Ratings based on 9 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.2 out of 5
100% of guests recommend
4.1 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
3.8 Room comfort
3.9 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
5out of 5
by A verified traveller


Posted 10-Oct-2016
Cons: 沒有
Location: 中禪 寺湖
餐點非常好吃,人員很親切,還能泡溫泉 吃飯時可以穿旅館提供的浴衣,感覺超棒的 每個服務人員都很親切,像在家裡吃飯 有種被服務的很好的感覺
5out of 5
by YU-CHENG from Taiwan

Great experiences of tradition Japanese living!

Posted 12-Jun-2016 on Hotels
Great service. Great experience of traditional Japanese living. Definitely book their dinner and breakfast because they are delicious. (Also, it's hard to find a place to eat at early morning and dinner time nearby the lake!) Comfortable hot spring, great lake view from the room. A minor disadvantage was, the room we lived in was without a private bathroom.
4out of 5
by Hsiu ching from Taiwan

Posted 09-Jun-2016 on Hotels
5out of 5
by Chin Kun from Taiwan

Posted 10-Feb-2016 on Hotels
5out of 5
by Hsiao-Han from 臺灣


Posted 08-Feb-2016 on Hotels
4out of 5
by A verified traveller

This traveller left a rating score only Posted 19-Dec-2015 on Hotels
4out of 5
by abby

This traveller left a rating score only Posted 02-Mar-2013 on Hotels
5out of 5
by A verified traveller

This traveller left a rating score only Posted 02-Jul-2011 on Hotels
1out of 5
by A verified traveller from Hawaii

Nikko Sansui Hotel

Posted 13-Mar-2011 on Hotels
We booked the Nikko Sansui without knowing much about the area and because it seemed like the nicest one with availability. We were looking for a traditional Japanese ryokan experience and found exactly that. The only thing we didn't realize was that it was at a lake that was one hour by Tobu bus from the Nikko Station and temples area. Luckily we arranged to arrive by train early enough to catch the bus so we could arrive by dinner time. We arrived when it was snowing and the road to Lake Chuzenji was a steep climb to a mile high lake with 43 switchbacks. But the road was safe, the bus driver cautious and really no problem. We got dropped off at the Chuzenji Onsen stop in the dark with no idea of where the hotel was. Luckily the bus driver felt sorry for us and dropped us at the hotel. It would have been to the left of the station and a ten minute walk through snow mounded sidewalks. The next stop (Tachikikannon-iriguchi) is closer, but the bus sometimes ends at Chuzenji Onsen. The hotel was across the street from the lake and had a beautiful view of snow covered streets and mountains. We were the only guests there, probably because of winter, but that was fine. The ryokan experience was well worth it, with the breakfast and dinner being traditional japanese food meticulously prepared and presented. You have to like Japanese food, especially fish at all meals, but we had the best trout there. They had two indoor and two outdoor onsen (male and female) which was great for warming us up for the evening. Sleeping on the futon was very comfortable, even with my old back. The room was a 10 tatami mat room with an extra "smoking" room by the window with refrigerator (it was a no smoking room, though). The hotel is run by a family, although the mama san showed up only on the last morning. They are very sweet people and we would love to return again some day. Be sure to buy the Tobu bus 2 day pass, not the World Heritage bus pass. If you have a hotel reservation, the ticket counter next to the Tourist Information counter in the Tobu Nikko Station will give you half off the price, which they don't tell you at the JR station. The Chuzenji Onsen stop is 5 minute walk from Kegon Falls, and the lake looks like a great walking, boating area in the sping and summer. It was easy to catch the bus back to the Nikko area to tour the shrines and temples for the day and return in time for dinner.