Kusatsu Onsen Hotel Resort

Located in Gunma. Twin Room (22.9 m²) is available here. With both buffet and Japanese banquet, you can enjoy two styles of dining, both overflowing with seasonal goodness.

Just 5 minutes by car from the hot spring district, our resort will allow you to soak in all the beautiful nature of Kusatsu!

15 minutes on foot from Kusatsu Onsen Bus Terminal, which is the gateway to Kusatsu Onsen, we also offer a free shuttle bus that’ll shorten the trip to 5 minutes. The hotel, surrounded by nature, will allow you to relax and enjoy yourself in a resort setting. The water is drawn 100% from the Bandaiko spring, the hottest spring in the Kusatsu hot spring district. Our sister hotel, Daitokan, is also open to our guests, and so you can freely enjoy the different sensation provided by the Yubatake spring baths there as well.

It’s not a long walk from here to the Kusatsu hot spring district, but feel free to avail of our free shuttle bus. The hot spring district has a unique atmosphere to it, and as you stroll through it you can also enjoy some delicious local gourmet. Netsu-no-Yu, where you can enjoy a traditional Japanese yumomi performance, is also a popular spot to visit. At Sainokawara Park, just a 10-minute walk from Yubatake, you can go for a pleasant stroll along the banks of a river of hot spring water. This is yet another of the many pleasures Kusatsu Onsen offers.

30 minutes by car will take you to mystical Lake Yugama. In a 45-minute drive you can get to Oni-oshidashi Park and Shiraito Waterfall. Using our hotel as your base of operations, you can explore all the amazing highland scenery of this part of Japan by car.


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Kusatsu Onsen Hotel

Address: 115-8 Kusatsu-machi, Agatsuma-gun, Gunma 377-1711 | TEL: +81-279-88-2109 | Hotel Official Website |

 

Response Measures Intended to Prevent the Spread of the Novel Coronavirus

Dear Guests

Thank you for your continued patronage of MYSTAYS Hotel Group.

At MYSTAYS Hotel Group, we are implementing advance preventative measures in response to the spread of the novel coronavirus. The Japanese government has set out various policies in response to concerns about the virus spreading within Japan, and based on these, as well as out of concern for the safety of our customers, it has been determined that we shall, for the foreseeable future, scale back our business operations and/or close our restaurant facilities and cancel/postpone our events.

For this reason, we will be temporarily halting our buffet-style food service and/or changing the manner in which food is provided. We may also have to cancel various events.

We apologize in advance for any inconvenience, but we greatly appreciate your understanding and cooperation.

Details will be provided in red-colored messages near the top of the page for each hotel within this website. You can check those webpages, or contact your hotel directly.

We will also notify you via this website once details have been determined regarding the restoration of normal business operations.

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Rooms

Twin room | Room size: 22.9㎡| Bed Size: 1000
Japanese-style room without bath| Room size: 24.7㎡ | Number of futons: 3

Facility

  • Upper floors accessible by elevator
  • Hand sanitiser
  • Air conditioning
  • Heating
  • Carpeted
  • Refrigerator
  • Electric kettle
  • Desk
  • Seating Area
  • TV
  • Telephone
  • Flat-screen TV
  • Clothes rack
  • Wake-up service
  • Single-room air conditioning for guest accommodation

Amenities

  • Toilet
  • Slippers

Shakunage Restaurant

Enjoy a traditional Japanese banquet at a reasonable price with the “Standard Japanese Banquet,” or experience Gunma’s famous Joshu Wagyu brand beef in either sukiyaki or steak style with the “Hana Japanese Banquet” or “Kiri Japanese Banquet.”

The buffet includes a large number of regional delicacies, from yuba konnyaku to Mizusawa udon.
Eat your fill of fresh seasonal ingredients in a wide variety of dishes.

  • Breakfast: requires advance reservation

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Access

Access from nearby stations

  • 25 minutes by car from Naganoharakusatsuguchi Station on the JR Agatsuma Line.
  • JR bus from Naganoharakusatsuguchi Station on the JR Agatsuma Line, and about 10 minutes on foot from Kusatsu Onsen Bus Terminal.

Access from major transit terminals

  • From the Shibukawa-Ikaho Interchange on the Kan-Etsu Expressway: about 90 minutes.
  • From the Usui-Karuizawa Interchange on the Kan-Etsu and Joshin-Etsu expressways: about 80 minutes.
  • From the Ueda-Sugadaira Interchange on the Joshin-Etsu Expressway: about 70 minutes.

Parking Facility Information
We have a parking lot (first come, first served).
Fee: (No fee)
Usable times (3:00 pm – 10:00 am the following day)
Garage-type: Flat (77 vehicles); Multilevel (0 vehicles)
Vehicle size restrictions: N/A

* Notes:
The fee, the vehicle capacity, etc. may change without prior notice. Your understanding in this matter is appreciated.

Local Attraction

Yubatake

The symbol of Kusatsu Onsen in front of the sister building “Kusatsu Onsen Daitokan”.

Atsunoyu

In April 2015, “Atsunoyu” was reborn as a Taisho romance-style building. The light-filled facility is a two-story atrium with the scent of wood.

Sainokawara Park

One of Japan’s largest open-air baths, boasting a total area of ​​500 m2 for both men and women.

Source: © Google Map
7-Eleven

Convenience chain offering grab-&-go bites & beverages, plus assorted newsstand items.