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We spent one night here. The hotel is located just outside Rausu. Very close by is a wonderful free outside onsen. Highly recommended to visit when you stay at this hotel. The rooms are nice and clean. The onsen is nice. Dinner and breakfast were...More
This is not a glamorous hotel but provides a very comfortable stay in a spot where other hotels are being demolished nearby. It was unclear why a number of buildings were being demolished locally but many areas on the local roadways were under repair due...More
stayed at this hotel one night in October and enjoyed our stay. The room, especially the bathroom, are smaller than other hotels we've stayed in but the lady at the front desk was friendly and helpful. Really enjoyed the kaiseki dinner. i don't eat raw...More
I'd spent several nights in big onsen mass tourism hotels during my tour of Hokkaido.This place is the antidote. Nic big tatami mat room with lots of amenities, and wifi and TV, even in the middle of nowehere. Truly fantastic onsen - no frills but...More
Oh how I wish we had stayed here more than one night! The hotel, whilst not overly luxurious, was extremely pleasant and comfortable - particularly as a we had hardly slept the night before whilst photographing owls and had been up early for a boat...More
US$89 - US$222 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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This isn't this hotel''s websitR but we stayed here and yes we had a non-smoking room. Smoking is rarely seen in Japan anyway so you will almost certainly get a smoke-free room. Hope this reassures you. Mike
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