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Even though the hotel is located in Takayama, it's an hour away from the Takayama town centre and I think that could cause confusions. From Takayama, you can either do a day trip to Hirayu Onsen and use this hotel's spa (for a fee), or...More
Outdoors onsens are amazing and open all the night, also private bath semi outdoor is a must. It deserve to go there on purpose. My room was futon Japanese typical style, a bit cold temperature but good space and views to the forest.
Spent 2 nights here the week before Christmas as we wanted to visit the Shin-hotaka ropeway & try a traditional onsen. It is less than 5-min walk from the Hirayu bus station (just walk straight ahead) but be careful of the slippery road due to...More
I had taken the local bus from Takayama station to Hirayu Onsen (bus stop) which is about an hour ride. Hirayunomori is just a few steps from the bus stop.
The staff were nice and speak english very well. The dinner is interestingly good for...More
The hotel room is huge. Its onsen facility is excellent. It even features 2 private onsen rooms in which you and your partner can enjoy private time together. It is quite peaceful and comfortable.
The only downside is that it takes about 45 min by...More
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$149 - $219 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#17 Best Value Hotel in Takayama
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Response from Christine T | Reviewed this property |
Oh yes, if you are coming from Takayama, take the Nohi bus, the bus station is just next to the Takayama train station. The bus stop is number 5. You could purchase the bus ticket from the ladies at counter or pay as you get... More
Oh yes, if you are coming from Takayama, take the Nohi bus, the bus station is just next to the Takayama train station. The bus stop is number 5. You could purchase the bus ticket from the ladies at counter or pay as you get off the bus.
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