Hekizantei

Hekizantei

Situated near Kagamigaike pond in Dake Onsen town stands Hekizantei. The hotel's onsen baths are provided with hot spring water that travels 7.8 km straight from the onsen source to reach the hotel. Enjoy fantastic views of Mt. Adatara from both the guest rooms and open-air baths.

Venue Details

Venue Details
Websitehttp://www.dakeonsen.or.jp/en/stay.htm
Contact

Dake Onsen Tourism Association

info@dakeonsen.or.jp

ParkingAvailable for free to hotel guests (Space for 60 cars)
Accommodation details

Capacity: 47 rooms

Room styles: Western-style & Japanese-style rooms available

Room charge: From around 9,500 yen p/p (dinner & breakfast included)

Check in / Check out: From 3:00 PM / Until 11:00 AM

Meals: Half-buffet style dinner; buffet-style breakfast

Hot springs: Acidic hot spring. Shared indoor and outdoor baths.

Related infoHotel Facilities: Karaoke rooms (one can be reserved), pool tables, shop, internet corner, lounge, yukata corner. Free wifi in all rooms.
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Access Details
AccessDake Onsen 2-13, Nihonmatsu City, Fukushima Pref. 964-0074
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Getting there

By Car: 15 min drive from the Nihonmatsu I.C. exit off the Tohoku Expressway

By Train: 20 min by taxi from Nihonmatsu Sta. (Tohoku Main Line)

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