Pros: The decor was beautiful. Well thought out hotel.
Pros: loved the massage chair in the room.
Pros: Reception area is lovely to relax in. Room was good size for Japan, staff were very helpful. Location is great so close to the station.
Enjoy your visit to Takasaki with a stay at Hotel Coco Grand Takasaki. You can relax with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the 3 restaurants are nice spots to grab a bite to eat. Nice touches like premium bedding, pillow menus, and down comforters are offered up in all rooms.
Pros: It's my second time be there. As like before, staffs were friendly, onsen was good, good was comfy. Will be back again.!!
Pros: Staffs were very helpful and friendly, spoke good enough English. With public onsen in next building. Very good facilities. Breakfast with a lot of choices and taste very good, but on Sunday ...
Pros: New building and SPA is located in next block. Reasonable price.
Pros: I like the hot spring & the breakfast. We'll surely come back.
Cons: The room was smaller than it looks like in the picture.
Pros: The hotel was built or remodeled 1.5 years ago, so the rooms were modern, quiet and clean. The hot spring/spa (included in price) is heaven-sent!
Cons: Late check-out, even by an hour requires more payment. That's too bad. (Nothing can be done, but by western standards, the room are small-small.)
Pros: Value for money, with breakfast and spa.
Cons: The room is a little bit small
Pros: spa and hotel.
When visiting Fukaya, Hana Hotel Fukaya & Spa is a great choice to consider. Free perks include WiFi, self parking, and buffet breakfast daily between 6:30 AM and 8:30 AM. Rooms offer flat-screen TVs and refrigerators.
This hot spring hotel boasts its location, being only 20 minutes drive away from World Heritage Site Tomioka Silk Mill and only 90 minutes drive from Nerima IC. The hotel has 4 large communal baths and is said to be where the Shitakiri Suzume folktale originated.
Pros: located across from the train station clean and pleasant hotel. the staff was helpful and breakfast is included.
Cons: all was fine.
Pros: Good location. Just use the walkway to cross the road, take a lift down to the street level and walk a bit more. Public bath available but it was just plain water. Breakfast was quite good. MOST staff...
Cons: For this hotel, KEY CARDS are very sensitive issues! We stayed in a double room and politely asked for an additional key card (so that my wife and I could go out or go to the public bath independently...
Pros: Very convenience to travel by train.
Cons: 1.Breakfast very poor quality. 2.Most staff can't speak English , should develop their skill urgently!
Pros: Breakfast was great.
Cons: Was on the 9th floor when there was an earth tremor. Shogun -I.
Pros: It’s a surprise to me that they have a public bath.
Cons: The end time of breakfast is too early (9:30 pm).
Pros: Good location, good price
Pros: Very good breakfast! Free tea and coffee available all day. The bed was a good size. Large public bath.
Cons: The mattress was a bit too firm.
Pros: Location clean and value for money
Cons: Breakfast would have been better
Located near a train station, Hotel 1-2-3 Takasaki is a great choice for a stay in Takasaki. Free perks include hot/cold buffet breakfast and wired Internet. Refrigerators and down comforters are offered in all rooms.
Pros: Execellent location with parking facilities. Free ramen at night was a pleasant touch not seen in other hotels. Great onsen and great breakfast. Excellent Wi-fi.
Pros: Nice noodles for supper.
Pros: will return. great facility. good WiFi.
Cons: a bit of walk to train station and there is no complimentary shuttle bus. so if in hurry to catch train, try to leave 15 min earlier.
Pros: Lovely staff and excellent onsen on the topfloor. The room itself was spotless
Cons: The double bed was a bit small for my and my friend.
Pros: Location was good
Cons: English language support. Parking is expensive
Cons: It is pretty old
Pros: We drove to the hotel and arrived at 6pm. Our car was quickly checked into the garage storage and we proceed to check in which was very easy. Staff were more than pleasant and helpful. The rooms were ...
Cons: The pillows (probably could have asked the hotel for another?).
Enjoy your visit to Takasaki with a stay at Dormy Inn Takasaki Natural Hot Spring. The sauna makes for a relaxing end to the day, and freebies like WiFi and wired Internet are added perks. Rooms offer up nice touches like bathrobes and slippers.
Pros: room good - breakfast excellent , best we had in 2 weeks
Cons: location was not right for our purpose
Pros: Good value for money. Most facilities within the room.
Cons: Little outside the city. Breakfast spread was ok.
When visiting Takasaki, Hotel Sealuck Pal Takasaki is a great choice to consider. Free perks include WiFi, self parking, and buffet breakfast daily between 6:30 AM and 9 AM. Rooms offer up nice touches like deep soaking tubs, premium bedding, and slippers.
Pros: Great location. Extremely accessible through the train station
Pros: Location is great, the building is just attached with JR Takasaki Station. There are many shops and restaurants nearby.
Cons: It was my mistake not to check my booking reference, I guess... I wish when I did check in at the reception person should tell me my check out time. So, I did check out just before 11am. I had to pay ...
Pros: The location was excellent, very clean and friendly as well. Our original room was too small for 2 adults and a child but, fortunately, they had a king room available.
Pros: Fantastic location for anyone traveling by train with some not so small bags. Good comfort with above average (Japanese) amenities.
Cons: Room somewhat small but aligned with Japanese average.
Cons: No coffee in the room
Cons: Difficult to find hotel if driving
Pros: The location was great, I was able to enter the hotel straight from the station. The room was clean and comfortable.
Cons: It would have been better if breakfast was included.
Pros: Great location for visiting Tomioka Silk Mill UNESCO World Heritage Site
Pros: The staff was very attentive and courteous, particularly the manager Mr. Matsumoto. The double room for two people was a bit of a shoebox, but nice The hotel event dining was very tasty. ...
Cons: If you're going to have 'wash me' toilets that doesn't blow dry you afterwards, at least have proper 2-ply toilet tissue instead of thin single-ply. Speaking of thin, the bath ...
Pros: Very helpful staff. Close to metro.
Cons: Room doesn't smell good. No English speaking staff.
Hotel Metropolitan Takasaki is a great choice for a stay in Takasaki. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Brasserie Laurier, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Nice touches like deep soaking tubs and slippers are offered up in all rooms, along with LCD TVs and refrigerators.
Situated in Shibukawa, this ryokan is within a 10-minute walk of TokuTomi Roka Memorial Museum of Literature, Harunako Onsen, and Ikaho Green Bokujo. Mizusawa Temple and Ikaho Hoshina Art Museum are also within 15 minutes.
Pros: The hotel was conveniently a walking distance away from the main city train station. The room was very nice and clean. The staff were super friendly and accommodating. The breakfast was also great (I ...
Cons: Only problem is that there aren't that many establishments around the area.
Pros: The staff were so helpful!
Cons: The pillow was a little uncomfortable. Their machine wouldn't accept my credit card but it worked at other places.
Pros: Very nice staff, OK breakfast and no complaints about the wifi.
Cons: Unbelieveably small rooms! We had a double room and the bed, pushed against one wall, and a narrow desk was all that could fit in the room. Absolutely no space to put your suitcase and no closet. I ...
Pros: The Breakfast was quiet good and delicious. The bicycle service is one to definitely recommend.
Cons: The room was a bit small but that seems to be an japanese standard as it was the same at other hotels.
Pros: the girl in front desk can speak english.
Get rested and ready for anything at the Comfort Hotel Maebashi, just a short walk from the Maebashi City Train Station. We are also near the Maebashi Ekimae Natural Hot Spa, the Maebashi City Museum of Literature and Gunma University. Prepare for a successful day ahead with amenities like free continental breakfast, free high-speed Internet, free coffee, fax services and more. All spacious guest rooms and suites have flat-screen TVs, desks and hair dryers. Behind every great day is a great night at our Comfort Hotel Maebashi. Book now. Phone charge: 10 YEN per three minutes.
Cons: One thing I do not like is the hotel is the check out time is 10 am. Most of the hotels in Tokyo, if not all, the check out time is 11 am. I have to pay extra for been check out at 11 am. There is...
Pros: Free massage chair and the location of the hotel.
Pros: Good WiFi connection
Cons: Breakfast cpuld be better
Pros: Centrally located
Cons: Room was a little too small
Pros: The location is near the JR Station
Cons: The room size is too small n the parking fee
Pros: nice breakfast
Cons: staff do not speak English much but still communicate with guest.
Pros: having fresh bread for breakfast and soup and coffee/tea in the late afternoon... using their massage machines at night and using their brand new bikes for sightseeing was great!!
Cons: searching for Karizawa we came across this hotel and since it was our first time in Japan did not understood it's very far from that area though we enjoyed maebashi's beautiful nearby mountain...
Enjoy your visit to Maebashi with a stay at Country Hotel Maebashi. Guests will have free perks like WiFi and wired Internet. Rooms offer LED TVs, refrigerators, and slippers.
This hotel has a great location in the heart of Ashikaga and the facilities were remodeled in March 2004. There are large baths on the hotel's top floor where guests can enjoy the feeling of an onsen while looking out over downtown Ashikaga. This is an optimal choice for business or sightseeing.
Pros: Hot baths in the hotel Yukata and toiletry supply
Cons: A bit far from Ashikagashi train station (around 2km), but it is OK to take a taxi.
Pros: The staff as friendly, eager to help and fast.
Cons: The beds are so hard that we treated every night. I like nearby and my family stayed here. We sleep on futons, and are used to hard beds, but these beds were so hard that my family couldn't even ...
Pros: even though the staff doesn't speak English well， but all of them are very nice and helpful
Cons: room is small as the other hotel in Japan.
Situated in Ashikaga, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Ashikaga School, Banna-ji Temple, and Kusakumo Museum. Orihime Shrine and Tenjin Yama are also within 6 mi (10 km).
≪March 2016 Renewal≫ A historic town, enveloped by greenery and flowers, which looks out onto the clear waters of the Watarase. Located in a prime location in front of Ashikagashi Station, on the 9th floor, there are restaurants where guests can get a panoramic view of Ashikaga.
Pros: The price is good and the room I booked(double) is big enough!
Cons: There are some noises of the facet.
Pros: Value for money
Cons: Not enough wall socket for family room ,a bit far from station.
Pros: I like how reasonable the price of the room was.
Cons: Too far from the train station.
Cons: Cleaning, there are a lot of dust
Pros: Breakfast was very good and fair! Good value for money.
Cons: Bed was not so comfy.
Takasaki View Hotel is a great choice for a stay in Takasaki. Guests will have free perks like WiFi and wired Internet. Rooms offer up nice touches like deep soaking tubs and slippers, along with flat-screen TVs and refrigerators.
Pros: location, good breakfast and good staff service
Pros: Near station, spacious, free breakfast
Cons: Room so small for the price is to expensive
Pros: The hotel is very close to the train station. For the price, the accommodation was good and the breakfast modest but good. Very good location to visit the Ashikaga Flower Part which is located a ...
Cons: The rooms are very small and the breakfast very modest, but very acceptable considering the low room rates that this chain offers.
Pros: Very close to JR station. Value for money.
Pros: Just outside JR station, convenient for travelling by train.
Cons: We stayed in twin bed room which is so tiny and can jump into bed immediately after open the door. There is no space for us to open the luggage case ! I have visited Japan for over 20 times and this ...
Pros: Very close to Tochigi station. This hotel chain offers good value across the board. Free breakfast is a plus!
Cons: Room is kind of small
Pros: near JR
Cons: no wi-fi in lobby
Pros: The price was more than reasonable
Cons: The rooms where smaller than expected
Situated in Ashikaga, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Ashikaga School and Banna-ji Temple. Orihime Shrine and Kusakumo Museum are also within 2 mi (3 km).
When visiting Maebashi, Hotel Sanderson is a great choice to consider. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out KAWAHAN, one of 2 restaurants, which serves Japanese cuisine and is open for lunch and dinner. Rooms offer up nice touches like deep soaking tubs and slippers, along with LCD TVs and refrigerators.
Pros: The hotel is just a few minutes walk from both bus and train station, which is easy to find. Staffs are so polite and friendly.
Cons: Interior design looks like the '70th while its well maintenance carefully. The hotel is perfect for business trips.
Pros: The room was clean and the staff are easy to talk with. Very near the train station.
Pros: Location is perfect.
Pros: We booked online late in the afternoon. We were greeted by the staff who knew who we were as soon as we walked through the door. The hotel is very near the train station and was easy to find using ...
Cons: There was a water type stain on the 'very dark' bedspread which showed through. I am very particular about bed linen and this was a slight downside for me. I think if the linen was all pure ...
Pros: larger than typical Japanese hotel room - nice products in the bathroom
Pros: Very close to Ota(Gunma) Train Station. Room was quiet with very good wi-fi. Close to restaurants.
Cons: No fitness center.
Pros: Staff speak english and was very attentive. Good quality/price ratio
Hotel Monteroza Ohta is a great choice for a stay in Ota. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out Marble, which serves breakfast and lunch. Rooms offer up nice touches like deep soaking tubs and slippers, along with LCD TVs and refrigerators.