Stayed one night here. This hotel was really busy during the time we checked in, I suppose it was peak period in spring. They catered to alot of tour groups from Indonesia, Taiwan etc. We had kaiseki dinner in the hall, food was alright though abit bland. Breakfast was really very crowded so service was abit slow. They had a wide spread of food selection from Japanese to western. It was good we really enjoyed it.
We loved the Japanese style room we stayed in. It was huge. It has a genkan with wooden floors where you can remove your shoes, it's also more than spacious enough for your big luggages. Do avoid dragging your luggages (especially those with wheels) onto the tatami to prevent from scratching it. The bathroom was a typical unit bath though, it doesn't matter as the onsen was the main point we came here. The futons were extremely comfortable.
Would be great to avoid peak period. The lifts and breakfast area can get pretty congested when there are many big groups.More
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