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This is a very traditional ryokan located in Nozawa Onsen town. The room is spacious, clean and comfortable. The outdoor Onsen is a bit small but the temperate is just right, we felt very comfortable soaping inside. The dinner is very delicious. We are very...More
We really enjoyed our experience of 6 nights at Ryokan Sakaya whilst skiing at Nozawa Onsen. Our room was a suit of rooms, tastefully decorated and spacious, with a seperate bedroom and western beds, and a large bathroom. The living area featured an art work...More
We stayed here for 4 nights in February. We came to Nozawa primarily to ski. If you are coming to Nozawa to ski, I would suggest looking at another hotel closer to the lifts - however if you are looking to experience Japan and its...More
This is our second stay at the Ryokan Sakaya, and it was a wonderful as we expected.
This visit, once again in ski season, was with a family of 3 rather than 5. The traditional rook with tatami mats and futons wasps expected. We were...More
We are a family of five and stayed in January for a week's skiing and boarding. We've never been skiing to Japan before, so were looking for a traditional Ryokan experience. The whole experience was amazing and we'll definitely return...
The Ryokan Sakaya is perfectly...More
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US$262 - US$477 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#2 Top resorts Hotel in Nozawaonsen-mura
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Hello, the Sakaya is suitable for kids - sort of. What I mean is that you will not experience any problems, however unlike some hotels there are not any specific children's facilities (nowhere for them to play or to 'goof... More
Hello, the Sakaya is suitable for kids - sort of. What I mean is that you will not experience any problems, however unlike some hotels there are not any specific children's facilities (nowhere for them to play or to 'goof around'. However if you make sure they ski hard and so are pretty tired, they'll go to bed early so you won't have any such issues.
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"Room 605 is very small - but great views from that side of the hotel."