Hotels Near Nihonmatsu Post Office In Nihonmatsu

3/55 Reviews
0.23km from Nihonmatsu Post Office
Property Location With a stay at Urban Hotel Nihonmatsu in Nihommatsu, you'll be a 2-minute walk from Oyama Chusaku Museum and within a 5-minute drive of Dairinji Temple. This hotel is 1 mi (1.7 km) from Daishichi Sake Brewery and 1.6 mi (2.6 km) from Kasumigajo Castle Ruins.
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0/50 Reviews
1.42km from Nihonmatsu Post Office
Hotel Route Inn Nihonmatsu-National Highway 4 is located in Nihonmatsu, 9 km from Tohoku Safari Park. It offers a restaurant and free private parking. It offers a 24-hour reception and luggage storage. Hotel Route Inn Nihonmatsu-Buffet breakfast on Route 4。
FromUS$56
4/5Very Good5 Reviews
6.56km from Nihonmatsu Post Office
It's a hotel with view of one of Japan's 100 famous mountains, Mount Adatara, the hometown for the film Portrait of Chieko.
FromUS$93
4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
6.78km from Nihonmatsu Post Office
Soranoniwa petit hotel Fukushima is well-equipped, with beautiful environment and convenient traffic.
FromUS$124
4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
6.97km from Nihonmatsu Post Office
I stayed here during my volunteer program. The staff are insanely nice - they don’t speak much English, but you are guaranteed to be understood! They will try their best to help you. They are extremely accepting of foreigners (all of Dake Onsen is, I found) and really put their heart into their business. As for my room, it had a mini fridge, its own bathroom, and a western style bed. I’ve heard some foreigners complain about how stiff hotel/ryokan beds and futons can be, but I had no problems. Super comfy falling asleep to the running water outside. It also has a heating and air system. The onsen is basically just a humongous bathtub. The water has sulfur(?) in it from the mountain, so it’s a kind of cloudy milky color. They say it is good for your skin. Also, this means that whenever you run water in your room, itll smell like sulfur. It didn’t bother me though. Breakfast is great. there’s always rice, soup, onsen eggs, salad, and fruit but there will also be plates of vegetables, fish, or chicken depending on the day. I guess my only complaint is the shower...sometimes i wanted to get to bed ASAP so I’d shower in my room’s bathroom. It takes a while for the water to stabilize. It would sputter violently and the temperature will be hard control for 10+ mins. I’m guessing this is because I was on the 4th floor. Overall 9.5/10 experience, I recommend it to anyone staying for Ebisu or otherwise. I don’t know why anyone would stay in Fukushima or further when Dake Onsen is so close.
FromUS$42
4/5Very Good5 Reviews
7.02km from Nihonmatsu Post Office
Soranoniwa Resort is perfectly located for both business and leisure guests in Nihonmatsu. The hotel has everything you need for a comfortable stay. Take advantage of the hotel's free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour security, chapel, daily housekeeping, gift/souvenir shop. Air conditioning can be found in selected guestrooms. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. Discover all Nihonmatsu has to offer by making Soranoniwa Resort your base.
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Hotels Near Nihonmatsu Post Office In Nihonmatsu Review

4.5/55 Reviews
I stayed here during my volunteer program. The staff are insanely nice - they don’t speak much English, but you are guaranteed to be understood! They will try their best to help you. They are extremely accepting of foreigners (all of Dake Onsen is, I found) and really put their heart into their business. As for my room, it had a mini fridge, its own bathroom, and a western style bed. I’ve heard some foreigners complain about how stiff hotel/ryokan beds and futons can be, but I had no problems. Super comfy falling asleep to the running water outside. It also has a heating and air system. The onsen is basically just a humongous bathtub. The water has sulfur(?) in it from the mountain, so it’s a kind of cloudy milky color. They say it is good for your skin. Also, this means that whenever you run water in your room, itll smell like sulfur. It didn’t bother me though. Breakfast is great. there’s always rice, soup, onsen eggs, salad, and fruit but there will also be plates of vegetables, fish, or chicken depending on the day. I guess my only complaint is the shower...sometimes i wanted to get to bed ASAP so I’d shower in my room’s bathroom. It takes a while for the water to stabilize. It would sputter violently and the temperature will be hard control for 10+ mins. I’m guessing this is because I was on the 4th floor. Overall 9.5/10 experience, I recommend it to anyone staying for Ebisu or otherwise. I don’t know why anyone would stay in Fukushima or further when Dake Onsen is so close.
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4.5/55 Reviews
If you are looking for a wonderful Japanese ryokan experience look no further. You will be the only non Japanese tourist at this location, maybe even in the whole town! We booked the Katakuri room. What a beautiful tatami room, it was spacious with it's own dining room and small lounge leading to the incredible private onsen. Speaking of the private onsen, it has got to be the hottest bath I've ever had. We've tried several onsen's and various ryokans and this one is by far the hottest. There was a cold water tap to cool down the onsen, don't leave it on during your meal as it will cool it right down and you will have to take a cold plunge. Thankfully it warms up quickly. There are two public onsen's on site which alternate between male and female. Service is top notch. The staff is awesome. Come prepared, english is limited. The staff try really really hard and went out of their way to try and communicate even when it was difficult for them. With the use of various translators it always worked out. During our stay they always had someone at the front desk that was able to communicate in english. Food service was a real treat. You will have a traditional japanese meal. Our meal was very strong on seafood but the dinner also included beef. Bring cash or a master card. We tried to pay with 3 different Visa cards but they were always declined until we tried a Mastercard. We had trouble with visa in this part of Japan. There is free parking for the hotel. Honestly this was an amazing and immersive experience that I recommend to everyone.
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FromUS$212
4.5/55 Reviews
I stayed here during my volunteer program. The staff are insanely nice - they don’t speak much English, but you are guaranteed to be understood! They will try their best to help you. They are extremely accepting of foreigners (all of Dake Onsen is, I found) and really put their heart into their business. As for my room, it had a mini fridge, its own bathroom, and a western style bed. I’ve heard some foreigners complain about how stiff hotel/ryokan beds and futons can be, but I had no problems. Super comfy falling asleep to the running water outside. It also has a heating and air system. The onsen is basically just a humongous bathtub. The water has sulfur(?) in it from the mountain, so it’s a kind of cloudy milky color. They say it is good for your skin. Also, this means that whenever you run water in your room, itll smell like sulfur. It didn’t bother me though. Breakfast is great. there’s always rice, soup, onsen eggs, salad, and fruit but there will also be plates of vegetables, fish, or chicken depending on the day. I guess my only complaint is the shower...sometimes i wanted to get to bed ASAP so I’d shower in my room’s bathroom. It takes a while for the water to stabilize. It would sputter violently and the temperature will be hard control for 10+ mins. I’m guessing this is because I was on the 4th floor. Overall 9.5/10 experience, I recommend it to anyone staying for Ebisu or otherwise. I don’t know why anyone would stay in Fukushima or further when Dake Onsen is so close.
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FromUS$42
4.5/55 Reviews
If you are looking for a wonderful Japanese ryokan experience look no further. You will be the only non Japanese tourist at this location, maybe even in the whole town! We booked the Katakuri room. What a beautiful tatami room, it was spacious with it's own dining room and small lounge leading to the incredible private onsen. Speaking of the private onsen, it has got to be the hottest bath I've ever had. We've tried several onsen's and various ryokans and this one is by far the hottest. There was a cold water tap to cool down the onsen, don't leave it on during your meal as it will cool it right down and you will have to take a cold plunge. Thankfully it warms up quickly. There are two public onsen's on site which alternate between male and female. Service is top notch. The staff is awesome. Come prepared, english is limited. The staff try really really hard and went out of their way to try and communicate even when it was difficult for them. With the use of various translators it always worked out. During our stay they always had someone at the front desk that was able to communicate in english. Food service was a real treat. You will have a traditional japanese meal. Our meal was very strong on seafood but the dinner also included beef. Bring cash or a master card. We tried to pay with 3 different Visa cards but they were always declined until we tried a Mastercard. We had trouble with visa in this part of Japan. There is free parking for the hotel. Honestly this was an amazing and immersive experience that I recommend to everyone.
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FromUS$212
4.4/511 Reviews
出張で利用。同僚に勧められて選びました。駅から少し離れているのが不便ですが、コンビニが隣にあり福島市内の中ではきれいなビジネスホテルに入るのでは。朝食はバイキング型式でしたが品数は普通。部屋は暗めなので仕事には向きませんが落ち着いています。
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4.1/522 Reviews
It is very nice. First of all, it has a lot of space compared to other hotels of the same price. Secondly, the check-out time here is longer than other hotels, which is 11 o'clock. And the service is good, there is a lobby on the first floor, the station is opposite, and there is a large supermarket next to it. The surrounding facilities are complete and easy to go everywhere. I live in this store every time I come to Fukushima, it's super cost-effective! Recommend everyone.
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