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Yuyado Miyuki Hotel Miyuki
5/51 Reviews
The hotel is very comfortable and the room is very clean and very comfortable.
Kusatsu Onsen Kusatsu Hotel1913
4.7/548 Reviews
We stayed for one night on November 28. Reservation is HP of Kusatsu Hotel. We booked a main building corner room with two meals per night. You can pick up and drop off by car from Kusatsu Onsen Bus Terminal. Kusatsu Hotel is a beautiful Japanese style inn with a wooden 3-story building built on the high ground of the entrance to the West Kawahara Park. The quaint building is very good atmosphere. The antique furnishings and decorated raw flowers were modest and beautiful. The adjacent Kataoka Tsurutaro Museum of art seems to be operated by Kusatsu Hotel. The corner room on the 3 floor of the main building was a good room with a good view with two corners surrounded by windows. The old wooden frame window feels good. Thanks to the snow that had fallen the day before, we enjoyed the snowy scenery of Kusatsu.The ”Okuba” of the restaurant, which was extended to 2020, is a modern and bright atmosphere while leaving a Japanese taste. The breakfast and evening meals were beautiful, and all the dishes using fresh ingredients were delicious. The public bath (open-air two hot water) is also in a new separate building. It is full of openness and is kept clean. With a large inner bath with a source hanging water and an open-air bath, Kusatsu! It was a very pleasant hot water. (West Kawahara source) Kusatsu Hotel, great satisfaction with a wonderful inn as word of mouth!
Ekinariya Ryokan
5/52 Reviews
The staff of the hot spring hotel is very polite and kind, will choose to stay again! The environment is antique and very tasteful 👍🏻👍🏻
Hotel New Koyo
3.5/540 Reviews
Overnight with 3 friends. [Room] A spacious room for the price. Of course, the season is included, but you can see the Kusatsu Onsen ski resort from the window, and there is a feeling of omission. There are some points that I'm worried about, such as the small TV and the dark lighting, but I think it's appropriate because the price is the price. Please note that you can hear the sound of the corridor reasonably. [Bath] There is no locker with a key in the bath (!), so you must leave the room key at the front desk in advance. The quality of the spring is said to be Kusatsu Onsen, and you can enjoy the hot springs firmly (the body is tingling until you get used to it). There are only two open-air baths and indoor baths, but the quality of the springs was good, so the satisfaction was high. However, it is quite a pity that the sliding door of the open-air bath was rattling, and when I opened it, it fell off and fell down. There is a risk of injury, so I would like you to fix it as soon as possible. Also, in winter, the sliding door seems to freeze, so it will not open unless you put a lot of effort into it. You can take a bath even in the middle of the night or early in the morning, so it is recommended for those who want to enter many times (however, towels are charged from the second). [Cooking] Although it is a buffet style, guests gather at almost the same time, so everyone will line up to cook. Depending on the accommodation plan, dishes other than buffets are also prepared on the desk. Gunma's specialty tama konnyaku and vegetable curry were delicious, but the others were mediocre. Rather, some were not very delicious. Especially the crab and abalone according to the plan were disappointing ... Overall, it felt like a training camp. [Others] When walking from Kusatsu Onsen Yubatake, be careful as you have to walk on a fairly sloping road. It is quite close to Kusatsu Onsen Ski Resort by car. If this content is less than 10,000 yen per person, it is good at all. It is not suitable for romantic trips, but if there is a main purpose other than the hotel, I think the cost performance is high.
Kindai Pension
4/53 Reviews
It felt like the food hadn't evolved from the pension culture of the 80's. It seems that you can claim to be French if you have fish and meat dishes. The river fish was simple and good, but the meat was placed on a hot bedrock that ruined the quality and volume. If it was served on a normal plate, I could have enjoyed the medium to the end. oh sorry. The soup (morning and evening) and the scrambled eggs (morning) were unnaturally thick and unappetizing, as if some kind of thickener had been used. And the ultimate dessert. It was a quality like a service dessert for lunch in the 1,000 yen range (especially dry because I have a sweet tooth). On the other hand, the bath is truly Kusatsu! It was the first time in a while that makes me think. I don't like public baths, so if it's empty, I can always lock it and go in by myself.
Kamenoi Hotel Kusatsu Yubatake
4/559 Reviews
It is newly renovated, probably a renovation, but the details still show traces of old age, there is a lot of dust, and the countertops are very dusty. Because we are not driving by ourselves, it is quite far to walk to the hotel. However, after checking in, the hotel will send you a password for the Yubata shortcut. It only takes 3 minutes to walk to Yubata. However, I think the service is very good. You can't make calls in the room, and my phone card only has Internet function. I went to the front desk to borrow it. The hotel staff were very nice and helped me make calls. It took up a lot of their time and they were not impatient. Thank you very much. The price is very affordable, and you get two meals for one stay (both are buffets, with many varieties, and they are delicious), plus a dandan noodle for midnight snacks. There should be 3 types that are randomly changed every day, and they are small and delicious.

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