Stayed in sea view twin room , room are a little old and one of the room had a faint weird smell. The air con filter need to be clean regularly by the housekeeping team . It was choke full with dirt and it had a better airflow once I cleaned it . The onsen is managed by 3rd party with hotel guest get free usage . Expect it to be more busy on certain timing since the usage are higher with local resident using it via pay-per use However there are plenty of different pool size for use hence you won’t feel it crowded most of the time.
This is an absolutely lovely hotel situated away from the city. It has a spacious room despite being basic, and a Japanese tatami mat area for an authentic Japanese experience. The rooms are all facing the sea (if I'm not wrong), and it has amenities you'd need for a comfortable stay. Since it's Japan, their cleanliness is kept to a high standard and its reflected in this room. The staff are all very welcoming and friendly. I love the breakfast too! Not the best spread but enough to keep you satisfied. The nearest convenience stall, being Lawson, is a 5 mins walk. I'd stay again in a heartbeat.
Facing the fascinating Sea of Japan, in the renowned hot spring district (Kaike Onsen) is the highlight feature of this hotel. They have more than sufficient free parking spaces. We enjoy the clean and spacious room, sitting area is Japanese style at a raised platform. It may be a little bit inconvenient for those with knee problem. A buffet type of breakfast, serving both Japanese and European food; hot spring facility is incorporated, with indoor and outdoor pools, serving hotel guests and outside customers, from early morning till 12 midnight. We like very much the experience at the outdoor pool.
This hotel is very clean and well maintained. The view in the spa / room is beautiful and the tatami table in the room makes me that i am really in Japan. The area is very quite and peaceful. Not recomendable for party animal... but still great place for the rest.
The hotel was located at the sea side of Yonago. The onsen just facing the beach which have upper and lower deck. The upper deck is an open area in which your body can soak in the hot spring and your face can taste the smell of sea breeze. It was an unforgettable pleasure. By the time we visited there, we can also see the snow fall outside. The hotel also provided a wide choice of Yakata for adult and children. Highly recommend to visit there in winter. The only complaint was the breakfast which held in a small Japanese style bar with not much choice.
The sound of the ocean outside our balcony, walking along the boardwalk, our room was incredibly serene, comfortable and meditative. Onsen was EXCELLENT!!! My wife and I were so totally absorbed by our stroll that we totally lost our sense of time, being out for hours without knowing it.
We stayed 2 nights in August. We drove there & they offer free parking. Lovely hotel with amazing view facing the Japan Sea. They have 1 indoor & 1 outdoor onsen. There weren't a lot of guests during our stay so we found it very relaxing & peaceful during our stay. Their breakfast has more Japanese style variety than western.
a very good beach hotel with hot bath included in a non crowded coastal area of totori prefecture in Japan . very good value for money ! everything you need close by and a much more japanese athmosphere than well known tourist spots such as kanagawa or boso peninsula .
Very comfortable room; great bed. The hotel was very quiet, and I loved the onsen with the personal choice of robe. The hotel was very clean. There was an excellent choice for breakfast (mostly Japanese but also some Western options).
Spent a night there, and I liked the stay. Very good view of the beach, big and comfortable Onsen, and breakfast was served at the adjacent Japanese-style eating place with a good variety of selection. Their room has a bed and Tatami plase as well, so you can enjoy a little bit of Japanese style. And you can choose Yukata from their stock for your casual time! I stayed there for a business meeting, but I could be back to spend a weekend.