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Excellent in many respects. The traditional suite (we were staying at the 6th floor), facing the gorge, was spacious, clean, furnished with taste, and extremely quiet. The scent of the tatami would welcome us every time we entered. The food at the breakfast and at...More
Beautiful view of river and valley. Big beautiful room and bathroom with separate toilet. Best place we stayed on our onsen tour of Hokkaido. Kaiseki dinner was good, breakfast not so much...7/11 across the street
Stayed there for one day. Food wise dinner is ok but prefer the breakfast. The hot spring is nice and have two outdoor tubs. They switch the hotspring daily between the male and female so you get to use both sides. The bedroom window is...More
Wanted to stay somewhere in the Daisetsuzan National Park and this gorge area is a popular spot.
The Choya Resort Hotel has a large free car park and is across the street from what seemed to be the only convenience store in this area.
we got a room facing the road but it was no problem. our room was big enough for two and its japanese style allowed us to experience living like in a local house. my sister even wanted to try sleeping inside the cupboard just like...More
US$144 - US$304 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Yes, there is.
It departs from in front of "Smile Hotel Asahikawa" at 2:30 p.m. which is about 10munite walk from Asahikawa Station.
You need to call Choyo resort and make a reservation beforehand. 01658-5-3911
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"Splurge on the suite, it's totally worth it. And ask for rooms facing the canyon."