Welcome to Noboribetsu Manseikaku, your Noboribetsu “home away from home.” Noboribetsu Manseikaku aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Yukake Kizo (0.1 mi) and Symbol Oni (0.1 mi), guests of Noboribetsu Manseikaku can easily experience some of Noboribetsu's most well known attractions.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a refrigerator and air conditioning, and you can stay connected during your stay as Noboribetsu Manseikaku offers guests free internet access.
Plus, Noboribetsu Manseikaku Hotel offers a pool and an on-site restaurant, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
If you’re looking to experience local food favorites like oyster, consider a visit to Onsenichiba, which is not far from Noboribetsu Manseikaku Hotel.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular hot springs such as Oyunumagawa Natural Footbath, Oyunuma, and Oku no Yu.
Noboribetsu Manseikaku puts the best of Noboribetsu at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
The building has seen better days, and to say it’s shabby and outdated is an understatement. It’s gloomy and grim throughout. The only concession to the 21st century is an internet connection. The bed with its sharp springs poking through is one of the most uncomfortable I’ve ever had to sleep on. I presume that in the 1960s or 70s it was in the cheap-and-cheerful category, but now it’s neither. The only dinner they have on offer is a 3,000 yen buffet which is worth about 1,000 yen at most. (All restaurants in the town are still closed due to Covid.) I’d booked for two nights, but checked out after one. Noboribetsu Onsen itself is a charmless, concrete place appealing mainly to the Japanese over-70s, but if you do decide to come here, try a different lodging.
This is a huge hotel with a very big onsen area. Near to Restaurants. Breakfast spread is very goood with all kinds of food. Rooms are nice and big with a lot of space. Also close to attractions. Parking is up the hill though.
We stayed here for 2 nights, my family of 5, in one of the traditional Japanese rooms on the 11th floor. Rooms are clean and functional. Breakfast spread is extensive, so is the dinner buffet, until you realize that 80% of the items are same! So we had the same food 4 times in the 48 hours. Not ideal. The onsen facilities are good, but I have been to better ones. What I didn’t like about this place is how rigid / inflexible they were. I wanted to fill up my baby’s thermos flask with hot water from the dispenser during breakfast. I was told off. That dispenser is meant for cups only. So fine, I used a cup and then poured the water into my thermos. Nope that wasn’t acceptable either. My daughter wanted to use a desert bowl for the soft scoop ice cream so that she could add some fruit toppings. Nope that wasn’t allowed. The standard issue ice cream cups were tiny and made of plastic. What is wrong with using 1 washable bowl instead of using 5 small plastic cups? So much for being eco friendly. My husband wanted to use the glasses provided in our bedrooms in the shared chill-out lounge on the evenings instead of using the paper cups that were provided in the lobby’s. Nope that wasn’t allowed. You had to use the paper cups. Like what???!! What is with all these rules, and the lack of thought or flexibility when enforcing them?! I will not be back, that’s for sure. …
So good for little kids - rest and play areas provided for them in the lobby and the onsen floors so nicely thought through too with toys and change tables and cartoons and colouring. And a kids station at breakfast with a chocolate fountain! Oh breakfast is sumptuous! What a spread! We regret not coming down earlier to eat more of it! Huge selection, well presented and delicious I was impressed! There are rest areas for adults here and there as well. The gift shop in the lobby is delightful too. The hotel interior isn’t old at all, looks pretty new and spruced up. The Japanese room for 5 of us wasn’t as spacious as the others we had stayed at but it was fine - clean and well provided. Yukata was so soft and comfy. Welcome sweets with mascot demon was a nice touch and free Suntory mineral water in the fridge was nice. Futons were a little thin but there r extras in the cupboard so just put one under your futon and problem solved. It’s located at the end of the main shopping street so probably a leisurely 15 minute walk to Hell’sValley entrance.…
The dinner and breakfast buffets were delicious, varied and great quality. Staff were friendly and helpful. The rooms were a bit dated but spacious and comfortable. The onsen was amazing, especially the outdoor one. Great location an easy walk from hells valley. Free car park but it could do with resurfacing!