If you are up for the Japanese experience, you found the place. The onsen (one inside in the basement, one outside on the 9th floor) are what I found at all hotels of this type. The basement got busy in the morning whilst the roof top was fuller in the evening.
Other hotels don't want you to wear the traditional yukata for dinner, here it is OK. The dinner was more than 10 courses of all sorts of Japanese food. Don't expect fried chicken and crocket. Very well made from local ingredients. The same holds for the breakfast.
The room was spacious, in good condition though not brand new.
In Ureshino nothing is too far, but worthwhile to know it's five minutes to the bus stop from the hotel.More
- Free Wifi
- Free parking