When visiting Zao, CHIKUSENSO Mt.Zao Onsen Resort&Spa is a great choice to consider. You can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant and visit the spa to be pampered with body wraps or aromatherapy. A bar/lounge, a health club, and a steam room are other highlights at this luxurious hotel.
Take a refreshing holiday in one of the 18 individual Japanese-style villas situated in the midst of the vast natural forest at the foot of Mt Zao. Soak in the natural free flowing hot spring baths and taste the natural vegetable oriented dishes. Daikon-no-Hana is a resort guests will want to visit every season of the year.
Yutomori Club is a forest spa resort where grown-ups can relax in the comfort of the woods. The award-winning tasteful cuisine prepared with highland vegetables is another great reason to choose this place.
This onsen yado (traditional Japanese-style inn with hot springs) is suitable for enjoying Zao's beautiful nature across the seasons. Guests can relieve their daily fatigue at the oriental therapy room and aesthetic salon. The amber-colored, weak alkaline spring water, constantly flowing directly from the hot spring source, leaves skin feeling smooth.
Guests are sure to enjoy the seasonal dishes and colorful baths. The hotel wastes no effort to ensure complete customer satisfaction. Enjoy natural hot spring baths constantly drawing water directly from the source, and 2 private baths, one stone and one ceramic, available for reservation at no cost.
Popular for its original kaiseki cuisine using the seasonal ingredients of Zao, Tamaya Ryokan also offers hot spring baths. Enjoy a relaxing soak in the flowing hot spring waters of the large communal bath or reservable bath.
A great choice for a stay in Zao, Miyagi Zao Royal Hotel features a nightclub. Guests can visit the spa to be pampered with massages, facials, or body treatments, and Shiki, one of 3 restaurants, serves dinner. There are 2 bars/lounges and an indoor pool, and rooms get the details right with deep soaking tubs and slippers.
Since its establishment over 130 years ago, this isolated authentic Japanese inn surrounded by nature remains true to their policy of accepting only small group bookings. In so doing, they maintain the area's tranquil environment and provide guests with a peaceful stay and a relaxing time in the hot spring baths poured directly from the source.