Hakuba Hotel Ougiya is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Hakuba-mura, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Hakuba Hotel Ougiya offers guests an array of room amenities including a refrigerator and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers 24 hour front desk and baggage storage, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features an on-site restaurant. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
While staying at Hakuba Hotel Ougiya, visitors can check out Wadano no Mori Church (0.9 mi) and Oide no Tsuribashi Suspension Bridge (1.7 mi), some of Hakuba-mura's top attractions.
While in Hakuba-mura, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Hakuba Hotel Ougiya, including Izakaya Hie (0.9 mi), Soba Shubo Zen (0.6 mi), and Mimi's Restaurant and Bar (0.3 mi).
If you are interested in exploring Hakuba-mura, check out a park, such as Oide Park.
Enjoy your stay in Hakuba-mura!
Pros: -Ougiya have traditional japanese feel to it which is great after spending most of your time with Ozzies everywhere in Hakuba. Nice tatami mates and paper windows. -Good balance between western and eastern bfast -The location is great and works well being between the main local area and snow mountains. - Not that hard to catch a bus or walk up to the evergreen area. Would suggest training through evergreen- very friendly. Really convenient going to Hakuba 47 with a bus stop outside the hotel. -Having their own onsen is great. The other ones in Hakuba are better but at least this one is onsite and close. -the ski/snowboard dry room is practical Cons: -I didnt get a discount that i could of from them because they didnt respond to the messages i sent them twice through their webage. Better off emailing them from your own email to email@example.com rather than their system. - The materials are basic in the room, still all you need but basic -the downstairs area isnt hygienic with patches of water and mould on the walkway. -the reception in general is not very helpful - when booking a discount room from bookings.com the pictures online are not accurate to the facilities in the cheaper rooms only the more expensive ones.…
We stayed 5 nights (late Feb) in a room with twin beds and an additional lounge/bed. Room was clean and very spacious with a couple of chairs and table to sit and look out at the mountain view (worth asking if this is available). Was great to look out in the morning to see what weather to expect. Bathroom had separate shower room with a bath tub, separate toilet room and then basin area. Onsen very good. Ski storage and drying room together in one big room - can lock skis, although no one worried about it. Owner of the hotel provides wonderful care for the guests offering advice on the area, timetables, restaurant recommendations, called ahead helping us with our next leg of the journey and even cooked (he is an accomplished chef) a degustation dinner for us and another couple - delicious!! Get your lift passes through the hotel for a good discount. We typically walked the 10min to the bus terminal when going to other mountains and put our shoes in an on mountain locker (200 or 300 yen) while skiing which made travelling around more comfortable. Breakfast at the hotel was very plentiful with many options - always an egg dish, hot dishes, japanese breakfast, toast, fruit, yoghurt, coffee & tea and much more. We really enjoyed our stay and will definitely be back.…
My partner an I stayed in this hotel for our snowboarding trip. The staff was very informative in making us achieve all that’s in our itinerary. Walking distance to the slopes. Amazing breakfast included. Love this ryokan living place!
Stayed at Hotel Ougiya for nine nights. Friendly Staff, delicious varied breakfast, close walk to the bus station if you want to travel to the other resorts in the area. The onsen was super after a hard day of riding. I would definitely stay here again.
We stayed at this hotel in a traditional Japanese room during our trip to Hakuba for snowboarding! The room was clean, super hot and the reception desk really helpful on anything we asked. Bus terminal is 5’ walk and there is a Hakuba47 bus stop exactly outside the hotel. Wi-Fi was good as well. Nice breakfast and the Onsen was what we needed after a day of snowboarding.
We were only here for a few nights, but everything was wonderful and would 100% stay again. The Japanese style room was everything I expected with futons on tatami mats and yukata to wear at night. The buffet style breakfast starts at 7am each morning with a variety of Japanese and western foods. There will be something to enjoy, even for a picky eater. The hotel is about a 10 minute walk to the gondola on happo-one if you don't want to wait for the shuttle. Also highly recommend buying your lift tickets through the hotel as they provide a decent discount. Same with ski rentals. The onsen is also a great way to wind down after a day of skiing. I already miss Hotel Ougiya!
We really enjoyed our stay here. The rooms were comfy with everything you need, we had two single beds, a small couch & TV and an ensuite. The room had great heating (perfect for after a cold day) and exceptionally warm & comfy linen. The onsen is beautiful, it looks out to an enclosed garden adding a really relaxing feel. The breakfast was fantastic in terms of its range, something to suite everyone from standard cereal and toast, to a more traditional Japanese style, to eggs and French toast. The location was ideal, it was only a short walk to the main eating area in Happo and the bus terminal. Overall a simple and nice hotel, but good value for money.
I've seen plenty of reviews about the outstanding customer service and friendliness of the staff, so I won't add any more other than to say those reviews are completely accurate. I will add a bit more about how delicious the food was. Variety of Japanese and western dishes for breakfast, all of which were delicious. Very filling start to day of skiing. Dinner was also delightful. Optional Y3500 set-menu dinner - perfect blend of Japanese and French cuisine. Raw fish dish (more complex than Sashimi), soup, cooked fish dish, meat dish, and desert. Each dish was interesting, well-prepared, and perfectly cooked. It was obvious that Mr. Fuyuki Maruyama, the owner-manager (and head chef) has significant experience in high-end restaurants. If you're on the fence about staying here or somewhere else, the opportunity to eat with Mr. Maruyama should make this an easy decision. Definitely worth it for at least one night of your stay.…
We stayed here for 4 nights...really like it. It's a small boutique hotel, the owner and his wife are incredibly kind, polite and accommodating. Really amazing people! There is a big size room (heated) to keep your gear, a bus stop directly in front of the hotel to take you around, easily walking distance to the little town (they can give you great restaurant advice). you don't wear shoes instead but they give you slippers. The breakfast was very good. Very comfortable stay- more of that Japanese inn feeling to it. Really recommended!
I stayed here for one full night to go snowboarding in Hakuba for two days. The hotel was very efficient at providing what I needed - I received a discount for nearby rental shops and the lift ticket (purchased on the day). The rental shop picked up my gear at the hotel and dropped off my regular boots there as well. I stayed in a Japanese style-room that was quite comfortable. The onsen was sufficient. The breakfast and view from the 5th floor were superb. My only complaint is the price. It was a very expensive hotel. Additionally, I came to Hakuba by overnight bus. I think many travelers arrive in Hakuba this way. Because of this, I arrived at the hotel quite early for my checkin. My friends were already there, eating their complimentary breakfast. Although I was checking in that day, I was not welcome to the complimentary breakfast because I hadn't spent the night at the hotel, and had to pay an exorbitantly degrading 1,800 yen price to eat with my friends. I understand hotels have standard practices. But in a faraway location most people come to early in the morning, when the hotel has cooked far too much food for the dozen or so guests they had to feed on a Wednesday morning, I found this irritatingly inflexible. They did show some flexibility; evidently I booked a room in some annex down the street, but they let me stay in the main complex anyway, perhaps anticipating how inconvenient it would be for me. Please be careful when booking.…
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