Skiers and tourists alike will find a number of Nozawa Onsen hotels and inns within their price range and style.
Land Haus Azegami is a lovely local family run inn located in the centre of Nozawa Onsen. Very clean and well presented, the owners are extremely friendly and hospitable. It’s just 150m to the bus stop and restaurants and only 300m to the slopes. It even has it’s own onsen – a must try experience! Check Land Haus Azegami, Nozawa Onsen reviews.
Mitsubachi Maya is an east meets west Japanese run inn. It is located close to the slopes, the centre of the village and local onsen. You can’t miss the colourful pink and green building and you’ll certainly enjoy the wonderful local service offered. Mitsubachi Maya Inn has 13 rooms with a mix of Japanese and western style rooms. Six of the rooms have their own private bathrooms. Read reviews.
Blick Uchidaya is a small inn with a great Location and even better views. This inn is run by the lovely Uchida family, a friendly local family with a long history providing accommodation for the skiers of Nozawa Onsen. These guys are a delight! It’s an easy flat walk to the lifts and town. Read reviews.
Maruji Inn, Nozawa Onsen provides something different in Nozawa Onsen hotels accommodation. Guests of Maruji Inn will enjoy a seasonally changing view of Mt. Kitashingo, delicious country style meals prepared from high quality rice, tasty fresh vegetables from the mountainside, and the hotel’s relaxing onsen. There is a very cool chill out room with a fire place – the perfect place for a few cold beers and tall stories after a day on the slopes. Read or write Maruji Inn, Nozawa Onsen reviews
The Nozawa Onsen Hotel not only offers indoor and outdoor hot-spring baths but each room also comes with an en suite bathroom. Another good offering is the completely refurbished Nozawa Grand Hotel which offers guests a spectacular view of Nozawa Onsen Village. Maruji Inn offers a very cool chill out room with a fire place – the perfect place for a few cold beers and tall stories after a day on the slopes. If you’re looking for a great location the popular Gasthof Schi Heil is ideally situated right opposite the Nagasaka lifts whilst just steps away from the main gondola station in Nozawa Onsen Ski Resort, Schanze Nozawa is cosy accommodation with Japanese-style rooms and friendly multi-lingual staff.
Shirakaba is a minshuku style inn just 100 metres from the Nozawa Onsen Hot Spring Street and 800 metres from Nozawa Onsen Ski Resort. The 3-star rated Nozawa View Hotel Shimadaya has a great location plus offers in house onsen with their rooms, whilst within a 10 minute walk of the lifts you can find the Sunrise Meiji-ya boasts 13 different types of natural hot spring baths. There are a number of other good Nozawa Onsen hotel options including Le Fornet Yamane, Fureai No Yado Yasuragi, Hatoguruma Kawabata and Berg Hutte Miyamori.
Nozawa Onsen Hotel offers indoor and outdoor hot-spring baths and relaxing massage services. Free Wi-Fi is available and guests can rent ski equipment as well. The air-conditioned rooms feature a flat-screen TV, a fridge and an electric kettle. Japanese-style rooms with tatami (woven-straw) floors and Japanese futon beddings are available as well. Each room comes with an en suite bathroom and a hairdryer. A traditional multi-course meal is served for dinner and a Japanese set-menu for breakfast. All meals feature local ingredients and are served at the dining room. See Nozawa Onsen Hotel Reviews
Located in a hot springs resort on a hill, the Nozawa Grand Hotel is a completely refurbished property with the best of Japanese and Western accommodation styles – elegantly designed utilising modern Japanese architecture. It offers guests a spectacular view of Nozawa Village yet is only a 5 minute walk from the Shin-Yu moving walkway to the slopes. The 24-hour large bath is a natural hot spring with both indoor and outdoor pools. Check reviews on Nozawa Grand Hotel.
The popular Gasthof Schi Heil is ideally situated in front of the ‘Nozawa Onsen’ bus stop and opposite the Nagasaka lifts. It provides western-style rooms with great views. It is only 1 to 2 minutes walk to the local onsen and a variety of restaurants as well as local izakaya (Japanese-style pubs). Ski hire, ski drying room and internet connection available. Read reviews.
Shirakaba is a minshuku style inn just 100 metres off the main street and 800 metres from the lifts. It offers traditional Japanese-style rooms + ensuite bathrooms. It has an indoor hot-spring bath and serves Japanese breakfast and dinner at the dining room. Rooms at Shirakaba Inn are heated and offer mountain views. This Nozawa hotel sells ski passes and provides a drying room for ski equipment. A coin-operated washing machine is on site, and the lobby has free Wi-Fi. Read reviews of Shirakaba Inn Nozawa Onsen here.
Fureai No Yado Yasuragi enjoys a fantastic location just 100 metres from the Nozawa Onsen Ski Resort. Each room at Fureai No Yado is air-conditioned, with Japanese design touches and shared bathrooms and toilets. Green tea, a TV and free toiletries are provided. Guests sleep on the tatami (woven-straw) floor in Japanese-style futon bedding. There is free Wi-Fi throughout. Breakfast and dinner are served at the dining room. Read reviews.
Located in the Nozawa hot spring district Hatoguruma Kawabata is only a ten minute walk from Nozawa Onsen Ski Resort. Togari Nozawa Onsen Train Station is a 20-minute drive away on the free shuttle. The air-conditioned Japanese-style rooms each come with a TV, a seating area, electric kettle with green tea bags and an en suite bathroom. Luggage storage and newspaper services are available at the front desk. An internet cable is provided in the lobby for guests to connect their own computers. Read reviews.
Nozawa Hotel Haus St Anton is only a 10 minute walk from Nozawa Onsen Ski Resort and handy to most local amenities, including the travellator. Rooms are simple but homely with satellite TV. Bathrooms and toilets are shared with a hot spring onsite. When not on the slopes, guests can relax by the fireplace at the lounge or read a book in the library area. The hotel has a dining room, bar area, upstairs common room and onsen. Wifi access is available in the common room and the dining room. Japanese and Western breakfast sets are served at the dining room. A European-style dinner is available. Ski equipment can be rented/stored at the hotel or on the slopes. Discounted lift tickets are also available from the front desk. The owner is a two time former Olympian who has been the head coach for the Japanese National ski team for 20 years and is now the principal of the Nozawa Onsen Ski School. A ski tune-up room is on site. Reviews for Hotel Haus St. Anton
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