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About IT IS A JAPANESE-STYLE HOTEL, AND HAS A HISTORY FOR 120 YEARS, THERE ARE BOTH PUBLIC AND RESERVED HOT-SPRING BATHS, WE ALSO PREPARE A GOOD LINE-UP OFF BEDROOMS. Can use wifi on the first floor Check-in time:15:00 Latest check-in time:22:00 Check-out time:11:00 【Access】 ■Nearest...
Tamanoyu is a beautiful hotel location in the valley near the famous Matsumoto Castle. The staff is very nice and explains in English how to reserve breakfast, dinner and the fifth floor private spas that are outdoors on the roof. There is a public bath...More
We were greeted by a charming lady who made us very welcome and that was the tone of our stay.
Our family room on the top floor was comfortable, spacious and well appointed and we enjoyed the expansive district views from the room and the...More
The ryokan was perfect for my parents’ visit to Japan - they needed western beds and wanted a reservable open air bath. Hotel Tamanoyu had both. The hotel meals were excellent examples of Japanese cuisine and kaiseki dining. The hotel infrastructure could use some updating,...More
Perfect place to stay for someone not thrilled with public bathing or couples who would like to appreciate the onsen together. The service is excellent with a welcoming beverage and a bevy of questions upon arrival from food times and choices to private bath recommendations....More
Wonderful experience. From the sitting down check in with tea to the beautiful Japanese style room (although with western bed).
Incredibile staff, amazing food and onsen.
The room had all sorts of amenities including a massage chair. Loved this place!
Hi Hannah we booked using Booking-com and it all went very smoothly. I believe the Ryokan does have its own website we simply chose to book our whole trip via Booking-com as it was easy to use and you could reserve the rooms... More
Hi Hannah we booked using Booking-com and it all went very smoothly. I believe the Ryokan does have its own website we simply chose to book our whole trip via Booking-com as it was easy to use and you could reserve the rooms without paying up front which suited us.