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First my special THANK YOU for my host Honoka San for her hospitality and service. I was staying at room 505. She was the reason I give an extra star. It was a surprise that she spoke fluent English. So, we had no problem communicating....More
We, family of 4, stayed at Villa Rakuen(ヴィラ楽園）of this hotel.
Room has both bedroom and tatami-room, so my husband and I used bedroom while my mother and sister used the Japanese room.
Our room had Roten-Buro(outside bath), so we used this in turn.
The New Awaji is neither "old and traditional" nor "brand new and cool".
I guess the building is 1980's vintage. It is in very good condition but the style is showing its age. Do not be put off by this. The facilities are very good;...More
We stayed at this hotel in August 2014.
Although called a hotel, Hotel New Awaji is a typical japanese ryokan (inn) : tatami rooms with a sea views for most of them, hot spring bath, safe in the room with keys to wear around the...More
We visited the Villa Rakuen section of Hotel New Awaji in February of this year and wow!
We weren't too sure what to expect, especially with the Kaiseki in room dining, but we were very pleasantly surprised. We had a private onsen suite on the...More
Response from it_yoshida | Property representative |
Thank you so much for your inquiry. We have private onsen named "Yume-fu-sen" on the rooftop floor of the hotel. Yume-fu-sen has 6 private hotspring baths and the fees range from JPY3000-JPY5000 per slot (50mins). It is open... More
Thank you so much for your inquiry. We have private onsen named "Yume-fu-sen" on the rooftop floor of the hotel. Yume-fu-sen has 6 private hotspring baths and the fees range from JPY3000-JPY5000 per slot (50mins). It is open from 5 am to 11 pm. We look forward to meeting you soon.