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we were completely underwhelemed by our experience at aburaya that it left us a terrible image of nagano... and reasonably so for the following reasons:
1) untrained / under-experienced staff: the check-in staff made a mistake with our dinner reservation, told us our dinner was...More
An extremely well run establishment. Staff can speak English and are extremely polite. The Manageress takes pride in her hotel and trains her staff to an exceptionally high standard. On arrival we were served traditional green tea - delicious on a winter's day. Room was...More
Stunning, quiet and elegant. The spas and rooms were excellent, so was the service. And the meals were the highpoint of our foodie tour through Japan. We travelled a s a family of four and the kids enjoyed it as much as we did.
Aburaya Tousen is the first traditional Japanese hotel my family has stayed in. It’s just 10mins drive from the Snow Monkeys and located in a rather quiet town in a valley. We stopped there after a week skiing in Nozawa Onsen.
Sleeping on futons was...More
Smiling women in kimonos, were quick to make us feel welcomed the minute we arrived. The lobby is artfully designed with lots of fresh flower arrangements. After checking in, our receptionist took us to our room showing us various common areas, the protocol...More
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The hotel takes you up by a shuttle bus in the morning about 9.30am. Getting back there are scheduled buses, but we walked back to the hotel which took just over 30 mins. (Its a nice walk depending on how much snow there... More
The hotel takes you up by a shuttle bus in the morning about 9.30am. Getting back there are scheduled buses, but we walked back to the hotel which took just over 30 mins. (Its a nice walk depending on how much snow there is). It cost 800 y to enter the reserve