Hotels Near Suzaka City Zoo In Suzaka

5/5Perfect11 Reviews
1.41km from Suzaka City Zoo
Guest House Kura was incredible. We were originally booked for 4 nights but ended up staying 5. We just didn't want to leave. Marina and Yuuri are outstanding hosts and the atmosphere is warm and friendly. The house is over 100 yrs. old and is a classic Japanese home with sliding doors and tatami floors. A piece of Japanese history. The little café attached to the guest house, La Vie Lente is run by Marina's mom and serves the BEST Tart Tatin we had ever had and doubles as a communal dining room in the evenings. Just charming! One of the best things about staying there is returning at the end of the day and spending the evenings chatting with Yuuri and Marina and the other guests in the lounge. It truly feels like home. Any barriers of language and culture between guests from all parts of the world are quickly forgotten as you get to know each other. Don't miss out on this wonderful experience. Priceless!
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0/50 Reviews
2.07km from Suzaka City Zoo
Hot Spring That Kenshin Uesugi Bathed. Five baths with their own unique looks.
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5/5Perfect1 Reviews
10.43km from Suzaka City Zoo
We are a small pension managed and served by a family, which we believe the principal of pension management. Our business idea is the service with cheap price, neat & clean and warm hospitality.
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4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
10.67km from Suzaka City Zoo
Pension Tirol is situated in Suzaka, 19 km from Nagano. Free private parking is available on site.Rooms come with a flat-screen TV. Pension Tirol features free WiFi .There is a shared lounge at the property.You can engage in various activities, such as skiing and golfing. The inn also offers ski equipment hire. Hakuba is 47 km from Pension Tirol, while Karuizawa is 34 km from the property.
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3/51 Reviews
10.69km from Suzaka City Zoo
Rest your wings in the great nature at 1500 meters high and fly away to a whole new world!
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5/511 Reviews
Guest House Kura was incredible. We were originally booked for 4 nights but ended up staying 5. We just didn't want to leave. Marina and Yuuri are outstanding hosts and the atmosphere is warm and friendly. The house is over 100 yrs. old and is a classic Japanese home with sliding doors and tatami floors. A piece of Japanese history. The little café attached to the guest house, La Vie Lente is run by Marina's mom and serves the BEST Tart Tatin we had ever had and doubles as a communal dining room in the evenings. Just charming! One of the best things about staying there is returning at the end of the day and spending the evenings chatting with Yuuri and Marina and the other guests in the lounge. It truly feels like home. Any barriers of language and culture between guests from all parts of the world are quickly forgotten as you get to know each other. Don't miss out on this wonderful experience. Priceless!
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5/511 Reviews
Guest House Kura was incredible. We were originally booked for 4 nights but ended up staying 5. We just didn't want to leave. Marina and Yuuri are outstanding hosts and the atmosphere is warm and friendly. The house is over 100 yrs. old and is a classic Japanese home with sliding doors and tatami floors. A piece of Japanese history. The little café attached to the guest house, La Vie Lente is run by Marina's mom and serves the BEST Tart Tatin we had ever had and doubles as a communal dining room in the evenings. Just charming! One of the best things about staying there is returning at the end of the day and spending the evenings chatting with Yuuri and Marina and the other guests in the lounge. It truly feels like home. Any barriers of language and culture between guests from all parts of the world are quickly forgotten as you get to know each other. Don't miss out on this wonderful experience. Priceless!
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4.5/510 Reviews
The only good things going for Warabino are: black out curtains in addition to paper shades (a rarity in traditional onsen ryokans where paper sliding shades are the norm), two friendly and warm staff (not the two old ladies who seem to own the place?), and the public onsen just outside the ryokan (where locals from nearby villagers flock to in afternoon for their baths, very local, but a beautiful onsen nonetheless with gorgeous wood structure and a nice view of the padi fields from the rotemburo). It’s quite pricey given the quality of food and remoteness. It isn’t near anything of particular interest. The Japanese dinner and breakfast isn’t of very good quality: there were strange cheese cubes (??!) in the chawamushi, the grilled dishes of a small trout and green pepper too heavily salted, other dishes were uninspiring. Breakfast was even worse with sausages and very heavily alcoholic dishes. The only good dishes for dinner were the very fresh sashimi, a yam dish, and the tempura (there was a delicious bamboo shoot!) (and trust me I know what makes a good Japanese meal; I’m not a newbie to Japanese cuisine or ryokans). One of the old grannies was extremely grumpy, while the other one was much friendlier. Child of 6 years old (and we paid approx ¥9000 for one night for child stay!) had dinner that was mostly 80% meat all fried food and sausages. Very strange and unappetizing. The room itself was relatively spacious, overlooking a garden and padi fields. But it was quite kitsch with some strange European touches such as the picture frame (mock rococo style!?) and carpet by the balcony. Futons laid out for us smelled very strongly of moth balls. Also, room wasn’t very sound proof and we could hear other doors slamming down the corridor or other guests. The two onsens in ryokan: one was ok, with an outdoor rotemburo that was very dubious in its privacy. It seems like part of the restaurant or something would overlook the outdoor onsen/rotemburo, and if you were of average height, you could look into some parts of the other guests room! The waters also smelled faintly of chlorine. The indoor one (they swap the onsens by gender at 9pm) was even worse, just a steam room, a sauna basically as it is so hot with no windows nor ventilation. We didn’t even bother using it. There is another private onsen available for booking for a fee of ¥1500 which has a view of the padi fields and is quite lovely. But I feel that to charge for that is quite cheeky. Wouldn’t return for the price... there was nothing much to do there in early June and is not part of a town or anything interesting where we could walk around. I would only recommend it if you were en route back to or from Nagano and wanted somewhere relatively affordable. Still, I didn’t find it worth it and would have rather stayed in a normal hotel and searched for dinner or breakfast ourselves.
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4.6/518 Reviews
I went by car using the navigation, but I was lost. The room was large, clean and satisfied.
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4.6/519 Reviews
We were able to stay at a surprisingly low price. In the first place, it is a hotel of the JAL group, so it is fine. It's a bit old but clean and comfortable. This time the breakfast was very delicious.
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4.8/548 Reviews
The room is a bit smaller and the natural hot spring water is really good. A coin-operated laundry room is particularly convenient and fast. Sanitation is also very good.
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Hotels Near Suzaka City Zoo In Suzaka FAQ

  • What hotels are recommended near Suzaka City Zoo?

    If you're having a hard time choosing a hotel, consider staying at Pension Noichigo, Guest House Kura or Pension Tirol , these hotels have great reviews. Be sure you book early!

  • Which popular hotels near Suzaka City Zoo have parking?

    If you're planning on driving to Suzaka City Zoo in Suzaka, why not stay at Guest House Kura, Pension Tirol or Pension Shiroi Tsubasa ? These are all popular hotels with parking lots.

  • Which hotels near Suzaka City Zoo are the most popular?

    Guest House Kura, Suzaka Onsen Kojoso and Pension Tirol are some of the most popular hotels.

  • What hotels near Suzaka City Zoo have non-smoking rooms?

    Many guests care about the quality of the rooms they stay in and want to ensure that their rooms have fresh, clean air. Guest House Kura is a popular hotel with non-smoking rooms.

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    If you like the idea of sampling local flavors while traveling, consider staying at Pension Shiroi Tsubasa . There are plenty of restaurants that serve local dishes near the hotel.

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    Whether you're traveling for business or going on a vacation, Pension Tirol is your best choice.

  • Which popular hotels near Suzaka City Zoo have pools?

    Summer is a great season to take your kids or family on a trip to Suzaka City Zoo in Suzaka. Suzaka Onsen Kojoso is a popular hotel with a pool.

  • What's the average price of hotels near Suzaka City Zoo this weekend?

    According to Trip.com's data, the average price for a weekend night at hotels near Suzaka City Zoo in Suzaka is USD 329. Prices fluctuate often; this rate is for reference only.

  • Which hotels near Suzaka City Zoo have gyms?

    Since staying fit is important to a lot of guests, it's no surprise that gyms can be found in many hotels. Suzaka Onsen Kojoso is a popular hotel with a gym.

  • What's the average price per night of hotels near Suzaka City Zoo

    According to Trip.com's data, the average price per night at hotels near Suzaka City Zoo in Suzaka is USD 70. Prices fluctuate often; this rate is for reference only.

  • Which hotels near Suzaka City Zoo have free Wi-Fi?

    Whether you're traveling for business or leisure, Wi-Fi is an essential. Guest House Kura and Pension Tirol are all popular hotels that have free Wi-Fi.

  • What hotels near Suzaka City Zoo offer breakfast?

    A delicious breakfast is a great way to kick start your day. If you want to stay at a hotel with breakfast near Suzaka City Zoo in Suzaka, consider Guest House Kura or Pension Shiroi Tsubasa . Be sure to book these popular hotels in advance!