Finding an ideal luxury hotel in Gifu does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Juhachiro, a nice option for travelers like you.
Juhachiro offers guests an array of room amenities including air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers a gift shop, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features an on-site restaurant. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Kawara-machi Historical Area (0.1 mi) and Kinkazan Observatory (0.6 mi), guests of Juhachiro can easily experience some of Gifu's most well known attractions.
While in Gifu be sure to experience nearby Asian restaurants such as Traditional Mino Soba Kisshoan, Koraku, or Noyamatei.
Should time allow, Gifu Castle / Inabayama Castle, Kinkazan Driveway Observatory, and Mt. Kinka Ropeway are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Juhachiro puts the best of Gifu at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
We had a three days and two night stay in this hotel of '露天風呂付川側和室", a quiet place to make us rest well at night, especially after a whole day sightseeing and a relax Osen in hotel, yes! the magic Osen to relieve all the stress. Dinner is prefect, but just a bit too much even for an adult. And one thing i could always remember is the beautiful river view, which was like in my dream.
The service rendered to us by the front desk staff members, who are all young ladies, was very impressive. When we parked our car, the staff members rushed to help us unload our luggage. The ladies kindly brought us to the counter and then the rooms, and explained to us about the hotel. Our rooms on the top floor with a clear river view are spacious. I think the fair ratings to the room, onsen and food there in general would just be average. Take the onsen as an example, although I don't appreciate the water quality and its so-called open-air bath very much, the hardware itself is still acceptable. The problems come from the users. Do you want to see guests jumping into the bath without rinsing their bodies, or guests simply walking in the bath area with the slippers and only took them off by the side of the water, or guests causing one of the baths full of soap bubbles after dipping the bodies into it? I don't, but I saw these all. I didn't go to the public bath again on the following morning after seeing the disaster but my friend did. I was stunned with my mouth agape when my friend was relating his naked adventure to us during breakfast - his yukata, not anything lese, just the yukata was taken away! When we checked out, no one helped us with our luggage, the service was a completely different thing after we walked out of the door. That is why I only have rated its service average. Unless you are so interested in ukai fishing, otherwise there are many more hotels in Gifu. …
Juhachiro was an absolute delight from the moment I arrived. I was greeted warmly by an attendant even before getting out of my taxi, who helped with my luggage and check in even though I didn't speak much Japanese. She gave me a tour and escorted me to my bedroom and helped me pick out robes for my stay. She prepared tea and then guided me to a ton helpful information about local shopping and site seeing. And then once I settled into my traditional Japanese room I felt at peace, watching the river and enjoying some tea after the last 2 days in hectic Tokyo. The Kaiseki dinner was absolutely delicious, a meal of a lifetime. The care and attention given to each seasonal dish was evident. If you get the chance, definitely try the Hida beef.
Situated right next to the cormorant boat area, this ryokan is very suitable place for a night stay as the main shopping street is also behind it. Not as posh or luxurious but it has excellent service!
We paid JPY 32000 (USD 280, CAD 370, EUR 250, GBP 220, AUD 390) for this room. This price is way too high for the poor quality room they provided with very little else to justify the cost. The room was very small and could only fit two futons however the advert said would sleep up to four persons. We planned to sit and enjoy a drink on the tatami but there was no space in the room. The advert said the room had a bath, a shower and 'private bathroom'. We booked this hotel based on the review on bookings.com that said that there was an 'open air private bath in in the room. -- Please check the reviews - We also were on the 7th floor. THIS ROOM HAD A BATH ROOM THAT WAS SMALLER THAN MOST BUSINESS HOTELS. And of equal or worse quality. You know, that depressing plastic capsule bathroom you get in low cost hotels. Just like that. There was dust all over the fixtures on the ceiling in the room and the faux eaves next to the elevator on the 7th floor were so badly caked in dust I don't imaging they have been dusted since the SHOWA period (Showa ended in 1989). The attached photo is of the view. Keep in mind this is OUT OF SEASON = NO UKAI / CORMORANT FISHING which is basically the primary attraction for this hotel and area. I feel this hotel has misled us entirely in its advertising, over priced the room and grossly under delivered on expectations. I've given 5* to every Ryokan I've been to in Japan until this. And we've stayed at many over the years. For every one has honestly deserved it. Juhachiro deserves a minus 1 ( -1* ) for misleading guests and overpricing a tiny, dirty and tired excuse for a room. The management of this hotel should be ashamed. 失礼です！SHITSURE DESU!…