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Perth, Western Australia
Reviewed 4 February 2016

Just stayed at the Akakura Hotel Annex for the third time. There are two sections of this Hotel. The reviews regarding noisy pipes and combo rooms (western beds plus small tatami section) are reviews of the Annex. Which is the more basic part of the Hotel. The main building is really quite extravagant for an on snow Hotel in Japan...

1Thank gavin a
Reviewed 3 February 2016

Stayed there for 8 nights and we were very vell taken care of. Especially Emma in the reception gave us excellent service and managed to solve any problem we had during our stay. The big onsen was really nice, wouldn't recommend the smaller ones.

Thank Anders B
Singapore, Singapore
Reviewed 2 February 2016

This was our 7th Japanese ski trip, and our 6th resort. We have stayed in a variety of Japanese ski accommodation over the years - all local (none were expat owned or run). The Akakura Hotel Annex was adequate, but did not compare well to similar style / price accommodation we have experienced previously. Our combination room was fine and...

Thank melscottmax
Queenstown, New Zealand
Reviewed 22 January 2016 via mobile

We thoroughly enjoyed our week at the Akakura. We were warmly greeted at the station & driven to the hotel by a friendly staff member & we found all employees to be wonderfully hospitable Japanese staff. Although they have very little English this was not an issue as they have two very helpful young Australians working at reception & I...

Thank MoobyDoo
Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed 21 January 2016

Our group of seven stayed at the Akakura Hotel (Annex) in Jan 2016 for a week. Train to Myoko station then taxi - about 2200 yen. Stepping into the lobby reminded us of a time trip back to the 70s. However, the rooms are fine, the location is good and the staff were really nice (esp Emma and Ben). As...

Thank Andrew_Sutherland
Sydney, Australia
Reviewed 15 January 2016

The hotel is little changed over the last forty odd years but it delivers a traditional hospitable Japanese style welcome to guests and if you choose to stay here please respect that. Shoes left at the door, futon bedding ( if you request) indoor clothes provided to wear and amazing Olsen experience all made our visit something to remember -...

1Thank Lizzum
Eagle Point
Reviewed 12 January 2015

We spent 6 nights in the Annex on a family trip during early January 2015 and it was our second stay. As Kez69 says, the heating pipework is noisy and the hotel acknowledge this is an issue in the compendium. We regarded it as our early morning wake-up call. Other than the noisy pipework, the staff are very friendly and...

4Thank romatome
Reviewed 8 July 2014

Some aspects were comically bad, like being woken at 5am by the sound of banging pipes as the antiquated heating started up (and when I say banging pipes, think of a burly bloke with a sledgehammer bashing the hell out of the radiator by your head). The whole hotel was also inundated with large groups of school kids who seemed...

5Thank Kez69
Hong Kong
Reviewed 2 April 2014

Came here for a ski trip and stayed a total of 5 nights, Location is easy to find with GPS. Another bubble era hotel that looks a little bit dated, but offers warm and excellent service, good onsen and overall a pleasant experience. Rooms are clean, front desk is helpful and there is also a friendly aussie staff who can...

Thank CheesyMe
Reviewed 27 February 2014 via mobile

We stayed in the annex part of the hotel with breakfast included. Hotel room is a stayed in the annex part of the hotel with breakfast included. Hotel room is a little dated but very clean & comfortable, all what you need for a 4 night stay. Bathroom is a little small but most are in Japan, but has all...

1Thank MickelFlex

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Additional Information about Akakura Hotel

Address: 486 Akakura, Myoko 949-2111, Niigata Prefecture
Region: Japan > Chubu > Niigata Prefecture > Myoko > Akakura Onsen
Price Range: £98 - £212 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 43
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“Our combo room (201) seemed bigger than our friends'”
 of 5 bubbles melscottmax, 1 Feb 2016 | Read review
“Higher rooms get good views”
 of 5 bubbles Andrew_Sutherland, 21 Jan 2016 | Read review
“Try a room on a lower level as heating on level 5 was excessive”
 of 5 bubbles romatome, 11 Jan 2015 | Read review
“The rooms with the tatami area are much more spacious. We used the beds for storage and slept on the futons.”
 of 5 bubbles Kez69, 8 Jul 2014 | Read review
“Try to get a room facing away from the street, as some tourists can be quite noisy when they come out drunk witless from the bar opposite the hotel in the late evening. Would also recommend getting a room with Japanese tatami mats, as it will give you more space.”
 of 5 bubbles SilentThunders, 8 Feb 2014 | Read review
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