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Reviewed 5 May 2017 via mobile

I have planned my above itinerary into 3 parts so that it is less tiring for a single lady to go through the entire Alpine route. Starting my trip from Tokyo to Toyama, I then took another local train via dentesu-toyama & did a stopover at Tateyama. Upon reaching Tateyama station, most people will continue their Alpine route journey via the cable car, for those of you who intend to plan stopovers like me, you will need to contact the hotel for personal pickup from the station. The hotel is approximately 10mins away from Tateyama station. The hotel has an indoor onsen with a view. Also remember to book your hotel that comes with dinner & breakfast as the hotel does not have neighborhood restaurants nor stores. Overall it's a quiet environment, my room is so big that I think it can take up to 4-6 pax. The hotel does offer shuttle bus service to Tateyama station in the morning which you can take to continue your Alpine route journey.

Stayed: May 2017, travelled solo
Thank Tjoo146
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Reviewed 21 June 2016

I visited Tateyama last week for the Tateyama-Kurobe Apline Route to taste some summer snow. My party of five landed at Chubu International Airport at 3:40 pm and collected our rental car ready to set off to Tateyama Kokusai Hotel by 4:30 pm. Our plan was to drive direct to the Hotel on the same day so that we can set off early for the Route in the early morning on the next day. The journey from Chubu Airport to Tateyama was about 310 km and i expected to arrive at the Hotel by around 8:15 pm. Knowing that onsen hotel, which Kokusai is one of the more modern one, served dinner early, I gave early notice to the Hotel of our late arrival and enquired if they could arrange to serve dinner for our party at 8:45 pm. As we took a brief stop at one of the service stations to answer the call of nature, we only arrived at the Hotel at 8:50 pm. This was not helped that there was rain in the latter part of the car journey. A hotel staff was waiting for us at the front entrance when we pulled our vehicle up. He quickly escorted us up to the front desk to complete q quick check in. We were then told that dinner was waiting for us at the restaurant. When we walked to our table, we were the only guests and our table was already laid out with food, japanese style. Mind you, they were all steamng hot. Our party was truly pleased to be confronted with such reception. I believe the hotel staff, especially the restaurant staff worked over time to accommodate the late arrival of our party. As for the hotel itself, it is sizeable and meet every criteria of a quality Japanese hotel, clean and well-appointed. Our twin-bed room is big, in particular, having added an extra bed for my aged mother, we still have room to move around with a long sofa in the room. The bathroom is of typical Japanese size, namely, small but it serves the purpose. The hotel also offers free wi-fi. I did not have a chance to go to see the onsen, which is on the 2/F of the hotel. For hotel guests, the onsen is opened until midnight and reopens at 5 am on the next day. For breakfast, it was in buffet style, mixing Japanese cusisine with western choices. The location of the hotel is most convenient for access to the Tateyama Train Station, which is less than 10 min away in the car. I was also told that the Hotel provides shuttle to ferry guests to the Station free. All in all, this is a lovely hotel set in beautiful country side and which provides you with all modern utilties. Last but not least, they provide Japanese hospitality as one would expect. I have no hesitation in recommending this hotel.

Room Tip: I believe most if not all of the rooms have the same magnificent mountain view, just opposite the front entrance of the Hotel.
  • Stayed: June 2016, travelled with family
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Thank Hongkonglawyer
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ben_chan富山, マネージャー at Tateyama Kokusai Hotel, responded to this reviewResponded 23 June 2016

Thank you for the stay at Tateyama Kokusai Hotel.
We are pleased that our service met your expectation.
We hope to see you again.
Next time, please try our onsen which has beautifying and moisturizing effects on the skin.

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Reviewed 20 May 2015

http://www.tatekoku.com.e.aafx.hpf.transer.com/guestroom/#plan01
Stayed for one night on 14 May 2015 with a group of 26 people.
The hotel is large and comprised of main and annex buildings. Hotel staff were friendly and nice. We were given hotel map and guidance in English.

We had bento-set dinner in the Shiki Restaurant -- delicious soup and sweets! Breakfast was served in the same restaurant with Japanese and Western buffet menu available. Breakfast available from 5.30 to 9 a.m.

Our room (number 359 - Western-style twin room in the corner with balcony facing the mountain and the road, 26 square meter) is located in the Annex building with quite a long corridor walk from the lobby, but actually the lift is not far from the restaurant. Room was clean, good lightning to read, small and low ceiling bathroom -- small bathup . No heater in the room, so we just turned-off the AC when it gets too cold. Extra blanket is available in the cabinet. Free WiFi in the room, quite fast and stable. Room was quiet, nice mountain view in the morning. However, we can hear the noise from the car passing by on the road. Higher floor would have been nicer.

Lift in the Annex building was small, hotel shop was small. Overall, I enjoyed my stay in this hotel before going to the Alpine Route. The hotel is located near the Tateyama Train Station (about 7 minutes drive).

  • Stayed: May 2015, travelled with friends
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Thank HoneynLemon
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Reviewed 5 November 2014 via mobile

Overall the hotel gives a feeling of outdated.  The sofa in the room is dirty and torn. The carpet looks dirty too. The staff are cool without smile. One of the Front Desk staff is pretty helpful though we don't feel warm welcomed by others. The dinner is fine, much better than the breakfast. The onsen is average and acceptable. The hotel should be chosen only if you are heading to Tateyama-Kurobe or nearby ski site otherwise there is nothing to see or eat nearby. They offer regular free shuttle to Tateyama Station, and flexible return. Front desk called us at 10:55am pushing to check out (check out time 11am).  We were leaving the room when we received the call.  I don't understand why they need to do so. It ruined the entire stay and left us very bad impression.

Stayed: October 2014, travelled as a couple
Thank ConyBrownBrown
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Reviewed 16 August 2018
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  • Stayed: August 2018, travelled with family
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