Gero for tonight. You'll pay around $182 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Gero will cost around $297, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Gero this weekend is $417 or, for a 4-star hotel, $288. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Gero for this weekend cost around $286 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
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.
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.
Gero might have been a nice town of Onsen 50 years ago, but the city nor hotels were well maintained. People in the town are not very friendly to foreigners. During this trip, I travelled to 8 towns (Nagoya, Suzuka, Otsu, Fukui, Kanazawa, Takayama, Shirakawa and Gero), and the people in Gero are the only one which gave me a feeling that they don’t welcome foreigners. The Onsen hotel I stayed at is ranked high scores on Booking.com, Agoda and Expedia, however, the reviews didn’t reflect the actual condition.
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 hostel host was very happy and helpful, gracious. The spaces were clean and very accommodating despite the older appearance. The location is close to train station and some eating spots serving famous Gero specialty. Close walking to many hot baths and bridge into Center of town.
Food is great.Onsen in the room is very enjoyable. Your name is written in the welcome billboard. We particularly liked the cartoons and paintings in the underground hallway, and the Shiba Inu in front of the reading room makes us feel like home.
The room was big for Japan, very traditional comfortable stay, the location was great, staff were friendly, (limited English though) Fantastic dinner and breakfast, quality ingredients, delicious and very generous!! Easy to walk around the town.
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.
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.
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.
Everything was perfect. Staff were very nice, caring and helpful. The food was exceptional. Onsen was really good too.
Real Japanese experience, amazing staff and beautiful onsen, I would recommend my friends to go
Onsen was very good. Dinner is in buffet style with free alcohol drinks.
The Japanese room is big with nice River view.
View and Onsen.