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Not impressed and puzzled by all the positive reviews. This is a second rate hotel pretending to be a ryokan. The staff do all seem to speak English, after a fashion, and perhaps that's why the gaijin like it. Dinner was large in quantity and...More
It was an overnight stay for us as part of the Nakasendo Trail. Can consider to return and stay longer during the summer to do hiking around the area. The food was the highlight of the stay. There is only indoor onsen as most place...More
The japanese style hotel in Karuizawa, the hotel is on Church Road, shopping street, the location is convenient and pretty to walk around but from JR Karuizawa station I would recommend to take taxi just in front of the Prince outlet shopping plaza, exit south...More
We stayed here for a night whilst walking the Nakasendo Trial. The staff at this inn were lovely, as were the meals. The rooms were fine but showing a little bit of wear. It was good we had a shower in our room (as you...More
We were backpacking & walked from the train station (took around 35 minutes). Somehow we got on the shopping street (mostly closed to traffic). Right when we thought we were lost, there was Tsuruya. So much history in the photos in its halls. The Japanese...More
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US$243 - US$465 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#2 Top resorts Hotel in Karuizawa-machi
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I have booked the room on Dec 28 for 1 night. What is the best way to get to the ryokan from Karuizawa station?
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26 April 2015|
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We caught a taxi from the station which cost around ¥700. At the most it would be no more than ¥800 and it is the most convenient way to get to the hotel. It's a bit far to walk with luggage. From memory it took about 7-8... More
We caught a taxi from the station which cost around ¥700. At the most it would be no more than ¥800 and it is the most convenient way to get to the hotel. It's a bit far to walk with luggage. From memory it took about 7-8 minutes by taxi.
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Wanna book your room for one night stay in June, wonder what doest "ハーフボード（1泊2食付）込" means?
is that means breakfast and dinner or Lunch? please advise, thank you.