Service animals are allowed.
Values realeated to administratives fees are already included at the moment of purchase at the HURB website.Local fees, services fees and resort fees may not be included and should be paid directly to the hotel.
Based on 39 reviews
Hotel near housing complex
We arrive quite late at night, the staff were excellent, very polite and helpful. The room was kinda old, but still acceptable to other people, there are few vending machine around the hotel. There is also a small shop near the check in selling souvenirs and mineral waters. The spooky about this hotel is the Japanese doll on the lobby hotel. Dinner was good, we had crab!
Cozy room, excellent staff
The room is small, yet very cozy. The view from my room's window is really amazing, the feeling when waking up in the morning and look out of the window is so peaceful, relaxed. The staff can't speak English really well but they are so nice and are willing to help. When we checked out in the morning, most of the staff of the hotel waved goodbye to us for about 10 minutes (Unbelievable!), even when our car was already far away. Definitely will come back.
Good stay at Isawa
Kasugai View Hotel has both traditional Japanese tatami and typical western room, so if you have problem sleeping on tatami, there's another alternative for you. The western room is not so spacious but still livable. The main point staying at Isawa area is definitely the famous Onsen experience, rated as one of the best hot spring in Honshu province. The breakfast has plenty varieties to choose from, even king crabs are also available seasonally, hand-rolled sushi, yakitori, etc... Tip: there is a big Lawson at the main road outside of this hotel ground.
Mini Hotel Room😁
I went to this hotel as a part of tour group. This hotel was good looking outside, and there was a koi pond beside building. The lighting was not too bright. This hotel provide onsen but you should get shower and naked before come into the onsen. They provide kimono as the preparation to onsen.. Food also good and variative..
Rustic with really small bathroom!
Stayed at this hotel as part of a tour group. Since we needed a triple room, they provided a room with tatami mats instead of beds. Our bus was caught in a jam and we arrived at about 10 pm. It was nice that they provided our meals via room service as we were famished. The triple room is rather spacious with a small entrance hall, separate toilet and bath, sleeping area with a meal table and a small hall with 2 single seater sofas next to the window. The furnishings do look rather old and need a refresh, although the experience of sliding walls to close off each area is very a uniquely Japanese experience. The toilet was really small, with just enough room to get in and sit on the throne. The bathroom was not much bigger. The bathtub was small but deep, which meant that one could soak in it. The body wash and soap though were stuck to a large plastic holder. With 3 bottles stuck together it was rather impractical and I finally placed it balancing precariously on the sink. The usual amenities like toothbrush and shaver were provided as was a hair dryer and kettle. The water in Japan is potable right out of the tap, but we still filled the kettle to heat it up.We arrived too late to try out the hot baths (onsen) in the hotel itself as we were all tired out from the bus ride (the baths are open 24 hours). The breakfast was rather simple, but the congee with local pickles was excellent. A really rustic Japanese experience which could do with upgrading or refresh of the furnishings.