Finding an ideal family-friendly onsen ryokan in Sobetsu-cho does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Toya Sun Palace Resort and Spa, a nice option for travellers like you.
Toya Sun Palace Resort and Spa offers guests an array of room amenities including a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The onsen ryokan offers 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and shops, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a pool and breakfast. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
While in Sobetsu-cho be sure to experience nearby French restaurants such as Restaurant Bayern.
If you are interested in exploring Sobetsu-cho, check out a volcano, such as Showashinzan.
Toya Sun Palace Resort and Spa puts the best of Sobetsu-cho at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
My family visited the area in search of a nice onsen with a view. We arrived just after 3pm and unfortunately were turned away as they said public use of onsens is only prior to 3pm. Can anyone else confirm this? We found a nice indoor/outdoor onsen down the road anyway.
Beautiful and Serene hotel with good amenities. Staff is friendly- Special mention for Jae Hyeong Jeong who helped in catering vegetarian food for us. Thanks for helping us have a wonderful experience. The hotel has beautiful view. Rooms are tidy and hotel offers a lot of activities for guests and kids. Check in could have been quicker and more easy though... They didnt allow for early check in by 1 hr even with kids and family which I feel is could have been easily accommodated. Otherwise friendly and helpful staff.
Enjoyed a nice summer night in this hotel, room had a nice view of the lake, onsen (hot spring waters) were great and the buffet was to die for. The hotel had a very nice fireworks show at night . There's also a very good souvenir shop in the lobby, be sure to check it out.
This is a huge hotel in a spectacular location. We were first shown rooms that were appalling. Old, dirty, tired and stank of smoke. We were then moved to recently upgraded rooms which were fine. Arrived in the morning in the rain and told that despite its size they don’t serve lunch! Not many options in the town either. No one at reception spoke even basic English. Obliged to have the dinner breakfast package. This is served in a huge dining hall as a buffet. Very uninspiring food. Also the hotel bar does not open till 830 pm so can’t get a drink before dinner. The onsen is magnificent with both indoor and outdoor baths overlooking the lake.
Stayed for two nights in July. The lobby, lake view and onsen was fantastic. However the room we were assigned was old and smelled of cigarette smoke - we booked a Japanese style room. The bathroom had a musty sewer smell. We found out later that they still allow smoking in these rooms. The air purifier that the hotel brought after we complained about the smell did not help much. Fir the second nigh we were switched to an upgraded room (but were charged an additional uograde fee). For people sensitive to cigarette smoke i would only recommend this resort if you get an updated room on a non-smoking floor. The breakfast and dinner were buffet style and the selections were excellent. The food choices were identical over the 2 days however.