Pros: The service is one of the best I've experienced so far. Need more English speaking stuffs though. Open air bath is superb.
Cons: the town is like a ghost town! Dinner is good but too much veggy lol Breakfast is perfect though.
Pros: The staff were friendly and welcoming, and we were given a welcome tea in the waiting lounge by our guide to warm ourselves and relax first from our drive. The dinner was excellent! It was ...
Cons: We were lucky enough to be driving in the snow (early February), but we did briefly get lost trying to get the hotel. The road is narrow and can be tricky as there in the small intersection just ...
Situated in Aizuwakamatsu, this ryokan is within a 15-minute walk of Nepal Museum, Aizu Sake Museum, and Hideyo Noguchi Memorial Hall. Iimoriyama and Oyakuen Garden are also within 15 minutes.
Pros: Quite good ryokan with great open air bath. Stuffs are good but can't communicate in English except one lady who's from Philippines. There are many thing to do in this ryokan which is great ...
Cons: No wifi in the room and restaurant is too small.
Located near a train station, Ookawaso is a great choice for a stay in Aizuwakamatsu. Guests indulge in massages, then grab a bite to eat at the restaurant. Other highlights include an indoor pool and a garden.
This hotel is located in a peaceful hot spring area on the clear Okawa river. Guests can enjoy views of the river while soaking in the large communal bath with a 30-meter glass window. The hotel also offers a cedar bath and open-air baths.
Pros: All the staff were friendly , helpful and professional . They were also informative and encouraging with their help on Japanese food . The breakfasts and dinners were excellent .
Pros: Junko San was the perfect guest liasion her and the other staff made me feel very welcome. They were also very adept at introducing guests to each other. This made my stay a richer experience.
Pros: We were treated like royalty, and at a very good price. The breakfast was also amazing. The rooms were comfy and you could tell the staff were passionate by how happy they were to show us around. This...
Pros: Beautiful inn, great value for the money. A wonderful place if you want to experience the setting of a ryokan without the high cost. The cooked meals were great, and the room was spacious and lovely. ...
Pros: The staff were genuinely kind, absolutely fantastic. Room and bath were quite nice.
Cons: Unlike a hotel, you can't access your room between around noon and 4pm, which is inconvenient.. But the Ryokan experience is worth it.
Pros: The staff were very friendly and helpful. The food for breakfast and dinner was amazing, good value, good variety and lots of it. The ryokan was very comfortable, warm, clean and not noisy. Great ...
Pros: The staff is very sweet and helps you plan your day. The breakfast is delicious and very filling. The setting is beautiful, not only the room but the dining room are in traditional style. The room is ...
Cons: Though I loved the Japanese breakfast, the fried egg with ponzu and onion was too much for me in the morning. The breakfast is very early for me (last chance at 8), I was not hungry enough yet. You ...
Pros: The staff of ryokan was very nice. The food was really delicious and I recommend every travelers to Aizuwakamatsu should at least try once. The ryokan was gorgeous and I like it very much! It is not ...
Cons: If you can speak Japanese, your experience will be much more wonderful
Pros: Staff with big smiles and extremely courteous. Food provided (breakfast) was gorgeous. The public bath facility is outstanding.
Cons: No hair dryer in the guest room. Had to go to the public bath downstairs for hair dryer use.
Pros: The atmosphere as you step into the tiny garden from the street is awesome and the rest of the building lives up to this.
Pros: Dinner and, particularly, breakfast was excellent.
Cons: An onsen hotel in an onsen without natural onsen water. The bath water smelled of chlorine. The view from the rotenburo was blocked by a huge square pillar. To actually bathe in onsen water you would ...
Pros: Although, staff could not speak English fluently, they tried to explain and answer all my queries as much as they can. Room is nice. Mattress is comfortable, I had good sleep. Dinner and breakfast ...
Cons: Access to the hotel was not clear at the first place, so I decided to take taxi from train station instead of bus and hotel free shuttle bus. Shower and toilet are really small.
Pros: Very good Japanese style breakfast with regional produce; very friendly staff who were very helpful; beautiful view from the open air onsen at the top floor
Cons: the village Higashiyama onsen doesn't have much to offer with regards to restaurants or shopping, but it's close enough to Aizu-Wakamatsu (there is a bus to town each hour)
Kutsurogijuku Chiyotaki is a great choice for a stay in Aizuwakamatsu. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out the restaurant, and the bar/lounge is the perfect spot to grab a drink at the end of the day. Refrigerators and free WiFi are offered in all rooms.
Pros: We travelled here with my husband's elderly parents, who required a Western Room, whilst our family of 4 were happy with Western or Japanese. We were delighted to find ourselves in their most ...
Cons: The hotel looks pretty ordinary when you drive up to it, but its facade belies the quality of the rooms and the dining area. Perhaps it could do with some plants or paintwork to spruce it up. The ...
Pros: Outdoor bath was very pleasant. Inside of hotel was quiet and calm well.
Cons: Cafeteria is very crowded and have to take buffet in long line. Seat also very croeded like a company's cafeteria, it was worst.
Onyado Toho is a great choice for a stay in Aizuwakamatsu. Guests indulge in massages, then grab a bite to eat at the restaurant. Rooms at this upscale ryokan offer LCD TVs, refrigerators, and bathrobes.
Pros: The hotel located in a valley and surrended by hills and river. I stayed here for 2 nights and enjoyed their food, onsen very much. The room is large and well equiped.
Pros: Our room had a nice view of the waterfall! Very comfortable facilities! Not to mention, we love that there is a little kids room.
Pros: Overall interior of the large hotel was beautiful and well-maintained. The room itself was as nice of a ryokan as I've ever seen. The reservation included meals and the dinner was very a high-end...
Cons: A little pricey, but you do get what you pay for. Not that close to the station, but is accessible by shuttle, bus, or taxi.
Plenty of precious hot spring water is overflowing in the baths at this natural onsen. The clear, colorless water has a viscous quality, leaving the skin feeling moisturized and beautiful. Please enjoy the natural breeze of Aizu from the open-air bath as well. Guests here can relax away the exhaustion of everyday life.
Located in Aizuwakamatsu, Nakamachi Fuji Grand Hotel is minutes from Suehiro Sake Brewery and close to Aizu Tourist Information Centre. This hotel is within close proximity of Aizu Sake Brewing Museum and Aizuwakamatsu Castle.
Stay in one of 148 guestrooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Wired Internet access (surcharge) is available to keep you connected. Conveniences include phones and desks.
Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as a sauna, or other amenities including complimentary wireless Internet access and an arcade/game room.
Pros: Good location. Lovely brekky buffet with stunning views for only $10 extra. Room comfy and clean with great views over city. Have stayed with the Washington chain before and will definitely again. ...
Cons: Only issue was that we couldn't get the air conditioner in our room working.
Pros: Good location, staff is very nice and warm welcome
Pros: location, near the railway station.
Cons: A room was small.
Pros: Cafe lunches were great
Cons: More fresh fruit on buffet More American buffet selections Issue more than one room key
Pros: modern ,worth money, near the train station , nice looking view with classical music all night.
Pros: Walking distance from Aizu-Wakamatsu station
Pros: They provide the good service for me. :)
The 3-star Aizuwakamatsu Washington Hotel is located at 3 minute walk from the JR Aizu-Wakamatsu Station. The Hotel is the perfect base for sightseeing and business. The city of Aizu Wakamatsu depicts traditional colorful beauty and contrasts and has a long and rich history. It is the perfect blend of Japanese old world charm and tradition, and the sophistication of modern culture. Aizu Wakamatsu has flourished for more than 600 years with the grand Tsuruga Castle at its heart. Merchant houses and warehouses (above all, white-walled sake breweries) line the streets of the old Lord Matsudaira´s castle town where you can really get a sense of the city´s long history. Sanjusangendo, our Japanese restaurant, boasts of hot-pots prepared in Aizu´s seasonal taste and locally-brewed sake. Sit comfortably with your friends and enjoy the taste of Aizuwakamatsu.
Pros: The staff was very kind and very helpful in every way. They went out of their way to take good care of us while we were staying there. The rooms were always clean and the breakfast was delicious! ...
Cons: I have no complaints, great location with delicious restaurants nearby.
Pros: The room is comfortable , hot springs/shower is great for relaxing and it has all kind of stores and restaurants around the Hotel, super nice location and assistance.
Cons: The hotel is super clean and organized, the assistants are kind and supportive ^^ It's a good option for those looking for a room!
Pros: The bath was nice and comfortable, the temperature wasn't too hot for me. It was clean as well. The breakfast was okay, considering it was free. I do wish that some things were replenished ...
Cons: The location wasn't great. It was quite far to a convenience store and there didn't seem to be quite enough parking, as every slot was filled. The layout of the room was a little odd as ...
Pros: Breakfast was good but not quite as nice as it's sister hotel in Muroran. The hotel felt pretty new and well kept and the room was a decent size and quite clean. The staff were helpful and ...
Cons: Nothing to complain about - Just a nice enough business hotel.
Pros: Public bath and massage chairs
Cons: Nice location
Cons: very small bathroom
Pros: Hotel Staff is really helpfull. Breakfast is nice. Hotel has onsen
Cons: Hotel is really far from the train station
Enjoy your visit to Aizuwakamatsu with a stay at Hotel Route-Inn Aizuwakamatsu. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Hanahanatei, which serves Japanese cuisine and is open for dinner. Refrigerators, slippers, and free WiFi are offered in all rooms.
Located near a train station, Ekimae Fuji Grand Hotel is a great choice for a stay in Aizuwakamatsu. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out Yellow Crane Tower, which serves Chinese cuisine and is open for lunch and dinner. Rooms offer flat-screen TVs and slippers.
A convenient base for guests on sightseeing or business trips. All rooms have wired and wireless LAN connection. There are Japanese-style and Western-style rooms, and 2 reservable baths are on site. A convenience store is located just 2 minutes on foot from the hotel.
For a fixed rate 365 days a year, enjoy soaking in naturally flowing hot spring waters of Higashiyama in Aizuwakamatsu, which have a thousand years of history. Savor seasonal ingredients in a variety of dishes at the delicious buffet. Karaoke is free of charge!