In October 2005, we opened a large open-air hot springs resort, Sen-no-kobore-yu. It is one of the richest and the largest hot-spring resorts in Hokuriku with various types of open-air hot-spring baths.
Located near a train station, Grandia Housen is a great choice for a stay in Awara. Guests indulge in massages, then grab a bite to eat at the restaurant. There's an outdoor pool and a bar/lounge, and rooms at this upscale ryokan offer LCD TVs and refrigerators.
When visiting Awara, Hokuriku Awara Onsen Mimatsu is a great choice to consider. The restaurant is a perfect spot to grab a bite to eat, and you can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge or visit the sauna for a relaxing end to the day. There's also a garden, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and refrigerators.
When visiting Awara, Seiryukaku is a great choice to consider. The sauna makes for a relaxing end to the day, and freebies like self parking and wired Internet are added perks. There's a garden, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and refrigerators.
A traditional Japanese inn with a lot to offer including a detached Japanese-style annex, rooms with open-air baths, and private baths available to rent. Meals are cooked only with the freshest ingredients purchased every morning from the central market.
This is a small Japanese-style ryokan. The ryokan's onsen has beneficial effects for lower back pain, rheumatism, and sore muscles. The hotel's kind staff do everything to ensure that the requests of all guests are met.