Finding an ideal family-friendly onsen ryokan in Yuzawa-machi does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Echigoyuzawa Hatago Isen, a nice option for travelers like you.
The rooms offer air conditioning and a refrigerator, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Echigoyuzawa Hatago Isen features room service, newspaper, and a gift shop. In addition, as a valued Echigoyuzawa Hatago Isen guest, you can enjoy free breakfast that is available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Yukiguni Agripark Yuzawa Ichigo-mura (0.8 mi) and Koibito no Seichi Tenku no Kane (1.0 mi), guests of Echigoyuzawa Hatago Isen can easily experience some of Yuzawa-machi's most well known attractions.
During your visit, be sure to check out a popular Yuzawa-machi yakitori restaurant such as Uotami Echigo Yuzawa East Entrance Ekimae, which is a short distance from Echigoyuzawa Hatago Isen.
If you are interested in exploring Yuzawa-machi, check out a garden, such as Yuzawa Highland Alpine Garden.
Echigoyuzawa Hatago Isen puts the best of Yuzawa-machi at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
- the whole building is converted from ancient house and left a lot of ancient deco element - room is much bigger than mosy of the same class - extremely convenience (right opp the train stn) - very nice food and western deco restaurant - professional japanese style service by staff - has a lift so no worries on luggages - the onsen is the only thing a bit disappointing, its very small and wpuld definitely need some brush up
The hotel is in an excellent location, just in front of the JR station!! The room is very good, just feels like going home! The staff are helpful , all you need to do is ENJOY! BTW, the cafe of this hotel is the founder of ONSEN COFFEE, coffee lovers should try! Because I think the water from YUZAWA is really delicious!! YES!!!
First of all, the hotel is so very easy to get to - especially in the snow. The welcome was warm and friendly and the staff very pleasant. The set dinner was a delight with a thoughtful combination of flavours. Excellent waiter who was warm, yet professional. I suggest the private onsen, it has an additional charge but it was lovely sitting in the hot spring tub and looking at the snow covered mountains changing colour as the sun set.
The hotel was a pleasant surprise. It is located right in front of the yuzawa station. Actually it does not even look like a hotel, more like a ryokan. There are no beds, just futons. The place is very clean because you take your shoes off and walk on tatami ( straw mat) barefoot. The food is delicious although a little pricy. You get to taste local vegetable and season ingredients. The osen water is hot and good. The staffs are very attentive and pleasant, always ready to help. Yuzawa is famous for their fabulous rice and soba. So you should definitely try their soba when you are there. There are quite a few places that have wonderful soba. My favorite is Shimbashi. All in all we really enjoyed the stay.
From the time we walked into the ryokan, we were welcomed with smiles from the staff. This did not change at all throughout our three days stay. The level of hospitality was simply amazing. The room we stayed in did not have a bath, which was not too big a deal as there was still a toilet and wash basin. We did book the private onsen every evening to enjoy some quiet time without strangers in the beautiful onsen. The private onsen costs about 1800 yen per 50 minutes, and is only available for booking from 2 pm. If you are a bit shy about using the shared onsen which doubles as a shower area, you can try to get up there earlier as I had the place to myself early in the morning. After checking out in the morning, we left our bags so that we could still get a couple of hours of skiing in before leaving for Tokyo. We asked the staff if we could still use the onsen after skiing, so that we could freshen up. That was not a problem for them at all. In fact, when we came back to the ryokan, we were handed bath towels, all with a smile. The breakfast spread was elaborate, perhaps a bit more than we were used to. We were in awe at the presentation of every dish, but was only able to eat about half of them. For skies/snowboarders, the ryokan has a great drying room and space for you to leave your gear. My only complaint was the heating in the room. For some reason, the room was extremely warm even after we switched off the heater. We ended up sleeping with the windows slightly open even though it was snowing outside. However, with the windows open, the noise from the street did disturb our peaceful sleep. But this was a minor inconvenience which did not overshadow our wonderful experience. Overall, it was a wonderful experience.…