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We had a family trip to Hokkaido in late August , totally 10 members including 3 eldest & 1 kid. Noboribetsu Sekisuitei is the last hotel we stayed in the trip. We have reserved 4 rooms x 2 nights and paid the most expensive package...More
This hotel is very convenience and beautiful. It is quite and properly relaxing. For dinner, It’s very delicious especially Tempura and Shasimi. The hotel has public onsen. I used a private onsen 50 minute 5000 yen that It’s good. Besides, The lobby of hotel has...More
I booked during a very peak period that it was full house in July and my rate was RM 1385 or JP 37800 for 2 people with breakfast and dinner. I understand it was peak so I rate this hotel based on their normal rate...More
The dinners and breakfasts included in your accommodation is not edible. Seems strange they have no bar for an afternoon drink. It’s a very large hotel caters for families on a budget, the facilities in the hotel cater for large groups. Smoking aloud in the...More
Nice hotel which offers an onsen experience. Got to sleep on a futon with tatami flooring, only complaint was the blanket was quite dusty so be ready to sneeze when the futon is set. Breakfast had a variety of dishes, but had slightly fewer western...More
Noboribetsu Sekisuitei is a 20-minute drive from JR Noboribetsu Station, and a 15-minute walk from the Jigokudani Valley. It offers 3 public hot-spring baths, free parking on site and free internet in ...Morepublic areas. The hotel is a 1-hour drive from the New Chitose Airport and a 2-hour drive from JR Sapporo station. A 2-way shuttle service is available with an advance reservation. Japanese-style guest rooms feature tatami (woven straw) flooring with traditional futon bedding. Each room is equipped with a fridge and a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. Sekisui Tei Noboribetsu offers both indoor and outdoor hot-spring baths. Some can be reserved for private use at a cost. Guests can also unwind in the sauna room or enjoy duty-free shopping at on-site shops. Guests can enjoy both breakfast and dinner at the dining room. A Kaiseki (traditional Japanese multi-course) dinner is featured. This property is a ryokan, which is a type of traditional Japanese Inn. Less
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You're probably going to take the JR from Hakodate to Sapporo. Get off at JR Norboribetsu station. From there you can take the Donan bus (ask if it goes to Hell Valley). Get off at last stop (foot baths). The hotel is right... More
You're probably going to take the JR from Hakodate to Sapporo. Get off at JR Norboribetsu station. From there you can take the Donan bus (ask if it goes to Hell Valley). Get off at last stop (foot baths). The hotel is right next to that stop. If the last stop is not foot baths, there's a 10 min hike gentle uphill from the Hell Valley. Bus ride is 15-30 min from the JR. otherwise taxi works too :)