Welcome to Toya Kanko Hotel, your Toyako-cho “home away from home.” Toya Kanko Hotel aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Close to some of Toyako-cho's most popular landmarks, such as Hokkaido Toyako Summit Memorial Museum (0.2 mi) and Longevity Hand & Foot Bath (0.2 mi), Toya Kanko Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
Toya Kanko Hotel offers guests an array of room amenities including a refrigerator and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free internet access is available.
The onsen hotel offers a concierge, room service, and shops, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a hot tub and an on-site restaurant. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
If you’re looking for an Asian restaurant, consider a visit to Sobakura, Ippontei, or Demekin Shokudo, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Toya Kanko Hotel.
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular parks, such as Mt. Usu Funka Memorial Park, Toyako Gurutto Chokoku Park, and Ukimido Park.
Toya Kanko Hotel puts the best of Toyako-cho at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Checked in for a one night stay. Tatami room was not very spacious for the 4 of us. The bathroom was small and compact. The onsen was very basic with 2 or 3 pools. No temperature indicator at the onsen. However, the scenery from our room was excellent. We could see the whole lake and even the Lake Toya 'Mount Fuji'. Breakfast items are adequate and quite delicious. Overall, it was a comfortable stay.
This is a big hotel, located only few steps from the lake. The location is great we could see the summer firework from the hotel The room had a good lake view but a bit small for 5 people not so clean and even it was a non-smoking room still could smell the smoke along the hallway from other rooms. Japanese style dinner provided variety of food, the quality and taste was ok, the breakfast was great. The restaurant staffs were nice. There are variety and big onsens in the hotel 2 for men and 2 for women located in different floors. Nice place to spend with family, reasonable price, tax free shop at the hotel lobby and minimart opposite the hotel.
The staff at this hotel are very helpful even thou they have limited English. When booking we asked to be picked up at the train station by the hotel shuttle and this did not happen. We caught the local bus to the hotel and there is a bus stop right outside. We did book and use the hotel shuttle back to the train station and the driver was very helpful. There are numerous cafes at the back of the hotel but not all of them were open each night. The fireworks on the lake were a highlight as well as the walking path around the lake.
Hotel provides free shuttle bus from Toya JR station to hotel. Do send email to them to secure the timing in advance . The hotel is about 20 min distance from JR station. Saves the trouble of finding ur own transport to the hotel if you don’t drive. The hotel also provides shuttle bus back to JR station. Room is average with big window with lake view . Waiting for the night field fire work. Room is old dated , abit worn off, but to us is ok . Dinner is good too . We ordered a family private Osen at 3000 yen.
This is a 2-star Japanese-style onsen (hot spring) hotel right on Lake Toya with stunning views of the lake, its volcanic hill-island in the middle and snow-capped mountains beyond. The hotel offers a range of accommodation including dorm-style and family rooms with shared bathrooms. The main attraction is the onsen or public baths within the hotel supplied by the natural hot springs in the area - alas, we did not venture into that since we were not sure of the protocol and there was nobody to explain. However, everybody else in the hotel was walking around in their bath kimonos so I guess they used the hotel to its maximum value. We had booked a lake view room with proper beds (not tatami on the floor) which also had an area for floor seating and additional futons, so the room was reasonably large. There was a compact but fully functional bathroom attached (like on a cruise ship!). While the room was comfortable the lobby looked like a shabby old-style shopping centre while the corridors were long and gloomy. Set dinner consisting multiple plates and an elaborate buffet breakfast were included in the tariff which were quite varied and delicious .…