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Casual Euro

1550-38 Tokorono, Nikko 321-1421 Tochigi Prefecture
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#9 of 107 B&Bs / Inns in Nikko
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Hot spring bath
Baggage storage
Breakfast buffet
Vending machine
Non-smoking hotel
Shared bathroom
Shared lounge / TV area
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Air conditioning
Flatscreen TV
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MJonesPE wrote a review Jun 2018
Kawasaki, Japan134 contributions92 helpful votes
Stayed one night in May while motor cycling touring. Hotel was nice, the lure was the outdoor porch hot water spring tub. Very nice. Room was fine, bed was a bit soft for my liking but the tub made up for it. The restaurant was buffet. WiFi was solid for those that need it. You really need a vehicle to get here though. Very quiet. Good stop for night.
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Date of stay: May 2018Trip type: Travelled solo
Room Tip: The tub on porch is unique
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Tomakee wrote a review Nov 2017
Chiba, Japan217 contributions29 helpful votes
I went here to watch color leaves, and Japanese traditional temples, shrines, etc. at about end of October, 2017. This hotel has a private hotspring, and they said that every bathroom is available to use hotspring water. When you ask hotel staff, they will explain how it works including a private hotspring. I saw some foreigners, but i am not sure hotel staffs' English skills. Every meal was a buffet style, even though everybody could enjoy, especially crabs at night buffet. It was hard to remove shells, but it was really tasty. If you plan to trip here, i recommend to rent a car nearby Nikko Station. There is local bus, but it's bad weather sometimes at October in Japan. I rented a car and travel with Google Map Navigation, it was so smooth and convenient.
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Date of stay: May 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: best buffet, color leaves, private hotspring
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LDWG wrote a review Nov 2016
Keene, New Hampshire261 contributions77 helpful votes
We were running out of time and options for hotels in Nikko, so took this quirky place, intrigued by the "open-air bath" concept. What this means: both the shower and a wooden tub are on the balcony. This meant pulling a shower curtain across the balcony rail for privacy and warmth while showering (it was about 40F outdoors). No view from our balcony other than some other building in the woods. The first night was very bad as the room was very hot and we left the balcony door open for air, only to find that we were above some part of heating or power plant that smelled like a truck stop, filled the room with diesel fumes and exhaust. Fortunately, the wind shifted and we did not have this problem the second night. Beds were not too bad. There was a mix-up on whether we had paid for our breakfast with our reservation (we had). Breakfast buffet was OK; many guests seemed to view it as their main meal of the day so a bit of a feeding frenzy. There is hotel shuttle service to the town but the first trip was far too late for us to use to get to our departing train, but the taxi fare isn't bad if you have to go that way, and the desk kindly called one for us.
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Date of stay: October 2016
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Avoid low numbers (like 201), and try for upper floors
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Shikataganai73 wrote a review Jul 2016
Guam, Mariana Islands1022 contributions129 helpful votes
This hotel was quiet, clean and serene. There is a private onsen on the balcony of your room which can be covered with a curtain or open to enjoy the air. On to the side is the shower, if you prefer. The wooden onsen can be quickly filled with a combination of warm natural onsen water and hot tap water. Sometimes the humidity and wet carpet can make the room smell muggy or moldy. However, the balcony door could be left open and airconditioning on to refresh the air and dry out the carpet entrance by the onsen. The dinner buffet had an assortment of European, Chinese and Japanese food and seasonal fruit. I would recommend the mochi and daifuku, so soft and tasty!
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Date of stay: July 2016Trip type: Travelled with family
quoodel wrote a review Jul 2013
Pearl City, Hawaii61 contributions55 helpful votes
My husband and I stayed at Casual Euro while exploring Nikko and felt it was a good value. It is away from the busy and noisy town, but easy to get to the temples by car. Our room was small and simple, with a western style bed, a small couch, refrigerator, small TV, toilet and sink. The shower is outdoors on the balcony. Since we were there during the spring, it was fine showering outside, and a pull down curtain ensured privacy. Not sure how comfortable it would be showering outside in the winter though. The balcony also had a small private outdoor wooden onsen tub. It was nice soaking in the tub after a day of sightseeing, even though there's not much of a view from the tub (we had to pull down the curtain for privacy). The hotel also has a woman's and men's larger onsens and free access to another public onsen nearby. We didn't have their buffet dinner, but we did have their buffet breakfast and really enjoyed it. They offered a wide selection of Japanese and western foods, making it easy to satisfy both my husband and my different and picky tastes. I'm a vegetarian, and particularly appreciated the wide selection of non-meat items, in addition to the many meat items. Nearby the elevators was a modern european stylish lounge that had photo books and magazines that we enjoyed flipping through while we sipped tea from the dispenser. The hotel front desk also offered us great discount deals for the Tobu World Square and the Edo Wonderland which were on our trip itinerary. Helped to pay for the cost of the hotel! Overall, we enjoyed and were happy with our stay at Casual Euro and would stay there again, although perhaps not during the winter.
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Date of stay: June 2013
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
US$123 - US$189 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
JapanKantoTochigi PrefectureNikkoKinugawa Onsen / Nikko Onsen
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Frequently Asked Questions about Casual Euro
Which popular attractions are close to Casual Euro?
Nearby attractions include Nikko Base (1.2 km), Kousyuuya (1.2 km), and Fujiya YUBA (1.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Casual Euro?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and free parking.
Which room amenities are available at Casual Euro?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Casual Euro?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Casual Euro?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Casual Euro?
Conveniently located restaurants include Shiori, Gyoza-No Umechan, and Yakimen Akinoya.
Are there any historical sites close to Casual Euro?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Taiyuimbyo Shrine (2.1 km), Yomeimon (Main Gate) (1.7 km), and Nikko Futarasan Shrine (1.9 km).