See why so many travellers make Tokachigawa Onsen Daiichi Hotel their onsen hotel of choice when visiting Otofuke-cho. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Rooms at Tokachigawa Onsen Daiichi Hotel offer a refrigerator and air conditioning providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
A convenience store and a gift shop are some of the conveniences offered at this onsen hotel. A sauna and an on-site restaurant will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Tokachigawa Onsen Daiichi Hotel, free parking is available.
While staying at Tokachigawa Onsen Daiichi Hotel, you may want to check out Dengaku (0.3 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.
At Tokachigawa Onsen Daiichi Hotel, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Otofuke-cho.
The hotel is beautifully made, with artistic touch all around the halls, lobby and rooms. It offers great facilities and restaurants, as well as a karaoke bar and feet onsen cafe! be sure to arrive as early as possible to make use of its facilities.
Stayed 2 nights with half board on 12/9, room no.414, I chose the package for celebrate my girlfriend birthday which include birthday cake and dinner in private room, it's awesome. The view was impeccable. And the public bath was incredible, spacious and decent. service was attentive, I think only the drawback was the quality of the meal, can be better. But overall lovely stayed and worthy it.
Frriendly staff immediately fetch our luggage to our room as soon as we arrived the hotel. Apart from spectacular rooms, The onsen water and hot spring bath area here was one of the best that I’ve ever encountered throughout Japan. In addition, food was also fantastic and the Premium Lounge in the hotel with snacks and drinks provided gave me a more relaxing and enjoyable time for my stay. Last but not least, I was also really appreciative that the staff arranged me a beef-free meal which I requested prior to the arrival of the hotel. I will definitely come to this hotel for my next Hokkaido trip.
We were greeted with warm towels upon arrival. Our traditional japanese room was huge. We have our private onsen en suite. But if I were to return, I would choose the room without the private onsen to save on costs as hotel’s public bath is outstanding. Best onsen in our entire 14 dag stay. Bath has 2 floors. Found on the first floor are the indoor and outdoor pools. The view is amazing! Upstairs are the 2 sauna tooms and 3 more pools. The water is brownish abd makes your skin smooth. The beauty products ( face wash, mask etc) in the public onsen are exquisite. Best among those I’ve tried. Breakfast and dinner are part of the package. It’s ok, just that it’s the same for the 2 days we stayed. The bus also arranged transfers for the nearby Sairinka festival for a small fee. They also helped us book a taxi for our early trip to Shikaoi. …
This hot spring hotel fronting the Tokachi river is possibly the best in this resource-rich area of east Hokkaido, living up to its “number one” name. Our small tour group was warmly welcomed with hand towels and luggage was expeditiously delivered to our modernized Jaoanese-styled room, of which they have a few. Our room faced the river, which was nice, but the tatami rooms opposite ours also had good views of the trees beyond. The buffet breakfast dining room was pleasant, You did not get that squeezy, hurried feeling with some busy tourist hotels, and the staff were helpful. One of our members came down late, and the staff patiently waited for her to finish her meal though it was past the closing time. The onsen was the highlight of our overnight stay. It has a lovely outdoor bath complete with a jacuzzi corner. One level up is yet another jacuzzi bath, a cold water bath and best of all, an aromatherapy steam room, which unfortunately is not open till later in the morning. My only gripe is the scarcity of post-shower moisturizing and styling products in the dressing area, with only one face gel on the counter- most pathetic of all the onsens I have visited. The hotel can surely do better than that on this score. The send off was an impressive one, with a whole array of staff lined up to wave our coach off, from what appeared to be the GM to the chef, until we were out of sight. We would stay here again if we were to revisit the region.…
We stayed at the wing of Houshutei 豊洲亭, which comprised of rooms with ensuite onsen bath. We were first welcomed at the dedicated lounge for Houshutei guests, where we could enjoy free food and drinks (and wine!) most time of the day. I could even find local Tokachi wine there. The room was neat, tidy and very clean, as you’d expect in any upscale onsen hotels. You would then be attracted by the amazing river view. The public bath was quite large with around 7 different onsen pools indoor and outdoor, in addition to steam and sauna rooms. We chose the buffet for dinner. Though the cheapest dining option, food quality was great. There were shabu shabu, fried icecream among other standard options. A main course was also included. The local wagyu was cooked perfectly medium-rare and surprisingly was one of the best beef I have had in Japan( as compared to Kobe and Hida wagyu).…
Reserved an executive room with private open spa and access to premium lounge to celebrate birthday. Told the hotel in advance and expected some warm welcome, but was simply told they will take a photo for you outside the hotel. Not even a card, not even any small souvenir as a gesture of hospitality, there seems to be a lack of heart to personalizing customers - which is an essential ingredient of a successful business. The overall facilities, food, service.....is fine, but as if a commercialized hotel treating you according to categories of rooms you are staying. Even inside the lounge, there is no receptionist most of the time and knowingly there are CCTV keeping an eye inside the lounge, making you feel being monitored and not being served as a person. Cold and uneasy that you would unlike to stay in the lounge. Other than this, a good place to relax. But don't expect personalized service.…
Located 10 min drive from Obihiro Station and along Tokachi River. Daiichi means best in Japanese. Surely so in spring and buffet. JPN style hotel but acceptable to non-Japanese, clean and decent. Higher rank room is equipped with family spring-bath. Of course large spring is also recommended. Not only morning but also dinner is better with buffet. Hokkaido style and variety of western foods are excellent. Confident with recommend family and couple.
Daichi Hotel is simply the best in the area. Great management and great staff ready to welcome you. Very Japanese, but open to foreigners as well. Onsen facility are state of the art. To come back and again and again
Lovely onsen hotel in the Obihiro area with excellent Japanese hospitality. We had traditional tatami rooms facing the river/ bridge. The outdoor onsen pool is lovely, we will return but the next time, we will stay at least 2 nights to fully enjoy the food and the many pools in the extra large onsen facility with its special water. We are usually not fan of buffer dinner but this one is pretty good and the selection is very Japanese. Love the cheese raclette,tempera and kamameshi.