Opened in 2010, this hotel is right across the road from Nikko station and has a half-board option as the few local restaurants tend to shut early. With the Japanese and western options at dinner and breakfast, this hotel caters equally well for all its guests and provides a high level of service for a non-deluxe hotel. Rooms are compact but perfectly comfortable, and their hot spring baths (separate for men and women) are great to unwind in after a day exploring the temples. Like a lot of Japanese establishments, they have started to offer free wi-fi but so far only in the lobby area.
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