Hotels Near Nagase In Takayama
0.02km from NagaseLocated in the center of the Oku Hida Onsen hot spring resort. Both shared baths and chartered family baths are equipped with an open-air bath， jet bath and a sauna.
0.11km from NagaseLocated in the Okuhida Onsen district in Takayama, 49 km from Hida Minzoku Mura Folk Village, Miyamaso features air-conditioned rooms and free private parking.All rooms are fitted with a TV. Some rooms feature a seating area to relax in after a busy day. Miyamaso features free WiFi .Both Takayama Festival Float Exhibition Hall and Sakurayama Hachiman Shrine are 43 km away from Miyamaso.
0.16km from NagaseProperty Location With a stay at Yamaboushi in Takayama (Hida Takayama Onsen), you'll be steps from Takumikan Craft Museum and Takayama Tourist Information Center. This ryokan is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Kusakabe Mingei-kan and 0.6 mi (1 km) from Miyagawa Morning Market. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 10 guestrooms featuring refrigerators and flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wired and wireless Internet access is available. Bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include safes, and housekeeping is provided daily. Amenities This ryokan offers designated smoking areas. Business, Other Amenities Free self parking is available onsite.
0.23km from NagaseEnjoy seasonal Japanese cuisine featuring a selection of dishes prepared with Hida Beef and fresh seafood from the Sea of Japan. Guests at this hotel can also look forward to a relaxing natural hot spring bath.
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0.66km from NagaseFujiya is conveniently located in the popular Okuhida Onsen area. The property features a wide range of facilities to make your stay a pleasant experience. Facilities like car park, vending machine, shops are readily available for you to enjoy. Guestrooms are fitted with all the amenities you need for a good night's sleep. In some of the rooms, guests can find air conditioning, heating, wake-up service, alarm clock, telephone. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. For reliable service and professional staff, Fujiya caters to your needs.
0.84km from NagaseBoasting private open-air baths in all guestrooms, Ryokan Hida Beef (Hida Gyu No Yado) is located a 80-minute bus ride from JR Takayama Station and a 20-minute drive from Hirayu I.C. Free private parking and free WiFi is available in the lobby.The rooms come with a flat-screen TV. Certain units have a seating area to relax in after a busy day. Each room includes a private bathroom with a bath and shower, with free toiletries provided.Guests can soak in the hot spring bath or purchase souvenirs at the gift shop.Kusakabe Heritage House is 26 km from Ryokan Hida Beef, while Hida Minzoku Mura Folk Village is 28 km from the property.For dinner, guests can savour multiple dishes prepared with fresh local ingredients including Hida Beef. For breakfast, a Japanese set menu will be served.
0.9km from NagaseDue to traveling from Mt.Fuji by public transport, it got quite late and we still hadn't reached Tajimakan. They ended up picking us up by car from the bus station to save us from walking, which really made getting to Tajimakan a lot easier. The lady at reception couldn't speak english, but she tried for a very long time translating on google to ensure that I understood what places to visit and how to get there. Which was extremely helpful. The location is very close to the bus that can take you to the shin hotaka ropeway and the takayama market. The two main things you could do in April. The restaurant is very nice. I found the food quite expensive, due to the amount of food we got, as I was traveling on a backpacker budget, never the less very yummy! The rooms are very comfortable with a nice view of the mountains. The beds are very traditional, sleeping on a thin mattress on the floor. It was suprisingly very comfortable. The bathrooms were a bit rundown. The bathrooms did not have private showers. I had my first onsen experience at Tajimakan. It was really peaceful and a great introduction into this famous tradition. I would recommend going to Tajimakan for a nice peaceful place to relax.
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0.99km from NagaseLocated in Okuhida Onsen, Okuhida Onsen Matsunoi is a perfect starting point from which to explore Takayama. Both business travelers and tourists can enjoy the hotel's facilities and services. Service-minded staff will welcome and guide you at the Okuhida Onsen Matsunoi. Guestrooms are fitted with all the amenities you need for a good night's sleep. In some of the rooms, guests can find internet access – wireless (complimentary), air conditioning, heating, telephone, television. Entertain the hotel's recreational facilities, including spa, garden. Discover all Takayama has to offer by making Okuhida Onsen Matsunoi your base.
1.55km from Nagase以前に源泉の件で色々あったことは知っていましたが、リニューアルされていたのでホームページで予約の際に、生の魚は苦手でとお伝えしたにもかかわらずに鰤のしゃぶしゃぶ鍋が提供された。実は医者から止められていたのですが、抗議にも悪びれた様子も謝罪もなく、顧客満足を疑う？非常に不愉快であった。医者からの云々を正直にお伝えすれば良かったのか？配慮してくれるものと理解していたこちら側の問題なのか？
1.6km from NagaseGuests can look forward to tasty meals prepared over a traditional hearth as well as relaxing, open-air hot spring spas at this reconstruction of a Hida farmhouse.
1.76km from NagaseLocated in the central highlands of Fukuji Onsen, this inn offers four different hot spring spas including both communal and private baths. Guests can also look forward to delicious kaiseki cuisine centered around Hida beef.
2.01km from NagaseNestled between untouched nature in the tranquil Northern Alps area, Hidaji offers spacious Japanese-style accommodation with traditional architecture. Guests can also request for massages and relax in the public hot-spring baths. JR Takayama Station is a 60-minute bus ride away.The air-conditioned rooms have tatami (woven-straw) floors and Japanese futon bedding. Each has a heated Kotasu table, a TV, a fridge and an electric kettle with green tea bags. All rooms come with an en suite bathroom and Yukata robes are provided for all guests.Free Wi-Fi is available in the public areas and you can look out into the traditional garden. Local gifts can be purchased at the souvenir shop. A safety deposit box and luggage storage is provided at the front desk.Traditional multi-course meals featuring Hida beef and local vegetables are served at the dining room.A free shuttle is available from Fukuchi Onsenguchi Bus Stop, while Fukuchi Onsenkami Bus Stop is a 1-minute walk away. Hidaji Ryokan is a 25-minute drive from Shinhodaka Ropeway and a 40-minute drive from Kamikochi. Norikura is a 40-minute drive away.
Hotels Near Nagase In Takayama Review
We stayed at EPH for 3 nights over a weekend in Takayama in mid December 2019. It was the best stay among the 3 hotels we stayed for our trip. Prior to our hotel booking and stay, I e-mailed the hotel several times and received prompt and clear explanations in English. As we were travelling with young children, I wanted to ensure that the hotel was conducive for young children. The hotel staff was very patient with my several enquiries and requests. We continued to be impressed by the hotel during our stay. The staff at the hotel were warm and friendly and always willing to help. Check in was smooth with clear introduction to the hotel and room were provided in English. The lady at the reception was particularly friendly and made my children very happy. On our first day in Takayama, it was drizzling slightly while we were out to have late lunch and explored the old town. We returned to the hotel with wet down jackets. The staff at the reception immediately went to get hand towels for us to dry and warm ourselves. On the second day, we booked a day trip and had to depart from the hotel very early. We were not able to have breakfast at the hotel cafe. The hotel accommodated our request to prepare a simple takeaway breakfast set. On the subsequent mornings, we were able to enjoy the highly rated breakfast at the hotel cafe which exceeded my expectations. The housekeeping was clean and we loved the design of our twin beds room with well thought out details to ensure the comfort of guests. We also appreciate the convenience of a coin-operated washing machine and dryer outside our room. The other reasons for staying at this hotel were its location and price. Before our stay, I was skeptical about the hotel’s perfect rating but after our stay, I experienced and agreed with the other guests on the hotel’s perfect rating. Arigato gozaimasu for our perfect stay at EPH! <3
We stayed here as part of a group and we were really happy with the whole experience. Shoes off at the door, then up to our room which was very clean, matress on mats on the floor as expected, but very comfortable with both air conditioning for those who were too warm, and extra blankets for those who were too cold. There was a TV as well but we didn't use it. The owners provide a fantastic service picking people up from the train station, they also took us up to visit Hida Folk Village which is near by. Dinner and breakfast were also provided, and was similar to the photos other reviewers have submitted. They are more traditional meals, lots of bits of food, prepared very well. I found the meals more than plentyful and struggled to eat all the breakfast provided. One of the key elements was the use of the Onsen. For those who haven't used one you are expected to shower and clean yourself before getting into a nicely warm large bath/spa, which was really really welcome at the end of a long day of walking. Usually people go in in groups, being conservative westerners we gave ourselves time slots so when we used the onsen (must be naked) we were alone. Overall a great experience I would recommend to others.
I will say it in a few words. Cup of tea is one of the best places to stay in Takayama.
It is a hostel designed to generate a good atmosphere among guests.
Very clean bathrooms and rooms.
Highlight the excellent work of the staff, who show the best places to visit, eat and shop in Takayama !!! Extremely friendly and well prepared.
100% recommended, it made my stay in Takayama extremely enjoyable, and a very good memory for the future :)
The environment is really good. It is five minutes away from Takayama Station. Go to Takayama Jinya and other attractions are super close. The breakfast is also very good every day. The taste is very good. The service is super good. There are spare pillows. Wait for small gifts worth staying and will choose again if given the opportunity.
The room is not small for a Japanese hotel. When booking, it is required to input the number of adults and children accurately. The price is different. If there are children, the sofa bed will be laid out, and related sets will be added. The facilities inside are not new, the breakfast is Japanese style and buffet, we stayed two nights and were assigned to each one. The buffet is rich in content and more suitable for oriental tastes. The Japanese-style breakfast ritual was so strong that such a table in the early morning was very shocking. The bath is good, so the room bathroom utilization is low.
Abbiamo provato l’esperienza in questo Ryokan per il nostro viaggio di nozze “giappone tradizionale” Staff fantastico, anche se non parlavano in inglese, sono stati cordialissimi e abbiamo trovato il modo per intenderci. Camere pulite, cena e colazione tradizionali fantastici. Non essendoci molti ospiti ci hanno dato la possibilità di usare la SPA solo per noi, come “omaggio nozze” oltre ad omaggiarci di un carinissimo portachiavi alla fine del soggiorno. Un’esperienza fantastica! Unica nota negativa, il freddo! Faceva freddissimo e il condizionatore non era forte abbastanza da riscaldare la stanza, grandissima. Ma ci tornerei volentieri! Consigliatissimo!
Following 2 nights at Honjin Hiranoya Kachoan, which is located smack dab in the center of Takayama (great for exploring the historic district), we were ready to stay somewhere a bit more intimate, rural and with much more rustic charm. Wanosato was our choice, and it surpassed our already high expectations. Located about 25 minutes (or so) by car to Takayama city proper (Wanosato also offers a free shuttle service into the city), Wanosato feels like a world away. It's nestled along the banks of an idyllic river, and is surrounded by a gorgeous forest. It's really a serene environment in which to build a small, charming, rustic Japanese ryokan, and with just 8 well-appointed rooms, that's exactly what they did with Wanosato. Upon arrival, we marveled at the old-school architecture of the main structure with its Gassho-zukuri thatched-roof construction and earthen walls - this is where the reception, common area, communal (men/women separate, of course) onsen bath and dining areas are located. The main lounge is an Instagrammer's delight - There's an open "irori" hearth in the center, and features hardwood floors, exposed wood beams and ancient (at least to our eyes) Japanese antiques lining the walls. We chose to stay at one of the four villas - the Garyu Villa - (臥龍 離れ) to be precise. Spanning 110m² it had two sitting rooms, a bedroom, and a big living area with an open hearth. It's also right along the bank of the gorgeous river, which you can hear its soothing sounds from the room. The bathroom was equally spacious and had both a shower and a wooden tub. Unfortunately, the in-room bath is not of the onsen (hot spring water) variety; you'll have to visit the main communal bathing area for your onsen fix. While it's not ideal, it's not a big deal, either... with only 8 rooms as previously mentioned, it is rarely occupied at any one time. We went twice and never shared the space with another soul. Service was discreet, although it may had more to do with the spread-out nature of the property and the fact that Wanosato only has 8 guest rooms. While we didn't have much in the way of needs during our stay, we weren't expecting 5-star levels of service with an all-star concierge manning the front desk day and night like a big luxury hotel. That said, everyone was professional and charming, if a bit muted (save for Momoka, server for dinner on the second night - she was a big ball of charm, energy and sweetness.) Overall, nothing went unattended - no major service flaws to speak of. Another highlight was the food... it was exquisite. We've stayed at many of Japan's finest luxury ryokans, and Wanosato is up there with the best. It's not an apples-to-apples comparison, mind you. Takayama means "tall mountain" in Japanese, which means its forte is vegetables, the local Hida Beef (which is amazing), and two river fish - Ayu and Iwana. Most other seafood comes from outside of the region, meaning it's not going to compete with places along th
On the top of the mountain, quiet enough, free parking
The hotel's name is "Sangguwu". Right across the temple! Very easy to find. The sights are also close, but the county seat was originally small! But you have to take a long-distance bus to fly to Takayama! Hida beef is good and not expensive! It's all around the hotel! Anyway, this price is worth the money!
The location is very close to Takayama Station, exiting from the east exit, the service is good, the hot spring is good, it is close to several net red Hida beef restaurants, not far from the ancient street, it is worth living again.
The location is very convenient, the service is good, the food is rich, only 80% of the dishes are frozen
In the evening, go to the nearby "Iban Street" to learn about the local nightlife ... Izakaya, bar ... Note that it is usually 11pm close
Due to traveling from Mt.Fuji by public transport, it got quite late and we still hadn't reached Tajimakan. They ended up picking us up by car from the bus station to save us from walking, which really made getting to Tajimakan a lot easier. The lady at reception couldn't speak english, but she tried for a very long time translating on google to ensure that I understood what places to visit and how to get there. Which was extremely helpful. The location is very close to the bus that can take you to the shin hotaka ropeway and the takayama market. The two main things you could do in April. The restaurant is very nice. I found the food quite expensive, due to the amount of food we got, as I was traveling on a backpacker budget, never the less very yummy! The rooms are very comfortable with a nice view of the mountains. The beds are very traditional, sleeping on a thin mattress on the floor. It was suprisingly very comfortable. The bathrooms were a bit rundown. The bathrooms did not have private showers. I had my first onsen experience at Tajimakan. It was really peaceful and a great introduction into this famous tradition. I would recommend going to Tajimakan for a nice peaceful place to relax.
The outdoor hot springs are hot for men and women, which is good, but the last time I went to the Baoshanzhuang annex, I felt better. The store was still very good.
Great for visitors who wants to enjoy onsen as there are two onsens (enclosed and open air) in the hotel. Location is somewhat inconvenient as you'll need to take the free shuttle bus which operate between hotel and city center at every 30 minutes interval. View from the hotel room is fantastic.
Due to the Autumn Festival in Takayama I had trouble booking an affordable hotel. This is 40mins by bus out of town. But a stay among dog lovers is unique, the room was excellent and although the restaurant only served set menu for dinner quite pricey I did not regret my stay here.
More like a pension lodge or a guesthouse. Quite close to town centre. One needs to climb a steep road to access the hotel - heavy luggage with old folks take note. Parking is provided nearby. Rooms do not have private toilets and bath - common toilets: 1 each of ladies, men and a Japanese toilet common for both in each floor for more than 8 rooms. Separate onsens for women and men. Breakfast is a fixed menu. Spartan fare.
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