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4/55 Reviews
We're staying at a 2-rooms cottage with fully equipped kitchen. Each room has 2 big single beds & a sofa bed.The unit is comfortable & even has a fire place. Hotel has a nice onsen, table tennis & tennis for rent. It also has private entrance to the Nasu Highland Theme Park which is interesting for young kids & exciting for teens to spend the whole day. The reception sell discount ticket for guest but we only found out much later. However, the hotel accessibility is a big big problem without own transportation. The nearest convenient shop is about 15 min away & supermarket is 20 min away. Although hotel provide 3x free shuttle service to Nasushiobara train station, the timing doesn't coincide with other shuttle services provided by nearby attractions. It'll be good to add a stop at Nasu Garden before reaching the train station. During winter, the timing should adjust to coincide with the ski resort shuttle service at 8am & 6pm.
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5/512 Reviews
The hotel is fantastic, the golf course is directly visible on the balcony, the spa is free, the service is superb, and the hotel with the best hotel service is so much. I will stay again next time.
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4/55 Reviews
Having travelled many parts of Japan and stayed in beautiful onsen hotels, this one had to top it all. Pun aside, the hotel is perched on the fringe of the Japanese Alps (Mount Nasu) with beautiful surrounding foliage/forest and gorgeous mountain view The hotel seemed pretty new otherwise the management have upkept and maintained the place very well. We stayed on the 4th floor. The room is rather large overlooking the forest . The room came with came with a Nespresso coffee machine and it s accompanying coffee capsules. They also provide elaborate and smart-ooking yukatas (you can choose the beige or blue colour ones) . I also love their elaborate fine dining meals. At dinner it was a large spread of kaiseiki Japanese meals, where pains and attention are paid to the details, serving and meals prepared. I like their onsen facilities the most with indoor and outdoor baths. The outdoor baths of different variety (silky baths, and the tubs ones with varying temperaturs) comes with an amazing view of the Japanese Alps. After your bath, you can pamper yourself with the lotions and moisturisers. They even have free ice cream for you! One the best onsen hotels in terms of cleanliness, view and facilities.
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5/56 Reviews
This water garden came to my attention in Paris, spring of 2018, when it featured in the expo in Fondation Cartier. I then resolved to go visit when in Japan. Very glad that I did. It was one of the high points of my 4-week trip. Admitted, I like art and I like gardens, so this was a wonderful culmination of the two. What I knew before visiting, but what was disappointing anyway, was that the tour was in Japanese with NO English at all, except in a brochure. Fortunately, I had seen a video of the construction proces in Paris - was that English or French? - and that might have been a good thing to show here as well. Nevertheless, one of the highlights of my trip!
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4.1/58 Reviews
こんな状況ではありますが、家族で利用しました。 那須の小高い所から自然を楽しみつつ温泉を過ごす事ができます。 お風呂の温度はそこまで熱くないため、露天風呂であればゆっくりと時間を過ごすことが可能です。とてもよい温泉でした。 食事やお部屋はよくある旅館の食事です。お腹いっぱいに楽しめますが、料理の味は中の上くらいです。もし温泉よりも食事を楽しまれる方にはお薦めしません。 全体を通して気になった点は2点あります。 ①何度か電話したが、ずっと留守番電話でした。 →原因は週の中日に休館にしてコロナ感染予防として、消毒作業を二日間行っていたためとのこと。理解はできるが公式のHPに記載してほしかったです。 「休館日の記載、緊急連絡先(可能な限りでの折り返しの対応)」これらがあれば気づけるのですが・・・ ②脱衣所での虫の死骸 →先ほどよいといったお風呂ですが、脱衣所に虫の死骸(Gです)がありました。 古い旅館だし、田舎だからいてもおかしくないかと思いましたが、 宿泊中に何度かお風呂に入りましたが、Gが消えることはありませんでした。 感染予防対策として、スリッパ入れるためのビニール袋を定期的に補充しているはずなので気づくと思うのですが、一晩中Gの死骸が居たのは少し残念です。 そのため、温泉、食事、サービスは本当によく5点満点なのですが、 上記2点が気になったので「普通」と致しました。 貸し切り風呂もあるので、ご家族やカップル・夫婦に向いていると思います。
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5/513 Reviews
We chose to stay in Nasu Onsen 那須温泉, a spread out hotspring on the slope of Mt. Nasu. Yumoto 湯本 is the centre of the area, with many ryokans located, including the one we booked for the evening: Sanraku 那須温泉 山楽. This ryokan was started in 1923, visited by Emperor Showa 天皇昭和 before he decided to build his own imperial villa in Nasu, so there is a saying that his villa was inspired by the ryokan. It has a really beautiful backdrop of Nasu’s main peak: Chausudake 茶臼岳. The ryokan has prided itself with its hotspring, directly fed from the source 5.4 km away, with an abundance flow of 800 litres per minute. The ryokan made use of the gradual drop of temperature over distance to cool down the water and this hotspring is the same feeding the royal villa. We have booked the Modern Japanese Room with Garden Open-Air Bath. The bedroom is spacious (10 mats), with the veranda looking out at the garden, where there is a footbath along with the nice open-air bath with flowing hotspring, direct from source without heating or filtration. There are also two open and two indoor public baths, separately for male and female guests. The ryokan was not busy and so I had the whole bath for myself. I am particularly impressed by the open bath, created as a pool surrounded by the forest offering calm and tranquility. The other great feature was certainly the quality of the hotspring. Simple Onsen 単純温泉 in style, the semi-clear water has no smell, slightly alkaline and giving a nice smoothing experience. I felt all my neck pain gone after the soak and no wonder it was famous for healing properties. The ryokan also had a nice lobby with plenty of comfortable sofas looking at the window to the beautifully trimmed garden. Offering tea, coffee as well as wine and sake free for guests, we had a relaxing moment before returning to the room and got ready for dinner. Dinner is served at the private dining room Yumatsuki. We chose not to dine in room to avoid the smell of the food. All the dishes were fantastic in taste and plating, a true feast of flavors, texture and enjoyment. I also had the local sake Tentaka 天鷹, one of the most popular in Tochigi.
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Nasu Hotel Guide

On Trip.com, it's easy to search for hotels in Nasu. If you want to stay at the best hotel in Nasu, Trip.com is here to help! If you travel to Japan, visiting Nasu is a good choice. You can plan a one or two day trip to Nasu.

There is no civilian airport in this city. You can visit a nearby city first, and then head to Nasu using other means of transportation. JR Kurodahara station is a large train station in Nasu. It's convenient to stay at a hotel in the nearby area.

On Trip.com, there are 39 recommended hotels in Nasu. Nasu has high quality and low-priced hotels. You can spend one night at a nice hotel for only 180 USD. There are 7 four-star hotels in Nasu at an average price of 199 USD per night. There are 21 three-star hotels in Nasu at an average price of 202 USD per night. There are 10 two-star hotels in Nasu at an average price of 136 USD per night. There are not many well-known chain hotels in Nasu, but staying at a unique local hotel will make you feel at home. Hotels under the Mystays brand are a good choice. Mystays is the top choice of many travelers in Nasu. Matsukawaya Nasukogen Hotel is one of the most popular hotels in Nasu. If you're still unsure, Trip.com recommends Ittan Canyoning & Guest House.

The most famous attractions locally are Sesshoseki-Tenbodai Boardwalk, SL Land, Nasu Rindoko Lake View.

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