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Hotel management was very understanding of our situation which happened on the day of check in. Thank you. Both dinners exceeded expectations - highlights included abalone one night and lobster the other night. Fantastic, Japanese painting-like scenery from the room. Terrific room setup and very clean. Hotel was fully booked but you don't feel it - enjoyed the privacy. Great lounge areas. They also provide postcards for you to send to family and friends.
Breakfast on the second day was not as good as the first.
Big room,good service
Too small toilet ,dressing room
Feel so luxury n exclusive once step in the ryokan. Right next to Unzen hell national park with great view from our room n from the rooftop bar. Self service free flow alcohol drinks n juices from the rooftop bar which is enjoyable.
The duvet a bit too thick for not a winter season, the pyjamas provided can be more comfortable n more fashionable
Good food Some of the staff members were very polite and friendly (but not all sadly) and the hotel has a pretty special location right on top of Unzen's hell
At this price point, service could have been a touch better/more flexible. It was already known I had my child with me yet the room did not include a yukata for him - I had to ask for it and turns out they had it. Also, we had just purchased some fine Japanese peaches and the staff weren't willing to have the kitchen cut it for us during the breakfast/dinner (which were both meals included already in our rate). In both above examples, I have been to enough higher-end ryokans which would have gladly taken care of these properly. There are no public onsens at all, good ryokans often have very nice ones. The private onsen in our own room didn't have what I consider good enough privacy standards as there is a public path nearby that people can look into the room from
Beautiful hotel with outstanding facilities. Like the Volcanic water bath available in the room and the top floor club with free drinks and massage chairs. Beautiful view at 360 degrees. Rooms are spacious and of high quality design and materials.
Food is good but outpriced.
With a stay at Mt.Resort Unzen Kyushu Hotel in Unzen, you'll be a 1-minute walk from Unzen Jigoku Hell and 5 minutes by foot from Unzen Toy Museum. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby and a 24-hour front desk. Free self parking is available onsite.
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- Great view
- Nice building
- Good alcoholic drinks
- Pleasant entrance area
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FAQs when booking at Mt.Resort Unzen Kyushu Hotel
Where is Mt.Resort Unzen Kyushu Hotel located?
Mt.Resort Unzen Kyushu Hotel is located at 320 Unzen Obamacho, 12,7 km from the centre of Unzen. Unzen-Amakusa National Park is the closest landmark to Mt.Resort Unzen Kyushu Hotel.
When is check-in time and check-out time at Mt.Resort Unzen Kyushu Hotel?
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at Mt.Resort Unzen Kyushu Hotel.
Does Mt.Resort Unzen Kyushu Hotel offer free Wi-Fi?
Yes, Mt.Resort Unzen Kyushu Hotel offers free Wi-Fi.
Does Mt.Resort Unzen Kyushu Hotel offer free parking?
Yes, Mt.Resort Unzen Kyushu Hotel offers free parking.
Does Mt.Resort Unzen Kyushu Hotel offer free airport shuttle service?
No, Mt.Resort Unzen Kyushu Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
How far is Mt.Resort Unzen Kyushu Hotel from the airport?
Mt.Resort Unzen Kyushu Hotel is 38,1 km from Nagasaki. Mt.Resort Unzen Kyushu Hotel is 45,7 km from Saga.
Can you bring pets to Mt.Resort Unzen Kyushu Hotel?
No, pets are not allowed at Mt.Resort Unzen Kyushu Hotel.
Does Mt.Resort Unzen Kyushu Hotel have a pool?
No, Mt.Resort Unzen Kyushu Hotel does not have a pool on-site.
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Most popular landmarks
- Unzen-Amakusa National Park 3,5 km