Finding an ideal romantic onsen hotel in Nagiso-machi does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Fuki no Mori, a nice option for travellers like you.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer air conditioning and a refrigerator, and you can stay connected during your stay as Hotel Fuki no Mori offers guests free wifi.
The onsen hotel features a concierge, baggage storage, and newspaper. Plus, Hotel Fuki no Mori offers a sauna and an on-site restaurant, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While in Nagiso-machi be sure to experience nearby Italian restaurants such as Burghley House.
If you are interested in exploring Nagiso-machi, check out a historic site, such as Wachino Shrine.
Hotel Fuki no Mori looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Nagiso-machi.
At check out we were not given the Go-to travel discount. The explanation was because we had not booked at the hotel itself but via expedia. If we had cancelled the expedia booking and booked at the hotel directly we would have received the discount, so the explanation of the receptionist. However, this discount campaign is even on the Japanese website of expedia........ I did not even receive a reply to my mail I sent to the hotel in which I asked to reconsider and credit the discount. Given these circumstances I cannot leave a positive comment.
5 star resort style accomodation, wonderful staff hospitality, terrific mountain views, an excellent onsen ( with guidance in English for those who need it), and a high quality traditional Japanese dinner served in a private dining room. Very highly recommended!!!
Fuki no mori was booked for us by a tour company. It was self guided tour and every other accommodation was excellent. This was supposed to be our splurge on a fairly "budget" style trip. It was our least favourite on the two week trip and the most expensive. The property is beautiful but there's nothing to do around it. You can walk on the road but that's it. The room was very nice, very large by Japanese standards, clean with a wonderful view. BUT it was stuffy and hot. We asked for help getting the temperature right. The maintenance man's solution was to turn on the AC! In November? So we ended up figuring out how to turn off the heat and opened the door for a bit. The onsen is okay but nothing special. The food was mediocre. We'd had better traditional Japanese fare in other ryokans, including a basic farmhouse in Shirawakago. Most of it was just really salty. Breakfast was decent but quite sparse considering many people are coming there to hike. We did tell our tour tour operator that the shuttles weren't great. We were crowded into the one when arriving there after doing the walk from Magome to Tsumago. For the morning shuttle there are only 2 options and neither matches the bus schedule to Kyoto. We ended up in Tsumago with 40 minutes to wait for the bus. You'd think they could time the shuttles a bit better? The shops in Tsumago open late so there's nothing to do there. So...look around. The area is gorgeous and the hike is wonderful. Find somewhere more reasonable to stay though. I'm NOT fussy and don't generally post negative reviews. I would have been happy with this place too if it weren't SO expensive! I'm sure you can find a better place for less.…
Most of the photos are misleading. The hotel is extremely dated and urgently needs updating - fantastic location and huge potential. Overpriced and we should have paid half the amount, as we stayed in some superb hotels before and after our brief stay here. If you want to experience it then I suggest booking the cheapest room as I don't think the quality would be worse than the most expensive suite we had.
We booked this hotel for a 1 night stay after walking along the trail. Although we only had a short stay here, we felt that it was very poor value for money. Staff are very friendly and the food is ok (very traditional Japanese and no western catering). The hotel was very dated, probably last renovated in the 1970s and looked very tired in places. Not worth the price we paid.