See why so many travelers make Hokuten no Oka Lake Abashiri Tsuruga Resort their onsen hotel of choice when visiting Abashiri. 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.
As your “home away from home,” the onsen hotel rooms offer a refrigerator and air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a concierge while staying at Hokuten no Oka Lake Abashiri Tsuruga Resort. In addition, Hokuten no Oka Lake Abashiri Tsuruga Resort offers free breakfast, which will help make your Abashiri trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
Nearby landmarks such as Abashiri Ballpark (1.5 mi) and Abashiri Prison Museum (2.1 mi) make Hokuten no Oka Lake Abashiri Tsuruga Resort a great place to stay when visiting Abashiri.
While in Abashiri, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Hokuten no Oka Lake Abashiri Tsuruga Resort, including Cafe & Cake Fuka (0.7 mi), Sobakiri On (0.9 mi), and Wani No Ie (1.2 mi).
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular gardens such as Omagari Kohanenchi, Flower Garden Hana Tento, and Abashiri Phlox Park.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hokuten no Oka Lake Abashiri Tsuruga Resort as you experience all of the things Abashiri has to offer.
My wife and I stayed here recently for 2 nights in Japanese style western room. One word sums up the stay - luxury. The level of service from all staff we came in touch with was top class, ie. front desk, restaurant staff, shuttle drivers, housekeeping. The quality of food at the buffet for both dinner and breakfast was excellent and stations quickly replenished (of course very much Asian themed). Our room was large, spacious, very comfortable and quiet. Though the hotel is actually in Yobito, which is approx 8km outside Abashiri itself, the hotel shuttle bus provides connections to all the main atttractions eg drift ice cruise, museums. Also little touches such as the open fireplace in the bar for toasting your own marshmallows add an intimate cosy feel to the hotel. Would we stay here again if visiting Abashiri area? Most certainly! …
Impressive breakfast and dinner with an incredible variety and a vast array of options; great location; friendly personnel; nice spa with a small external pool; a beautiful sauna; a cozy and intimate atmosphere in front of the open fireplace. Just one minor set-back; the rooms on the third floor are somewhat gloomy and dark, they look outdated and need some refurbishment whilst other rooms, especially on the higher floors, are in a modern Japanese style and they blend much better with the general atmosphere of the whole premises. Could it be that the hotel is undergoing a progressive improvement? I therefore suggest that you book a room in the new wing on floors 4 and higher.
This is the first Tsuruga of two which we stayed at during our 9 days Hokkaido trip. There's something about this hotel collection - both were unique accommodations, welcoming and had great personal service. Lake Abashiri Tsuruga Resort was quiet luxury in the middle of (almost) nowhere. The location was not a big drawback since we drove, and this was really a rest stop than a destination for us. The hotel prepared activities such as harp sessions by a musician. There is also a small ramen shop downstairs where we had a late night snack. There's a small fireplace where you can toast your own marshmallows. Dinner and breakfast offered scrumptious spreads. Onsen was huge and relaxing. It felt like time slowed in this resort.
This hotel / resort is an amazing mixture of luxury and the surreal. It feels like a spa resort and yet caters for coach loads of tourists visiting for the sea ice. That said, the only time it feels busy is at meal times when you can eat your way through an amazing array of food - from Western to traditional Japanese - but the staff do a great job looking after everyone. The rooms are a modern take on a Ripken, with beds and beautiful traditional decor. The spa feel comes through with robes for the onsens and a huge array of creams and lotions in your room. It also has a two huge shops selling everything from winter gear, to souvenirs and foodstuffs....baked Camembert anybody?!! Although most bizarre is the chair room.....yes, a room full of different designer chairs with meditation music playing (we were the only ones in there)....whilst upstairs there was a karaoke bar. There were times when I felt like I’d fallen down the rabbit hole with Alice! So we liked it for all its quirks but sadly it is out of town. This means drop offs by the shuttle bus (but you have to get taxis back). For all the trips the staff do we all thought a simple regular timetable of buses would be useful and more efficient. You can’t book picks ups even though we offered to pay (apparently no one had ever asked them this before!!) Lovely friendly staff with a number of English speakers to help you out. The location is the reason for 4 and not 5 rating.…
This is the fourth nights and second hot spring hotel we stayed. This is more like the hotel we expected very comfortable large room and plenty of space. Very comfortable bedding. I don't have to bring towels down to the spa. There is comfortable chairs outside the 大浴場. There is a separate foot 足湯. After all we are happy to see similar standards compared to other good hot spring at this country side.