Hot Spring Suite 2018-06-04T06:14:38+00:00

Original full flat style bathtub within the Hot Spring Suite.

For our guests’ full enjoyment of hot springs, we have developed a new type of open-air bath.
In the open-air bath space, enjoy a drink and/or TV.

The third and fourth floor rooms have grand views of the Seto Inland Sea and the sunset. In order to ensure a dynamic view, the fourth floor room does not have a balcony.

The following room types are available (they all have the same floor plan):

4th Floor: Hot Spring Suite with Panoramic Views

1st, 2nd, 3rd Floors: Hot Spring Suites with Forest Views

Smoking is permitted only in the bathrooms and on the balconies of the rooms with forest views.
The 4th-floor room with panoramic views is non-smoking.

Children are welcome to stay at this suite (one group per day only).

The information below applies to children aged 0 to 1st through 6th grades of elementary school), who are welcome to stay in a the “Hot Spring Suite with Panoramic Views” on the 4th floor (top floor).

No additional charge if sharing a bed (additional beds are available for a fee)
* Additional beds (max. 2 beds): JPY 8,000 (plus tax) per bed; Baby beds at JPY 5,000 (plus tax) per bed

A designated dining room is provided for guests with small children, separate from the restaurant, so they can enjoy and savor their family dinner alone. Note: Breakfast is served at the restaurant for both guests with and without small children.

Children’s Meal Plan: JPY 4,000

Baby Food: We ask that you please prepare your own.
*A designated dining room is provided for guests with small children, separate from the restaurant.

Room Details

SizeMax OccupancyNumber of Rooms
102.5㎡4 persons4 rooms

Bed Type:Hollywood Twin(Simmons 140cm ×2)

FLOOR PLAN

Aonagi Suite

BATH Nekoroten

Our Hot Spring Suite is equipped with a half open-air bathroom with neyu (a type of bath that involves lying down in a shallow bathtub).
With the water PH level at 8.25, our hot spring baths are warm and gentle, full of hydrogen carbonate ion and radon.
We heat and circulate the hot spring, due to its relatively low temperature at the source. Warm up from head to toe in the bathtub and cool down by lying down in the shallow neyu.
Then get back in the bathtub to warm up again. Take time and enjoy the full health benefits of hot-spring bath, warming up and cooling down repeatedly.

Aonagi Suite

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