Kohantei

Kohantei

7-8 Toyako-onsen, Toyako-cho, Abuta-gun 049-5721 Hokkaido
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3.5
#4 of 7 onsens in Toyako-cho
4.2 of 5 bubbles
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3.4 of 5 bubbles
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3.6 of 5 bubbles
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Kohantei is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Toyako-cho, offering a charming environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.

Close to some of Toyako-cho's most popular landmarks, such as Longevity Hand & Foot Bath (0.1 mi) and Hokkaido Toyako Summit Memorial Museum (0.4 mi), Kohantei is a great destination for tourists.

You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and you can stay connected during your stay as Kohantei offers guests free wifi.

The onsen hotel features 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and a gift shop. Plus, Kohantei offers a hot tub and free breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.

While in Toyako-cho, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Kohantei, including Meshidokoro Matsumaeya (0.2 mi), Wakasaimo Honpo Doya Lake Honten (0.5 mi), and Hydune (0.1 mi).

Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular monuments and statues, such as 100th Anniversary Toyako Onsen Monument and Okubo Jinnojo Monument.

Enjoy your stay in Toyako-cho!

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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Sauna
Hot bath
Free breakfast
Game room
Karaoke
Free shuttle or taxi services
Parking
Wifi
Bar / lounge
Restaurant
Breakfast buffet
Vending machine
Table tennis
Airport transportation
Shuttle bus service
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Spa
Hot spring bath
Massage
Open-air bath
Baggage storage
Concierge
Gift shop
Non-smoking hotel
Shops
24-hour front desk
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Air conditioning
Safe
Coffee / tea maker
Refrigerator
Flatscreen TV
Bath / shower
Hair dryer
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Non-smoking rooms
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Smoking rooms available
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4.0 of 5 stars
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Classic
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Japanese

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7-8 Toyako-onsen, Toyako-cho, Abuta-gun 049-5721 Hokkaido
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Matthew Scott wrote a review Jan 2019
Canberra, Australia
4.0 of 5 bubbles
This hotel has received a number of negative reviews which do not bear out with the experience my family and I had last week. We stayed two nights. The Kohantei is a need of a little renovation, but overall, it is very well presented, very clean with impeccable staff. The cost per night does appear expensive - approx. 30,000 Yen per night for a family of four, however this includes breakfast and dinner and bus transfer from and too Sapporo Station or the New Chitose Airport.

I will discuss each aspect of the Kohantei experience in detail.

Bus transfer. We departed from Sapporo Station at 1.30pm and arrived in Toyako at approximate 4.30pm. It should be noted that in the height of winter, the bus is often only travelling at 40kmh with maybe a max speed of 60kmh. It is a long trip but very picturesque. The driver stops for one comfort break as there is no toilet on the bus. The return trip departs the Hotel at 9.45 am and arrives at Sapporo Station at approximately 12.45pm.

Arrival.
Hokkaido gets dark early in the winter and Toyako is no exception. So 4.30pm means the whole resort town is in late dusk. The front desk staff were courteous and professional. Most members could speak English. The staff advised on meal times and hotel and town diversions.

The Room.
We had a 14 tatami mat room overlooking the mountains. If possible, opt for the lake view. It is glorious as the mountain view is more the view of the side of snow bound land feature. The room fittings were a little frayed but overall in good order. A bottle of cold water was in the fridge and tea and rice crackles were waiting on the main room table. Yukata robes for four were in the robe. Note - kids size and extra large yukata are available in the lobby. Also available in the lobby are the colourful summer girls yukata with silk obi and zori sandles. Yukata are worn throughout the hotel. You wear them to the Onsen, you wear them to dinner, you wear them in the lobby. You wear them to sleep. They are very comfortable. The heating in the hotel is sufficient that you can wear the cotton yukata without a jacket. After you return from dinner on your first night, you will find the hotel staff have laid out the futons for sleeping. The linen is clean, fresh and crisp. We found that the 14 mat room was very roomy for a family of four.

Onsen.
The 9th floor of the hotel is the onsen floor. There are two - one for males, the other for women. The onsens are switched so the guests get a chance to experience both types of bath as they are different. Both have epic views over the lake. One though has its outdoor section under cover with two large round baths and a stone lined Rotenburo (outdoor natural pond style bath). The other onsen has a big outdoor area that is completely open to the world. It has a big round bath and three bathroom type baths on a deck as well as the Rotenburo. When we were staying, this outdoor area was covered in snow. Very beautiful and an amazing experience sitting in the 47C onsen water with snow falling on your hair. Both onsens have indoor baths as well, with a huge plate glass window separating the bather from the world and the magnificent view. The onsen facilities are spotless.

Dining
The room fee includes breakfast and dinner in a buffet restaurant. Contrary to the other reviews, we found the buffet to have a good selection of various Japanese dishes including fresh sashimi. Breakfast had both Japanese and western options available. The food was fresh, well made and presented. The house miso soup was an outstanding prawn/shrimp made broth packed with flavor. Soft drink, hot and cold tea and coffee is available on the buffet. Beer, sake and shochu is available, however is a little on the expensive side by Japanese standards, with a chu-jockey coming in at 650 Yen. A 2000 Yen drink package is available for one hour.

Hotel facilities.
There is a shop that sells a very good array of local products as souvenirs as well as array of minor groceries including alcohol. Prices are very reasonable with 500ml cans of Sapporo Classic selling for 310 Yen. Drinks purchased from the shop can be drank in the hotel lobby. The hotel bar was closed during our stay. There is a games room with karaoke booths, pool and table tennis. These can be paid for at reception.

Hopefully readers will find this review helpful. My family and I thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Kohantei and would recommend it to anyone.
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Date of stay: January 2019
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Ask for a view of the lake
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agsman wrote a review Jul 2011
Bangkok, Thailand
+1
4.0 of 5 bubbles
There are many hotels by the side of Lake Toya . Kohantei is one of them. My wife and I was in Japanese Room with en-suite bathroom and on the lake side. The building showed quite sign of age but is well-maintained and very clean. Onsen (public bath) is located on 9th floor with the stunning lake view, and there is outdoor bath also.
Everything was good and we really love our time there. However, one thing that I'd like to point out is that the dinner and breakfast should have been better. It is buffet style and has variety and quantity, but lacks a bit in quality. May be because there are a lot of tour group staying and buffet may suit everyone taste.
There is no shuttle service from JR Toya Station and hotel, but you can board Donan Bus which departs every hour (approximately) and costs 320 yen. And get off at Motomachi bus stop, it's in front of the hotel. You can find timetable at http://www.donanbus.co.jp/bus2/toya_onsen/index.html
It's in Japanese, but you can use Google translate.
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Date of stay: July 2011
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Please make a reservation for room with the lake view. It's a lot better than mountain view.
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W_and_N wrote a review Aug 2010
Brighton, United Kingdom
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Only I can recommend this hotel is for the excellent view from the onsen (hot spring) at the top of the building. It's simply magnificent and you can forget about all the negative and old fashioned style about this hotel.
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Date of stay: September 2009
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Diviva wrote a review Apr 2017
Singapore, Singapore
+1
2.0 of 5 bubbles
I checked into the Japanese Style room in Kohan Tei. A common feature with Japanese style rooms in most hotels, the porch is the first thing I came across inside the 15㎡ Japanese Style Room in Kohan Tei. This is an area where shoes are to be removed before entering the room through another Japanese style door. The futons are kept in the cabinet on the left of the porch, while the bathroom is located on the right side from of the porch. There are no shoe ranks for us to put our shoes.

Passing through the Japanese style door, a small knee height table with 2 chairs are placed in the middle of the sleeping area. The wardrobe is built into the wall on the left after passing through the Japanese style door. The cabinet is rather small which can only hold up to 4 winter jackets. The yukatas are found in the wardrobe. To the right of the inner Japanese style door, the in-room safe sits in an open space in one corner of the room. The TV console is placed along the wall on the right side of the room with a old school dial in-room phone. There are only 4 power sockets in the entire room, 2 are located in the sleeping area, where one of which is used for the TV. There is another door separating the lounge area from the sleeping area.

The lounge area overlooks Lake Toya with the floor to ceiling glass door that opens into the small balcony. There are 2 arm chairs and a coffee table placed here. The in-room fridge is placed in the lounge area, behind one of the armchairs, along the wall on the right side of the room. The lounge area is a great place to relax in as it looks out into the beautiful Lake Toya. There are 2 more power outlets here, one of which is used for the fridge.

The bathroom in Kohan Tei very small and looks like it needed an updating. There are no washlet toilet bowl, just regular toilet bowl which is very cold to sit on in the cold winter. The sink is located next to the toilet bowl and the panel on the sink looks as if it is going to fall off any moment. The bathtub is next to the sink, where showering is to be done with the only shower head in the bathroom.

The gender separated onsen in the hotel is located on 9th floor. The onsen water come from the nearby hot spring around Lake Toya and has a mixture of Chloride Spring, Sulfate Spring and Hydrogen Carbonate Spring, effective for skin conditioning and cuts and burns. There are a total of 5 onsen pools, 2 of which are outdoor. All the onsen pools faces Lake Toya. The largest onsen pool is indoors. The outdoor onsen pools are placed in a balcony of some sort, which don't really feel outdoor to me.

Service was more negative than positive. As I arrived earlier than the check-in timing, the staff at the reception appeared irritated when seeing me at the reception trying to check if I can check-in. Without a smile and without checking, she stuck to the policy of checking-in at 2pm. When I checked with her regarding the nearby sights, she merely said she don't know. When asked if we can leave our luggage at the reception until we come back later, the staff at the reception told us to bring our luggage to the end of the counter and just leave it there. No one attempted to bring our luggage and store it securely. When returning some hours later, our luggage is still outside the reception counter. There is no attempt to help guests secure their luggage by the hotel.

There are staffs knocking on our door at around 6pm asking to set up the futons for us. As we were preparing to head out for dinner, we told the staff to give us 5 mins. Before we leave the room, we approached the staff to get him to help us set up the futons in our room. We got the signal from the staff that he will set it up later. However when we returned to our room later at night, our room was not ready for sleeping. Futons were not set up and everything was in its "day time mode". We called the reception, somehow the staff at the other end of the line did not seem to understand us. My friend and I headed to the reception and told the staff our situation. The staff left the reception and set up the futons for us, which was supposed to be set up some 3 hours ago. The next day after returning from our travels in Toyako Onsen, we were shocked that our futons were not put away, as though no one has came to make up our room. The futon was left at the room for the rest of our stay, signalling that no one bother to clean up our room.

The worst service I have gotten in Kohan Tei is the staff from China at the buffet hall. We were not made known that the meal coupons will be replaced the next day (the staff at the reception did not brief us about it), we surrendered one meal coupon. The staff from China shouted at us and told us there should be 2. When showed her both coupon and explained our assumptions, she shouted at us again and told us the coupons will be replaced the next day and told me to check my facts with the reception. Before we were granted entry into the buffet hall, she shouted at us again and told us to take off our shoes before entering. I raised this issue with the reception and wanted to speak to the duty manager of the hotel, but was told that there are no duty managers in the hotel. Instead she got the restaurant manager to speak to me, with another staff from China acting as translator. Before the manager came, the staff from China questioned me in a hostile manner why do I want to complain, but her attitude changed when the duty manager came.

The only good service I have gotten in the hotel are from the restaurant manager. When made known what had happened, she apologised profusely and instructed the reception to change the place we would dine for the rest of our stay immediately. The staff at the restaurant in B1 was amazing and welcoming. They were very friendly and greeted us as well as bid us farewell whenever we enter or leave the restaurant. The service in this restaurant is heaven and earth from that in the buffet hall.

The rooms in Kohan Tei are aging and the toilet is very dated and small. The sleep quality on the futon laden tatami floor is good, and the views from the room is excellent. Other than that the hotel is the worst I have been in Hokkaido. The service is horrid except for a handful of staffs, the futon were not set up at night and not kept away in the day. The onsen is rather small, despite boasting to have a roof top outdoor onsen, the outdoor onsens for males are merely placed in a balcony. I would avoid this hotel at all cost.
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Date of stay: February 2017
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: Don't bother coming here
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Expresso10 wrote a review Jun 2012
Singapore
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I googled for many choices of hotels at Lake Toya and finally decided to go for Kohan tei after reading reviews from trip advisor.

I booked from Japanican and the rate was very reasonable for a family of 4 (2 A 2 C) in a Japanese style room with breakfast (restaurant) and japanese style Dinner in the room. They prepared western style dinner ( really big portion) for my 2 children age 3 & 7 . My children were soooo happy especially my elder girl who was able to apppreciate much better. The hotel had even provided Yukata (japanese robe) for my 2 children for their respective age that fit them perfectly well. The chambermaid who was assigned to service our level was very good, she explained to us about the room and also explained the dinner course by course in Japanese when serve. Unfortunately we don't understand much about Japanese. However we roughly know what she was saying thru body languages. The front office personnel was not good with English as I was asking for a bicycle shop and I had a hard time explaining to the reception. Nevertheless I got a map from him and was able to rent the bicycle and we cycled around the lake and really had a good time.
The view is fantastic as it is right in front of the lake ( majority of the hotels are in front of the
Lake).
The fireworks was a bonus as it right in front of your room and the onsen was great as well. There are 4 onsen for the female (3 outdoor and 1 indoor).
I would want to come back for more.
the chamber maid who is also the person
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Date of stay: May 2012
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Mocchaccino wrote a review Oct 2018
Hong Kong, China
2.0 of 5 bubbles
I came here with my family along with a group of about 20 people staying at this hotel. The sceneries were breathe taking. The hot springs were just fine. Though I thought the one had a rooftop outdoor hot springs was much more comfortable. But they alternate the two for men and women at different times each day.

The horrible part goes to the food, especially the so called dinner buffet. The taste was awful. Tempura was made long ago and became soft. The apparent Korean fried chicken was mostly subcutaneous fats rather than meat. The ones that met the least bascis would be just about the coffee and chicken salad. Hilariously because the coffee was from the machine. How awful it can be. The restaurant itself was lack of fresh air. There apparently hadn't got enough ventilation. The windows werent open. Imagine how you could get to breathe when there were more than a hundred of guests sitting in the restaurant.

The second goes to the room. The room was small. The decor was plain simple yet very dated, so as the amenities. The bathroom was small and uncomfortable. I did my shower in the hot spring, never in my own bathroom.

This hotel is just less than a 3 star. Hotels beside this one seem to have better decor and amenities. Go somewhere else if you could. The sceneries are all beautiful around the lake.
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Date of stay: May 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from kohantei-info, 支配人 at Kohantei
Responded 10 Dec 2018
この度は洞爺湖畔亭にお越し頂きまして、誠にありがとうございます。 御宿泊の際は、当館自慢の大浴場にも御満足頂けたようで、大変嬉しく思います。 ただ、お食事につきまして頂きました御意見につきましては、真摯に受け止め、今後のサービス向上に努めて参ります。 貴重な御意見誠にありがとうございます。 お客様の又のお越しを従業員一同、心よりお待ちしております。 洞爺湖畔亭 従業員一同
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Batman0708 wrote a review Jun 2018
Kowloon, China
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Stay there at Feb ,Very Classical Japanese Style Hot Spring Hotel,
Location is great,Bus stop right in front of the hotel ,Also convenience store and some limited restaurant within walking distance.Room as expected size and view is stunning ,very comfortable.
Hotel Restaurant the dinner Buffett is credit ,Many choice of selection,as well as of the breakfast
Great to have firework during my stay,also love the Bingo Game at the lobby much.
Only one issue is the bathroom ,don’t know why have a strong smell from the ditch ,Raised up the issue and spend time to fix but not work..
Eventually able to change the room at late night ,but staff are helpful only a bit difficult to communication in Japanese.

Overall is very nice hotel and love it.
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Date of stay: February 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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hankyspanks wrote a review Jul 2016
Singapore, Singapore
3.0 of 5 bubbles
The hotel is right at the edge of the strip of waterfront property that looks onto Nakajima island and the lake. The view outside is breathtaking and it is very serene.

The lobby is huge and that is where you get the first impression that this hotel caters to large tour groups. The dining room on the 2nd floor is a similar large, cavernous area. If you are looking for a charming, quiet hotel, this is NOT it.

The rooms overlook the lake and are tatami style with futons. The toilet is amazingly - tiny. Save for the view, the room is really nothing to shout about.

We did not use the rooftop onsen as it was crowded when we were there.

If you are coming by train, take the bus from the station that terminates at Toyako Sunpalace. Kohantei is the stop just before Toyako Sunpalace.

There is a nice trail walk just outside the hotel; ask the reception about the yosomi-yama route
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Date of stay: July 2016
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: ask for rooms with a view over the lake.
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fransiscahoo wrote a review Apr 2014
Java, Indonesia
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Huge hotel. Big room. Clean. Awesome onsen indoor and outdoor. Near with bus station. Fantastic view in winter. Breakfast oke. Have convenient store inside. We choose traditional tatami, it was nice experience. Love love outdoor onsen will never forget. Really enjoy this hotel so much.
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Date of stay: February 2014
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
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TCML-HK wrote a review Jan 2014
Hong Kong
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed at Kohan Tei hotel just located at Toya Lake shore district. It is a good resort hotel for couples and family. Our room at high floor had an amazing lakeview, facing the famous Toya Lake. You must try many different kinds of onsen inside the hotel, which is really comfortable. There was a lot of variety of food at buffet dinner, and quality of food was average level.
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Date of stay: January 2014
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Must choose the room facing the Toya lake.
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J0e1982 asked a question Oct 2018
32 contributions6 helpful votes
Is toddler of 3yrs allow to go in the onsen?
Answer from Nitan2010
Bangkok, Thailand22 contributions26 helpful votes
Umm...not sure. Better to ask the hotel directly because it concerns the child's safety too.
Answer from 450edwinn
Singapore, Singapore28 contributions2 helpful votes
Definitely it comes with a cosy yet adequate bathroom. However the onsen is too good to give it a miss daily.
Answer from Priscilla Tjitra
Singapore, Singapore267 contributions31 helpful votes
I stayed in the lake view room. In the morning, the lake mirror the mountain and blue sky. Incredible view, and highly recommended. At night, you can see the daily fireworks from the balcony. Or you can also go to the lakeside to enjoy the fireworks. From the corridor into the onsen place, there was a big window overlooking to mountain. The mountain view was also nice... Message me, i can send you the photo.
Answer from Peter Y
Melbourne, Australia6 contributions1 helpful vote
We stay in Hotel Kohantei so shuttle bus from and to Sapporo is included but not to the Chitose airport. You have to book the shuttle bus before hand. Instead of sending email request, ring direct to the hotel and book. If you go by JR, you have to pay a good sum and you still have to catch the bus to go to the hotel (bus service infrequent). The meeting area in Sapporo station is at the North Exit but there are more than 1 door and you have to be on left hand side of Douter Cafe to see the shuttle bus staff. We almost miss them because we stay watch at the wrong door. The Onsen in Kohantel is excellent as there is an outdoor section looking into the view. No need to be embarrassed for nudity as everybody is equal. I was in the changeroom and woman cleaner comes in among all the nude men. Nudity in onsen is ordinary in Japan. The lake is pretty but trekking around the lake passes through narrow footpath where big truck is driving all the time, so extra care needed.
Answer from hankyspanks
Singapore, Singapore86 contributions131 helpful votes
hey mei ying, from the kohantei website: take a local bus for higashi-machi-sun palace via toyako onsen. get off at moto-machi. from our experience: the bus stop is just outside JR Toya station; exit and turn right, bus stop is 20m away. it will be cold, so no point everyone waiting outside. just tell the bus driver where you are going; they understand. anyway, the hotel is the 2nd last stop :)
BartChua wrote a tip 16 Jul
Sydney, Australia54 contributions10 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
"Book somewhere else"
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Andy wrote a tip Jun 2019
4 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"maybe for an ocean view it would be worth it but the mountain view was dirty"
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Matthew Scott wrote a tip Jan 2019
Canberra, Australia70 contributions67 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Ask for a view of the lake"
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William W wrote a tip Jul 2018
Singapore177 contributions56 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Must request for lake view room if you are going to this hotel."
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EC_CYH24 wrote a tip Oct 2017
Singapore, Singapore21 contributions8 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Lake View Room has an awesome view to enjoy the fireworks."
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PRICE RANGE
S$204 - S$308 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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LOCATION
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NUMBER OF ROOMS
205
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Frequently Asked Questions about Kohantei
Which popular attractions are close to Kohantei?
Nearby attractions include Toyako Gurutto Chokoku Park (0.3 km), 100th Anniversary Toyako Onsen Monument (0.4 km), and Longevity Hand & Foot Bath (0.1 km).
What are some restaurants close to Kohantei?
Conveniently located restaurants include Hydune, Restaurant & Flower Karzz, and Meshidokoro Matsumaeya.
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Many travellers enjoy visiting Former Mitobe House (11.0 km) and Geihinkan (11.0 km).
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