The hotel is directly across from the two train stations and very near the center of town. When I was there, I felt like I was the only one in the hotel and the town. Seemed like some places were closed. There wasn't much going on. Should have visited Nikko in a day-trip instead of staying the night. The only reason I stayed was to use the onsen. The outdoor onsen at the hotel still made you feel like you were inside. There is no view. But, it was relaxing on a chilly night. For a better onsen/nature experience go to Hakone. The hotel charges a 150 yen fee for the onsen and a 500 consumption tax.
The room was larger than other Japanese rooms. Great bed and pillows.
They have 2 restaurants- the expensive traditional Japanese one and a reasonably priced one. I ate at the latter. It was o.k.
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