Hotels Near Wanryu Hanten In Nozawaonsen

4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.61km from downtown
Pros: Excellent value, excellent hotel, excellent service. Traditional tatami, room is a basic with a TV, a heater, a kettle and thats about it to be honest! But go in expecting this, and everything is excellent. Staff (family owned) was excellent and catered to our every question and request (where to go for dinner, where to go for onsens etc.). Location is 10 minutes away from the slopes (5 minute walk, 5 minutes on the moving carpet). Restaurants and shops close by (by far enough from the noise). Mattresses and blankets were very comfortable, warm enough to sleep through the night. The showers were very hot, sinks and bathrooms close by (shared) and the entire property was very clean. I have no complaints. Cons: No place for you to shower in the morning - bath / shower only opened from 15:00 to 22:00. There are public onsens near by for you to do so, but just something to bear in mind.
FromUS$141
4.6/5Outstanding10 Reviews
0.65km from downtown
The friendly helpful staff at Sumiyosiya made our stay extra special. We were met at the bus station and driven to the hotel. The staff showed us how the 'no shoes' setup worked and showed us to our room. Our 'room' as actually a series of rooms so more a suite than a room. We chose to have western style beds not futons but otherwise the room was totally Japanese. Shoji paper screens opened between the bedroom, living room and the seating area and the decor was lovely. The bathroom had a large wooden tub with separate shower as the Japanese way of bathing involves getting clean before entering the water. In the morning we were called when breakfast was ready and shown to our private dining room. On the first morning we wore regular clothes but on the other days we dressed in the yukata provided dress daily. We opted for the western breakfast which was very nice indeed though only one cup of coffee was provided. The staff were so lovely we didn't ask for more. The hotel has one of the many public onsen available in Nozawa. Most people who used the onsen were guests as it's not obvious from outside that there is an Onsen. The water was very warm. Due to the minerals in the water silver jewellery should be removed as it will tarnish. They have a large pool and a small pool so they rotate male / female so everyone gets a chance to use both pools. Onsen bathing is single sex and in the nude. The location is ideal. The cooking onsen across the narrow road is a great feature and a winding path leads around and down into the main area of the town. The town has great shops and restaurants. Being only a short walk from the moving walkway which goes up to the ski slopes it was very easy to go skiing. It's not possible to ski in or out but the moving walkway makes it easy. We took our own boots and helmets and hired skis and left the skis and our boots at the hire shop 'St Anton'. Nozawa is a great location for a few days skiing. The snow is just wonderful. Unlike European resorts there are not many eateries up on the mountain so we came down for coffee to the plateau at the first lift or to the side of the paradise slope. There are numerous chair lifts and some gondolas but no tows :) Note that the chair lifts mostly have a safety bar though no foot rests. At the end of our stay the staff drove us to the bus station for the bus to Iiama rail station.
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4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.76km from downtown
Tanuki Lodge is in the perfect location of the village of Nozawaonsen, easy to walk to everything including the lifts and bus stop for nearby Iiyama (where the bullet train arrives/departs) The front half of the building is renovated in, what I would describe, as industrial chic. Exposed concrete ceilings with lots of muted lighting in the restaurant where you enjoy a really good breakfast and coffee each morning. Same for reception & the tepanyaki restaurant. Unfortunately our room wasn’t quite as I expected or would be, it was reached down a drab and long corridor that connects the 2 buildings. The bathroom was tiny...I mean really tiny like and airplane toilet tiny! However we got around this issue by using the beautiful O Yu onsen directly opposite, Yumi & Bradley kindly gave us robes so we could stroll around the village trying all the onsen. The room could do with a small fridge so you could keep some milk for coffee or supplies, also maybe less than a Fluro light as it didn’t look very cosy at night. The beds are super comfy and warm and the rooms could be (and I’m sure in future will be) so much nicer with a few touches and colour changes. However I must say that the apartments that I looked in at the front of the building were absolutely gorgeous, stylishly decorated and big bathrooms! So if the apartments are available maybe book one of those! We will come back to Nozawaonsen again soon and would stay again, just not in the same room.
FromUS$86
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.76km from downtown
Location is good. Not far from the Moving Walk and most good public baths. Language may be a challenge if you do not speak/understand some basic Japanese. Breakfast is sometimes average and sometimes good. Dinner is amazing. Rooms get pretty cold in winter, and the small heater does the job but you need to rug up. Tatami mats in the rooms have sink spots, and needs replacement. Toiletries provided are minimal - only a bath towel, toothbrush and toothpaste. Shampoo, conditioner and soap are in the shared bathroom. Also note that the main toilet is a shared unisex toilet. Staff are friendly and helpful Noise can be a problem for some as sound insulation for older buildings here are non existent.
FromUS$828
4.7/5Outstanding9 Reviews
0.78km from downtown
After searching endlessly, I ended up booking here for our stay in Nozawa onsen. We booked through the very helpful and patient Mariko at Nozawa Holidays. It was a little more expensive than other options but once we arrived I could see that it was worth the money. The position is perfect. Very close to the moving walkway and right in the midst of the beautiful village. The rooms were incredibly spacious - traditional style but with private bathroom if you prefer. The onsens are exceptional - be sure to visit both floors (at the appropriate times!). The larger one on the 1st floor is quite special. The breakfasts are traditional with some western touches on alternate days. I thoroughly enjoyed each breakfast including the soups, fish course (cubed raw salmon with wasabi and soy - great start to the day!). The staff - I can’t express how immaculate the service is here. So unobtrusive and quiet but we felt so looked after. ie. put an extra mattress on my husbands futon the first night and the staff remembered to do that when making up his bed every subsequent night. I’d thoroughly recommend this Ryokan. Nozawa Onsen is one of the only places I’ve skied at that I’d return to in the summer. The village is fantastic. Quite a special place. If you’re still reading - can I advise you to get a quote from Nozawa Holidays. We had a small mix up at check in that could have really been an issue however the Nozawa Holidays team performed miracles to fix it. I’d go through them again in a heartbeat.
FromUS$155
4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.84km from downtown
And, did I mention they actually do speak English? Nozawa is small, there are not that many restaurants/cafes that you can pick and choose, and they are all rather touristy. On the other hand, Nagano pref. has got one of the best vegetables and fruits Japan can produce. So, why not just pick up some great stuff from the local market (the hotel can guide you) and make some hot spring eggs and call it the best Nozawa dinner you can have? Furthermore, there are 13 hot spring baths you can go in Nozawa, but those are shared by the locals so that you feel sometimes a little awkward. Don't you want to just enjoy the luxury and relaxation of soaking in hot water after a long day without worrying about whether you are disturbing anyone? There you go--head downstairs for the hotel's own hot spring. So, where else do you want to stay?
FromUS$108
4.5/5Excellent11 Reviews
0.85km from downtown
located in the middle of town, lots of convenience stores nearby. clean and great like all the family run lodges.
FromUS$45
5/5Perfect11 Reviews
0.9km from downtown
Gasthof Schi Heil is a popular choice amongst travelers in Nagano, whether exploring or just passing through. The property features a wide range of facilities to make your stay a pleasant experience. Coffee shop, restaurant, car park, laundry service/dry cleaning are just some of the facilities on offer. Air conditioning, shower, internet access – LAN, hair dryer, bathrobes can be found in each guestroom. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. Friendly staff, great facilities and close proximity to all that Nagano has to offer are three great reasons you should stay at Gasthof Schi Heil.
FromUS$49
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.9km from downtown
We stayed at Yukiyama Lodge for 6 nights, and we had a great time! The lodge owner was very friendly and always conjured up delicious meals. You sleep on futons (a type of Japanese bed on the floor) which are very comfortable. Also while we where there 25cm of powder snow came and skiing was fabulous! Overall I would definitely recommend Yukiyama Lodge as a place to stay if you go to Nozawa Onsen.
FromUS$63
4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.92km from downtown
Labelled as traditional which can translate into very small, and uncomfortable. Not suited for a ski/board trip. No power in bathroom and nowhere really to get ready. No hooks to hang wet gear. No curtains, so light was an issue. Walls were very thin, so if you have noisy neighbours, expect to be woken up. Recommend ear plugs and eye patches. Wifi didn’t work in room. Don’t mean for this to sound quite so negative, as staff were nice and if you’re after traditional accommodation, this is good for you. If not doing a snow holiday probably quite nice as well.
FromUS$135
3.2/511 Reviews
0.98km from downtown
Conveniently located only a 10-minute walk away from the Nozawa Onsen Snow Resort ski slopes, Ikemoto provides guests with free Wi-Fi at the lobby and a drying room for ski wear.Rooms at Ikemoto Ryokan are equipped with air conditioning/heating, Yukata robes and an electric kettle. Rooms are also furnished with a seating area, where guests can relax.The dining area is on the first floor and serves a Japanese-style set dinner, featuring the local produces.The property has 2 hot spring baths, drinks vending machines and free parking on site.JR Kamisakai Train Station on the JR Iiyama Line is a 12-minute driver from the property. In the quaint hot spring village of Nozawa, guests can find 13 other hot spring facilities all within a 10-minute walking distance from the property.
FromUS$58
0/50 Reviews
1.04km from downtown
Nozawa Onsen Genroku (Nagano) is located in Nozawaonsen and about 20-minutes by car from Iiyama Toyota IC. It is located in the heart of hot spring town and is an ideal base for visitng 13 nearby free hot springs. Free WiFi is available in each guest room. Yukata are available for guests to wear during their stay. Guests may borrow conveniences such as hair dryers and irons at no additional charge (please inquire at the front desk for details). The hotel offers Japanese multi-course meals featuring local and seasonal ingredients. The hotel possesses 7 guest rooms.
FromUS$46

Hotels Near Wanryu Hanten In Nozawaonsen Review

4.5/511 Reviews
located in the middle of town, lots of convenience stores nearby. clean and great like all the family run lodges.
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FromUS$45
4.4/510 Reviews
Tanuki Lodge is in the perfect location of the village of Nozawaonsen, easy to walk to everything including the lifts and bus stop for nearby Iiyama (where the bullet train arrives/departs) The front half of the building is renovated in, what I would describe, as industrial chic. Exposed concrete ceilings with lots of muted lighting in the restaurant where you enjoy a really good breakfast and coffee each morning. Same for reception & the tepanyaki restaurant. Unfortunately our room wasn’t quite as I expected or would be, it was reached down a drab and long corridor that connects the 2 buildings. The bathroom was tiny...I mean really tiny like and airplane toilet tiny! However we got around this issue by using the beautiful O Yu onsen directly opposite, Yumi & Bradley kindly gave us robes so we could stroll around the village trying all the onsen. The room could do with a small fridge so you could keep some milk for coffee or supplies, also maybe less than a Fluro light as it didn’t look very cosy at night. The beds are super comfy and warm and the rooms could be (and I’m sure in future will be) so much nicer with a few touches and colour changes. However I must say that the apartments that I looked in at the front of the building were absolutely gorgeous, stylishly decorated and big bathrooms! So if the apartments are available maybe book one of those! We will come back to Nozawaonsen again soon and would stay again, just not in the same room.
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FromUS$86
4.4/510 Reviews
And, did I mention they actually do speak English? Nozawa is small, there are not that many restaurants/cafes that you can pick and choose, and they are all rather touristy. On the other hand, Nagano pref. has got one of the best vegetables and fruits Japan can produce. So, why not just pick up some great stuff from the local market (the hotel can guide you) and make some hot spring eggs and call it the best Nozawa dinner you can have? Furthermore, there are 13 hot spring baths you can go in Nozawa, but those are shared by the locals so that you feel sometimes a little awkward. Don't you want to just enjoy the luxury and relaxation of soaking in hot water after a long day without worrying about whether you are disturbing anyone? There you go--head downstairs for the hotel's own hot spring. So, where else do you want to stay?
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FromUS$108
4.1/510 Reviews
Location is good. Not far from the Moving Walk and most good public baths. Language may be a challenge if you do not speak/understand some basic Japanese. Breakfast is sometimes average and sometimes good. Dinner is amazing. Rooms get pretty cold in winter, and the small heater does the job but you need to rug up. Tatami mats in the rooms have sink spots, and needs replacement. Toiletries provided are minimal - only a bath towel, toothbrush and toothpaste. Shampoo, conditioner and soap are in the shared bathroom. Also note that the main toilet is a shared unisex toilet. Staff are friendly and helpful Noise can be a problem for some as sound insulation for older buildings here are non existent.
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FromUS$828
4.1/510 Reviews
We stayed at Yukiyama Lodge for 6 nights, and we had a great time! The lodge owner was very friendly and always conjured up delicious meals. You sleep on futons (a type of Japanese bed on the floor) which are very comfortable. Also while we where there 25cm of powder snow came and skiing was fabulous! Overall I would definitely recommend Yukiyama Lodge as a place to stay if you go to Nozawa Onsen.
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FromUS$63
4.4/510 Reviews
Tanuki Lodge is in the perfect location of the village of Nozawaonsen, easy to walk to everything including the lifts and bus stop for nearby Iiyama (where the bullet train arrives/departs) The front half of the building is renovated in, what I would describe, as industrial chic. Exposed concrete ceilings with lots of muted lighting in the restaurant where you enjoy a really good breakfast and coffee each morning. Same for reception & the tepanyaki restaurant. Unfortunately our room wasn’t quite as I expected or would be, it was reached down a drab and long corridor that connects the 2 buildings. The bathroom was tiny...I mean really tiny like and airplane toilet tiny! However we got around this issue by using the beautiful O Yu onsen directly opposite, Yumi & Bradley kindly gave us robes so we could stroll around the village trying all the onsen. The room could do with a small fridge so you could keep some milk for coffee or supplies, also maybe less than a Fluro light as it didn’t look very cosy at night. The beds are super comfy and warm and the rooms could be (and I’m sure in future will be) so much nicer with a few touches and colour changes. However I must say that the apartments that I looked in at the front of the building were absolutely gorgeous, stylishly decorated and big bathrooms! So if the apartments are available maybe book one of those! We will come back to Nozawaonsen again soon and would stay again, just not in the same room.
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FromUS$86