Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Nikko does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Nikko station hotel classic, a nice option for travellers like you.
Nikko station hotel classic offers guests an array of room amenities including a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers 24 hour front desk, baggage storage, and shops, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a hot tub and an on-site restaurant. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
While staying at Nikko station hotel classic, visitors can check out Nikko Tosho-gu (1.4 mi) and Yomeimon (Main Gate) (1.4 mi), some of Nikko's top attractions.
While in Nikko, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Nikko station hotel classic, including Hippari dako (0.9 mi), Komekichi Kozushi (0.2 mi), and Steak House Mihashi (1.0 mi).
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Shinkyo (1.0 mi), Nikko Station (0.0 mi), or Kousyuuya (0.7 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
Nikko station hotel classic puts the best of Nikko at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Stayed two nights in November. Quiet due to pandemic restrictions on tourists but the hotel more than met my expectations. Two minutes from one rail station, JR, six minutes walk from the other, Tobu, and across the street from the local buses, this place is superbly located. Great breakfast buffet, small bar and separate onsen for men and women. Comfortable room. What more could you want for the price?
Large room, very central. Good restaurnat and fresh buffett breakfast. Older property but very clean well maintained and fresh. The rooms are not too cramped. Beds comfortable. Hot bath on site. Easy access to most temples and sites.
This hotel is superbly located across from the train station and tourist and local bus stop. The room was pleasant with a comfortable bed and nice en-suite bathroom. We didn’t eat in the hotel so can’t comment on food but there are restaurants close by for morning breakfast and snacks and lunch plus dinner We arrived a little earlier for check in so left our bags to return later - the staff were very friendly when we left our bags. Unfortunately when we returned much later to complete check in and collect our keys and bags the person on duty had changed and we had a rather surely grump who was quite rude. This was very surprising considering the lovely staff we had first encountered and in general the lovely hotel people throughout our travels. It spoilt the stay a bit. Otherwise a great place to stay and so handy being so close to the station…
As I was hauling a suitcase, I wanted to stay at a hotel near JR Nikko Station. You can't get any nearer than this hotel - right across the street from the station. It is a couple of blocks to Tobu-Nikko station, which has lots of stores, coffee shops and restaurants surrounding it. There are also lots of taxis there. But everything shuts down pretty early - around 6:00pm. The hotel is an older property but very clean. I was told upon checking in that there was an onsen onsite but I did not try it. I also did not try the restaurant, which opened at 6:00pm for dinner and offered a buffet. It was a bit pricey for me. The hotel arranged a taxi for me the next day to Toshogu Shrine and gave me some tips and a map of the shrine. A+ for friendly service, definitely. The room was fairly well-sized by Japanese standards. Decor was straight out of the seventies and showing wear and tear, particularly in the bathroom. It did however have some old-style Japanese charm, so I did not mind it. The bed was a wood platform raised about a foot off the floor, which I kept hitting with my ankles every time I got out of bed. But it had a wonderful featherbed on it so was very comfy. Free internet was available but it was slow. I had a good stay and I would probably stay here again - mainly just for the convenience of the location. However, a little pricey for what you get.…
The rooms and bathroom were bigger than most Japanese hotels so it did not feel cramped. It is in a good location, right across from the JR station and 2 minute walk to the bus depot. We drove and found that there was ample parking, but this could be different because we were there during the middle of the week in November. The breakfast had plenty to offer as well. Additionally, if you have plans to go to some place such as Edo Wonderland and Tobu Square, they offer tickets at a discounted rate. Just be aware that many of the nearby establishments close as early as 6pm. If you are looking for something to eat, there is a Family Mart that is less than a 10 minute walk from the hotel. The only thing that bothered us was the smell of the hotel towels. If you could combine the mildewy smell of laundry that had been left in damp water for a couple of days and cigarette smoke, that would be it. I thought it may have been just the one towel, but the replacements they gave smelled just the same. I figure with the rate of the hotel, there would have been better bathroom towels. …
We stayed here for one night, we arrived into Nikko around dinner time and used the following day for key sightseeing. The hotel is in a very convenient location and right opposite the JR station. The staff were very helpful and spoke excellent English. They took our allergies into considerations and had set the room up accordingly in advance which we really appreciated. Some travellers may find the room small but compared to most Japanese hotels, the room is a good size and very clean. We didn’t have breakfast here but the onsen was definitely a bonus and a great start to the morning. The hotel is not so far from the key sightseeing spots - we chose to walk it but the hotel is very close to the bus stops that can take you there. Would definitely recommend this hotel!
My husband and I stayed at the Nikko Station Hotel Classic for 2 nights in May. The location of the hotel is fantastic for access to either the JR train station (across the road), or the Tobu railway station (across the road and up the street slightly), which is why we chose this hotel. We stayed in a Double room located at the rear of the hotel which meant it was quiet. Our room was fairly close to the elevator however the hotel was not busy, and we weren't disturbed. The room was 18 square metres, and the smallest we stayed in in Japan. Seeing other pictures, the double rooms either seem to have a slightly Japanese theme, or basic Western theme - our room was the former type, and had a bed on an elevated platform and a sliding door which divided the small "entry" from the rest of the room. The mattress was actually super comfortable, the wifi worked well and the room was fine for our very short stay however if staying longer in Nikko, we would have chosen to stay in a ryokan or a hotel which had more space. The only main complaint was the brown bathroom towels - so thin and old, and once they were wet, stunk out the bathroom with a gross "wet dog" smell. They need replacing asap. Breakfast was served downstairs in one of the restaurants, we were given 2 coupons to present on each morning. For a small Japanese hotel, I thought they actually did a pretty reasonable job at providing a good range. The French toast in particular was a highlight, and the local tomatoes and produce was great. Check in was strictly 3pm as is common with most Japanese hotels, they do not allow a minute earlier. We dropped our bags off as we arrived at lunchtime, and they stored them for us while we went out for the afternoon. Most restaurants in the area were either shut, or close very early (Nikko seemed completely dead at night). Finding dinner options can be difficult however there is a Yuba restaurant closer to the main shrine area that was excellent. At worst, there's a Family mart you can always get dinner items from and eat in your room (the hotel has a microwave area for guests downstairs also). We did not eat dinner at the hotel restaurants, but saw a few other guests go for this option. The main shrine area (Toshogu shrine) and Shinkyo bridge was a good 25 minute walk. The local buses leave from right outside the hotel, and its a good idea to get yourself a bus pass (buy at the JR train station) for the day or so that you are there, however working out what bus to catch to each area can be a bit tricky. Buses also may not go that frequently. We got a Chuzenji onsen pass, so that on our second day we could get the bus all the way to Kegon falls and Lake Chuzenji. The passes last for two days.…
Friendly and flexible staff, good breakfast and a good location. We were on the top floor and a corner so had windows looking in 2 directions and good views over the mountains although it is still close to the station. Was impressive when we had lightning!
It is near to the Nikko JR station. You can take the bus to get to the main attractions or do a walk for about 2 kilometers. The rooms were clean but not very large. They do not provide family rooms but we got two rooms next to each other (without connecting doors). The breakfast was very good (with a Japanse and European part).
The location is excellent for the train station as it’s just across the road, but it is about a 2 km walk to the bridge and start of world heritage site. The building and rooms are updated and clean. Breakfast is average or just below average compared to others in Japan. They want to charge 540 yen for an expresso!! However the rooms are very small and the beds are also very small. The price is expensive for what you get. I won’t return.