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Hotels in Azumino

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  • Azumino Hotaka View Hotel
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    4.0
    75 Reviews
    Hotel
    Nagano Pref. Aduminoshi Hotakamaki 2200-3

    The hotel is a bit old and quite far from town. The room is big. Its only accessible by car. Its located to the east of Mt Jonen and Chogatake. It serves as a good starting point to hike Mt...

  • Hotel Route Inn Court Azumino Toyoshina Ekiminami
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    4.0
    32 Reviews
    Hotel
    4677-1, Toyoshina, Azumino-shi Matsumoto Nagano

    Rooms were small, hotel is close to the rail station but the trains do not run all night, beds were a little short and firm, the pillow was hard as a rock - ask reception for a western...

  • Nishiya Besso
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    5.0
    16 Reviews
    Hotel
    Matsumoto

    My husband and I stayed here one night while in Azumino and this place is amazing! They took an old traditional Japanese style home and remodeled it with updated amenities. Each room is perfectly...

  • Hotel Murasakisanso
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    4.5
    12 Reviews
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    4301, TOYOSHINA, AZUMINO-SHI, NAGANO, 399-8205, JAPAN

    Super clean and nice. Breakfast buffet was incredible and a goo mix of Japanese and western food. Bathrooms were a little larger than average. Fridge in room. Close to restaurants and stores but...

  • Village Azumino
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    3.5
    12 Reviews
    Hotel
    Toyoshina Minamihotaka 6780 Matsumoto

    建物はやや古いけれど掃除と手入れが行き届いて居心地の良い宿です。 風呂、洗面が狭く使いにくかったのですが部屋は広くて快適です。 食堂から見る北アルプスが素晴らしい、特に5月が良いようです。

Nagano Areas

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Nagano prefecture is an exciting mix of mountains, hot spring monkeys, and preserved Edo history. At the heart of the Japanese Alps, Nagano is one of the country's most popular destinations, whether in winter for its snow sports and the much-loved Jigokudani Monkey Park or in the warmer months for discovering the undulating hills on foot. For fantastic Edo architecture, head to the Kiso Valley for a 60-kilometer stretch of quaint wooden buildings that marked the Nakasendo route 200 years ago.

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