Hotel Seikoen

No centro histórico e com excelente localização em Nikko, Hotel Seikoen fica a apenas 5 minutos de caminhada de Toshogu e de Nikko Toshogu Treasure Museum. Este hotel fica a 18,1 km de Lago Chūzenji e a 0,3 km de Nikko Toshogu Art Museum.Sinta-se em casa em um de nossos 25 quartos com ar-condiciona...

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Quarto tradicional, para não fumantes, vista para a montanha

Máx. 4 adultos e 2 crianças


Quarto econômico (Japanese Style, Single Use)

Máx. 1 adulto


Quarto duplo

Máx. 2 adultos


Quarto tradicional (JapaneseStyle,Limited Bathtime noise)

Máx. 4 adultos


Quarto econômico (Japanese Style)

Máx. 2 adultos e 1 criança

Informações do estabelecimento

Entrada a partir de: 15:00

Saída até: 10:00

No centro histórico e com excelente localização em Nikko, Hotel Seikoen fica a apenas 5 minutos de caminhada de Toshogu e de Nikko Toshogu Treasure Museum. Este hotel fica a 18,1 km de Lago Chūzenji e a 0,3 km de Nikko Toshogu Art Museum.Sinta-se em casa em um de nossos 25 quartos com ar-condicionado, geladeiras e TVs de tela plana. Banheiro privativo com chuveiro/banheira combinados apresenta produtos de toalete de cortesia e secadores de cabelo. As comodidades incluem cofres e escrivaninhas.Vá ao Shakunage, restaurante deste hotel, para saborear um delicioso almoço. O local também serve ref...

2350 Sannai - Nikko, Tochigi - Japão - 321-1431

Comodidades do estabelecimento

Entrada a partir de: 15:00

Saída até: 10:00

Avaliação dos hóspedes


Pontuação dos viajantes
  • Excelente


  • Muito Bom


  • Bom


  • Razoável


  • Ruim


Perfil dos viajantes
  • Negócios


  • Romântica


  • Viagem a sós


  • Família


  • Viagem com amigos


Resumo das pontuações
  • Atendimento

  • Custo-benefício

  • Limpeza

  • Localização

  • Qualidade do sono

  • Quartos

great food, great staff, seriously needs a remodel and a good scrub

Avaliou em 22 de abril de 2019

I'm sorry to give this hotel a poor review, because the staff were so friendly and lovely. I would say that the people working there, their kindness and friendliness, are the only thing this hotel has going for it (besides location). The location next to the shrines is unbeatable. No other hotel has such a great location. You can get up early and walk right over to Tokugawa's resting place practically alone before any other tourists wake up. I will say that the price value matches what you get. No other ryokan in Nikko provides meals and rooms at this price. The food was EXCELLENT - seems like the money goes into making wonderful and delicious meals, and they even customized a kids meal for my son upon request, with kid-friendly foods like a hamburger steak and tempura. We enjoyed our kaiseki meal here very much and it was the highlight of our stay. Now, the downsides. It wasn't the cleanest hotel I've ever stayed in, and in fact, the shower curtain was covered in mold. The bathroom looked like it had been built in 1960 and held together with duct tape ever since. It was a small uncomfortable old bathroom and we tried not to spend a lot of time in it. However since I have tattoos, we couldn't enjoy the public bath that other reviewers have mentioned. The room was large enough to fit all of our futons and the futons were comfortable. It's just that the whole hotel needs a re-do. The carpets are old and worn, and in a garish burgundy that is no longer in vogue. It was just a little sad. However, there were many happy people there (mostly Japanese) and perhaps this place is filled with nostalgia for them, like an old mountain hotel would be in the US for those of us who live here.

Shannon D

Good dinner, nice staff

Avaliou em 8 de dezembro de 2018

We stayed in a ryokan room of the hotel. That was a wonderful experience. The dinner was served in the room and was great. All these things that are unknown to us. It is like little presents. And delicious. They of course have a Onzen, nice too. The location is first class. Right next to interesting temples. The trees here in the woods are amazing! Big!


Humble little ryokan in an excellent location

Avaliou em 11 de maio de 2018

Don’t expect upscale and classy; the property does look a little worn and the rooms are functional at best. The room comes with dinner served in room and breakfast at the restaurant, which are the highlights. The elaborate kaiseki dinner was a fun and delicious experience (lots of yuba, Nikko’s specialty) used in interesting ways) and even though English is not widely spoken in this ryokan, the staff who served it tried his best to explain what every single dish was in English, and he did an excellent job. Breakfast at the restaurant was also filled with interesting dishes and yummy. There’s an indoor and outdoor onsen and also a sauna within the indoor onsen, though I only had time to try the indoor one. Through the full length window, you can view the trees outside, making for a relaxing experience. The indoor onsen is open 24 hours, so you can even go in for a late night soak according to the helpful staff but the outdoor one and sauna have limited opening hours. In terms of location, this ryokan can’t be beat. It’s smack in the middle of Nikko’s famous temples. The UNESCO world heritage site Toshogu Shrine is a mere five minutes stroll away. Shinkyo Bridge and Kanmangafuchi Abyss are all within walking distance too. To reach the ryokan, you’ll need to take a bus from Tobu-Nikko station, and bus stop No. 81 is just right outside the hotel. Bus stops No. 7 and 8 at the main road are about a 10-15 mins walk away. (You’ll need to get to the main road to take the bus for the Chuzenji Onsen area and beyond.)


Japanese impeccable service

Avaliou em 11 de abril de 2018

We travelled as 2 couples with one of us in a Japanese room and one in a western room. Both rooms have good and bad points. The jananese room provides you with a complete Japanese experience, sleeping on the floor and eating dinner on very low tables in your room which requires sitting on the floor. This room had an extra toilet at floor level whereas the other bathroom required a step up as it is in the western room. The Japanese room is spacious and there is a small wardrobe but not much ‘putting’ space. The western room is much smaller but has a bedside table with bedside lights. Bathrooms are both tiny with a shower over a small but very deep bath. However if you use the hotel onsen every luxury is available there including body lotions and even hair volume booster. The onsen is wonderful. The food is also an amazing adventure. Everything is beautifully presented and delicious. Every day is different. We would like to thank Nemoto and Yamaguchi in particular for looking after us. Nemoto explained every dish and patiently answered our questions. If he didn’t know the word in English he would go and find out and come back later with the answer. All the staff are pleasant and helpful. There is a right way and a wrong way to do everything at a Japanese ryokan and we were quickly put straight if we made the mistake of walking around in our socks instead of using the slippers provided. The location of hotel sheikoen is about perfect. The pick of the temples is a short walk up hill from here. You are not allowed to take a car any closer anyway. Right outside the door is the bus stop for the world heritage bus which you can pay cash or use a suitcase card to get to other temples or back to either station. The Shinto bridge is just down the hill from where you can get the white bus to The lake area. We thoroughly recommend a stay here if you want to experience authentic Japanese hospitality and culture. We spent 3 nights and enjoyed every moment.


Ryokan within minutes walk from Toshugu Shrine

Avaliou em 13 de novembro de 2017

The location is meters walk from Toshugu Shrine. However, if you bring luggage it is preferable to take taxi, or bus that stops in front of the hotel (Seikoenmae bus stop). Otherwise, it will be a painful walk since the walk is not flat (a bit of climb). Hotel room is bit old and smelly, especially the bathroom. Probably because no exhaust fan in the bathroom. The dinner and breakfast were sumptuous and nice and the staffs are fluent in English.