Stayed for a night in March 2012 and it was great. Upon arrival at the hotel, we were greeted by 3 friendly front desk staff who speaks reasonably english and even went the extra mile in escorting us to the room and explaining in detail every single amenity and usage of the various appliances within the room. We booked a japanese room for 2 and it was huge, compared to other ryokens we have stayed in. There are plenty of spaces and can easily accommodate up to 4 adults. The view from the room was awesome - facing the Tokachigawa area. As it was late winter, the hot air balloon rides are not available. But during summer, the hot air balloon ride is just next to the hotel between 6-9am. Breakfast and dinner spread in the hotel, however, are disappointing. After our dinner buffet, we had to resort to driving down to Obihiro downtown for our second round. Will recommend to reserve room without meals. It's much more cheaper to eat downtown and the variety and quality is definitely much better as compared to the hotel. The hotel has a nice onsen located next door and it's one of the best within the area. Many locals actually drive here to enjoy the onsen.
Property: Hotel DaiheigenAddress: 15-1 Tokachigawaonsen Minami, Kato-gun, Otofuke-cho 080-0263, Hokkaido
Location: Japan > Hokkaido > Kato-gun > Otofuke-cho > Tokachigawa Onsen
Bar / Lounge Restaurant Room Service Spa
#5 Onsen Hotel in Otofuke-cho
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$
Hotel Class:3 star — Hotel Daiheigen 3*
Number of rooms: 162
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