Hotels Near Road Station Otofuke In Otofuke

4/5Very Good10 Reviews
4.94km from Road Station Otofuke
This place is extraordinary...great kind and helpful people..wonderful cosy house very well decorated confortable, with a great common place to live..great terrasse..great food..everthing was just perfect..we really loved the place...hope you will love it as well!
FromUS$64.00
3.7/510 Reviews
7.93km from Road Station Otofuke
The hot springs in the hotel are not representative of the Tokachi River, but also have to go to the hotel in the hot spring street. The hotel was just renovated from the old building. It used the previous facilities, a bit old, but the space was very wide. The service is the average level of Japan. I am not familiar with the resources around the tour. We still know from the official website of the first hotel that there is a migratory bird nearby and go there.
FromUS$74.00
4.3/5Excellent27 Reviews
8.75km from Road Station Otofuke
This hot spring hotel fronting the Tokachi river is possibly the best in this resource-rich area of east Hokkaido, living up to its “number one” name. Our small tour group was warmly welcomed with hand towels and luggage was expeditiously delivered to our modernized Jaoanese-styled room, of which they have a few. Our room faced the river, which was nice, but the tatami rooms opposite ours also had good views of the trees beyond. The buffet breakfast dining room was pleasant, You did not get that squeezy, hurried feeling with some busy tourist hotels, and the staff were helpful. One of our members came down late, and the staff patiently waited for her to finish her meal though it was past the closing time. The onsen was the highlight of our overnight stay. It has a lovely outdoor bath complete with a jacuzzi corner. One level up is yet another jacuzzi bath, a cold water bath and best of all, an aromatherapy steam room, which unfortunately is not open till later in the morning. My only gripe is the scarcity of post-shower moisturizing and styling products in the dressing area, with only one face gel on the counter- most pathetic of all the onsens I have visited. The hotel can surely do better than that on this score. The send off was an impressive one, with a whole array of staff lined up to wave our coach off, from what appeared to be the GM to the chef, until we were out of sight. We would stay here again if we were to revisit the region.
FromUS$201.00
4.9/5Perfect7 Reviews
9.05km from Road Station Otofuke
One of the most impeccably clean room that I have seen, Kangetsuen makes for a tranquil onsen vacay stay – even if it is just for one night. I stayed in a regular Japanese room that was lined with soft tatami. The room looks spacious enough for three people to sleep comfortably in with thick futon mattress stored away in a hidden cupboard. I love that how the room was compartmentalise with the toilets kept away from view from a sliding door. The bathtub is too small to soak in but this is an onsen hotel, so all the soaking should be done in the onsen (they are a sprawling indoor hot spring with Jacuzzi corners and an outdoor onsen!) The futon mattress was thoughtfully laid-out while I was having dinner at the hotel’s restaurant (one would be too drunk to do so after copious amount of beer at dinner). From the window, you can get sweeping views of the Tokachi river, which is simply breath-taking. Make time for the breakfast buffet, which features a mix of Japanese and Western breakfast items that are all well-cooked and has a good selection of ingredients. My favourite items are the marinated seaweed, salted salmon, baked sweet potato and tamogo, which went beautifully with the yam porridge. Place the food in a small buffet platter, which is perfect for preventing over-eating. This is the place to enjoy the serenity of Tokachi’s renowned hot springs.
FromUS$83.00
4/5Very Good1 Reviews
9.1km from Road Station Otofuke
The hotel is pretty big with 3 wings (building) linked together with plenty of car parking lots. The hotel looked dated but well maintained. There’s a shopping gallery @ lobby. Check in/check out is Smooth n fast. A female receptionist can speak mandarin (话语)maybe a Chinese descendent? There is nothing much to see and eat in the vicinity. It will b good to go for half board (dinner n breakfast), n to use the onsen before n after dinner, n before breakfast. The onsen is pretty big with a few indoor pools n a outdoor pool, all of good hot spring quality. The tatami room is spacious clean n need. There is good choices of food n desserts @ dinner n breakfast.
FromUS$55.00
4.2/5Very Good7 Reviews
9.27km from Road Station Otofuke
Hotel is old, dated, musky, bearing its age We arrived late at night and departed early morning, so the 24 hour open onsen was a MAJOR attraction, much appreciated after a tiresome journey! Hotel is clearly frequented by large groups of Asian tourists NOTE: No wifi anywhere except the hotel lobby LOVELY, QUAINT, CHARMING 24 HOUR ONSEN There is a 30 minute cleaning period before the routine gender changeover at midnight. Enjoy the beautiful snow-capped outdoor onsen ( rotenburo) with the bare trees in the garden, or the equally relaxing enclosure stone rotenburo. ROOMS Clean, comfortable tatami rooms with kimono and slippers. Japanese Teabags and tea table ensuite Bathroom has toilet electric bidet with seat warmer! SERVICE Staff have Limited English, but communication adequate. FOOD Group tour style breakfast with Limited variety and spread. SUMMARY; PLUS: 24 HOUR ONSEN MINUS: WIFI only in LOBBY
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Hotels Near Road Station Otofuke In Otofuke Review

4.9/57 Reviews
One of the most impeccably clean room that I have seen, Kangetsuen makes for a tranquil onsen vacay stay – even if it is just for one night. I stayed in a regular Japanese room that was lined with soft tatami. The room looks spacious enough for three people to sleep comfortably in with thick futon mattress stored away in a hidden cupboard. I love that how the room was compartmentalise with the toilets kept away from view from a sliding door. The bathtub is too small to soak in but this is an onsen hotel, so all the soaking should be done in the onsen (they are a sprawling indoor hot spring with Jacuzzi corners and an outdoor onsen!) The futon mattress was thoughtfully laid-out while I was having dinner at the hotel’s restaurant (one would be too drunk to do so after copious amount of beer at dinner). From the window, you can get sweeping views of the Tokachi river, which is simply breath-taking. Make time for the breakfast buffet, which features a mix of Japanese and Western breakfast items that are all well-cooked and has a good selection of ingredients. My favourite items are the marinated seaweed, salted salmon, baked sweet potato and tamogo, which went beautifully with the yam porridge. Place the food in a small buffet platter, which is perfect for preventing over-eating. This is the place to enjoy the serenity of Tokachi’s renowned hot springs.
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FromUS$83.00
4.3/527 Reviews
This hot spring hotel fronting the Tokachi river is possibly the best in this resource-rich area of east Hokkaido, living up to its “number one” name. Our small tour group was warmly welcomed with hand towels and luggage was expeditiously delivered to our modernized Jaoanese-styled room, of which they have a few. Our room faced the river, which was nice, but the tatami rooms opposite ours also had good views of the trees beyond. The buffet breakfast dining room was pleasant, You did not get that squeezy, hurried feeling with some busy tourist hotels, and the staff were helpful. One of our members came down late, and the staff patiently waited for her to finish her meal though it was past the closing time. The onsen was the highlight of our overnight stay. It has a lovely outdoor bath complete with a jacuzzi corner. One level up is yet another jacuzzi bath, a cold water bath and best of all, an aromatherapy steam room, which unfortunately is not open till later in the morning. My only gripe is the scarcity of post-shower moisturizing and styling products in the dressing area, with only one face gel on the counter- most pathetic of all the onsens I have visited. The hotel can surely do better than that on this score. The send off was an impressive one, with a whole array of staff lined up to wave our coach off, from what appeared to be the GM to the chef, until we were out of sight. We would stay here again if we were to revisit the region.
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FromUS$201.00
4/51 Reviews
The hotel is pretty big with 3 wings (building) linked together with plenty of car parking lots. The hotel looked dated but well maintained. There’s a shopping gallery @ lobby. Check in/check out is Smooth n fast. A female receptionist can speak mandarin (话语)maybe a Chinese descendent? There is nothing much to see and eat in the vicinity. It will b good to go for half board (dinner n breakfast), n to use the onsen before n after dinner, n before breakfast. The onsen is pretty big with a few indoor pools n a outdoor pool, all of good hot spring quality. The tatami room is spacious clean n need. There is good choices of food n desserts @ dinner n breakfast.
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FromUS$55.00
4/52 Reviews
Tiny 10-room establishment that is best thought of as an annex to the Daiichi next door; you can use the bigger brother's facilities, such as the onsen, but not vice versa. We booked the entry-level room, #256, a 'mountain-facing' 40m2 western-style twin bedder with an outdoor terrace. I thought I should share more about the room, since there's not much info otherwise about them, here and on the website. Although the room is in the lead-in category, it's spacious, with a separate living area, and a bathroom with separate toilet, sink and shower/bath zones. The bathroom contains a lovely cypress bath, which fills (quite rapidly I might add) with the moor spring water the area is famous for (and not just heated tap water). It feels as if the 40m2 does not include the outdoor terrace space. Speaking of which, although the website says that the terrace is unavailable during winter, fact is that the door remains unlocked, and we were told that we could go outside to smoke if we wished. There's an aroma therapy burner and a CD player and you could borrow discs from the lobby. A few things to nitpick about the room. There are no power sockets near the bed at all. Keeping your phone charged or near your bed: pick one or the other. There's also not much of a view from the terrace. It overlooks the carpark, and beyond that, the main road and some farmland. I believe the rooms on the other side of the corridor would get the lovely views of the garden. Service was pretty good. A few things stood out: we had to leave the hotel early after our second (and last) night, but breakfast starts only at 7:30. We emailed ahead to ask if we could eat earlier, but they apologetically couldn't oblige. They did, however, arrange for us to have the buffet breakfast at the Daiichi next door, which starts at 6:45. The lady who tended the bar was also very friendly and engaging, and taught us how to solve the various puzzles they had provided as amusements for guests. Preprandial drinks are free. Finally, the concierge helped us take care of some restaurant bookings, even though they were for outside of our stay. What wasn't that great: nobody was watching the entrance, so when we arrived by car, we had already unloaded all our bags before someone noticed and came out to help. During the Sairinka festival, there's a shuttle bus, shared among various hotels, that leaves from the driveway of the Daiichi at roughly 20:00, with two return journeys at 20:30 and 21:00, if I recall correctly. Sanyoan comes at quite a premium over its sister establishment, and while I liked the intimacy of Sanyoan and otherwise enjoyed my stay, I am not sure if I wouldn't pick the Daiichi the next time I come to Tokachigawa Onsen.
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FromUS$487.00
3.7/510 Reviews
The hot springs in the hotel are not representative of the Tokachi River, but also have to go to the hotel in the hot spring street. The hotel was just renovated from the old building. It used the previous facilities, a bit old, but the space was very wide. The service is the average level of Japan. I am not familiar with the resources around the tour. We still know from the official website of the first hotel that there is a migratory bird nearby and go there.
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FromUS$74.00
4/510 Reviews
This place is extraordinary...great kind and helpful people..wonderful cosy house very well decorated confortable, with a great common place to live..great terrasse..great food..everthing was just perfect..we really loved the place...hope you will love it as well!
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FromUS$64.00
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