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Hodakaso Yamanoiori

Gifu, Japan (QGU)

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Based on 199 reviews
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Traditional room 6 occupancy

  • One Japanese Futon
You will have a bathtub. This room is Smoking.

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2 Single beds and Futon 2 occupancy

  • Two Single Beds
  • One Japanese Futon
You will have a bathtub. This room is Smoking.

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2 Single beds and Futon 3 occupancy

  • Two Single Beds
  • One Japanese Futon
You will have a bathtub. This room is Smoking.

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Hodakaso Yamanoiori
1-58 Hatsuda-machi, Takayama, Japan

Property Features.
Hodakaso Yamanoiori features a restaurant. Additional property amenities include tour/ticket assistance, self parking, and a safe deposit box at the front desk.

Bathrooms feature bathtubs.

Based on 199 reviews
from Washington
Submitted on 01-14-2017
My wife, daughter and I stayed here for one night this January. The receptionist was rude and unwelcoming. The facility is old and worn down. The hallways are unheated as is the toilet room in the room (it is a small closet with a window to the outside that is open for circulation so the area is cold and the wash basin is incorporated into the toilet tank with only cold water. There's a separate, unheated shower room but the water in the shower was not reliable - it spurted nothing or scaling wa... Read more
from Singapore, Singapore
Submitted on 12-27-2016
Firstly, reviewers need to understand this is a traditional japanese style hotel. If one have the expectations for the rooms to be like those chain groups, then go stay at the chain groups. Yes, signs of age shows in this hotel, but it gives character to the place. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay - the space is pretty big, in fact, the biggest in the 4 different places we stayed this trip throughout - given there is a little area for drinking tea and having snacks. Hot water flask is placed for ... Read more
from London, United Kingdom
Submitted on 10-26-2016
Small room with futon on low plinth - not as comfortable as others where they had laid directly on the floor. Hard bean pillows. Thin walls - aware of neighbours activities. Shower over bath. Impossible to have a decent shower as water goes hot and cold all the time and quickly. Ryokan interior looks well worn and scruffy in places. There are slippers provided at the front door which are very slippy and if your room is on an upper floor dangerous! On more than one occasion we lost a slipper... Read more
Submitted on 10-20-2016
I rarely write reviews, let alone negative ones. The front desk lady was rude, she showed us to our room and quickly disappear without giving me the chance to ask questions. The whole place is outdated and smelly. Our room was on the third floor and they have no elevators so you have to carry your bags up (other real ryokans carry your luggage). After dinner we returned and the front desk man was smoking so the whole place smelled like cigarettes. I decided to go the onsen and it was DISGUSTING... Read more
from Chicago, Illinois
Submitted on 10-11-2016
This Ryokan was really well located in Takayama. We arrived late, but found the hotel easily. The staff we encountered upon check-in did not really speak any English, but somehow he made it work. We were very impressed that we were really able to understand everything he said...without any English and without us speaking any Japanese. Our room was very comfortable, but a bit odd, which I'm assuming is not unusual for hotels of this type. The reviews were pretty spot on - the hotel is a littl... Read more
from Sydney, Australia
Submitted on 09-29-2016
Traditional ryokan style accomodation with good onsen facilities. We booked a double room without private onsen. The indoor public onsen is very clean and surprisingly quiet. They are separated by gender and in comparison to other onsen we visited, were very warm. We could only stay in for less than 5 minutes or so. We did make use of them at least twice a day, and on only one occasion did we have to share with other guests. The front office staff do speak some English, but there were some ... Read more
Submitted on 09-23-2016
We booked this accommodation (my mum 68 yo and myself 29 yo) at about $200 AUD a night for the superior room with breakfast included. It was booked based on the reviews from Trip Advisor and other websites. I wish we had really done some thorough research so we could have known it was not worth the money. When you read the 3rd party websites (eg. about the superior room it stated that you are upgrading to a room with a western style bed. (My mum has bad knees and can't sleep ... Read more
from Belmont, California
Submitted on 09-15-2016
First off, this is a Japanese style hotel, or ryokan. If you come expecting huge rooms and marble baths, you're going to be disappointed. Our room had a private bath, where most do not. The beds were futons. It feels unusual to Westerners, but it's quiet and comfortable. The onsen is indoors, separated by gender and is quite hot. We went around 3 both days and each had it to ourselves. The only demerit is having to tote luggage up two or three flights of stairs.
from San Francisco, California
Submitted on 09-07-2016
This was our first ryokan experience, and it was a great! We stayed in a double bedroom with private toilet (#315) for two nights. Rooms were clean, quiet, spacious, and VERY comfortable - very soft beds and comforters, nice robes, green tea and a small treat in the sitting area (hot water for tea lasts all day), good AC, and a small fridge. The onsen on the bottom floor was also clean and relaxing as I was the only one in there both times - around 5pm. We used CC points to book this hotel, b... Read more
from Hong Kong, China
Submitted on 08-25-2016
We booked a triple room for 2 adults and 2 kids. Room size is spacious. Booking web showed our room equipped 2 single beds and 1 tatami but in fact, we all slept on tatami (the mattresses of the 2 single beds were just laid down on the floor). No lift inside the hotel so we had to take our luggage to 3rd floor. Corridor seems no air-conditioner, a little bit hot. Mini hot spring at ground floor. All guests must shoe off and wear hotel slippers when getting in the main entrance. The staff... Read more