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TWIN-LINE HOTEL KARUIZAWA JAPAN
4.8/547 Reviews

TWIN-LINE HOTEL KARUIZAWA JAPAN

Karuizawa|3.37km from downtown
It is easy to understand because it is close to Karuizawa Station and is located on the main street. However, it is difficult to understand the entrance of the hotel, but I wondered if I should enter from the restaurant. Only standard double rooms are available for dogs. It's pretty narrow. It feels like a stylish business hotel. The bed is comfortable. There is a large dog gauge toilet sheet and a butt wipe. The bathroom and toilet are in the same room, but they are large. I was interested in the toilet. Should I remove the toilet seat when cleaning? The amenities were in a cute cloth bag for two people, but there was no toothbrush in one cloth bag. There are 2 bottles of mineral water in the wine cellar. It's a pity that there is no pot. It would be nice to have a water server that can produce hot water without a pot. There are 2 coin laundry machines. Ice maker, juice and alcohol are sold by themselves. The restaurant is delicious, but the amount of dinner and morning is large, and the contents are covered, so it seems that you will get tired of staying for consecutive nights or using it frequently ... The taste is strong (good compatibility with alcohol) Even for people with small children I was there, but maybe my kids aren't likely to eat it. Dessert also has an adult taste. The restaurant is very cold near the entrance and on the window side and requires a coat. All the staff are kind. It is cheap considering the food and convenience for the price. Especially recommended for those who want to enjoy the whole of Karuizawa and enjoy Spanish cuisine. I want to use it again.

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Ikoisanso
4.2/550 Reviews

Ikoisanso

Karuizawa|1.03km from downtown

Latest booking 21 hrs ago

Although this hotel had one of the cheaper room prices (for the duration that we were staying), the overall experience was average / slightly below average and on hindsight we might have splurged a little to upgrade to a bigger room in a more central location. The room was very small – after clearing out whatever furniture we could (table was packed in the cabinet where the bedding was kept and most other things had to be stacked on top of each other to maximise space), there was barely enough space to lay out two mattresses right beside our luggages (note that you have to set up the beds yourself). We spotted some strange black spots on the futon covers which deterred us from using the futons. We did, however, appreciate that the room came with a small refrigerator, a small key-operated safe box and a working heater. The walls and floors are thin, so you will hear footsteps along the corridor and (if you are unlucky, as we were, to have a room next to the toilet) gurgling sounds from the plumbing system. Bathrooms and restrooms are shared. The communal shower area on the first floor has a small bath (could accommodate approximately 3 strangers, any more would be uncomfortable), but the water is still and I'm not certain if it was actually from the hot springs. We were grateful that the usual amenities were provided (toiletries, body lotion, hairdryers). There were other onsens nearby which were open for day trips, but we were turned away by the prices (bearing in mind that we had just travelled from onsen heaven, Kusatsu town). Location-wise, while we were given a free shuttle ride from and to Karuizawa Station during check-in and check-out, we had to find our own way around the rest of the time. There are some attractions in the Naka-Karuizawa area, but the main highlights are nearer to the Karuizawa Station. The walk from the hotel to Naka-Karuizawa Station (one stop away from Karuizawa Station) takes about 10-15 minutes, and the street lights can get rather dim by 7pm and are almost non-existent by 10pm. Alternatively, there are buses that ply the area, but the bus fares were nearly double the train fares and accessibility of information was an issue (it was hard looking up bus timetables online). Another alternative is to rent bicycles from the hotel at ¥1000 per day. Service-wise – hit and miss. Some of the staff were friendly and helpful, others not so. A few of them were able to communicate in English. Food-wise, there were some decent options (e.g. Harunire Terrace), but not always budget-friendly and most close by evening (sans restaurants, with pretty steep prices). There is a 7-11 about 100m away but consumption of food in the store is not allowed. It closes at 11pm. All in all, if you're fine with sacrificing some creature comforts and travelling longer distances to save on accommodation, this hotel could be one of your considerations. But if your budget is not the main priority, there may be better options els

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Uchimura Kanzo Memorial Stone Church

Ikoisanso
4.2/550 Reviews

Ikoisanso

Karuizawa|0.23km from Uchimura Kanzo Memorial Stone Church

Latest booking 21 hrs ago

Although this hotel had one of the cheaper room prices (for the duration that we were staying), the overall experience was average / slightly below average and on hindsight we might have splurged a little to upgrade to a bigger room in a more central location. The room was very small – after clearing out whatever furniture we could (table was packed in the cabinet where the bedding was kept and most other things had to be stacked on top of each other to maximise space), there was barely enough space to lay out two mattresses right beside our luggages (note that you have to set up the beds yourself). We spotted some strange black spots on the futon covers which deterred us from using the futons. We did, however, appreciate that the room came with a small refrigerator, a small key-operated safe box and a working heater. The walls and floors are thin, so you will hear footsteps along the corridor and (if you are unlucky, as we were, to have a room next to the toilet) gurgling sounds from the plumbing system. Bathrooms and restrooms are shared. The communal shower area on the first floor has a small bath (could accommodate approximately 3 strangers, any more would be uncomfortable), but the water is still and I'm not certain if it was actually from the hot springs. We were grateful that the usual amenities were provided (toiletries, body lotion, hairdryers). There were other onsens nearby which were open for day trips, but we were turned away by the prices (bearing in mind that we had just travelled from onsen heaven, Kusatsu town). Location-wise, while we were given a free shuttle ride from and to Karuizawa Station during check-in and check-out, we had to find our own way around the rest of the time. There are some attractions in the Naka-Karuizawa area, but the main highlights are nearer to the Karuizawa Station. The walk from the hotel to Naka-Karuizawa Station (one stop away from Karuizawa Station) takes about 10-15 minutes, and the street lights can get rather dim by 7pm and are almost non-existent by 10pm. Alternatively, there are buses that ply the area, but the bus fares were nearly double the train fares and accessibility of information was an issue (it was hard looking up bus timetables online). Another alternative is to rent bicycles from the hotel at ¥1000 per day. Service-wise – hit and miss. Some of the staff were friendly and helpful, others not so. A few of them were able to communicate in English. Food-wise, there were some decent options (e.g. Harunire Terrace), but not always budget-friendly and most close by evening (sans restaurants, with pretty steep prices). There is a 7-11 about 100m away but consumption of food in the store is not allowed. It closes at 11pm. All in all, if you're fine with sacrificing some creature comforts and travelling longer distances to save on accommodation, this hotel could be one of your considerations. But if your budget is not the main priority, there may be better options els

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Karuizawa Kogen Church

Ikoisanso
4.2/550 Reviews

Ikoisanso

Karuizawa|0.39km from Karuizawa Kogen Church

Latest booking 21 hrs ago

Although this hotel had one of the cheaper room prices (for the duration that we were staying), the overall experience was average / slightly below average and on hindsight we might have splurged a little to upgrade to a bigger room in a more central location. The room was very small – after clearing out whatever furniture we could (table was packed in the cabinet where the bedding was kept and most other things had to be stacked on top of each other to maximise space), there was barely enough space to lay out two mattresses right beside our luggages (note that you have to set up the beds yourself). We spotted some strange black spots on the futon covers which deterred us from using the futons. We did, however, appreciate that the room came with a small refrigerator, a small key-operated safe box and a working heater. The walls and floors are thin, so you will hear footsteps along the corridor and (if you are unlucky, as we were, to have a room next to the toilet) gurgling sounds from the plumbing system. Bathrooms and restrooms are shared. The communal shower area on the first floor has a small bath (could accommodate approximately 3 strangers, any more would be uncomfortable), but the water is still and I'm not certain if it was actually from the hot springs. We were grateful that the usual amenities were provided (toiletries, body lotion, hairdryers). There were other onsens nearby which were open for day trips, but we were turned away by the prices (bearing in mind that we had just travelled from onsen heaven, Kusatsu town). Location-wise, while we were given a free shuttle ride from and to Karuizawa Station during check-in and check-out, we had to find our own way around the rest of the time. There are some attractions in the Naka-Karuizawa area, but the main highlights are nearer to the Karuizawa Station. The walk from the hotel to Naka-Karuizawa Station (one stop away from Karuizawa Station) takes about 10-15 minutes, and the street lights can get rather dim by 7pm and are almost non-existent by 10pm. Alternatively, there are buses that ply the area, but the bus fares were nearly double the train fares and accessibility of information was an issue (it was hard looking up bus timetables online). Another alternative is to rent bicycles from the hotel at ¥1000 per day. Service-wise – hit and miss. Some of the staff were friendly and helpful, others not so. A few of them were able to communicate in English. Food-wise, there were some decent options (e.g. Harunire Terrace), but not always budget-friendly and most close by evening (sans restaurants, with pretty steep prices). There is a 7-11 about 100m away but consumption of food in the store is not allowed. It closes at 11pm. All in all, if you're fine with sacrificing some creature comforts and travelling longer distances to save on accommodation, this hotel could be one of your considerations. But if your budget is not the main priority, there may be better options els

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Reviews for Karuizawa Hotels

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LONGINGHOUSE Kyukaruizawa Suwanomori
4.5/54 Reviews
The room is large and has a very British style. The room even provides a curling iron, which is a perfect detail. It is very close to Old Ginza Street. The overall accommodation experience is very good. I will go there again next time.
Design Hotel Space K
4.6/541 Reviews
Design hotel space is a nice gem. It was a cold winter when we were there. The hotel feels like a warehouse converted into 2 levels. The ceiling in the toilet is not tall. One thing i liked about the hotel is the heater. It is strong and makes the room comfortable at 1 degree outside the hotel. It is about 10 mins walk from the outlet shopping mall. One advice is to finish your shopping in the outlet before the sky turns dark. Reason is because there are no lighting (pitch dark) when we were walking along the street to the hotel. Will definitely stay again if I am at karuizawa with the affordable price and comfortable room.
Le Grand Karuizawa Hotel & Resort
4.3/528 Reviews
At the moment I arrived by car, the scenery of the building scattered on the slope spread, the non daily nature spread, and it was a little exciting. The hospitality was good overall. The dinner of the pride was generally delicious. However, it seems that it is probably the taste of the material, and it is dared, but how many goods I wanted a little more salty? The steak of the heart was fortunately salty. The breakfast was a buffet style, but it was delicious enough, but I feel room for a little more. It is a pity that the bread was not good. I felt like I would try it again in different seasons.
Karuizawa Pension Sato No Nukumori
3.8/538 Reviews
The hotel is fine, it suits me too well. Each room has a single bed. The hotel has public toilets and public baths. Falling to the ground is a bit inconvenient. But this price is fine in Karuizawa. It is recommended not to choose Karuizawa if domestic friends come to Japan and want to ski. Karuizawa is a favorite of Hong Kong and Taiwanese. And it is expensive because it is close to Tokyo, but the skiing conditions are nothing compared to Hakuba. There are so many people, it takes too much time to line up to rent clothes and equipment and to line up for the cable car, and the equipment and cable car tickets are twice as much as Baima. Last time I went to Baima to stay at the same price as this hotel, but the facilities at Baima Hotel are too strong. There are few Asians in the White Horse and many whites. Please coaches are all white coaches. In Hakuba Village, Japan, you can take a bus to Hakuba Goryong Station.
Hotel Cypress Karuizawa
4.5/584 Reviews
I stayed in a room with an open-air bath 2. My husband and 2 It's too big for people. The dinner at the hotel was expensive, so I was going to eat out, but there was a microwave, a large refrigerator, and a nearby supermarket, so I had both meals in a comfortable room. One thing to say is that the bedding was not a bed, so it was a little hard with tatami mats. The room with an open-air bath for my son and his wife was a bed. I would like to stay again when I go to Karuizawa.
Karuizawa Forest Seasons Villa
4.8/537 Reviews
When I first saw this hotel on Ctrip, I knew it was the style I liked. It was quiet and quiet, which met my requirements for this vacation. The landlord Daguo is a Chinese who has lived in Japan for many years, and there is no barrier to communication. As long as you make a reservation in advance, he can pick you up from Karuizawa Station for free. If you want to go elsewhere, he can also help call a taxi. He will also recommend suitable attractions based on guests' preferences. This time I stayed in a small wooden house called Kaze. The woody fragrance in the house was very good. Later I learned that it was Muji's woody essential oil. I planted it and bought it when I returned to Shanghai. The house is well-equipped with all the imaginable hosts, including pots and pans, condiments, coffee, tea and snacks. The hotel currently does not have a restaurant, but it is very convenient to eat at the villagers' canteen one kilometer nearby, or you can go to the supermarket to buy ingredients and make your own meals, so you don't have to worry about eating at all. Daguo said that the fourth villa currently under construction will be the best fire restaurant in Karuizawa. I hope I can experience it next time I come back. The Dyson hair dryer, Bamuda kettle, New York le labo toiletries, American Klipsch Bluetooth speakers, and real fire pellet stove provided by the hotel all reflect the landlord's attentiveness and taste. Especially the fluffy, soft and fragrant quilt made me sleep particularly peacefully as I often have trouble sleeping during travel. The only regret this time was that only my best friend and I stayed at the hotel. We were not able to experience the outdoor barbecue and missed the heavy snow in Karuizawa. I hope I can make up for it in the future.

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