Tennen Onsen Toyama Tsurugi no Yu Onyado Nono is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Toyama, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Toyama, Tennen Onsen Toyama Tsurugi no Yu Onyado Nono is located a short distance from Toyama Catholic Church (0.2 mi) and Toyama Prefectural Government Building (0.4 mi).
As your “home away from home,” the onsen hotel rooms offer air conditioning and a refrigerator, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to 24 hour front desk and baggage storage while staying at Tennen Onsen Toyama Tsurugi no Yu Onyado Nono. In addition, Tennen Onsen Toyama Tsurugi no Yu Onyado Nono offers a sauna and breakfast, which will help make your Toyama trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is paid public parking available nearby.
Toyama has plenty of Italian restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like La Locanda del Pittore Kansui Koen, Symposium Cucina Italiana, and Himawari Shokudo, which are serving up some great dishes.
Should time allow, Toyama Glass Art Museum, Toyama Castle, and Toyama City Office View Tower are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Enjoy your stay in Toyama!
Very nice hotel in the very center. Good quality sleep and nice hot-spring Rooms and lobby are Japanese style, but very modern. Very clean and comfortable and walking distance to many places in Toyama city. Parking nearby, not free.
It's part of the Dormy Inn / Kyoritsu Hotel group, but being the premium range, it really does deliver exceptional service and value. Overall, very satisfied with the hotel, and cannot believe the service/meals on offer for the price of a night's stay in a hotel - would like to seek their premium hotels going forward every time after staying here once. Rooms are like business hotels, practical, efficient, and well equipped - slightly on the smaller side, however, considering that it's an inner-city hotel, you do not come here to spend any time in the room. The corridors are 'Ryukyu' tatami mats - not the standard affair but really expensive version, and hence the staff at the hotel do strongly request that guests take their shoes off and if luggages are on wheels, not to roll them around with dirt. Highlights were the indoor/outdoor hot spring baths (included free access/multiple times) & buffet breakfast (better quality and choice than an average restaurant), plus after dinner snack in the form of ramen noodles (included as well). If you're visiting Toyama as a tourist, you couldn't do better than staying here. It's unbeatable!…
When you check in, you need to take off your shoes, you walk in slipper throughout the whole hotel. I guess most hotels in this area is similar. U can have hotsprings in your room with a small bath tub or go to the public one. I enjoy the semi outdoor where you soaked in a hot bath in a cold weather. The quality of spring water is pretty good, you feel your skin very smooth afterwards. Every night, it has free ramen for free, they cook this one by one. It’s delicious even though there’s nothing in it. The place is three stations away from road. Quite convenient. The only drawbacks is that I’m on 5th floor and can hear the traffic light signal for the blind. I thought it would disturb my sleep but it did not
This is a more upscale version of the popular Dormy Hotel chain, with better, traditional finishings such as tatami mats throughout, larger rooms with a bath and a larger breakfast selection. It offers comfortable public baths. But in our opinion it may not be worth the additional premium over a regular Dormy (be on the lookout for discounts snd specials).
The entire hotel is with tatami flooring so you have to take off your shoes and keep them in the lockers in the hotel lobby before you enter. Guests are given complementary access to the hotspring in level 2 and also complementary ramen between 9.30pm-11pm. The hotspring is also pumped into the bathroom of every room so you can enjoy hotspring bath in the privacy of your own room. The hotel also serves an excellent breakfast buffet spread that has a mix of Japanese and Western selections.