Hotels Near Itayashika Clinics In Ureshino

4.6/5Outstanding52 Reviews
0.83km from Itayashika Clinics
The town is quiet and almost no pedestrians can be seen. Very good hotel, great room, we stayed in room 2405, there was a large floor to ceiling window, and the soup in the room was more comfortable than going to the soup. On the first floor there is a shared soup and a special soup for women, which are not big and need to bring their own towels. For dinner, change the pattern every day, breakfast buffet, are a lot. The magnets in the hotel mall are very like, we bought each. In addition, you can call 095-423-6161 to make an appointment to pick up the hotel directly, 2,000 yen per person per way. When you check out, the hotel has a free car to JR Ureshino Onsen Station, which is very convenient.
FromUS$183.00
4.5/5Excellent18 Reviews
1.09km from Itayashika Clinics
I traveled to this Onsen in January 2018 in a group of 10, after this being 4 of our's first ever trip to Japan, the Onsen staff offered us a warm welcome and a true insight into Japanese culture. From the bus station the Onsen was simple to navigate to, and it offered us the chance to hike around Ureshino and to see different Onsens as well as the huge hills that surround Ureshino. The food at the Onsen was brilliant and they had some variety if the food wasn't to your preference. I would definitely recommend staying at this Onsen if you are in the Fukuoka area and are looking for a true Japanese experience.
FromUS$299.00
0/50 Reviews
1.14km from Itayashika Clinics
Our 10-floor fashionable ryokan (Japanese-style hotel) with hot springs (onsen) and the outside and lobby are beautifully decorated. There is a relaxing atmosphere in the rooms and a service to match.
FromUS$73.00
4.7/5Outstanding20 Reviews
1.3km from Itayashika Clinics
First opened in 1830, it's truly one of the oldest historic inn in the Ureshino area. It's right in the centre of the Ureshino, near the famous footbath and the onsen high street. On foot it's only 5 minutes from the Bus Centre. Spent one night with my teens in this family run ryokan. We intended to visit Mifuneyama Rakuen and pay pilgrimage to the famous evening autumn foliage before check-in, so we decided to seek directions from the ryokan to avoid getting lost in the dark, as well as to enquire from them the possibility of late dinner at eight o' clock. Regrettably, there was no response either through their website or the agoda, both in Japanese and English. Thanks to the kind efforts of Ms Ueda of the Saga Prefectural Tourism Federation, we finally got in touch with the Ryokan owners and took a taxi from Mifuneyama Rakuen to there at 3000 yen. We had probably the last round of dinner at eight when everyone else left the dining hall. Contrary to what other Ryokans offered in dinner, there was no written menu and pre-meal drink - which I believe the meal was prepared in a rush. The serving lady was nice and kept on smiling. The food in my opinion was so-so, especially the shabu shabu. For the breakfast we had the popular onsen yudofu. The highlight of the stay was the twin room with in-room onsen - Fuyo, newly built in 2017. Overlooking the Ureshino river, the room has very nice view of this small town, even in winter. I believe the Ryokan owner has good taste of music as the Hi-Fi system and selection of CDs in the room reflected this. There was a bar or common room at the ground floor with good selection of jazz music CDs too. We had one-hour of private onsen in one of the spas at ground floor. The spa water was different from that inside the room - I believe this came from the famous Ureshino sodium bicarbonate spring which was rich in sodium, making the skin feeling silky and smooth like wrapped in cream. After spa they served iced black tea at the entrance which was really refreshing. The lady manager spoke good English and provided us with a walking map of Ureshino and also bus schedule back to Takeo Onsen. The ryokan with it's strategic location, serves as a good base to explore Ureshino. The price is reasonable given the quality of the room. Recommended for all travellers.
FromUS$73.00
4.7/5Outstanding5 Reviews
1.33km from Itayashika Clinics
Songyuan ryokan is very good, free for 6-year-olds, suitable for taking kids. The scenery of the pine garden is amazing. The room is quite large. There is a wash basin on the balcony. It is very convenient to brush your teeth and wash your face. Not many people went to the soup when we went there. The 4 of us had a private soup. Dinner and breakfast were served in the room.
FromUS$216.00
4.5/5Excellent28 Reviews
1.36km from Itayashika Clinics
Located in onsen town, the uniqueness of the hotel is you get to reserve the private onsen where you can soak in a Arita-yaki bathtub, one of Japan’s most famous pottery. It’s actually very near Huis Ten Bosch in Nagasaki, which was our final destination of the trip. You can enjoy onsen then can do sightseeing in Nagasaki.
FromUS$46.00
0/53 Reviews
1.42km from Itayashika Clinics
Stayed one night in Oak room 202. Very spacious and luxurious looking, with semi open air onsen, toilet and sitting room. Western style furniture with bed, wardrobe (with pyjamas and yukatas) and sofa. Very modern audio visual equipment including LED flat screen TV, HiFi and DVD player. Green tea pudding were stored in the fridge for our consumption. The green tea was of high quality. The hotel provides shuttle to the Ureshino bus centre. Once arrived, a personal attendant would brief you the details in fluent English, e.g. private spa and dinner/breakfast arrangement etc. Hotel lobby filled with nostalgic atmosphere, especially the souvenir shop which was deliberately decorated in Showa era style. We had one hour private spa in House 1. The setting was very cosy and the pool size good enough for a family. The semi open air in-room onsen was also of good size - the water likely originated from the bicarbonate sodium spring, which made your skin silky and smooth after soaking for a while. Meals were served inside private cubicles in the banquet hall. The grilled saga wagyu beef was the highlight of dinner. For breakfast, the grilled fish and yudofu. The lady who served the dinner was very nice, passed us leaflet of Yutoku Inari once learned of our intention to go there. A hint of luxury during our short stay in Ureshino! Good for travellers of all ages.
FromUS$362.00
4.6/5Outstanding61 Reviews
1.44km from Itayashika Clinics
My family of two seniors, two adults, and two children stayed in for a night in mid-July. A number of guests were having check-in procedures at the time we arrived. The receptionist worked efficiently and often wore a smiling face. We have booked two onsen-attached rooms and both were found on the ground floor (or 1/F in Japan). These Western-Japanese rooms were spacious and relatively new to other parts of the hotel. The futon had been set already at the room lounge. It happened that the lock of one of our luggage case got jammed. I took it to the receptionist for assistance. Two hotel staff used various methods to tackle the problem, that occupied them for almost 20 minutes. Special thanks to their effort. The receptionist could communicate in English. One of them commanded fluent Chinese as well. We were arranged to have the last round (starting from 19:30) of the dinner buffet. A wide spread of local and Japanese dishes were available. The food was better than expected. Refill was frequent. The buffet breakfast served in the same venue. There were some games facilities between the reception area and our rooms. Some guest noises were heard at night. Besides this the room was absolutely quiet and comfortable. The public onsen was on the G/F. There were one large outdoor pool and an indoor one. The onsen water was really wonderful - gently rub your skin in onsen water and you will find the smoothness. The private onsen pot at the room could adequately accommodate one adult user. Probably this hotel offered the cheapest onsen-attached room in the town. Yet it was nice enough. The hotel offered free car park spaces to guest. They were found in the open area opposite to the hotel building. The hotel may not be a quaint or luxurious one. But we are fully satisfied with its onsen-attached rooms, food, and services. I definite recommend this reasonably priced onsen hotel especially to family travelers. 我保證這則針對此酒店的評論是以本人的切身經歷為依據、為本人的真實評論、且本人與此酒店無個人或商業關係,也無收受此酒店的贈禮或金錢以撰寫這則評論。 我了解 TripAdvisor 絕不容許捏造評論的政策。
FromUS$61.00
4.6/5Outstanding17 Reviews
1.48km from Itayashika Clinics
I stayed in the most basic double room with tatami mats in the room. I chose the one that included breakfast and dinner. The breakfast was rich and delicious, but the dinner was numb, which might not suit the taste. I always felt that the fish was hard and the meat was not tender and tasteful. Drinks You have to pay extra (you have to pay for water because it will be more expensive than a stick). The hotel has free parking, just outside the main entrance of the hotel, which is very convenient. The service attitude is very good, attentive and polite. At the beginning of June, there are fireflies near the hotel. The hotel will arrange a free bus to see the fireflies at night, which is a very special experience. The baths are very good and the hot spring water quality is slippery.
FromUS$108.00
4.2/5Very Good26 Reviews
1.51km from Itayashika Clinics
This ryokan is well located and is run by very nice people who represent the true Japanese hospitality - attentive and warm while staying effective and professional. However, the ryokan infra really needs refurbishing. It felt like we were stuck in the 80s... I mean, it must have been a grand place back then but one would think that no renovation or changes has been done to it since. Old carpets and wallpapers, lighting etc. Someone should invest in this place and do it up! There is however another modern-looking hotel across the river that bears the same hotel logo. Maybe they spent all their capital there? The room there apparently are western style though, which is a shame because the japanese style rooms in this one are kinda nice- original for foreign travellers like us. The service, I must say, is world class. They were so nice to cancel the other booking I made (I double booked accidentally) upon confirming with me as soon as we arrived (we managed to communicate despite the language barrier as they hardy speak any English). Would not mind staying there again next time, if they refurbished the place.
FromUS$52.00
4.3/5Excellent15 Reviews
1.62km from Itayashika Clinics
The hotel is located in the south of Yantian River, a 7-minute walk from the bus stop. There is a large bath on the 9th floor (open air) and B1, and the skin is really slippery after washing with Ureshino hot spring water. Pola is used for washing and care, and various shampoos are available. There are no massage chairs, but there are manual massages. Most of the guests staying in the hotel are Japanese, and there is no noisy tour group. The front desk is full of handsome men and beautiful women, check-in and check-out are very fast, catching up with a bus to Kashima. After leaving the store, the hotel driver escorted us to the bus stop and checked the route with the Youde bus driver before leaving. He was very responsible. The only thing missing is the food. Compared with the hot spring hotel I have visited before, the food is of average grade. The small hot pot is changed to solid alcohol three times before it boils. In short, I am very satisfied and will come again in another season.
FromUS$108.00
0/51 Reviews
1.64km from Itayashika Clinics
Ureshino Onsen Kujaku is located in Ureshino and takes about 35 minutes by bus from Takeo Onsen Station, near Ureshino Onsen and Takeo Onsen. Yukata are available for guests to wear during their stay. Guests may borrow hair dryers and irons at no additional charge (please inquire at the front desk for details). Facilities include a communal bath and an open-air bath. The hotel possesses 9 guest rooms.
FromUS$309.00

Hotels Near Itayashika Clinics In Ureshino Review

4.6/561 Reviews
My family of two seniors, two adults, and two children stayed in for a night in mid-July. A number of guests were having check-in procedures at the time we arrived. The receptionist worked efficiently and often wore a smiling face. We have booked two onsen-attached rooms and both were found on the ground floor (or 1/F in Japan). These Western-Japanese rooms were spacious and relatively new to other parts of the hotel. The futon had been set already at the room lounge. It happened that the lock of one of our luggage case got jammed. I took it to the receptionist for assistance. Two hotel staff used various methods to tackle the problem, that occupied them for almost 20 minutes. Special thanks to their effort. The receptionist could communicate in English. One of them commanded fluent Chinese as well. We were arranged to have the last round (starting from 19:30) of the dinner buffet. A wide spread of local and Japanese dishes were available. The food was better than expected. Refill was frequent. The buffet breakfast served in the same venue. There were some games facilities between the reception area and our rooms. Some guest noises were heard at night. Besides this the room was absolutely quiet and comfortable. The public onsen was on the G/F. There were one large outdoor pool and an indoor one. The onsen water was really wonderful - gently rub your skin in onsen water and you will find the smoothness. The private onsen pot at the room could adequately accommodate one adult user. Probably this hotel offered the cheapest onsen-attached room in the town. Yet it was nice enough. The hotel offered free car park spaces to guest. They were found in the open area opposite to the hotel building. The hotel may not be a quaint or luxurious one. But we are fully satisfied with its onsen-attached rooms, food, and services. I definite recommend this reasonably priced onsen hotel especially to family travelers. 我保證這則針對此酒店的評論是以本人的切身經歷為依據、為本人的真實評論、且本人與此酒店無個人或商業關係,也無收受此酒店的贈禮或金錢以撰寫這則評論。 我了解 TripAdvisor 絕不容許捏造評論的政策。
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FromUS$61.00
4.6/552 Reviews
The town is quiet and almost no pedestrians can be seen. Very good hotel, great room, we stayed in room 2405, there was a large floor to ceiling window, and the soup in the room was more comfortable than going to the soup. On the first floor there is a shared soup and a special soup for women, which are not big and need to bring their own towels. For dinner, change the pattern every day, breakfast buffet, are a lot. The magnets in the hotel mall are very like, we bought each. In addition, you can call 095-423-6161 to make an appointment to pick up the hotel directly, 2,000 yen per person per way. When you check out, the hotel has a free car to JR Ureshino Onsen Station, which is very convenient.
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FromUS$183.00
4.3/515 Reviews
The hotel is located in the south of Yantian River, a 7-minute walk from the bus stop. There is a large bath on the 9th floor (open air) and B1, and the skin is really slippery after washing with Ureshino hot spring water. Pola is used for washing and care, and various shampoos are available. There are no massage chairs, but there are manual massages. Most of the guests staying in the hotel are Japanese, and there is no noisy tour group. The front desk is full of handsome men and beautiful women, check-in and check-out are very fast, catching up with a bus to Kashima. After leaving the store, the hotel driver escorted us to the bus stop and checked the route with the Youde bus driver before leaving. He was very responsible. The only thing missing is the food. Compared with the hot spring hotel I have visited before, the food is of average grade. The small hot pot is changed to solid alcohol three times before it boils. In short, I am very satisfied and will come again in another season.
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FromUS$108.00
4.5/528 Reviews
Located in onsen town, the uniqueness of the hotel is you get to reserve the private onsen where you can soak in a Arita-yaki bathtub, one of Japan’s most famous pottery. It’s actually very near Huis Ten Bosch in Nagasaki, which was our final destination of the trip. You can enjoy onsen then can do sightseeing in Nagasaki.
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FromUS$46.00
4.6/517 Reviews
I stayed in the most basic double room with tatami mats in the room. I chose the one that included breakfast and dinner. The breakfast was rich and delicious, but the dinner was numb, which might not suit the taste. I always felt that the fish was hard and the meat was not tender and tasteful. Drinks You have to pay extra (you have to pay for water because it will be more expensive than a stick). The hotel has free parking, just outside the main entrance of the hotel, which is very convenient. The service attitude is very good, attentive and polite. At the beginning of June, there are fireflies near the hotel. The hotel will arrange a free bus to see the fireflies at night, which is a very special experience. The baths are very good and the hot spring water quality is slippery.
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FromUS$108.00
4.4/518 Reviews
The whole area of Ureshino is not big, and it is 5 minutes walk from the bus stop to the hotel. The exterior of the hotel is not dripping, but the interior is a combination of quaint and modern, low-key luxury, I like it very much, welcome drink is very good. It may be that we arrived late, the room was full that day, and the room given to us was a moderately styled room, but it was spacious, clean, and comfortable to sleep! Private soup pool is generally, the public pool is big, feels good, wins in privacy. The toiletries are made with Ureshino hot spring water. Only locals have a good sense of use. They immediately bought a bunch and brought them back to China. The meals are very rich, the ingredients are fresh and delicious, and two people like this one should have thousands of Japanese dishes. It feels like earning back the room! One employee is a Chinese brother, and communication is accessible. Contact the hotel in advance to pick up and drop off at the station. There are fewer Chinese, almost all Japanese and Korean.
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FromUS$286.00
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