This hotel began operating in 2009 with the opening of the Urabandai Yarokunuma Onsen. In the years since, the Shiki-no-Yu panoramic open-air bath was built, and renovations were conducted on the guest rooms and hotel interior and exterior in order to provide guests more luxurious accommodations. The hotel staff treat guests with warm, heartfelt hospitality and serve premium cuisine dishes to ensure guests have only the best stay. Located in majestic Mt. Bandai, the hotel offers fantastic seasonal views. See the fresh leaves of spring, feel the refreshing breeze of summer, admire the colored foliage of autumn, and behold the silvery white world of winter. Spend a relaxing time at this hotel surrounded by the vast, natural scenery filled with the delights of Urabandai.
This small hotel offers carefully prepared meals and warm hospitality. Japanese cuisine dishes enjoyed using chopsticks are served. The staff are happy to assist guests with information on sightseeing in the Urabandai area.
Pros: Staff was very courteous from the time we arrived til the time we left.
Cons: Nothing to dislike
Pros: In a really pretty part of the country, and the bar / play room was good fun for drinks in the evening.
Cons: The room was clean, but a little run-down and outdated. It really isn't close to anything other than the great views. it's far from a complaint, but it's worth pointing out to first ...
Urabandai Lake Resort features a free ski shuttle and puts you near winter activities like downhill skiing and cross-country skiing. You can indulge in facials or aromatherapy, and Hibara Dining, one of 3 restaurants, serves breakfast and dinner. There are 3 bars/lounges and a sauna, and rooms get the details right with deep soaking tubs and slippers. Skiers will appreciate access to ski storage and rentals.
A log pension house with the scent of wood drifting in the air. There is a spacious dining room with a high ceiling. For dinner, look forward to an original French cuisine meal prepared with local ingredients. For breakfast, enjoy bagels, especially popular among female guests.
Pros: The price/quality ratio was great. The room was spacious and with a nice view, the hotel was very quiet and had lots to do : tennis, pool, onsen... Food was a bit expensive so we didn't try ...
Cons: A bit more choice for food with more affordable or casual food would be welcome.
Pros: Restaurants were great. Fantastic food.
Cons: Parking a bit inconvenient and breakfast not great.
Pros: Hospitable staff! Very good/fresh Japanese breakfast(organic natto, rice, miso soup, mentaiko, various side dishes)...all very fresh and use local ingredients. Very moderate Western breakfast ...
Cons: Some snowboarders did not have good manners but this was not the hotel's fault. (they are not always considerate of all users...and sometimes make huge crater holes on the snow surface!!!) ...
URABANDAI GRANDECO TOKYU HOTEL features downhill skiing and snowboarding. You can indulge in body treatments or aromatherapy, and Dining Room Clair, one of 3 restaurants, serves breakfast and dinner. There are 2 bars/lounges and an indoor pool, and rooms get the details right with bathrobes and slippers. Ski passes, storage, rentals, and lessons are also available.
Cons: Staff seems to be there at least partly in physical presence only (daydreaming ?). If you like to have a Coffee or a small snack in the Coffee Shop, nobody is there and nobody is realizing that hotel ...
Pros: Onsen was fantastic, shuttle to ski resort excellent, service was great.
Cons: bad!dirty!no service! like Elderly nursing home!!
Pros: Speedy setup of futon mattresses. Very close to Dali museum.
Cons: Elevators are small and slow. The whole facility is a bit dated.
Pros: Slept, in middle of summer, with room window open - lovely cool air at night. Very family-friendly, helpful staff, nice outdoor hot spring bath. Free shuttle to start of Goshikinuma path. Short ...
Cons: Although clean and comfortable, hotel decor is outdated.
Pros: Huge rooms with nice mountain views. Nice outdoor baths.
Cons: Sprawling, lacking in charm and character, very expensive for a glorified business hotel.
Pros: Great location, close to the Goshikinuma hiking course. In addition, very good outdoor onsen, restaurants inside the facility and good Japanese style room
Pros: Onsen on site and Japanese robes. Large rooms, great traditional Japanese breakfast. Gift shop in the hotel can ship luggage to the airport
Cons: Beds in western style rooms not that comfortable
At Urabandai Royal Hotel, you'll be near winter activities like downhill skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing. After relaxing at the sauna, guests can enjoy Japanese cuisine at Shiki, which is one of 3 restaurants and serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. All rooms offer deep soaking tubs, flat-screen TVs, and refrigerators. Ski storage and rentals are also available.
Hotelli Aalto is a luxury resort hotel surrounded by beautiful lakes and lush nature of Urabandai. This area is known for Goshiki-numa, a popular tourist destination, and Morohashi Museum of Modern Art, where a variety of artworks by Salvador Dali and many other artists are on display. Look forward to enjoying a relaxing soak in hot spring baths with water that naturally flows from the source.
This resort hotel is located in the center of the Urabandai Highlands, which is home to over 300 lakes and marshes. Soak in the large communal bath and relax in the guestrooms while enjoying the beautiful natural landscapes through the windows.
A resort hotel cradled in the rich nature of Urabandai, near the cluster of five lakes called Goshikinuma. Enjoy spending a relaxing time in spacious rooms, and savor the impeccable flavors of authentic Italian cuisine.