Hotel Listel Inawashiro

Hotel Listel Inawashiro

Hotel Listel Inawashiro is situated in Listel Park, a 700,000-square-meter property with its own herb garden, ski area, outdoor sports facilities, and more. This hotel offers a wide variety of enjoyment as an all-season destination resort.

There are two types of accommodation within the hotel complex: the Wing Tower is an European-style, high-rise hotel, and the Main Building is a condominium hotel with a kitchen in each room. The spa facility is well-equipped with a number of onsen baths, including ones that guests can enjoy while wearing a bathing suit. An outdoor bath that commands a panoramic view of Lake Inawashiro is also located on site.

Venue Details

Venue Details

Hotel Listel Inawashiro

(+81) 242-66-2233

Entrance FeeRoom charge
One night with two meals: Between 11,800 yen and 29,800 yen (Tax incl.)
Accommodation details

Capacity: 370 rooms (holding approx. 1,360 guests)

Room styles: Twin/Combination style (2 beds + 6-tatami-mat Japanese room)

Room charge: Room charge
One night with two meals: Between 11,800 yen and 29,800 yen (Tax incl.)

Check in / Check out: 15:00 / 11:00

Meals: Buffet or Western-style course menu or Japanese-style course menu

Hot springs: Alkaline simple thermal spring

Pets: Pet hotel available (3,240 yen per night)

Related infoFacilities:
Spa, swimming pool, open-air baths,
Japanese-style pub, Karaoke room, game center,
Top-floor lounge, coffee lounge, herb garden (Open: Apr. - Nov.)
Ski area (Open: Dec. - Mar.), Camping site (Open: Summer),
Outdoor swimming pool (Open: Summer), Tennis courts (Open: Apr. - Nov.), and more.
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Access Details
AccessListel Park, Kawageta, Inawashiro Town, Fukushima Pref. 969-2696
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Getting there

By Car: 10 min from Inawashiro Bandaikogen I.C. exit off the Ban-etsu Expressway

By Train: 15 min by shuttle bus from Inawashiro Station on the JR Ban-etsu West Line


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