See why so many travelers make Onsen Ryokan Marumo their onsen ryokan of choice when visiting Tottori. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Onsen Ryokan Marumo offers guests an array of room amenities including a refrigerator and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The onsen ryokan offers baggage storage, to make your visit even more pleasant. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
Close to some of Tottori's most popular landmarks, such as Shinkyoji Park (0.4 mi) and Ube Shrine (2.3 mi), Onsen Ryokan Marumo is a great destination for tourists.
While in Tottori be sure to experience local kaiten sushi favorites at Sushi-Go-Round (Kaitensushi) Hokkaido Koyama, Kappa-Zushi Tottori Yasunaga, or Sushiro Tottorihigashi.
Should time allow, Tottori Castle Ruins, Warabekan, and Jinpu-kaku Hall are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Onsen Ryokan Marumo as you experience all of the things Tottori has to offer.
It's great to visit Ryokan, but not many are close to the main train station. Ryokan Marumo is only 5 mins walk from Tottori Station. You'll find post office, convenience stores, shopping malls nearby Tottori Station, there is also express bus and train going to Kobe, Osaka areas so if you are looking for a Ryokan Style accommodation while in Tottori, I think this one is worth recommending. The staffs are very friendly and provide good service. If I have to include some downsides: Onsen was a bit too hot for me, however it may be otherwise pleasant for others.
This is a classic Japanese ryokan. Breakfasts are quite adequate, the baths are slightly tired but servicable, as are the rooms. Staff are polite. The location is quite close to the main drag of Tottori which itself is nothing special though thee are a few restaurant choices. aFir to middling.
I'm writing this this at 5:00am on my second and last night here, unable to get over jet lag. Really like this inn. VERY polite, friendly, welcoming, and efficient. 5-minute walk from Tottori Station. No idea if anyone speaks English (I used to live in Japan). The room is huge: genkan (entryway) leads to 6-mat room with table and TV. Off to the side is a smaller sleeping room, and there's a small sitting room overlooking a Japanese garden. And a modern bathroom I didn't discover until the first morning because the door looked like a decorative wall panel! (Though it was shared bath near onsen downstairs.) In the room they leave hot water for tea at night, a couple of sweets, and various robes and toiletries for bath. Onsen bath is downstairs and the only reason I can't give five stars: it's fairly dilapidated and small. While I didn't expect a fancy ryokan for $50/night (via Agoda), they really could at least repaint and fix some cracks. Provincial is quaint, gloomy and falling apart is not. Finally, reserve Japanese breakfast! Big, tasty spread seated next to traditional garden (around 1,000 yen). Overall, this is a great base from which to explore Tottori. …
Staying at this hotel was the highlight of my trip. It was so nice having a garden outside my window, having such a large, clean, and well treated room, and the service was excellent. The people were very kind and helpful. The building and rooms were beautiful, and I found it was my favorite place to stay in Japan. Not much of the staff spoke English, but that was my only difficulty.