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Most foreign visitors to Myoko Kogen choose to stay around the main village of Akakura Onsen which is about 10 minutes by taxi from Myoko-Kogen Station. There is a good range of Akakura Onsen accommodation within the village, easy access to ski rentals and ski schools, along with a great variety of restaurants and bars.
Destination Joetsu-Myoko is pleased to offer a selected range of locally owned Akakura accommodation, hotel and ryokan options ensuring that you enjoy your stay to the fullest with a rich cultural experience.
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Akakura Wakui Hotel
Situated overlooking Akakura Onsen Ski Resort, the popular Akakura Wakui Hotel (赤倉ワクイホテル) is operated by a well-known local family and offers a mix of simple accommodation options – Japanese style (featuring traditional tatami flooring and futon bedding), western style or a family rooms with a mix of both. Prices start at around 6,000 yen per person, per night (twin room). Check here for more info.
The Akakura Takeda Hotel is based near the foot of Akakura Ski Resort right in the heart of Akakura Onsen village. The Hotel Takeda Myoko offers a hot spring bath and bright Japanese-style rooms with shared bathroom/onsen. Wi-Fi is available and the property has a drying room, launderette and drinks vending machines. Prices start at around 7,500 yen per person, per night (twin room). Check here for more info.
Lodge Hunter Myoko is fabulously located Myoko accommodation and restaurant right in the centre of Akakura Onsen village close to restaurants, bars and shops. Akakura Onsen Ski Resort is only a short walk (300 metres) away from Hunter Lodge. Prices start at around 6,000 yen per person, per night (twin room). Check here for more info.
Senke Hotel enjoys a superb location, located right on the main street of Akakura Onsen, making it less than a 5-minute walk from both the Akakura Onsen Ski Resort and Akakan Ski Resort. It features onsen hot-spring baths, three restaurants and eighteen Japanese-style rooms. Prices start at around 5,500 yen per person, per night (twin room). Check here for more info.
Hotel Alp Myoko
Hotel Alp Myoko is a genuine ski in, ski out hotel bordering two resorts – Akakura Onsen Ski Resort and Akakura Kanko Resort. This popular Akakura Onsen accommodation has recently undergone some nice updates and offers both Japanese or western style with ensuite facilities. Facilities include dining room (where breakfast is served each morning), a lounge area on each level, both indoor/outdoor onsen hot springs, drying room and ski storage. Prices start at 28,000 yen per twin room, per night (not per person).
Wasabi Chalets Myoko
Wasabi Chalets offer a great range of self contained Akakura accommodation that can sleep up to 12 people, including ‘Ridge Rider’ located just up from the Kumado office of Akakura Onsen Ski Resort. Wasabi Cabin and Wasabi Wonderland are located in the ‘San Moritz’ pension area in lower Akakura Onsen, whilst Powder Peaks is located further down the hill and suits groups with their own rental car. For a group of six, prices average around 45,000-90,000 a night depending on location and time of season.
SOTO House is located in St. Moritz area below Akakura Ski Resort Village. This self contained Myoko accommodation is great for both families and large groups, giving you complete privacy, plus the convenience of being next door to SOTO Lodge and SOTO Café & Lounge. SOTO House was completely renovated and refurbished in 2021. The house has a modern, full-sized kitchen and dining room, opening onto a spacious living area. Check here for more info.
Soto Lodge Myoko
SOTO Lodge Myoko is a boutique hotel located in St. Moritz area below Akakura Ski Resort Village. It has been recently renovated, with a modern vibe, a place to stay, relax, eat, drink, and make new friends. The guest rooms feature western-style beds, TVs, and WiFi internet access. Check here for more info.
AIR Myoko is a genuine ski in, ski out boutique lodge bordering two resorts – Akakura Onsen Ski Resort and Akakura Kanko Resort. A.I.R. offers an intimate experience with only 7 traditional Japanese tatami rooms with shoji windows overlooking the ski-runs. This Akakura lodge is not like a traditional hotel but a melding of ryokan hospitality and contemporary comforts. In the evening the in-house restaurant hosts an intimate dining experience inspired by traditional Kaiseki cuisine. Prices start at around 12,000 yen per person, per night (twin room).
Refre Hotel Myoko
Refre Myoko is a small boutique hotel with an excellent location just off the main street of Akakura Onsen. Guests can just about ski in from both Akakura Kanko Resort and Akakura Onsen Ski Resort. The Refre offers a choice of 4 Western style rooms, 1 family room (with ensuite) and 4 Japanese style rooms. There is a relaxing lounge area for guests, a full cooked breakfast each morning, plus both indoor and outdoor onsen hot springs. Prices start at around 8,000 yen per person, per night (twin room).
Note: There is only limited availability from Feb/March 2024
Akakura Hotel Myoko / Annex Hotel
Located just a five minute walk from the Akakura Onsen ski lifts, the Akakura Hotel and adjoining (via internal corridor) Annex Hotel offers simple yet comfortable and cosy rooms, all with ensuite facilities. A choice of western or Japanese style rooms is available with the main hotel boasting larger, better finished rooms than the Annex. Guests at the Annex have access to facilities of both hotels including the fabulous indoor/outdoor and private family onsen hotsprings. Prices start at around 8,000 yen per person, per night (twin room). If you are staying 10 nights then the 10th night is free! Check here for more info.
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