Spa Hotels in Asahikawa

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Spa Hotels in Asahikawa

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Asahikawa Takasago Onsen, hotel in Asahikawa
Ryokan
A Ryokan is a traditional Japanese accommodation which typically features ‘futon’ (folding mattresses) on ‘tatami’ (straw mat) floors. Many Ryokan are known for their public baths (typically "Onsen" hot springs) and their traditional cuisine. 24/7 front desk service is not guaranteed for this accommodation type.

5. Asahikawa Takasago Onsen

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Tatsunoyu Onsen, hotel in Asahikawa
Ryokan
A Ryokan is a traditional Japanese accommodation which typically features ‘futon’ (folding mattresses) on ‘tatami’ (straw mat) floors. Many Ryokan are known for their public baths (typically "Onsen" hot springs) and their traditional cuisine. 24/7 front desk service is not guaranteed for this accommodation type.

7. Tatsunoyu Onsen

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Oyado Matsueda, hotel in Asahikawa
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#8 Best Value of 8 Spa Hotels in Asahikawa

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Ryokan
A Ryokan is a traditional Japanese accommodation which typically features ‘futon’ (folding mattresses) on ‘tatami’ (straw mat) floors. Many Ryokan are known for their public baths (typically "Onsen" hot springs) and their traditional cuisine. 24/7 front desk service is not guaranteed for this accommodation type.

Ryounkaku Natural Onsen (Tokachidake)

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Ryokan
A Ryokan is a traditional Japanese accommodation which typically features ‘futon’ (folding mattresses) on ‘tatami’ (straw mat) floors. Many Ryokan are known for their public baths (typically "Onsen" hot springs) and their traditional cuisine. 24/7 front desk service is not guaranteed for this accommodation type.

Morinoyu Hotel Hanakagura

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Ryokan
A Ryokan is a traditional Japanese accommodation which typically features ‘futon’ (folding mattresses) on ‘tatami’ (straw mat) floors. Many Ryokan are known for their public baths (typically "Onsen" hot springs) and their traditional cuisine. 24/7 front desk service is not guaranteed for this accommodation type.

Ashibetsu Onsen Starlight Hotel

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Ryokan
A Ryokan is a traditional Japanese accommodation which typically features ‘futon’ (folding mattresses) on ‘tatami’ (straw mat) floors. Many Ryokan are known for their public baths (typically "Onsen" hot springs) and their traditional cuisine. 24/7 front desk service is not guaranteed for this accommodation type.

Sounkyo Kankou Hotel

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Ryokan
A Ryokan is a traditional Japanese accommodation which typically features ‘futon’ (folding mattresses) on ‘tatami’ (straw mat) floors. Many Ryokan are known for their public baths (typically "Onsen" hot springs) and their traditional cuisine. 24/7 front desk service is not guaranteed for this accommodation type.

Ginsenkaku

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Ryokan
A Ryokan is a traditional Japanese accommodation which typically features ‘futon’ (folding mattresses) on ‘tatami’ (straw mat) floors. Many Ryokan are known for their public baths (typically "Onsen" hot springs) and their traditional cuisine. 24/7 front desk service is not guaranteed for this accommodation type.

Taiko no Yu Spa Resort Hotel Taiko Bettei Hatago

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36.8 km from Asahikawa
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78.1 km from Asahikawa
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Frequently Asked Questions about spa hotels

Some of the more popular spa hotels near Asahiyama Zoo include:
Hotel WBF Grande Asahikawa - Traveller rating: 4.5/5
OMO7 Asahikawa by Hoshino Resorts - Traveller rating: 4/5

These spa hotels are close to Asahikawa Airport:
Hotel WBF Grande Asahikawa - Traveller rating: 4.5/5
OMO7 Asahikawa by Hoshino Resorts - Traveller rating: 4/5

Some of the best spa hotels in Asahikawa are:
Hotel WBF Grande Asahikawa - Traveller rating: 4.5/5
OMO7 Asahikawa by Hoshino Resorts - Traveller rating: 4/5

These spa hotels in Asahikawa have great views and are well-liked by travellers:
OMO7 Asahikawa by Hoshino Resorts - Traveller rating: 4/5

Families travelling in Asahikawa enjoyed their stay at the following spa hotels:
Hotel WBF Grande Asahikawa - Traveller rating: 4.5/5
Premier Hotel CABIN Asahikawa - Traveller rating: 3.5/5

These 3 star hotels received great reviews from other travellers:
Hotel WBF Grande Asahikawa - Traveller rating: 4.5/5
OMO7 Asahikawa by Hoshino Resorts - Traveller rating: 4/5

Kids enjoy a variety of activities at these spa hotels in Asahikawa:
Hotel WBF Grande Asahikawa - Traveller rating: 4.5/5

A sauna is available for guests to use at the following spa hotels in Asahikawa:
Hotel WBF Grande Asahikawa - Traveller rating: 4.5/5
OMO7 Asahikawa by Hoshino Resorts - Traveller rating: 4/5

Here are some popular spa hotels in Asahikawa that offer air conditioning:
Hotel WBF Grande Asahikawa - Traveller rating: 4.5/5
Premier Hotel CABIN Asahikawa - Traveller rating: 3.5/5

Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant at these spa hotels in Asahikawa:
Hotel WBF Grande Asahikawa - Traveller rating: 4.5/5
OMO7 Asahikawa by Hoshino Resorts - Traveller rating: 4/5
Premier Hotel CABIN Asahikawa - Traveller rating: 3.5/5

A family room is available at the following spa hotels in Asahikawa:
Hotel WBF Grande Asahikawa - Traveller rating: 4.5/5
OMO7 Asahikawa by Hoshino Resorts - Traveller rating: 4/5

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