Guest rating3 / 5

CLOSELY LOCATED TO SHINSHU UNIVERSITY, SHINSHU UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL, NAGANO CULTURAL HALL, MATSUMOTO CITY GYMNASIUM, BASEBALL FIELD, TENNIS COURT AND CIVIC ARTS COMPLEX.

Facilities

Hotel Facilities

  • cafe
  • conference room
  • non-smoking rooms
  • bicycle rental

Room Facilities

  • TV
  • fax machine
  • Internet (WiFi)
  • electric kettle
  • tea set
  • refrigerator
  • hair dryer
  • desk lamp
  • individual temperature control
  • toilet with washlet (in some rooms)
  • body soap
  • 2-in-1 shampoo and conditioner
  • toothbrush
  • razor
  • towels
  • bath towel
  • yukata (Japanese-style robe)
  • slippers
  • microwave oven (in some rooms, reservation required)
  • electric blanket

Available Services

  • fax available
  • wake-up call
  • express delivery

About Hotel

Check-in:

15:00 ~ 22:00

Check-out:

10:00

Closest station:

BUS FROM EAST EXIT OF MATSUMOTO STATION ON JR LINE, 15 MIN. BY BUS ON MINAMI-ASAMA LINE AND ALIGHT FROM MINAMI-ASAMA AND WALK 1 MIN. / 15 MIN BY CAR FROM NAGANO WAY MATSUMOTO IC. OR TOYOSHINA I.C.

Address:

633-2, Minamiasama, Matsumoto City, Nagano 390-0306, Japan

Phone number:

0263-46-1540

Fax number:

0263-46-1685

Parking:

25 CARS / FREE

Conditions

Please note

If you are late for check-in time, please call the hotel directly.There is no closing time.

Extra bed is not available.

Cancellation policy

Should you cancel your booking, a cancellation fee will be charged to you according to the date (Japan Standard Time) the booking changes and cancellation request are accepted.
*Special cancellation policies may apply to certain dates and accommodation plans.
Please confirm the cancellation policy on the booking step pages before completing your reservation.

  • No-show
    100%
  • On the date of arrival
    100%
  • One day prior to arrival
    50%

Other information


Accessibility


    Nearby attractions and activities

    • tennis
    • croquet
    • golf
    • soccer
    • cycling
    • track and field
    • amusement park
    • museum
    • art museum
    • foraging for wild edible plants