Finding an ideal hotel in Higashiizu-cho does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hokkawa Onsen Hotel, a nice option for travelers like you.
While staying at Hokkawa Onsen Hotel, visitors can check out Marutetsuen (1.4 mi) and Hinokuchien (1.6 mi), some of Higashiizu-cho's top attractions.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer air conditioning, a refrigerator, and a desk, and you can stay connected during your stay as Hokkawa Onsen Hotel offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features shops, a gift shop, and a coffee shop. Plus, Hokkawa Onsen Hotel offers an on-site restaurant, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Omoni, Soba-dokoro Masumi, and Yagura, which are some Asian restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you are interested in exploring Higashiizu-cho, check out one of the gardens, such as Atagawa Tropical & Alligator Garden, Atagawa Bananawani Garden Bunen, and Atagawa Herb Terrace.
Hokkawa Onsen Hotel looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Higashiizu-cho.
Situated between 2 rail stations, getting to the hotel requires driving or taking a cab. Free public parking slots available outside hotel but no guarantee of getting one upon arrival. Check-in on ground floor which is not on road level but requires climbing about 10 steps. No escalator nor lift available. Unfortunately there was no attempt by any hotel staff to help carry the luggage up the stairs! The hotel is definitely not suitable for the handicapped or the weak. Traditional Japanese and guests are mostly Japanese. In general hotel and room both look rather tired and will benefit from some maintenance. Fortunately straw floor mats in our room seem new. There is no private spa in the hotel and only 2 rooms on the top floor has a in-room spa on the balcony. All rooms have open ocean view for sunrise - the main selling point; but we did not see any due to poor weather. The open air public spa on the top floor has running hot spring water but it feels more like a regular hotel pool and not much flare for an onsan. The beach onsan which the hotel advertised to have access was closed due to typhoon flooding earlier. The Japanese dinner is nice and much better than expected. Service in the dinning room are very good but just so-so at the reception. It is not expensive but you get what you pay for. …
We stayed at the top floor of main building. There are only two rooms each floor and only the top floor provide private hot spring in its balconies. The view from the rooms is such photogenic that you are simply stunned. The hotel itself shows some ageing effects here and there and there is not so much stuff to do. So the main focus is hot spring and foods. There is also onsen on the beach that hotel guests have free access. It's worth while waking up early and enjoy sunrise on the outdoor onsen on the top of the main building or beach onsen.