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All reviewspublic onsenjapanese stylestaff are so friendly and helpfulnara parkrooms are greatdeer cookiesbreakfast and dinnerdining roomsbucket listroom includingbig templeshabu shabujr stationtodaiji templemain attractionsa great stayhotpot
The hotel is closely located to Nara park, which is ideal for sightsseing but not so close to Naramachi, where the restaurants and a decent nightlife is situated. The hotel sits next to a main street which is somewhat noisy and which can be heard...More
I have included pictures of the evening meal we had at this hotel
It was not cheap but it was still very good value
The service is excellent and although a little tricky to find initially it is well located near Nara Park where most...More
Clean nice traditional.japanese hotel.experience friendly staff traditional rooms with private bath but also a public bathhouse close to sites and park about a mile from train station and around the corner from 711
Staff try to be nice but not very successfully. Very restrictive with meal times. Really far away from JR Nara St. bu quite near to the Todaiji.
Room was very big in traditional japanese style, onsen were nice and they give you a 'yukata' to...More
The good: reasonable room, comfy futon, comfy yukata, close to Nara Park and the big temple. The private outdoor bath was cool. Souvenir photo was quite funny. The funny deer stuff everywhere is kind of cute. Front desk explained sightseeing really well and gave us...More
Response from betteskid | Reviewed this property |
We did not take the meal plan when we stayed at this hotel. However, dinner is definitely served in their dining room. I do not know if some rooms also have an option for dining in the room. I would check directly with the... More
We did not take the meal plan when we stayed at this hotel. However, dinner is definitely served in their dining room. I do not know if some rooms also have an option for dining in the room. I would check directly with the hotel. Also, I would add that in room dining in some ryokans can be a very enjoyable experience. I don't think it is an option here.