Hotels Near Restaurant Mouton Blanc In Nemuro

0/52 Reviews
0.25km from downtown
I stayed East Harbor Hotel for one night. It is close to Nemuro Station though there seem to be only a few trains per day. I drove a car from Kushiro Airport. I initially worried about resting places especially for bio-break, but there were places to park a car and relax for a few minutes on the way. This hotel was not brand new. I heard voices from the next room. The bed was too soft for me. However, there are a lot of good things with this hotel: - Front clerks: They were efficient. I checked in quickly. - Abundant parking lots. I saw a review that parking was small. It may be true each stall was small, but it was sufficient for a standard size car in Japan. There was also annex parking across the street. - Vending machines. You have an option to walk to a convenience store, but the price of goods from the vending machines at this hotel was already reasonable. - Breakfast. Last, but not least, their breakfast was wonderful. It was not gorgeous, but they serve foods you should typically expect for breakfast in Japan. You have options, both Western (Japanese style Western) and Japanese. The restaurant was small, but clean. I am not aware of the standard of service levels in this area, but I am sure they offer services of good old Japan.
FromUS$74.00
0/52 Reviews
0.81km from downtown
Arrived mid-morning to pre-checked in. We received a warm welcome and outstanding service from Ms. Kaede Kashiwazaki. We left our bags to get lunch and sightsee a bit and when we returned earlier than check in time, our bags were already in our rooms. There is a parking lot across the street (no charge). The hotel is in town close to Aeon shopping center and restaurants. The room is large and has a traditional tatami room for sleeping as well as a sitting area with table and chairs and a sofa. When you go out to dinner, they make up your room with futons on the floor. In the basement is an onsen segregated by gender and there is a yukata and robe in your room to wear. The hotel has two restaurants. One is for lunch and dinner and offer a Viking (buffet) or you can order by entree. The other is a Viking breakfast that offers some Western dishes but is primarily Japanese cuisine. It was fun to try the different offerings. English is spoken but it's always helpful to know a few phrases.
FromUS$75.00
4.1/5Very Good6 Reviews
0.85km from downtown
Ok. This hotel is no longer pretty on the outside. The Nemuro Grand Hotel is an old hotel, part of a period where many cities in Japan had a Grand Hotel, but few remain. Otaru demolished its Grand Hotel about three years ago, and Aomori did the same recently. That’s why I chose to stay here. The hotel facade is weather beaten and looks more like an abandoned prison than a hotel. But, you can tell this place was once pretty amazing (the current Emperor once visited). I checked in not knowing what to expect. My room on the fourth floor is old, but not uncomfortable. The room is warm, much better than the cold room I had in the newer Kushiro hotel I was in the night before. The bed is very soft. I slept well, except for the fact that it becomes light in summer at 3 am because you are so far east. Japan could use another time zone. During my stay, I have seen no other guests. This is perfect for me, though may creep some people out. At 7,000 yen per night it’s reasonable. If you like history and Japanese nostalgia, then this is the place to be. The hotel also has a lookout accessible from the fifth floor that rises two stories higher. From there, Kunashiri island (now occupied by Russia) is visible. The hotel is conveniently located next to a supermarket/pharmacy, and a good ramen shop and 7-11 are a block away. To the left of check in behind the protected staircase and small portable shrine are photos of the current Emperor’s visit, when he was the crown prince. Well worth a look. Given the age of this hotel, I wonder if it will be here in five years. If it is, I would happily stay here again. If not, then I’m glad I had the opportunity to stay here before it was gone.
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Hotels Near Restaurant Mouton Blanc In Nemuro Review

4.1/56 Reviews
Ok. This hotel is no longer pretty on the outside. The Nemuro Grand Hotel is an old hotel, part of a period where many cities in Japan had a Grand Hotel, but few remain. Otaru demolished its Grand Hotel about three years ago, and Aomori did the same recently. That’s why I chose to stay here. The hotel facade is weather beaten and looks more like an abandoned prison than a hotel. But, you can tell this place was once pretty amazing (the current Emperor once visited). I checked in not knowing what to expect. My room on the fourth floor is old, but not uncomfortable. The room is warm, much better than the cold room I had in the newer Kushiro hotel I was in the night before. The bed is very soft. I slept well, except for the fact that it becomes light in summer at 3 am because you are so far east. Japan could use another time zone. During my stay, I have seen no other guests. This is perfect for me, though may creep some people out. At 7,000 yen per night it’s reasonable. If you like history and Japanese nostalgia, then this is the place to be. The hotel also has a lookout accessible from the fifth floor that rises two stories higher. From there, Kunashiri island (now occupied by Russia) is visible. The hotel is conveniently located next to a supermarket/pharmacy, and a good ramen shop and 7-11 are a block away. To the left of check in behind the protected staircase and small portable shrine are photos of the current Emperor’s visit, when he was the crown prince. Well worth a look. Given the age of this hotel, I wonder if it will be here in five years. If it is, I would happily stay here again. If not, then I’m glad I had the opportunity to stay here before it was gone.
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FromUS$63.00
4.1/56 Reviews
Ok. This hotel is no longer pretty on the outside. The Nemuro Grand Hotel is an old hotel, part of a period where many cities in Japan had a Grand Hotel, but few remain. Otaru demolished its Grand Hotel about three years ago, and Aomori did the same recently. That’s why I chose to stay here. The hotel facade is weather beaten and looks more like an abandoned prison than a hotel. But, you can tell this place was once pretty amazing (the current Emperor once visited). I checked in not knowing what to expect. My room on the fourth floor is old, but not uncomfortable. The room is warm, much better than the cold room I had in the newer Kushiro hotel I was in the night before. The bed is very soft. I slept well, except for the fact that it becomes light in summer at 3 am because you are so far east. Japan could use another time zone. During my stay, I have seen no other guests. This is perfect for me, though may creep some people out. At 7,000 yen per night it’s reasonable. If you like history and Japanese nostalgia, then this is the place to be. The hotel also has a lookout accessible from the fifth floor that rises two stories higher. From there, Kunashiri island (now occupied by Russia) is visible. The hotel is conveniently located next to a supermarket/pharmacy, and a good ramen shop and 7-11 are a block away. To the left of check in behind the protected staircase and small portable shrine are photos of the current Emperor’s visit, when he was the crown prince. Well worth a look. Given the age of this hotel, I wonder if it will be here in five years. If it is, I would happily stay here again. If not, then I’m glad I had the opportunity to stay here before it was gone.
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FromUS$63.00
4.7/55 Reviews
Located a 5 minutes drive from the harbour and close to the national park visitor centre, this is a good, clean traditional hotel / ryokan with private facilities and good onsen. Very tasty Japanese dinner and breakfast, with friendly staff who we managed to communicate with through Google translate! A shop sells snacks and a few souvenirs if you fancy them. If you don’t have your own car / rental then please note this is a one taxi town!! So getting to the sunrise boat cruise could be a challenge. Otherwise very good place to stay.
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FromUS$88.00
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