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Reviewed August 11, 2017

We stayed here prior to an Alpine Route trip. We took the JR line to Omachi station then took a bus to Omachi Onsen. We were picked up by a hotel shuttle which brought us to the hotel. (Shuttel was there meeting the bus - I think it does so in the afternoons). Mr Ota was very helpful - he filled out the baggage transfer from for me so we could ship our luggage to Toyama. He also gave us good recommendations on where to go in the town for dinner. Be aware there are not a lot of options, they tend to fill up and are hard to get into for larger parties, and they close early. The place we went to had sensational food, great service (albeit no English and we don't speak Japanese, but very friendly anyway, and with Google translate we figured out what to order :). The breakfast at the hotel was amazing, with tons of western and Japanese options. The hotel is very well situated for the Alpine Route. We loved walking around the town at night - you can go out in your yukata with the over robe and it is comfortable, also there are lanterns you can bring for an atmospheric experience. we loved the fact that there are not very many non-Japanese on the Alpine Route and at this hotel, as it made for a more authentic Japanese experience - and Mr Ota was there to help if we had questions. The onsen was also a hit, as was the footbath. We got a room with private open air bath, which was nice as well. very comfortable. the whole area is pricey to find a hotel room at, as it is an onsen resort, FYI.

Room Tip: open air bath was great
  • Stayed: July 2017, travelled with family
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Thank Angewaa
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Reviewed May 17, 2017 via mobile

We stayed 1 night at this Ryokan before we travelled to the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine route. Very nice room, comfy tatami, very friendly staff. There was 1 indoor & 1 outdoor onsen, not very big though. Average dinner & breakfast. Check out the souvenir shop, u may find something unique there.

Stayed: April 2017
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Reviewed January 29, 2017

Stayed three nights at Keisui in January 2017. Everything about my time there was fantastic. The Japanese-style washitsu room was so well appointed and so relaxing and even though it has its own bathroom I didn't use it, instead visiting the fantastic hotel onsen/rotenburo. Sitting in the beautiful outdoor hot spring with the snow falling lightly on my head was one of those memories that will last a lifetime.
My visit was so peaceful and relaxing. Assistant Manager Mr Ota is US educated and speaks perfect English. On check-in he gave us a guided tour of the hotel so there was never any sense of uncertainty at all.
There is a lovely, relaxing sitting room overlooking the hotel's beautiful garden. There is no room wifi (the only downer) but there is free wifi here in the sitting room. I sat and enjoyed watching the snowfall, chatting with old friends. We also had a beautiful dinner and the breakfast each morning was lovely.
I can't say enough about how lovely and relaxing my stay was and if you would like to experience real Japanese hospitality in a hot spring hotel that has the right balance of modern and traditional you'd have trouble doing better than Keisui.

  • Stayed: January 2017, travelled with friends
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Thank optinone
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Reviewed October 8, 2016 via mobile

My partner and I were on a two week holiday and decided we wanted to have a night in a traditional Japanese hotel. This hotel is in the small village of Omachi, about one hour away from Matsumoto by train. Village itself is very small and quiet and feels very Alpine. The hotel was beside a beautiful Little brook and is surrounded by old pine trees. The hotel is very traditional, the staff are very friendly and try to help in English as much as possible and he set dinner was absolutely stunning. The highlight was the outdoor onsen, which was a comfortable temperature and in a very lovely sitting surrounded by shrubs and trees. It was also very private. The manager was very helpful the next day when we wanted to stop the Alpine rude and drove us to the bus stop. All in all, a wonderful stay.

Stayed: October 2016, travelled as a couple
Thank John T
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Reviewed July 11, 2016

A great location to stay before you head on Tateyama Alpine route. They have the best onsen especially their outdoor onsen. Their breakfast comes with an amazing japanese breakfast. They have the best service whereby, our trip was delayed due to the strong wind on Shinkansen, but the front desk provided us the best service when we checked in late. We were on the Tateyama Alpine route in the morning at certain time and their General Manager trying his very best to rush us to the bus stop. Well done and great job, GM. I would recommend everyone to stay at least for 2 days and I will definitely make a trip back in future.

  • Stayed: April 2016, travelled with friends
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Thank Rara2014
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