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A 5-minute walk from JR Nagano Train Station, Chisun Grand Nagano offers rooms with free WiFi access throughout the hotel. The customer service is superb, the amneties are excellent.
Located a 10-minute walk from JR Nagano Shinkansen (bullet train) Station, Hotel JAL City Nagano offers modern guest rooms, a beauty salon and a 24-hour business center. cleanliness, space in the rooms
A 5-minute walk from JR Nagano Train Station, Hotel Select Inn Nagano offers free breakfast with fresh bread and coffee. Facilities include a 24-hour front desk. Price compared to places nearby.
Hotel Nagano Avenue offers accommodations in Nagano and features a public bath, sauna and an electric massage chair. Free WiFi and wired internet access are provided. One of the more comfortable hotels I stayed in! The staff was very helpful and accommodating.
アパホテル〈長野〉 is located in Nagano, within a 16-minute walk of Zenkoji Temple and 9 miles of Togakushi Shrine. A 7-minute walk from Joyama-koen, the property is also 0.4 miles away from Midori Nagano.
Located just a 5-minute walk from JR Nagano Shinkansen (bullet train) Station, アイランドホテル features natural hot spring baths. Free wired internet is offered in the room. all was good, we stayed during typhoon Hagibis and we felt very safe great onsen on site, breakfast...
Located in Nagano, within 1 mi of Zenkoji Temple and 8.7 mi of Togakushi Shrine, Hotel NIKKO - Vacation STAY 92927 provides free WiFi throughout the property.
Set in Nagano, within 1 mi of Zenkoji Temple and 8.7 mi of Togakushi Shrine, Hotel NIKKO - Vacation STAY 92928 offers accommodations with free WiFi throughout the property.
Located in Nagano, 1.7 mi from Zenkoji Temple, Hotel Livemax Premium Nagano Ekimae provides rooms with air conditioning.
One of Nagano's specialties is oyaki, a steamed bun filled with various things (local vegetables, leeks, bean paste, etc.). Nagano Station sells them cold, but on the road leading up to Zenko-ji Temple, you can find them piping hot--perfect for a chilly winter day in the mountains. Gohei-mochi is another regional treat, which is basically pounded rice stuck on a stick and grilled. It has a similar flavor to mitarashi dango, though it's not always as sweet. There's an incredible buffet (or "viking") with a ton of vegetarian options on the walk up to Zenjo-ki as well: there's a sign out front that says "kinoko and vegetable," and many of the offerings within feature locally grown vegetables. Don't skip the maitake tempura: I didn't realize how much I liked mushrooms until I came here!