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Great place to stay, make sure you book the Japanese Style Room with the lake view. Don’t waste your money booking half board packages as there are plenty of food option and the hotel has several options too as the half board is buffet dinner....More
We stayed one night to enjoy the Lake Akan area. Our Japanese room (mountain view) was a nice experience, with tatami mats, Japanese table and chairs but also a couple of chairs and coffee table. The mountain view is of the hills and ski floors...More
The hotel is designed around the hot springs' experiance. The inside bath is nice and there is a open air bath at the 8th floor which is beautiful - You need to stay at least 2 days so you have a chance to use it...More
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Response from 勝 若, 支配人 at Lake Akan Tsuruga WingsResponded 19 June 2018
Interesting decor with lots of aboriginal statues and art installations, like a little art gallery.
The onsen in the hotel itself is small but the adjoining one is fantastic! There is one in the basement and one on the 8th floor, which is rotated between...More
1 Thank Rex_raccoon
Response from 勝 若, 支配人 at Lake Akan Tsuruga WingsResponded 10 January 2018
Great room , great location, great breakfast buffet and food - will definitely come back next time.
Ferry to the marimo island is just around the corner. Ainu tourist village is just opposite...many streetshops to shop around for souvenirs....dont forget to buy a marimo home.More
Response from 勝 若, 支配人 at Lake Akan Tsuruga WingsResponded 24 November 2017
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The two hotels are adjacent to one another and connected via a hallway. Its a short walk from one to the other via this hallway and you need not exit the hotels to get to the other. Very convenient and yakata wearing... More
The two hotels are adjacent to one another and connected via a hallway. Its a short walk from one to the other via this hallway and you need not exit the hotels to get to the other. Very convenient and yakata wearing guests traverse between the hotels all the time.