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Comfortable room and nice spa. It offers a lovely scenic view of the mountain and lake. Big dining room, huge breakfast and bounteous dinner buffet. Food is good and staff is very friendly, the entire staff greets you when you arrive and bids you farewell....More
A Resort Hotel with a very beautiful mountain and lake view. Today is April 3rd and the snow is still thick so that half of the lake is still frozen. It's like a Christmas on April...Apparently Shirakaba is a Resort area whereby lots of local...More
If you arrive before 2.30 p.m., you can check-in but you won't get the key to your room until 2.30 p.m. They can hold your luggage till then. If you are staying for more than a day, ask for the complimentary Kaiseki dinner. Its a...More
This hotel is located approximately 2 and a half drive from Tokyo
The hotel is old but surrounded by green trees facing the lake
The hotel staff are efficient and courteous
There are two wings and the outlay is somewhat confusing
One has to catch...More
This lakeside resort is about a 3-hour drive from Tokyo and judging by the outside and the lobby, this hotel is old, very very old. Despite that, the room we stayed in was clean and the buffet offerings for breakfast and dinner were of amazing...More
US$150 - US$549 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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When we were there, the last day for ski activities was 22nd March 2017. But there was still snow all over. However, the amusement park was not opened. So depending on what you like you might want to go between Jan and early... More
When we were there, the last day for ski activities was 22nd March 2017. But there was still snow all over. However, the amusement park was not opened. So depending on what you like you might want to go between Jan and early March for winter activities or from late April to Aug for spring and Summer activities.
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"is better to purchase a package coz they included transportation, accommodation and meals"