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Reviewed June 12, 2017

Arrived pretty late in the evening but it was still a pleasant experience. Hotel front counter staff were welcoming. Pointed me to the 7 Eleven which I could get to by foot for some quick supplies and told me onsen was available as part of the room...until 11pm. The onsen was decent...2 pools. one of which was pretty hot.

  • Stayed: June 2017, travelled with family
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1  Thank Stanley A
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Reviewed May 13, 2017

We stayed here for about 9 nights, with a couple of other groups of friends. This hotel is located in the Kitanomine zone of the Furano ski fields. This is important if you are skiing at Furano, as Furano town itself is a long way from the ski field and we were within 200m of the goldola at Edel Warme hotel.
The best thing about the hotel is that they have a shuttle for the 200m to the gondola (which we used every morning as it was uphill all the way) or to Furano ski zone if you want. Also the shuttle from Sapporo pulled up at the hotel's doorstep so no lugging bags & skis.
The other good thing was they had an excellent breakfast included in the room rate, including both Japanese and Western foods, both ample and good quality and the menu changed from one day to the next. Bonus!
The hotel was also centrally located with numerous bars & restaurants located close by which was handy as the weather was freezingly cold all week. The hotel did dinner's but we ate out all week.
The rooms were larger than we had been expecting for Japanese hotels, but with the usual pre-moulded bath. However almost all our bathing was done in the Onsen which is located in the basement of the hotel. We used it every day as did a large number of other guests. However the normal rules of no clothing for the Onsens applied (both male and female), so if you're shy you'll need to use your shower.
In the large communal lounge room there was a huge fireplace where guests could mingle at the end of the day swapping stories, and you were able to bring your own beer, wine and snacks to this area to relax. This was great as we chatted to all the other skiers every night before heading out for dinner, and the hotel provided all the glasses and cleaned up after us. My only complaint about this area was that there was not enough firewood to make the fire do anything more than gently smoke, which detracted from the atmosphere and made the room smoky. Maybe the hotel needs to be a bit more generous with its wood supply as its a lovely gathering area.

The staff were excellent, while not all could speak english there was always someone on duty who was a good english speaker so no problems there, and nothing was a problem.
The other thing we noticed was that many of the guests had returned for many years, and if I go back to Furano I will return to Edel Warme as well.

Stayed: February 2017
2  Thank Sail_Scarlett
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Reviewed March 1, 2017

We stayed here for 4 nights in a quiet and comfortable room, loft room on the 4th floor. Room size was ok by japanese standards with all the amenities. Free shuttle bus is provided too for pick up/drop off at either Furano Zone or Kitanomine, but you must book a day ahead. The hotel and rooms are somewhat dated (80's) but then we did come here to ski. The hotel is quite clean and large and central to the Kitanomine area. Compared to other hotels in the area this place is good value and the only negative is the front desks grasp of English.......lots of hand signals and finger pointing needed. I Highly recommend this hotel though

  • Stayed: February 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank Michael T
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Reviewed February 19, 2017

This hotel was our home base for our group ski trip to Furano. During the ski season with hotels running out of rooms early, we nabbed the last room at a pretty decent price, compared to the resorts in the area.

Simple to get to from the airport, the Hokkaido Resortliner Bus picked us up from the New Chitose Airport Terminal and dropped us off right in front of the hotel. For our friends coming from Sapporo after the Snow Festival, they were able to take the Chuo Bus from Sapporo Station right to the hotel as well.

No, the location is NOT right on the slopes, but it's not a bad walk up to the Kitanomine Lift. The hotel has a complimentary shuttle that will take you and your gear to any of the lifts, you just have to reserve it ahead of time. We actually just rented gear at the Prince Resorts shop at the bottom of the Kitanomine Lift, and left it there each night so all that week we just had to walk up in the morning, suit up and glide onto the chair lift or the gondola.

The rooms themselves were modest and dated. There was a funky smell in ours that we determined was coming from the heater, so we cracked the window and propped the door open to let it air out, and never really used the heater that week. Which was fine because we were always hustling with all our winter gear on and by the time we got to our room we would have liked it cold anyway, and the comforters were enough to keep us cozy at night. Only the mornings were a bit of a rough start. There were some questionable stains on the comforter when we first checked in though.

The bathroom, though small, had the essentials (shampoo, conditioner, body soap, face soap, toothbrushes, etc). The plumbing setup was funny because it had one faucet that connected to both the sink and the shower, so you had to pick one and make sure the knob was turned to that direction. There was an incident while I was taking a shower and my partner came in to wash hands in the sink and was turning the hot and cold knobs and not understanding why the water was coming out... let's just say I was NOT happy the the water temperature changes as a result. The toilet is a "shower toilet" or "washlet", which is great, but I really wish the seats were heated! (The toilets in the lobby DO have heated seats, just FYI).

Hotel Features:
Wifi - the hotel has free wifi in the rooms and password-protected wifi in the lobby area.

Food - The hotel has a restaurant, but we weren't thrilled by the breakfast selection and ended up getting conbini breakfast from 7-Eleven the whole week. We love 7-Eleven's ready-made food. However I do encourage you to try the hotel breakfast at least once, you might find more things you like. We were always out for dinner with the group so we never got to experience the hotel restaurant's dinner, though the photos looked really nice.

Communal Bath/Hot Spring - The hotel also has a communal bath on the bottom floor, free for guests. There are yukata (Japanese-style robes) that you can wear through the hotel to get to the bath. Please familiarize yourself with onsen/bath etiquette first before just jumping in!

Common Area - The best part of the hotel is the cozy firepit area in the lobby. Our group often met there for breakfasts and right before dinners. There are vending machines in that area, two of them just for beer! This was a great place to socialize and meet the other hotel guests.

Staff - The front desk staff was very pleasant, though the English was limited. They often helped us call taxis to different places, reserve the ski shuttle for pickup, and even helped us find a place to eat that could accommodate our big group.

Check-out - The check-out time seems a little too early at 10am. You can opt to stay later, for a fee. We just needed an extra hour and they charged us 1000 yen, or about $10 US.

All in all, great hotel for the price, and we look forward to staying there again when we return to Furano next season.

  • Stayed: February 2017, travelled with friends
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3  Thank Tasha M
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Reviewed January 29, 2017 via mobile

from furano station you need to take taxi to the hotel. this hotel has rooms with 2 or 3 or 4 beds for family. taxi cost you 900 yen. the hotel in winter seasons offer ski shuttle bus to the ski or ropeway. they offer ski equipment. you can walk to seven eleven and have restaurant nearby

Stayed: January 2017, travelled with family
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