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Park Hotel Miyabitei

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#12 of 21 hotels in Noboribetsu
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See why so many travelers make Park Hotel Miyabitei their onsen ryokan of choice when visiting Noboribetsu. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you. Rooms at Park Hotel Miyabitei offer air conditioning and a refrigerator providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free internet access. Shops is one of the conveniences offered at this onsen ryokan. An on-site restaurant will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Park Hotel Miyabitei, free parking is available. While staying at Park Hotel Miyabitei, visitors can check out Yuzawa Shrine (0.2 mi) and Onibokora (0.2 mi), some of Noboribetsu's top attractions. When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Milky House, which is a cafe that is popular with locals and out-of-towners alike. During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Oyunumagawa Natural Footbath (0.4 mi), Oyunuma (0.6 mi), and Sengen Park (0.1 mi), which are all within walking distance of the onsen ryokan. We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Park Hotel Miyabitei as you experience all of the things Noboribetsu has to offer.
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The goods: Near Hell Valley. Comfortable futon. The bads: Cleanliness: Need improvement for both rooms and onsen area. Food : Dinner and breakfast are of limited choices and can taste better Onsen: Outdoor pool is too small while showering area and walkways are not clean
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Hotel is decent and generally clean. Wouldn’t say that it is spotless but it was decent. Room was spacious. Friendly staff. The hotel is located close to the valley so good for walks and sightseeing. If you plan on coming here by public transport alone, it is a bit of a walk from the bus station. When it is snowing, dragging your luggage to/from the hotel may not be as fun. There are a few large public baths available at the basement of the hotel. No mix gender bath. Not sure about the female side, but on the male side there were a few different baths, and each seems to have a different temperature. There is also an outdoor bath. The water has a strong sulphur smell, so you know you’re getting genuine stuff but if you cannot stand the rotten egg smell then perhaps seek a different type of onsen. The food was alright. Would not say that they were spectacular, but at least edible. It’s a nice place to go for a night or two but I wouldn’t stay long. It appears that there’s no option to go out and eat as there aren’t any eateries around from what we could see. When night comes there’s not much to do other than onsen or stay in your hotel room to watch Netflix. If you have a car, it’s not that far to drive to Sapporo should you wish to do something at night.
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1)it was a smooth check-in, friendly helpful staff, and easily available parking space. 2) walking distance to hell valley around 10 minutes stroll. 3) we stayed in tatami room standard japan size with the most brilliant view and functional bathroom. 4) we took the package including dinner and breakfast. You got to choose the timing to dine in as they will try to arrange the table to avoid overcrowding. Available time was 5.30pm -7 pm or night time. The food was the bomb with varieties of fresh seafood and desserts. 5) there is a local bus going around the hotel are available for you to wander surrounding the area.
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OK - the positives first. The onsen in the hotel is quite good - including an outdoor onsen which is lovely in winter - and the hotel is conveniently located for the walking trails nearby and Noboribetsu “town centre” (it’s one street by the way...). That’s it. This hotel very much caters to the bus loads of Chinese / Korean onsen tourists who stay a night, have loud cell phone conversations (or play with their kids) in the hallway right outside your room in the small hours and then get bussed out the next morning. Rooms are very basic - think European 2/3 star “pensione”. Buffet style meals are served in large, loud brightly lit dining rooms - think college / university mess hall. Food is just about edible but try not be lured by the promise of all you can eat crab legs - for they are watery and rubbery. You should also be aware that the sulphuric smell from the hot springs can be pretty over powering.
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The whole hotel reeks of sulphur! It stunk! Even on the ninth floor. Busloads of Chinese tourists all talking loudly and shouting in corridors all night. Woken up during the night by them. We had the western/ Japanese room so two single beds and a futon bed on the floor. Doona on futon bed not big enough. Thin threadbare towels with a bathroom that was a cupboard and stunk of cigarette smoke. Tiny rock hard pillows too! Dinner and breakfast included and it was awful! Best thing I ate was soggy cucumber and white rice. Just awful! Plastic plates and plastic cutlery. No bar, cafe or restaurant in hotel- vending machines greet you in the lobby on arrival! Did I mention the smell?? Good location- walking distance to everything but would never, ever return and would never recommend. Couldn’t get out of there fast enough!
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PRICE RANGE
$162 - $342 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
JapanHokkaidoNoboribetsuNoboribetsu Onsen
NUMBER OF ROOMS
153
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