A great choice for a stay in Fukushima, Yoshikawaya features a free airport shuttle. Guests indulge in massages, then grab a bite to eat at the restaurant. An indoor pool, a bar/lounge, and a sauna are other features.
Richmond Hotel Fukushima Ekimae is about 1 minute walk from JR Fukushima station. You can find Richmond Hotel Fukushima at west exit of Fukushima station. Enjoy a calm time in a relaxed atmosphere with stately design facilities. Wide desks, trouser presses and free wifi will provide you a comfortable stay. Our hotel is located in Fukushima, Fukushima prefecture, having easy access from Tokyo and Ueno and Sendai by Tohoku Shinkansen Line. Fukushima city is also convenient for sightseeing. Most famous thing in Fukushima is Hot springs. There are many famous hot springs in japan.
This quiet Japanese-style inn is located in Takayu hot spring resort, which boasts 140 years of history. It features the rustic Japanese garden with a small stream running through, and every guestroom faces the garden to offer guests a comfortable stay. Relax in 7 milky hot spring baths dotted in the garden, flowing directly from the source.
Sansuiso is a great choice for a stay in Fukushima. Guests will have free perks like WiFi and self parking. A bar/lounge and a garden are other highlights, and rooms offer deep soaking tubs and refrigerators.
This hotel stands in the quietest part of the onsen resort area, overlooking mountains and a river with the best scenery in the area. There are three public open-air baths apiece for men and women, and this fun hotel has a festive yet relaxing onsen atmosphere.
Located centrally in Iizaka Onsen hot spring resort, just 10 minutes from Fukushima-Iizaka IC, this hotel's baths feature a bath filled from 3 different spring sources and a carbonated spring. The buffet is also very popular. A 350 person capacity buffet restaurant "Live Kitchen Hanamomo" was opened in August 2010.
Located in front of JR Fukushima Station, this hotel is suitable for business and sightseeing. The beautiful landscapes of Mt. Azuma and Adatara Mountains can be seen from the restaurant and guestrooms.
Pros: The hotel is older but very well maintained. Our room was clean and comfortable. It's a really good stay for the price. The front desk staff speaks enough English to get by. Some of the night staff does not, but they were very accommodating using Google translate. Great experience.
Cons: The bed is a little hard and there is no air conditioning, but the staff gave us a key to open the window. Parking was about 500 yen and a block down the street.
Enjoy your visit to Fukushima with a stay at The Celecton Fukushima. You can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or wind down at the end of the day with a drink from the bar/lounge. Rooms offer up nice touches like deep soaking tubs and slippers, along with flat-screen TVs and refrigerators.
Guests arriving at the hotel are greeted with beautiful wild flowers of the season. The hotel's female head chef puts guests at ease with carefully-crafted delicacies, and guests can relax in the hotel's fresh, naturally-flowing hot spring water.
When you stay at Hotel Hananoyu in Koriyama, you'll be minutes from Gensen Shrine. This ryokan is within the region of Asahi Brewery Fukushima and Jodomatsu Park.
Be sure to enjoy recreational amenities including an outdoor pool and a sauna.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services and laundry facilities. Free self parking is available onsite.
Take a dip in the new open-air bath (opened October 2010, reservations required). 100% natural onsen water pumped directly into the baths, without airing. Let time pass slowly as you relax amongst the glittering green of Bandai's natural surroundings and one of Oshu's most famous hot springs.
Located near a train station, Chisun Inn Fukushima Nishi Ic is a great choice for a stay in Fukushima. Guests will have free perks like WiFi, self parking, and wired Internet. Refrigerators and slippers are offered in all rooms.