Finding an ideal family-friendly onsen hotel in Otofuke-cho does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Daiheigen, a nice option for travellers like you.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and you can stay connected during your stay as Hotel Daiheigen offers guests free internet access.
The onsen hotel features 24 hour front desk, room service, and baggage storage. Plus, Hotel Daiheigen offers a hot tub and an on-site restaurant, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While staying at Hotel Daiheigen, you may want to check out Dengaku (0.2 mi) which is a short walk away.
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular parks, such as Tokachigaoka Park and Suzuran Park.
Hotel Daiheigen looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Otofuke-cho.
Hotel is old, dated, musky, bearing its age We arrived late at night and departed early morning, so the 24 hour open onsen was a MAJOR attraction, much appreciated after a tiresome journey! Hotel is clearly frequented by large groups of Asian tourists NOTE: No wifi anywhere except the hotel lobby LOVELY, QUAINT, CHARMING 24 HOUR ONSEN There is a 30 minute cleaning period before the routine gender changeover at midnight. Enjoy the beautiful snow-capped outdoor onsen ( rotenburo) with the bare trees in the garden, or the equally relaxing enclosure stone rotenburo. ROOMS Clean, comfortable tatami rooms with kimono and slippers. Japanese Teabags and tea table ensuite Bathroom has toilet electric bidet with seat warmer! SERVICE Staff have Limited English, but communication adequate. FOOD Group tour style breakfast with Limited variety and spread. SUMMARY; PLUS: 24 HOUR ONSEN MINUS: WIFI only in LOBBY…
The rooms are warm and the tatami great. The bath more than make up for the tired bodies of us coming in from the frigid cold. They gave us some coupons for shopping in the hotel which was a bonus. We enjoyed their hospitality as they try their best to serve even with a language barrier. Food is above average. For this price, I'd say it is good. This place is clean, warm and friendly. Thanks again to their staff for making our stay pleasant.
This is a large hotel with average facilities. Reception staff were not particularly welcoming. Buffet dinner and breakfast choices average compared to other hotels we stayed at. Our room was very large and had Japanese décor which was pleasant.
Clean rooms with Japanese style sleeping on raised platforms with tatami mats. However wifi facilities were not available in the rooms and only available on the ground floor. A seating area with tables and chairs are provided for guests who wish to use the wifi. Onsen was available at the hotel. Buffet Dinner and breakfast were reasonably good.
Stayed 4 nights in Hokkaido, 3 nights at two other hotels and the last night at the Hotel Daiheigen because it was a good place to stop on our way back to the airport. This hotel made me realise how great our other two hotels were. Good points: The room was clean, the onsen was nice. Bad points: The hotel thinks clearly that catering to Chinese tour groups is the easiest way to make money. Being in the reception and restaurant/buffet rooms was like being in Beijing. Noisy, pushy groups of tourists. Not many Japanese or European tourists. The food was pretty terrible. The staff were idiots(really! they were so unhelpful and looked miserable) Not much to do outside the hotel either. So if you just want a hotel to stay one night and enjoy listening to noisy chinese tourists then this place might be for you. But if you are going to Hokkaido to enjoy onsen, good food, meet Japanese people etc. then avoid this hotel.…
The hotel staff wasn't helpful. I arrived hotel at 5 pm and was told my buffet dinner was 7 or 7:30pm only. I told the staff that I came here is for the ice festival and asked possibly to have the earliest dinner time like 6 or 6:30pm ( since the hotel dinner time is from 6 to 9 pm and the shuttle bus provided by the hotel to that festival is 7:20 or 7:50). U know the hotel staff said can't change the earlier time that made me sooooo disappointed!!! So I walked to the dinner venue and "beg" the staff please let me have dinner earlier around 6:30 so that I can catch the shuttle bus to the festival. Also, the hotel room was so small and very hot, I saw most guests have to open the room door to let the air in. Finally, the hotel instruction was unclear. I asked couples time should I make the reservation for the bus to JR station, staff just said no no and never tell me that is the public bus instead of hotel shuttle bus. So on that day I waited for the bus in the lobby area, u know the public bus wasn't stopped in front of the hotel, that was just outside the bus stop, then finally I missed the bus!!!!! I have to take the taxi there which cost 3000 yen!!!!!! The hotel staff was not helpful and made me very very disappointed. I won't recommend this to anyone!!!!!!…
Hotel is not bad. Onsen is big, got outdoor and indoor. Room toilet is very small but basically you will go onsen there to do all the washing. Hotel dinner and breakfast buffet is average. Room is tatami style
Great room and onsen. Close to the park and was able to walk to it and to the river. Food excellent. Easy to overeat. Had to request the laying of the bedding. Guess they forgot. Hotel never told us that there is a free shuttle to/from the train station. The bus center gave us a coupon once they knew we were staying at the hotel. We then had to request the coupon from the hotel upon checkout so we could ride free.
A nice resort with Japanese tatami rooms. Nice onsen with an outdoor bath (rotenburo). Great breakfast buffet in a large room to accommodate tour groups. A ramen shop opens 9 at night. WI-FI in the lobby only.
Quite old built onsen hotel, but nevertheless provides good service, comfortable tatami rooms, and lovely onsen baths - especially for winter. The meals served are also wonderful. Definitely good for staying.