This hotel is located just a short walk from JR Beppu station. Our double room was very small at 12Sqm but this is kinda normal for most japan hotels.. but the room had all we needed and was very clean.The staff nice and efficient and helpfull.The hotel is not expensive ( 12,000 JPY for 2 nites ) and there is breakfast as an option. i would recommend because its a great location for both the JR and the bus stops to the attractions.
We enjoyed our stay at Resorpia Beppu, especially liked their onsen and yummy breakfast. The view from the spacious room was also good. Staff was more or less alright - not way too kind though. We had discounts on the room, and the full rate is sure pricey in terms of value.
We had a lovely room with the most gorgeous views. The beds were large and comfy, the sitting area had lovely bean bags to sink into, the bathroom was amazing having a separate wet room with a really powerful shower, a jacuzzi bath and very nice amenities. Everywhere was clean and housekeeping did an excellent job. We loved the onsen both the inside and outside. We were staying when the earthquake occurred and I have to say the staff were amazing, it was the early hours of the morning and staff came in to help look after the guests, I would like to thank them all for their care and reassurance.
Stayed 1 night ( family of 3). We cannot complain about the quality of the rooms: spacious, freshly decorated, good beds and good quality beddings. Wi-Fi is possible to catch, if you are close to the corridor only. so in the middle of the room - no Wi-Fi. TV - local channels only ( nothing in English, not even BBC World news). What is exceptional - is a sea view from our room. As the hotel is on top of the hill - the panorama is fantastic! Onsen is very limited. We were not impressed at all. The dinner, which was included in the price, overpriced and overrated. if possible - stay away. Personnel of the hotel are very attentive.
Highly overrated. Not suitable for non japanese. Far from any good restaurants. Nothing in the neighbourhood. Most guests were there for company seminars. Avoid at all costs. Over priced. No wi fi in the room
Quaint hotel on the hill. Rooms were spacious and can accommodate 4. 2 single beds and 2 on the floor. We asked the tourist office at beppu station if they could help us book the free shuttle to the hotel. Ride was fairly short less than 10 mins. The onzen was small but nice. Wifi was only available in the lobby. There is a family mart up the road if you need to grab any snacks. The restaurants looked fairly pricey. Rooms are also pricey. We bought a voucher from the travel agent 10000 yen per person and included a Japanese breakfast which was delicious. If you plan to go the beppu ropeway it's another 10 mins from the hotel. The weather was overcast when we checked out and the staff said it would be a wasted trip so we took the shuttle back to the station. Odd when we did checkout the hotel asked for an onzen tax. Wasn't much but seemed a bit odd as we haven't paid extra anyplace else. …
Hands down worst hotel experience during our 3 week vacation across Japan. We originally booked 5 nights but midway through the first hour there we each independently came to the conclusion that only one night would be sufficient to take in this dump. For the price they charge, definitely look somewhere else. PROS: - new laundry machine is available on the 2nd floor. - Large rooms by Japan standards and they have mats available so that you can sleep Japanese style. CONS: - hotel is out in the middle of nowhere and a taxi to the closest train station is a 2000 yen drive away. - the rooms are very dated and reek of smoke. We booked a non- smoking room but they put us in a smoking room that had our skin crawling all night. When we asked to switch, they informed us that all non smoking rooms were booked up. - food is overpriced - walls are extremely thin. So thin that when the high school party in the next room decides to start playing a drinking game at 3am in the morning, you get the feeling you're right there with them whether you like it or not. - wall outlets shutoff when you turn the lights off. In other words, you can only charge your phone with the lights on.…
Stayed 3 nights and were quite happy with the accommodations. We stayed using the RCI exchange and were surprised that we could have 4 peeps instead of the two as noted in the RCI site. The cab ride to/from the station varied between 1400 and 1700 yen. The free hotel shuttle bus starts at 9 am and ends at 5 pm. You need to reserve a seat on the shuttle bus. We had a friendly driver one day who gave us pointers on what to eat at Yufuin, our sightseeing location for that day. The food at the hotel was quite elegant and tasty. Breakfast was 1575 yen and dinner around 2500, more offerings were available at much higher prices .
We stayed for 6 nights as an RCI timeshare exchange. The resort is a 2000yen cab fare from the centre of town or you can take a local bus for 270 and get off at the Horita Onsen bus stop. The staff are excellent and whilst not a lot of English is spoken, we were able to get by without a problem. The Resort provides a free bus to and from Beppu Railway Station which is in the centre of town. The rooms are well appointed and comfortable. A Tatami room forms part of the accommodation ( if you like sleeping on futon bedding on the floor). However the western bedding is very comfortable. The Grand Bath on the bottom floor is an excellent facility. The restaurant provides good quality for at an inflated price.