See why so many travellers make Nikko Station Hotel II their inn of choice when visiting Nikko. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Close to some of Nikko's most popular landmarks, such as Nikko Tosho-gu (1.3 mi) and Yomeimon (Main Gate) (1.4 mi), Nikko Station Hotel II is a great destination for tourists.
Guest rooms offer air conditioning, and Nikko Station Hotel II makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the inn, including newspaper and baggage storage.
While in Nikko be sure to experience local tempura favourites at Kikyo.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular gardens such as Shoyoen, Nikko Botanical Garden, and Nikko Hanaichimonme.
At Nikko Station Hotel II, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Nikko.
My wife and I booked the Nikko Station Hotel II for April 13 - 15 as a non refundable reservation. This week, the US State Dept issued a Level 4 warning for all US citizens to avoid international travel due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In spite of their normal policy, the Nikko Station Hotel II made an exception due to the COVID-19 pandemic and issued a full refund. We will reschedule our trip to Japan after the pandemic passes and WILL DEFINITELY rebook at the Nikko Station Hotel II, as they have shown excellent customer service in a difficult time!
This hotel is in a very good location and is very affordable. The staff are polite. The room is very adequate. There are also affordable lockers. Note that there aren’t the little extras you’d expect from a higher star or more expensive hotel. Breakfast is basic and unchanging from day to day. There are no coffee and tea amenities in the room - you need to get your cup and other tea things from the foyer. Check in is precisely after 3 pm - don’t expect staff to waver on this. But they’ll look after your luggage if you arrive early. My main gripe is the airconditioning does rumble on so. Even if you turn your own room’s ac off - you hear the adjacent units. That’s a bit of a deal breaker for me.
I booked this hotel as Nikko was my first stop in Japan and I wanted somewhere close to the station to save lugging my suitcase across the town. The location was great, it wasn't too far from the train station, and there was a large supermarket close by, as pointed out by another reviewer. The room was a decent size, don't expect large rooms in Japan, and the bathroom was fine.Some people have remarked that it's a plastic bathroom but that's just the way it is in Japan. There was a kettle in the room, not stated on their website, and also a bathrobe. I had a comfortable rest from my long haul flight. The breakfast was great. There was a vegetable curry and rice, corn soup, salad, omelette, french toast, cereal and bread. It was around 20 mins walk to the Japanese bridge and to the foot of the hill where Toshugu is located. Unfortunately I didn't get to explore the other sites as it was raining heavily but I'd definitely return to the hotel if I was ever visiting Nikko again.…
stayed at this hotel during my visit to nikko. very near to train station and restaurants and walking distance to the nikko heritage shrine. room. very very and tidy though small. Will return again.. the breakfast was simple and healthy
Stayed here for a 3 days 2 nights stay at Nikko and felt that the hotel was worth the stay. It’s located within walking distance from the train station and bus station, making it very convenient to travel to the tourist attractions in Nikko. The room itself was very clean and big as well. The hotel also comes with breakfast, making it very easily throughout the stay in Nikko as there aren’t that many restaurant or cafe around the area. Another option was to buy bread or buns from a nearby supermarket. The hotel staff were also very friendly and helpful throughout the stay as well. Definitely worth staying again in the future.