Finding an ideal family-friendly onsen hotel in Kushiro does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Forest of Akan Tsuruga Resort Hanayuuka, a nice option for travelers like you.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Inari Shrine (0.1 mi) and Mt. Hakutosan Observatory (1.8 mi), guests of Forest of Akan Tsuruga Resort Hanayuuka can easily experience some of Kushiro's most well known attractions.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning and a refrigerator, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the onsen hotel.
Forest of Akan Tsuruga Resort Hanayuuka features a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and baggage storage, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a hot tub and breakfast. If you are driving to Forest of Akan Tsuruga Resort Hanayuuka, free parking is available.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the nearby restaurants, including Pan de Pan (0.0 mi) and Azusa (0.0 mi), all of which are within walking distance from Forest of Akan Tsuruga Resort Hanayuuka.
Should time allow, Lake Akan Ainu Kotan and Lake Akan Observatory are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Forest of Akan Tsuruga Resort Hanayuuka looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Kushiro.
The hotel, just like the other Tsuruga properties and probably other hotels in Lake Akan, is way overpriced. We knew this before booking the hotel, but was still very disappointed at our stay at Hanayuuka. Very non-characteristics for a Japanese hotel, our room was almost filthy. The bathroom smelled like a group of homeless just showered in it, and there were stains on the shower door and the floor. We had to turn off the A/C despite it being -15c outside because the air came out of it had a strong moldy smell. We even found a used towel in the closet. The elevator had cigarette smell, and the lady's public onsen smelled like a combination of bleach and pee. Both the restaurants and onsen were full of noisy group tourists. On the plus side, while neither the dinner buffet nor the breakfast buffet was impressive, but they certainly weren't bad. The staff were all quite helpful as well, despite speaking limited English. I will definitely avoid hotels and look for a B&B if I visit Lake Akan again.…
It was a bit hard to find maybe because of its long name but the hotel only displayed Hanayuka on the building. But the staff was helpful and welcomed us and directed us to parking (paid) at the front of the hotel. Rooms are clean and comfortable. Breakfast and dinner had good variety. The winter festival was just a short walk away and we could even watch the fireworks from the hotel. Many rooms even have windows facing the fireworks so guests could watch from the comfort of their own room. Unfortunately ours faces the other way.
This hotel was one of my favorites is Akan. Although it's around 15 minute walk to Akan village (Ainu visitor center) it is right next to the boat pier which makes it easy to board the sightseeing boat. This hotel offers great rooms and great buffet!
Although really needs an uplift, still better then most, but as usual in Hokkaido, depands on the staff. Some are very nice and helpful, and some are on the verge of rudeness. Very good location in front of the peer
We stayed with this resort on 07Jul19 for one night only. We were assigned with room 312 and the room was with a great view of Lake Akan, but everything inside the room were old and in poor condition. They don't have central air-conditioning and the individual air-conditioner inside the room was so noisy, one of the flaps was missing and to make the situation even worse, the air-conditioner was installed very close to one of the beds by the wall, and it was really disturbing at night. The room charge includes breakfast and dinner. The food quality was acceptable and the buffet dinner were with quite a number of choices.