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Loved the various onsens to sit in & relax. There were at least 5-6 different onsens to sit in, both indoor & outdoor.
Their buffet dinner was one of the best I’ve ever had, many local dishes were included in their buffet. They had the...More
We spent two days in June 2018 at Kinugawa Onsen hotel. Although getting there was a little difficult, once we were there we greeted by friendly staff at entrance of the hotel. Staff at front desk were fluent in English. Some of the older staff...More
Hotel very large but taking a lot of local tours, so restaurants and onsen are crowded and recommend to show up early for meals. Not much to see in the area as there is not any established onsen street, just the bridge across hotel entrance...More
Hotel is 10 mins walk from Kinugawakoen station / or 15 mins walk from Kinugawaonsen station. Try to use shuttle bus if you could. However, there is not much shuttle due to limited services timetable. Hotel is partially renovated and in not so good condition....More
I visited Nikko and this hotel in November 2017. The room is fairly good especially providing experience for japanese decoration in room and sleeping on floor. View from my room is cannot be comparable. As well, the buffet restaurant is very good both for dinner...More
Response from HiIslandsGuy | Reviewed this property |
The room we had did not have a private hot spring bath, just a normal hotel bath.
There are private hot spring baths available in the hotel but you must reserve them in advance and they are quite expensive.