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The all you can eat and drink buffet was great! The baths were very nice and have a good view of the forest outside. It’s a very relaxing hotel and great after a long day in Nikko. Parking is very convenient too. Staff was pleasant and provided a great Japanese experience.
The rooms and hotel itself are a bit old and are due for remodeling. The room had a weird smell
The onsen was very nice, but the water is really hot. There are two types of baths and the usage hours are alternated between men and women. The breakfast had many choices and was tasty. Free drinks (coffee, tea, corn soup) are available in the lobby 24/7. The common area/ sitting area is very comfy: I particularly enjoyed the free massage chairs. Just what you need after a day of hiking. The Futons were soft, but we used 2 mattresses each. It is one of those typical hotels that shot up during the bubble times and are now trying to survive. There were some investments in the facilities (especially the Onsen) and while from the outside it looks very old, the inside is well maintained. The staff were friendly and helpful.
The rooms smelled like cigarettes, even the non smoking ones. We asked the staff to put us in a different room, but the smell was everywhere. The room was clean, but the halls need some more diligent cleaning. The futon and especially the blanket are quite short - I am 177cm and my feet were sticking out from the comforter. Thankfully they have extra blankets available for free in the lobby, which are longer.
We were making a small trip visiting several cities, and I had completely forgotten what the hotel was supposed to look like. So when we got to it, it was a pleasant surprise to find the beautiful building and rooms for such an accessible price. Staff was very friendly and explained how the hotel, meals, onsen worked. Room was large and dining area too, with several options to eat/drink. When we left the next morning, I asked if they could call a taxi to take us to Edo Wonderland, and they said they would take us (they have their own drivers). Too bad we didn't have time to use the onsen. We left feeling we could've stayed an extra day.
The buffet-style breakfast and dinner had a large variety of options to choose from. The staff were friendly and accommodating, they gave my SO and I a ride to the store during some rain as well as a ride the next day when we were heading to the local amusement park. The onsen on location was one of the better ones that I've been to. It is right above the river so a morning soak came with a gorgeous view.
Without a car, the location is a bit inconvenient to get around the area. The staff offered us rides which mitigated most of the issue but coming in and going out was a bit of a pain. The rooms were largely clean although it appeared as if a bug had been smashed on the balcony door prior to arrival.
Loved the room and futons cause it was soooo comfortable! The onsen was great and it came with all the necessary soaps and toiletries. It even had a corner for mangas, massage chairs and claw machines. There is a newly opened supermarket and drugstore 5-10min away which you can grab supper if you are hungry.
Location was a bit out of the way since the nearest station is at Tobu World Square which is the opposite direction of the tourist attractions. Also, the station opens late and closes early (around 9.30am to 5.30pm) so any timings outside that window, you'll need to head one stop earlier and either walk or get them to drive you. It is pretty dark at night too and there are not much street lights around so the walk back might be a bit scary unless you are in a group. We walked back almost everyday and nothing happened, so it's pretty safe. However, given the price, it was still pretty reasonable to us. Staff was not too fluent in English, even by Japanese standards, so communication can be quite difficult.
With a stay at HOTEL MANYOUTEI in Nikko, you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Tobu World Square and Edo Wonderland. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, multilingual staff, and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.
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