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at Hotel Manyotei

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... some bad reviews but it was actually pretty good. I got a room in the 9th floor (top floor) with a view of the Kinugawa...
... the foyer decor. As a family travelling with 2 children the room and hotel were fine for us. It was very quiet when we were...
... rooms in the evening. We were on a half board deal. The ding room was tradition low tables and you sit on the floor. We found...
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WanderLady28 wrote a review Oct 2016
Spain197 contributions46 helpful votes
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I was a bit unsure about this hotel because it had some bad reviews but it was actually pretty good.
I got a room in the 9th floor (top floor) with a view of the Kinugawa river which was really nice!
The room was clean...well mostly because there was a used towel inside the closet space but other than that it was pretty hygienic.

The shower in the room only had cold water but it didn't matter because there is a hot spring bath downstairs.

Apparently they have a bar, karaoke too which opens at 8:30pm which is such a Japanese thing to have.

The room was quiet and i had a good nights sleep.
For its cheap price i think its not bad.

If you are looking for something modern and fancy this is not the place for you but for a budget trip I think its pretty much the best you can get for the price. We payed 4300yen per person for a night which is almost the same as a night in a hostel. and for a room with a view and hot springs bath i think its a bargain

lots of free parking
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Date of stay: October 2016
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lindley2016 wrote a review Jun 2016
Brisbane, Australia56 contributions14 helpful votes
This hotel is a little out of the main town area but it is only a short taxi ride from the station. Set high up and overlooking the hills and the river ravine the views are lovely. we were there at the end of winter so it was quite chilly but i would imagine the views in Autumn would be awesome. The rooms were spacious and traditional. and we loved the foyer decor. As a family travelling with 2 children the room and hotel were fine for us. It was very quiet when we were there and we enjoyed the onsen. We had breakfast included as part of the deal which was a great experience. A really traditional meal served by an lovely lady Goma who explained all the meal to us and took great care of us all. We saw monkeys in the hills when walking in the area around the hotel and all in all it was a very peacful and lovely experience.
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Date of stay: March 2016Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Ask for a room overlooking the river, lovely views.
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daryl500 wrote a review Nov 2015
lancashire England82 contributions33 helpful votes
Stayed here one night November 15 as part of a trip through Japan. We arrived by car and there is ample parking. Check in was easy despite the lack of English spoken. The hotel felt outdated and needed a bit of a makeover. No carpets on the landing areas made it noisy when other guests came to their rooms in the evening. We were on a half board deal. The ding room was tradition low tables and you sit on the floor. We found the food to be of a very low standard and it was one of the worst meals I have had in a long time. We have had local Japaese food in many other places and it is usually very high quality.
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Date of stay: November 2015Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: A river view room
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Len H wrote a review Aug 2015
Stockholm, Sweden639 contributions77 helpful votes
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The hotel lies between two train stations, with about 1,7 km to each station. It is difficult to find even on the Internet maps, because it is only written in Japanese. That fact makes it difficult to find out how to get there as well by train. We were quite tired after riding various trains for 8 hrs. The surrounding area is mountainous and green with a white river close. We came just before sunset and saw this Soviet style building from a distance, but when we came closer, the hotel looked rather pleasant. We were exhausted and hungry when we came. The check in went smooth and one man in the reception spoke a bit English. The futons where already made on the floor, but the bed sheets were not clean and we had them exchanged. The room was silent and quite large, with a balcony facing the Onsens and the stream/river. We were looking forward to have some dinner after freshening up in the Onsen. On the way down to the Onsen I passed the restaurant on the second floor where dozen Japanese people ate sukiyaki, which looked tasty. The Onsen interior was tasteful and I enjoyed it very much, even though I was tired and hungry. I went up to the reception and asked if we also could eat sukiyaki in the restaurant because it was only partly occupied, but the answer was no! 😟 Instead we were directed to the hotel tavern. One would find more and tastier dishes in a gas station. The portions were small and rather tasteless. I had to still my hunger with beer instead. Luckily I had a meal bar in my suitcase for situations like this. We slept nicely on the futons and had an early Onsen in the morning (it opens a 5 am). We ate breakfast in the restaurant where we earlier were refused to go to. The breakfast was served at the table and was good and tasty. When we checked out, we asked in the reception if could buy the robe, because it could be a good memory of the Onsen. Sadly, the answer was again no. However, before we left we got a small wash towel. We then walked back with our suitcases to the station, just to discover that the train we were supposed to take, didn't stop at our station. If we would have known, we would have had a short visit of the World Square or gone down to the river. I wish we could have seen more of the Nikko area, because it is very beautiful even in bad weather. I don't know if I would stay here again, but it deserves a second chance.
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Date of stay: August 2015Trip type: Travelled with family
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