See why so many travellers make Tokachimakubetsu Onsen Grandvrio Hotel their onsen hotel of choice when visiting Makubetsu-cho. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Tokachi Hills (2.4 mi), located nearby, makes Tokachimakubetsu Onsen Grandvrio Hotel a great place to stay for those interested in visiting this popular Makubetsu-cho landmark.
Rooms at Tokachimakubetsu Onsen Grandvrio Hotel offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
24 hour front desk, shops, and a gift shop are some of the conveniences offered at this onsen hotel. A hot tub and an on-site restaurant will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Tokachimakubetsu Onsen Grandvrio Hotel, parking is available.
While in Makubetsu-cho, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Tokachimakubetsu Onsen Grandvrio Hotel, including Uraniwa Cafe (0.9 mi), Tonkatsu No Tsukasa (1.2 mi), and Wakadori No Torisei Satsunai (1.0 mi).
At Tokachimakubetsu Onsen Grandvrio Hotel, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Makubetsu-cho.
Onsen is authentic, I enjoyed it, don’t miss it. Room and hotel is old but very cosy; gives a touch of classic Japanese hotel from the 80s. Sound proofing could be improved as my room do have the wind whispering the whole night.
We stayed in the Japanese style rooms with tatami mats. The comforter and mattress were very comfortable. Food was reasonable although the dining area is a little dated. There were two round wooden tubs and two small pools in the outdoor Onsen area which I enjoyed a lot. Other indoor "pools" with different temperature available as well. The hot spring water is unique to the area and therefore very "beautifying" for the skin.
The room was cool, shaped with a real "Japanese" feel with a platform from the foyer area to lead you into the room proper. The toilet is abysmally small so try to use the showers at the onsen areas for a more comfy shower. The tatami room had a rustic feel and they will come to set your futon for you when you are out for dinner. The buffet dinner was good with a wide selection and delectable Hokkaido crabs. If you want to have a private hot spring, please head to the counter to ask them for the availability and timings. The private hot springs are small however, and not very welcoming as the water is black and the area around the water/pool had a man-made rock wall that looked dirty. But if you want to feel the "nature" of the hot spring in a private room, this is it. The private room was 1100 Yen per hour for us so it is very affordable comparatively to some other hotels which required three times the amount.…