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Reviewed 25 December 2018 via mobile

A great place to stay close to the lifts for Happo-One or for the bus to Hakuba47. Staff speak limited English, but definitely enough to get by. The breakfast is good, the onsen is nice.
Little walk back up the hill from the town/bus stop (Happo), or you can easily go right out to Evergreen etc the other way for more restaurants etc.

Date of stay: December 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank Staceylee123
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Reviewed 26 September 2018

Enjoyed our stay here due to the location-50m walk to the slopes. Room was basic but clean. Our bin and towels weren't changed at all but we also didn't ask. Rooms don't have wifi but there's a fire and heaters in the lobby with comfy couches which was great to relax. Staff were friendly but spoke limited english. They have a drying room for gear and lockers for boards. We loved the dinner only about 12 dollars with all you can eat including an ice cream machine and all you can drink beers and chuhai's. The breakfast was traditional Japanese but also had fruit, crossiants and nutella pastries. Would stay here again.

Date of stay: January 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Thank Gemma B
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Reviewed 3 April 2018

Our family room was a row of 4 single beds in a long narrow room, and each bed had a small chair facing it. You step up into a small modular type bathroom. There is also a small closet near the door. So, it's functional but not much else. Fortunately, for all your bulky ski equipment and clothing there is a ski room, locker room, drying room, and a small laundry area.

Onsen was nice and my daughter and I used it every night.
You get one towel for the week unless you know to ask for another one. No one came in our room all week to clean or empty the garbage. Not sure if you're able to request that? Since the room is small with no sitting area and no wifi, we spent most of our time in the spacious and light lobby area reading, playing games we'd brought or using internet.

The hotel feels like it hasn't been touched since the 70s, with brown carpeted walls and stairs. Very basic. My kids didn't love the local breakfast. We mostly just ate the yoghurt, fruit and mini croissants. Not fancy, but certainly functional. People at the desk and in the restaurant spoke limited English but were pleasant and helpful. (It's our fault for not speaking any Japanese!) Easy walking distance to the gondola and a chairlift (5 min). Free parking!

Date of stay: March 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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2  Thank Canuck20yearsabroad
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Reviewed 22 January 2018 via mobile

First time staying at hotel paipunokemuri and loved it. Great location only a 50m walk to the closest chair lift on happo one located one the same slope as the main gondola. Breakfast is traditional Japanese style. Dinner buffet of only ¥1080 is amazing all you can eat and drink (beer, wine, sake sho chu). Only downer there’s no wifi in the rooms but the lobby has plenty of space with ample seating and heaters/fireplace. Highly recommended.

Date of stay: January 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank rileyjackson90
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Reviewed 11 January 2018

- Room has two decent twin beds and space for two people.
- It was always somewhat chill in the bathroom.
- Close to the slopes.
- A bit far from the happo one bus station, but still walkable.
- Had an included good breakfast buffet at 6:30 AM. Recommended.
- Purchased a dinner buffet too, price was reasonable (about 10$USD), good value for the food options plus unlimited beer, wines and hot sake.
- Did not get a chance to try the onsen, it did not look too exciting either.

Overall - not too cozy, outdated and used up, BUT not dirty, functional and reasonable. Some staff was friendly and helpful, but some stuff was also somewhat mean and ignorant.

I would consider it for another stay if the price stays the same.

Room tip: Stayed on the third floor, everything was decent.
Date of stay: January 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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1  Thank MichaelO4755
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