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Located in Yamanouchi, 2.9 miles from Jigokudani Monkey Park, Hotel&Resort Yamanouchi Hills has accommodations with a restaurant, free private parking, a shared lounge and a garden. Good location really close to the train station and to a konbini. The foreigner staff was really friendly. the hôtel have good quality for price with both Japanese style room and Japanese style with western style bed, it was really quiet at night. Really warm ambiance in the lounge, there is a shop with a lot of camping gear. Also the rooftop is huge and you can chill out watching the stars!
Offering a barbecue and ski storage space, AIBIYA is located in Yamanouchi in the Nagano Region, 2.5 mi from Jigokudani Monkey Park. Wonderful, professional, friendly service! Comfortable, gorgeous, traditional room. Lovely gift shop. Delicious breakfast with lots of variety. Great location. We felt like welcomed friends by the time we left!
A small 6-room inn with Ryokan meals and cozy interiors, Yasuragi is just a few minutes drive to Jigokudani Monkey Park and an 8-minute walk from Yudanaka Train Station. Hot-spring baths are featured.... The dinner was amazing. We were feeling lazy so opted for it even though it was a little on the expensive side as far as we were concerned. However it was amazing and well worth the money spend. Highly recommend that if you stay here you order dinner at least once.
Located in Yamanouchi, 2.6 miles from Jigokudani Monkey Park, ZEN Hostel provides accommodations with a shared lounge, free private parking and a garden. I am so happy we chose Zen. I spent a long time debating over which place to stay on our trip to see the snow monkeys and snowboard at Shiga Kogen, and I'm so glad we stayed here. Everyone who works here speaks English as a native speaker. Even the owner speaks English really well. They were so kind and accommodating of our daughter's special dietary needs. Our family of five fit well in the quadruple room and we came prepared with pajamas for the cold nights. The town is nice and the Hostel is so close to the bus and train station, just a five minute walk, also right by the convenience store and the D-Line restaurant (which has pizza and pasta and taco spring rolls which my husband says are the best things he's eaten in Japan). The hostel itself also has dinner, and I had the best salad I've ever had here. (Also apple pie and ice cream.) My kids loved running around and exploring the place, and especially loved the hidden bathroom behind the bookshelf in the common area, near the wood stove and the gym with the horseback riding exercise machine (no idea what that's called). We really, really enjoyed our stay and are so thankful to the staff for being so kind to us. The snow up on the mountains is incredible (so don't lose hope if you arrive here and there isn't any snow, even if you're not here to ski, take the bus at least as far as Sun Valley and you'll see a winter wonderland). We would really like to come back in the green time too, and go hiking and try the ninja park.
Located a 7-minute walk from Yudanaka Train Station, Hotel Housei offers free WiFi access, indoor/outdoor hot spring baths and air-conditioned Japanese-style rooms. The best staff from all 12 hotels, where I stayed in this my trip. They met me at the JR station, the next day I had the free shuttle service to the Snow Monkeys Park, at the last day they bring me to the JR Yudanaka. 24-hours opportunity to use indoor and outdoor onsens, amazing breakfast with the lot of Japanese meal options. Good coffee. Good Wi-Fi.
Bozanso is a 10-minute walk from Yudanaka Train Station and a 10-minute drive from Jigokudani Monkey Park. The hotel offers natural hot spring baths, a cafe and bar and free parking. Very friendly host and staff that catered to all of our needs. The onsen, meals and traditional Bath gave us a unique Japanese experience. The location is close to everything we wanted to do - skiing and seeing snow monkeys.