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Integrating an exotic atmosphere distinctive of Hakodate and its Japanese culture special to Onsen towns. Comforts delivered by pseudo Western style and sophisticated Japanese designs. A fire place adorned with a breath taking 5m tall copper-plate ventilation hood depicting the Westernization of Hakodate warmly welcomes guests at the reception lobby.
Located about 30min streetcar ride away from Hakodate station. I really liked this place, even the typhoon didn't matter while I was in here. Room was big and clean and seemed quite new. Staff members were once again very friendly and polite.
Onsen was also...More
We stayed at this hotel from 21 Aug 2018. The experience was fantastic. The room is nice, comfortable and clean with a traditional Japanese layout.
The food is really something to look forward to when staying there as the buffet has a wide variety of...More
The room is big and clean. Room sound proof is very good. Nothing much around the surrounding of this hotel. There's hot spring in this hotel but didn't try. The best of all is the fabulous buffet breakfast.
The hotel is located in a residential area. It offers an indoor hot spring. Room was decorated in traditional Japanese style. Buffet breakfast offers plenty of choices. However, if you arrive a bit early, like 1:30 pm, They won't let you check-in even though the...More
This hotel's onsen (spa) was one of the highlights of my trip to Hakodate! Accessible from the city center via a longish ride (30 minutes?) on the famous streetcar, then a short walk. It's open to non-staying guests from 12:00-20:00 for 1230 yen (towel and...More
You will need to contact the hotel directly if there are interconnecting rooms or suites. The building looked like a typical hotel/apartment with single balconies and the top floor room where I stayed did not have any... More
You will need to contact the hotel directly if there are interconnecting rooms or suites. The building looked like a typical hotel/apartment with single balconies and the top floor room where I stayed did not have any doors to connect to adjacent room. In March they were building an annex next door that may have such; I anticipate that building won't be ready for at least 6 months.