Hotel Shikisai
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Hotel Shikisai

2485 Chugushi, Nikko 321-1661 Tochigi Prefecture
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3.9 of 5 bubbles
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Looking for a place to stay in Nikko? Then look no further than Hotel Shikisai, a luxury hotel that brings the best of Nikko to your doorstep.

Rooms at Hotel Shikisai offer air conditioning and a refrigerator providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.

A hot tub and an on-site restaurant will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Hotel Shikisai, free parking is available.

Nearby landmarks such as Chuzenji Temple (1.6 mi) and British Embassy Villa Memorial Park (1.7 mi) make Hotel Shikisai a great place to stay when visiting Nikko.

If you like Asian restaurants, Hotel Shikisai is conveniently located near Shizen Shokuno Mise Kiribana, Shingetu, and Restaurant Nikko Kojoen.

If you’re looking for something to do, Nikko Futarasan Jinja Chugushi Shrine (1.0 mi) and Nikko Futarasan-Jinja Nantaisan Okumiya (0.3 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Hotel Shikisai.

We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Shikisai as you experience everything Nikko has to offer.

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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Hot bath
Free breakfast
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Free shuttle or taxi services
Banquet room
Spa
Wifi
Restaurant
Complimentary tea
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Non-smoking hotel
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4.5 of 5 stars
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Lake View
Modern
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KCS81 wrote a review Nov 2015
Singapore, Singapore385 contributions558 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My 3 nights stay at Hotel Shikisai was AMAZING!. Here’s why

- The service here is excellent! Japan is known for their great service but here, it’s exception! Well done to the team here and special mention to H Takeda and Mori-san! They are amazing! Thank you so very much
- The attention to details here is wonderful. One example is they are aware that we are staying there for 3 days and will be eating in the hotel every night so they ensured that we are served different menu daily! They also remembered our room number and preferred seating location. Don’t even have to inform them.
- Beautiful Ryokan’s room and view overlooking the forest, Lake Chuzenji and Mount Nantai. Was told that we could spot some monkeys or deers. On the last night, with the help of a torchlight, we saw 4 deers, less than 100m away!
- Love the outdoor (2) and indoor (1) onsen. Beautiful. Have a dip before your meal or after a long day out to relax.
- The hotel have a nice small souvenir shop that sells local delicacies.
- They provide free tour of the 3 water falls (Ryuzu,Yudaki and Kegon ) so register yourself at the front desk. Tour takes around 3 hours and they can drop you off at Tobu Nikko station at the end of the tour. From there, you can catch a bus to visit the shrines/temples, Shinkyo Bridge and Tamozawa Imperial Villa Park – highly recommended! If not mistaken, this tour is daily.
- They also provide free shuttle bus from the hotel to Lake Chuzenji bus terminal every morning. Check with the front desk.
- There’s also a 230pm pick up from Tobu Nikko station to the hotel (journey take 50-60 mins?), but reservation is a must
- Free wifi in the room and common areas.

How to get there?
From Tokyo (Asakusa station), we took the Spacia Tobu Limited Express to Tobu Nikko. Journey takes 2 hours plus via train. Scenic view along the way and the train served food.
From Tobu Nikko station, we took the bus towards Lake Chuzenji or Yumoto Onsen and stopped at Lake Chuzenji bus terminal. The trip here takes 50 minutes on a winding road, climbing up the mountain with a magnificent view, so people with motion sickness, be prepared. Please note that the bus frequency is about 1 or 2 an hour on average and may get very crowded. People with big luggage will struggle especially when the bus is crowded. In the busses, there are announcements in Japanese, English, Mandarin and Korean so it is very useful. Buses don’t stop at every single bus stop so look at the schedule properly.
From Lake Chuzenji bus terminal, you either call the hotel to arrange a pick up or take cab (10 mins taxi ride) or walk (50 mins with a beautiful view of Lake Chuzenji) or a bus that stop at the main road in front of the hotel entrance (5-10 mins walk from entrance to the hotel)
- If you intend to take the public transport around Nikko, purchase the tourist pass.
I would highly recommended this hotel for it’s amazing and beautiful rooms / facilities and excellent service if you are in Nikko/Lake Chuzenji area. Thank you for a memorable stay hotel Shikisai!
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Date of stay: November 2015
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: Facing Lake Chuzenji and Mount Nantai
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jspace63 wrote a review Oct 2014
Arizona, USA634 contributions281 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We arrived in Nikko by train at the JR station, put our bags into lockers and went to see the UNESCO World Heritage temples. We finished up about 1:45, took the tourist shuttle bus back to the station to collect our bags, and the hotel shuttle bus picked us up at 2:30, as we had reserved via e-mail. On the way to the hotel the driver briefly stopped by the lake so we could take pictures. You can also take the Tobu bus from either the JR or Tobu stations.
We were welcomed by the friendly staff and promptly checked in and shown to our room. Fortunately, enough English is spoken by the staff to get by, as we know no Japanese. We had one of the Japanese-style rooms on the second floor. The room was quite large by Japanese standards. There was a table (low) and chairs, tea-making facilities, and other amenities. There was also a table with a warming pit for your legs and feet. Our room had in-room bathroom facilities with separate small rooms for the toilet, sink, and shower/tub. We couldn’t get any hot water but after asking at the front desk we were told we had to run the water for 15 minutes to get hot water. Actually, it was more like 20 minutes. The second day we had hot water available all the time, as apparently more people were staying in our section of the hotel. The sleeping futons were quite thin. Since there were extra ones in the closet we took them out and put them under the ones the staff laid out, which made it comfortable enough for sleeping. There was speedy wifi available in the room. The dinners and breakfasts (included) were fabulous—a huge variety of food and the courses just kept coming. Book your eating times when you check in. Try the onsen fed by a hot spring. They have both indoor and outdoor soaking pools. A slight sulfur smell to the water.
We took the free 9:30 sightseeing tour that runs up to the Mount Hangetsuyama observation point overlooking the lake and then drops you off at Kegon waterfall. This bus was then going into Nikko so we asked them to drop us off at the Tamozawa Imperial Villa, which we had not had time to see the previous day. Not many tourists go there, but if you’re interested in how the royals used to live it’s beautifully restored and well worth seeing. Coming back we rode the Tobu bus past the hotel to Ryuzu waterfall, then took the Tobu bus back to the hotel (stop 31). The hotel shuttle bus will take you to the bus station in the morning or, at 11:00, on a sightseeing trip ending at the Tobu or JR Stations in Nikko.
A really nice place to stay. I would have rated it “excellent” except for the hot water issue and the thin futons. A hotel of this class should have hot water available without a 20-minute wait. Aside from those issues, we really enjoyed our 2-day stay. The staff was super-friendly and helpful. The fall colors were beautiful. The meals were fabulous.
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Date of stay: October 2014
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: I understand that there is a choice of western or Japanese style rooms.
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Paul Y wrote a review May 2014
Singapore, Singapore238 contributions114 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
After comparing the various ryokans and hotels in the Greater Nikko area which was overwhelming as we didn't have sense of the lay of the land, we decided based on pictures, reviews and price to go for Shikisai Hotel. My wife & I don't know if other places are better but we certainly were very pleased with our choice.

We went from Haneda Airport straight to Nikko. There are websites that help you plan your train combinations to get to Nikko. If you're going by train you either end up at JR Nikko or Tobu Nikko Stations. We took the combination that delivered us at the latter, ~2000 Yen / pax.

Take the Tobu Bus towards Chuzenji Onsen or Yumoto Onsen area. You can get off at Stop #31, and walk the few hundred meters up to the hotel - which is what we ended up doing on our arrival day. One of the hotel staff was driving in to work and stopped to drive us (and more importantly our luggage) the rest of the incline to the hotel itself. You could take the lakeside trail from Chuzenji Onsen Town... ~3km easy walk in nice cool climate. But you should really just get off the bus at Chuzenji Onsen Town, call the the hotel and they will come pick you up. Be clear that you are at Chuzenji Onsen Bus Station otherwise they might think you're at Nikko Train Station which they have a 2.45pm shuttle van that picks passengers up from Nikko to the hotel daily.

It's a nice drive up some impressively steep & windy slopes from Nikko to Chuzenji Onsen. The Chuzenji Lake area is a smaller town than Nikko City but it's climate is much cooler. Quieter. The attraction is of nature itself. Plenty of falls to visit, e.g. the impressive Kegan Falls next to the Chuzenji Onsen Bus Station, Yutaki Falls, the smaller Ryuzu Falls. All of which are attractions that Shikisai Hotel will arrange their own shuttle to ferry you to. We took one such tour at no extra charge and covered the 3 falls, went up to Yumoto Onsen and was finally dropped off at the Nikko Shrine & Temple area.

The room is pretty big by Tokyo standards with an ensuite bathroom which has both a shower & bath tub. Since the trees were still partially bare, we had a view of the lake and also enjoyed to cool breeze. We slept on comfy tatami mats which they only lay out for you in the evenings will you're at dinner. There's a small balcony, just remember to keep the screen and sliding glass door shut & locked as apparently the local monkeys are quite adventurous. We didn't encounter any though. They provide the traditional robes which you're expected to wear while in the hotel. You wear it going to the onsen, You wear it to dinner. Green for men, a pastel red/pink for ladies.

Onsen Procedures:
There onsen are separate for men and ladies. There is 1 indoor and 2 outdoor (one covered by a roof and the other under the cool mountain sky), You go buck naked to sit on a stool in front of a mirror, handheld shower, a shallow basin (remember to bring your wash cloth - provided by the hotel), then proceed to soap & shampoo yourself (Tip: the horse-oil-based soap & shampoo is supposed to be very good. Choose the the right mirror/stool to have your wash at. ), and rinse before dipping in the 38C steaming waters of the onsen. I usually started with the indoor one which I found the hottest before moving outdoors. The smell is slightly sulfuric but not overpoweringly so. When you're done, head back to the mirror/stool and just rinse with the shower. No soap or shampoo required this time round.

The room rates include breakfast and dinner. No lunch, not necessary. The food is Japanese. The rice is always great & sticky. The Japanese beef, sashimi (including venison!), tuba (a local Nikko specialty, beancurd-skin based), grilled fish are all great. The chef knows what he's doing. Food is awesome and the presentation is impressive. You will not be hungry. Ask the waitress to recommend cold sake - we had a good one which went well with the dinner. The meals are an essential part of the ryokan & onsen experience.

Well worth the experience.
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Date of stay: May 2014
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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DavidMurphy wrote a review Jul 2016
London, United Kingdom103 contributions86 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
I stayed here with my wife and 16 year old son at the end of July 2016. The location is beautiful and tranquil; the hotel is set back from the lake so in summer the lake is only partially visible because of the trees regardless of which room you are in (all rooms face the lake).

If you are a westerner, like me, you really need to understand what this type of hotel is before booking. Essentially this hotel caters for Japanese guests who come to relax in the hotel's onsen hot baths, view nature and eat excellent Japanese food. The room cost includes unlimited use of the hot baths and dinner and breakfast and thus is better value than it first appears.

The hot baths are a great experience using natural water which has high sulphur content and the accompanying smell, although this is not overpowering by any means. The baths are communal with separate ones for men and women, there are strict rules of behaviour (although not modesty!) which I won't try and explain here, just search "onsen". The food is amazing and beautifully presented but is full on Japanese with no compromise to a western palette. That said, we had notified them that we don't eat pork and they substituted special fish dishes for us.

The rooms are large for Japanese standards but are mainly Japanese Tatami rooms with floor seating and bed rolls. Pyjamas to wear around the hotel are provided. The lobby has free tea and coffee and comfortable seating from which you can bird watch with the binoculars provided by the hotel.

As others have mentioned, the staff are exceptionally helpful, even for Japanese standards.

My wife and I really our stay, our 16 year old son...not so much! You really need to understand what this hotel is offering (and what it isnt) and be able to immerse yourself in it fully (literally in terms of the onsen!) to really enjoy the experience and avoid frustrating yourself and also the hotel staff.
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Date of stay: July 2016Trip type: Travelled with family
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Men-rui wrote a review Jan 2015
Dublin, Ireland98 contributions73 helpful votes
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4.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed here as part of our honeymoon in Japan and had a very relaxing and wonderful experience. We wanted a traditional experience and that is what we got. At first we had no clue of what we should do. Will we wear our Yakuta at dinner or should we wear our regular clothes, how do we eat the food, can we walk around in our shoes etc. We figured these out as the days went on but we enjoyed being a little out of our depth. There is no bar facility in the hotel but we got a few beers from the beer vending machine and had them in our room after dinner. We had booked via InsideJapan so knew to call the hotel from Lake Chuzenji Nikko and they picked us up promptly. The main asset to this hotel is its staff; although they spoke little English they were super friendly and couldn’t do enough for us. The food was simply amazing and really tasty. We had breakfast and dinner included and although some things on offer were too much for our pallet (raw jellyfish)we loved what we tasted. We got the bus to the waterfall; although it left a little early another staff member drove us there to catch up with it which was a great service. I was nervous about using the Roykan and we only used it once but it was a great experience and quite relaxing. The English translations in the room were not great so I corrected them and offered the corrections to staff. They took it well and thanked me. When we left they gave us a wedding gift of 2 Japanese tea cups which we treasure. Overall a super experience and I would recommend it for anyone looking for a traditional experience. The staff is a wonderful asset to this hotel. Would love to return again.
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Date of stay: August 2014
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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hankey wrote a review May 2012
sydney2 contributions6 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Just returned from two nights at the Hotel Shikisai and had the most wonderful stay. From the moment we were collected at the JR station by our English speaking host, we were so well looked after. No request was too small from side trips to pharmacies to complementary nappies for our baby. For meals we were provided with a private dining area so our 11 month old could crawl about whilst we enjoyed the amazing Kansei dining experience.

The on-site onsen were also incredible, private and very beautiful. After all the walking and stress of touring Kyoto and Tokyo, our worries just melted away. I had an image of what a ryokan experience should be and the Hotel Shikisai exceeded our expectations.

Thank you to all the staff for making us feel so welcome. We will be back.
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Date of stay: May 2012
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
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TatianaMerkulova wrote a review May 2018
London, United Kingdom5 contributions6 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
The Shikisai hotel has luxury of beatiful nature around. They don't benefit from that though. The rooms tatami was dirty, the window outlooking the nature was covered with stains and hotel staff said 'it's not possible to clean the window'.

The food is not good. Dinner service is slow. Serving instant orange juice to accompany Japanese breakfast is a bad idea.
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Date of stay: May 2018
1.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Rooms in another hotel are cleaner.
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Shuting Y wrote a review Oct 2016
台灣台北市19 contributions36 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
I think the Hotel is not for Foreigner to stay, their staff is really not kind to us. I can say there's no service, and let me feel uncomfortable. not worth to spend luxury time here. Very disappointment. I will ask all my friends that don't choose this one. it's too expensive with BAD service.
not a good experience to stay.
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Date of stay: October 2016
1.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Michael K wrote a review Oct 2015
New York City, New York138 contributions40 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Our party consisted of 6 adults and we decided on getting 2 japanese-style rooms for our 2 day stay. The rooms were plenty large for each group.

We took the 8am train from Asakusa station on the SPACIA train to Nikko. The 2-day pass and SPACIA tickets were purchased that morning. I emailed the hotel to confirm the 2:40 shuttle bus from nikko station. Once we arrive at Nikko, we put our luggage in the lockers and headed up to the shrines. We spent most of the morning at the shrines before heading down back to town for lunch at 12:30. The bus rides in town are included with your 2 day nikko passes. After lunch we found the Nikko shuttle bus to take us to the ryokan.

Check in process was straight forward. Our host spoke english fairly well, even with a very heavy accent. He provided us a basic guide of the facilities and our rooms. The hot springs are medium sized compared to other we have been to. There is guide on how to best use them upon entering the baths. We used the baths as soon as we checked in so there weren't many people there. The baths can hold maybe 12-16 people comfortably, so it can get crowded during peak times. We also soaked again early in the AM. ~6:30.

Our dining was held at a private room. The evening meal is a typical kaiseki offering with many small dishes that highlight the areas ingredients. I would give the meal 7/10. It was presented very well, but I felt the flavors were somewhat lacking. Breakfast was also in the same room, but I felt the meal was better better, closer to 9/10. The hotel provides a very quick tour of the lake area before heading down to nikko station. If you are looking for a slower/casual exploration of the lake area, I would suggest take the tour bus to one of the locations and explore yourself. Even better, I would suggest staying an extra day and doing some of the hiking trails that are available. But we did the tour and was back at nikko station around noon. Since we booked a much later train back, we found a sake brewery nearby for a quick visit before our train. Overall, the stay was very pleasant, but quick. If I were to do it again, the 2nd day would be an all day affair that we would do ourselves instead of taking their tour. It would required a separate bus pass, but I think you would get a better overall visit.
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Date of stay: October 2015
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Epicurius_at_large wrote a review Mar 2015
Hong Kong116 contributions74 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
It was early March, and the Chuzenji Lake area was still snow bound. Yet hotel staff at Shikisai gave us warm welcome the moment we stepped into the front door. Our twin size tatami room was quite spacious with a beautiful view of the mountain slope and the lake not far beyond. The manager spoke very good English and gave us a thorough introduction to hotel facilities and spa rituals.

The Kaiseki dinner was delicious, and colourful to say the least. "Yuba" or Bean Curd sheets is the absolute highlight. "Yuba" is a local specialty - hand made in traditional way using the freshest ingredients. It is delicate, moderately "Al Dente" and matches with many flavours. "Yuba" can be tasted raw, cooked, or grilled. Nikko is one of the few places in Japan which still offer fresh "Yuba" due to its laborious production process. For those eager to experience authentic Japanese cuisine, this should be at the top of wish list.

I must also mention that Breakfast was also amazing, served in beautiful pottery and tableware.

Onsen and spa were also very comfortable, clean and refreshing.

Many thanks to all staff for a memorable stay.
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Date of stay: March 2015
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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Trip type: Travelled with family
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Answer from OGREjp
Kita, Japan260 contributions98 helpful votes
Early March,there are few snowfalls. The main road will have been snow-removed but how about narrow winding road? I think that most rental cars are with winter tires, but I do not recommend driving winter Nikko if you have never been driving the snow road. Of course, if you are blessed with good weather you do not have to worry about it :) Have a nice trip!
Answer from OGREjp
Kita, Japan260 contributions98 helpful votes
Yes, of course. In Japan, good “insect repellent - MUSHIYOKE” are sold at a drug store so it is good to solve this issue.
TatianaMerkulova wrote a tip May 2018
London, United Kingdom5 contributions6 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
"Rooms in another hotel are cleaner."
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Thomas K wrote a tip Feb 2018
Taipei, Taiwan239 contributions136 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Enjoy the outdoor onsen"
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DrJayMic wrote a tip Nov 2017
Tokyo, Japan667 contributions137 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"A guest room faced to the forest and Lake Chuzenji"
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RoamingHorse wrote a tip Oct 2017
New Zealand109 contributions32 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"All are non-smoking rooms here."
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honeyloveme8 wrote a tip Oct 2016
Taipei, Taiwan3 contributions8 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"don't come"
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£96 - £175 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
JapanKantoTochigi PrefectureNikkoNikko Onsen / Chuzenji Onsen
NUMBER OF ROOMS
36
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Shikisai
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Shikisai?
Nearby attractions include Chuzenjiko Lake Boat House (0.6 miles), Japan Amphibian Laboratory (0.7 miles), and Nikko Futarasan-Jinja Nantaisan Okumiya (0.3 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Shikisai?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Hotel Shikisai?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Shikisai?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and complimentary tea during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Shikisai?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Shikisai?
Conveniently located restaurants include Coffee House Yukon, Handmade Soba Katsura, and Okajin.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Shikisai?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Nikko Futarasan Jinja Chugushi Shrine (1.0 miles) and Nishi Rokuban Garden (0.8 miles).
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