Hotels Near Orient Branch In Myoko

0/50 Reviews
5.77km from Orient Branch
Pension Tenshi no Tsubasa is located in Myoko and about 10-minutes by car from Myoko-Kogen Station, near Myoko-Kogen Cablecar, Akakura Onsen Ski Park and Shin-Akakura Onsen hot springs. Yukata are available for guests to wear during their stay. Facilities include a ski rental and a snowboardingequipment rental. The hotel offers homemade Japanese meals. The hotel possesses 7 guest rooms.
FromUS$105.00
4.5/5Excellent11 Reviews
5.84km from Orient Branch
My fiancé, two friends and 1 had an amazing one week stay at Mont Cervin in January. The owners, Shun and Takako, were friendly, helpful and the warmest people you will ever meet. They made the stay very comfortable and enjoyable. The breakfast (choice of Western or Japanese) was delicious, and the showers/toilets were very clean and the bedrooms were comfortable. Free wifi was also available. We were picked up/dropped off from Myoko-kogen station, and Shun would drive us daily to and from the ski resorts/train station, plus to and from dinner from the main street of Akakura onsen, (roughly a 15 minute walk). We also had a fun night of sake and Japanese snacks provided by the hosts. Shun is a mountain guide and available as a snow-shoeing guide or hiking guide in the warmer months. Thank you Shun and Takako! We loved our stay. Hope to stay with you another time!! Lucy & Steve
FromUS$82.00
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
5.85km from Orient Branch
Older style guesthouse accommodation full of charm with plenty of comfort, lovely staff, great onsen, good set breakfast but will tailor to your needs if you let them know. Little bit of a walk to Kanko ski area but fine if not wearing ski boots. Free shuttle bus is only 150m or so away.
FromUS$42.00
0/50 Reviews
5.86km from Orient Branch
Property Location With a stay at Pension Mont Cervin in Myoko, you'll be steps from Myoko Kogen and a 4-minute drive from Akakura Onsen. This pension is 1.1 mi (1.7 km) from Akakan Ski Area and 1.3 mi (2.1 km) from Akakura Onsen Ski Area.
FromUS$49.00
4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
5.92km from Orient Branch
Massive thank you to Isamu and Tomiko for such an amazing stay and Mei the Shiba Inu for the cuddles! Mile post is great value - for cost and comfort. Isamu conveniently offers daily shuttles to/from the ski resorts and Myoko Kogen station. Tomiko’s traditional dinner is a must try (note: fish is in multiple dishes), was delicious and definitely something you wouldn’t get at home! The main shops are about a 10/15min walk from Mile Post, and there’s plenty of delicious food options and the convenience store for snacks and drinks. A daily soak in the bath/in-house onsen in the shower after a big day of skiing is great for the muscles. And (I didn’t realise for the first 2/3 days) it is prefilled and ready to go from 5pm nightly! Will definitely be back if we hit up Myoko Kogen again!
FromUS$59.00
4.6/5Outstanding4 Reviews
6.02km from Orient Branch
This place is in a great location. The staff are friendly and the breakfasts are great! The outdoor onsen is just wonderful! However it is overpriced for what it is! Tax and an onsen price are not included in the booking price.
FromUS$176.00
4.2/5Very Good10 Reviews
6.06km from Orient Branch
Pros- 1. Very reasonably price as compared to many other surrounding establishments that charges more but offer less. For me, it's a very good deal. 2. Peaceful and quiet. Not luxurious but a small family run boutique hotel with maybe only 9 or 10 rooms. 3. Fantastic location. Right smack in the center of Akakura Onsen at the top overlooking the main street. It is not ski-in, ski-out but only 6-7 minutes walk either way, down main street towards the Yodel chairlift or turn right towards the Kumado chairlift. 4. Room was big and spacious with lots to spare. It had 2 single beds, a futon mat area that can easily sleep another 2 or 3. A sort of small kitchenette for preparing hot tea and beverages, a small area and a rack for the snow stuff and a small coffee table in the middle installed with under heater mechanism help to keep warm. 5. I was in room 506 and Wi-Fi was pretty reliable and consistent. 6. Private bath and toilet facilities i believe in all rooms. Though dated, it serve its purpose and in winter, cold water was expectantly cold while hot water was thankfully consistently hot. 7. A storage room on the 1st floor for all ski and snowboard gears. However in a rarity, the hosts here allow guests to bring their gears and equipment back to your own room where obviously, you are expected to keep the room clean and tidy. 8. A small but very hot in-house onsen with natural minerals. After a cold day on the slopes, nothing beat stripping down and soothing off in a pool of hot natural water. 9. Breakfast prepared by Shinseigei san and wifey was simple, delicious and good. I alternate between the japanese and western breakfast and for both options, the hosts varies it day to day. It is advisable to make reservation with breakfast as it seemed at least till 11am, most surrounding joints are closed and breakfast is a non-event. 10. A convenience store right next door to take care of emergencies should you go hungry or thirsty. Another 2 or 3 shops away, Skate Bar for après-ski and the night revelers. 11. Wonderful hosts that are friendly, sincere and nothing is too much to ensure guests have a pleasant stay. Minami was very informative and helpful especially with the discounted ski-passes and rentals, breakfast choices, dinner options about town, while her 1yr old gal Akani was simply adorable and kept me entertained no end. Naoto san, the hubby picked me up from Myoko station while the father Shinseigei san sent me to the station on my day of departure. Such a close knit and gracious family ( hope I got all the names and spelling correct ) and I hope to be back next year. Cons- In all honesty, given what I paid for and what I got in return, I can't think of any.
FromUS$46.00
2.7/59 Reviews
6.1km from Orient Branch
Id just like to firstly say I'm not one that writes reviews, but this place made me feel like I had too, the sweet old Japanese receptionist asked me to write a nice review, I said I would and ultimately that was a lie The place is filthy, no heating, no hot water in our room, to have our shower unlocked in our room was another 35000 yen, rice filled bags for pillows. In almost 2 weeks our room hasnt been cleaned once. There is one washing machine in the hotel and the dryer is broken and there is no where to hang your clothes, cant lock up snowboards anywhere. The onsen is covered in mold and stinks, the water is filled with what looks like algae. I'm not sure what was more physically demanding 2 weeks of snowboarding everyday or sleeping on the beds provided I guess I should have looked at the reviews previous to booking this trip, live and learn
FromUS$809.00
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
6.11km from Orient Branch
Daisuke and the team are lovely, and very thoughtful. I had to do an online exam on the day we were due to checkout. They let me stay in the room late at no charge and ensured I was not interrupted. Felt like they really cared. The location was also great - right next to Onsen main lift and also able to ski in from Kanko lift. Breakfast was yummy with both Japanese and English parts. Room was simple but comfortable and warm - all you need when skiing all day! Would stay there again for sure - good value.
FromUS$48.00
4.5/5Excellent9 Reviews
6.12km from Orient Branch
One of our best stays in Japan. This house and breakfast reminds me of bed and breakfast at Cotswolds except that it is served with Japanese hospitality and delicate local produce. It’s a charming and European themed 3-level house. Our room comes with a wash basin and auto-toilet. The tranquil ambience and beddings gave us a good rest. We enjoyed the delicious breakfast in the sunlit dining area. Onsen is 24/7 for guests to enjoy and the water temperature was just right for me (not overly hot) and soothed my dry rashes after two soaks. We were here for the APA resort Illumination and public transport in Myoko is difficult, thankfully Mayumi offered to bring us there and back for only 1000¥. So grateful and relieved. A young guy also very nice drove us around. This place offers free transfer. Perfect place to relax especially on our 10th day in Japan. Thank you!
FromUS$121.00
4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
6.16km from Orient Branch
A 5-minute walk from Akakura Kanko Resort Ski Area, Kotobukiro offers a public indoor hot-spring bath and Japanese-style accommodations. Free parking is available on site and complimentary coffee is served at the lobby. JR Myoko Kogen Train Station is a 10-minute drive away.Air-conditioned rooms come with a TV, a seating area with low tables and cushions. Guests sleep on tatami (woven-straw) floors in Japanese futon bedding, while Japanese Yukata robes are provided. Bathrooms and toilets are shared.Luggage storage and photocopying services are offered at the 24-hour front desk and drink vending machines are on site. Guests can sing their favourite tunes at the Kotobuki karaoke bar.Meals feature seafood Sashimi dishes and local Shinshu beef.Kotobukiro Ryokan is a 30-minute drive from Naena Falls and a 15-minute drive from Lake Nojiri.
FromUS$214.00
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
6.18km from Orient Branch
Nice authentic little Japanese pension. The beds were very comfortable and the staff were friendly. Great location on the main street, close to everything that you need. On our departure it was snowing heavily and we couldn't get a taxi to the train station. The family offered and drove us the 20 minutes to the station which was great!! If you are after an authentic Japanese experience and want to support a local family, then Senke is it. If you want to line the pockets of foreigners and continue the ruining of another great Japanese ski resort then maybe not....
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Hotels Near Orient Branch In Myoko Review

4.6/54 Reviews
This place is in a great location. The staff are friendly and the breakfasts are great! The outdoor onsen is just wonderful! However it is overpriced for what it is! Tax and an onsen price are not included in the booking price.
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FromUS$176.00
5/51 Reviews
This chain hotel has hot spring baths. Located at the high-speed intersection. There are many restaurants around. There is also a seafood market. The canteen next to the hotel has a large portion and a large bowl of noodles is enough for two people. The room size is a bit small, but there are everything that should be available, and the price is fairly affordable. The breakfast was good. Parking is free.
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FromUS$49.00
4.5/511 Reviews
My fiancé, two friends and 1 had an amazing one week stay at Mont Cervin in January. The owners, Shun and Takako, were friendly, helpful and the warmest people you will ever meet. They made the stay very comfortable and enjoyable. The breakfast (choice of Western or Japanese) was delicious, and the showers/toilets were very clean and the bedrooms were comfortable. Free wifi was also available. We were picked up/dropped off from Myoko-kogen station, and Shun would drive us daily to and from the ski resorts/train station, plus to and from dinner from the main street of Akakura onsen, (roughly a 15 minute walk). We also had a fun night of sake and Japanese snacks provided by the hosts. Shun is a mountain guide and available as a snow-shoeing guide or hiking guide in the warmer months. Thank you Shun and Takako! We loved our stay. Hope to stay with you another time!! Lucy & Steve
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FromUS$82.00
5/55 Reviews
The family and staff of this hotel provided excellent, gracious service on all levels. The food and onsen were wonderful. Rooms were clean, quiet and comfortable. The best part was how helpful the family and staff were with little and big requests. They accommodated us in a way your favorite aunt or uncle would...answering questions. bringing us extra tea or coffee, dropping us off and picking us up in comfortable vehicles with a calm and happy demeanor. Also, the daily extras (tea, treats, water, toothbrushes) were so appreciated. I would come back here in a heartbeat.
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FromUS$201.00
4.9/55 Reviews
Exceptional, majestic, magnificent...all words I would use to attempt to describe Akakan. But mere superlatives are insufficient. This is the best hotel in which we have stayed. With history dating back to the 1930s, the main building has been kept meticulously over the years as to somehow evoke that romantic past, but also not to feel dated or aged. The newer Premium/Spa and Suite wings are worthy, luxurious additions that adds lots of options. Rooms: We tried two rooms: Deluxe twin with bathtub and Premium (P3) with private outdoor onsen, each for three nights. The hotel is not cheap...this combination ran a little more than JPY400k total for two people, mid-January, breakfast but no dinner (would love to know how others have booked at 50k/night with half board!). But even at these rates you are getting your yen’s worth. The deluxe twin, located in the main building just off the reception area, was a great room, spacious and luxuriously refurbished, and with a direct view of the slopes. The bathtub enjoys its own small room and even a separate air-conditioning system. That said, I’d probably recommend either saving a bit with a slightly lower category room, or going up to the private onsen room (located in the more modern Spa and Suite wing). This is because the public open air onsen in the hotel is among the best I’ve ever seen across a wide variety of Honshu and Hokkaido resorts and Ryokan, and the only way you’ll probably want to skip it is if you’ve got one of your own. Hopefully the pictures speak for themselves but that room is even larger (and these rooms are huge in terms relative to other Japanese ski resorts), and just of the highest quality all around. Loved the electronic fireplace, heated bathroom floors, convenient shower cubicle, and, of course, the generously sized, temperature-adjustable onsen. Skiing: Akakura Kanko boasts a fantastic location right in the middle of its synonymous ski area, allowing you to hop on the freshly groomed slopes before anyone else in the area. First lifts ran around 8.30, so you can take a lovely, untracked run down from the locker area around 8.20 and expect no to minimal queue. Lift tickets for the Akakan side run a reasonable JPY3,000/day if you buy at the hotel, and 5,800 if you include the connecting Akakura Onsen side, which in our experience was less crowded and a good shout for at least a couple of days. Restaurants: Can’t go wrong with either the buffet breakfast or the slightly more formal, table service option in the Premium wing at Aqua, which is a nice change of pace for more relaxed days. Since we were not on half board, we only ate dinner twice at the hotel, once at French and the other at Aqua. Course meals run somewhere close to 10k per person. Quantity isn’t huge but quality is high, and the meat (beef, venison, lamb) entrees were particularly nice. The bar near Aqua is beautiful, offers thoughtfully-crafted cocktails with a nice happy hour, and in our experience wasn’t crow
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FromUS$371.00
5/55 Reviews
We stayed for 7 nights and felt very taken care of! Rooms: We took Room B and it comes with a mini kitchen, living area and our own bathroom. It was very homely and kitchen was equipped with cooking utensils, stove and even rice cooker so light cooking can be expected. Bedroom comes with two single beds and a sofa. One thing to note is that the heater is situated in living area and cannot be shifted so please dress warmly for sleeping. Bathroom has water hot enough for a good shower after a long day at the slopes which is a plus point. Food: I cannot stress this enough but their food (both breakfast and dinner) is amazing. It is cheaper than the food you can find in town. Their breakfast and dinner are 1500 yen each. By the way, there is a 2500, 3500 yen option for dinner which we did not opt for because 1500 yen was good enough. Their portion was just right for me. Both Masao san and Yasuko san culinary skills are fantastic – western is normally cooked by Masao San and Japanese food is normally taken on by Yasuko San) For breakfast, there is cereal, home-made bread with home-made jam and their salad have homemade sauce which I tried to request but it a secret recipe sadly. I enjoy their breakfast every day and looked forward to their dinner every time we finished a long day of snowboarding. Shuttle service: We did not drive to the ski resorts but we never felt like we were missing out because Masao san provides shuttle service to nearby ski resorts whenever he is available (we have tried, 10 am, 11 am, 12:30pm and even 4pm timeslots for night ski) and he will pick us up by 4pm-4.30pm. Please don’t be late as there are other guests returning and normally if you don’t turn up on agreed timing, you need to arrange your own transport home aka taxi. For night skis, please call a taxi to go back. Masao san has chauffeured us to and from Myoko-kogen station, Yuri bancho Rental shop, Akakura ski resort, Akakura kanko Ski Resort, Suginohara Ski Resort as well as the nearest kombini (7-11). They are all pretty nearby within 15 mins drive. Baths: Out of the amenities, this got to be my favourite. The private bath was superb, hot enough, clean and sufficient! I highly recommend a soak after a long day of snowboarding before heading to bed.
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FromUS$66.00
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