The hotel is located in a small but apparently prestigious ski resort town. We arrived in the afternoon & were encouraged to join other guests in the lobby for complimentary snacks & hot tea, including marshmallows that could be roasted over a small fire in the fireplace. Our room was charming and moderately sized, with a king bed and a step-up bathroom that used a bathtub shower wand as a shower head.
Dinner was served in the smaller of the hotel’s two dining rooms, though typically both are open. We had our choice of multiple menus, including the menu for the closed, upscale dining room. The kitchen’s ambitions exceed their ability to execute, so I’d recommend modest choices or dine elsewhere.
Breakfast was a hybrid buffet served in the larger dining room that boasts an expansive view of the grounds. Entrees are selected off a small menu, and come with the items from the buffet. Breakfast was ok, typical hotel fare, though the restaurant did boast linen napkins, a rarity in Japan.
The hotel staff was very friendly & gracious, so overall I’d recommend this establishment.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking