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Shizukuishi Prince Hotel

Shizukuishi Prince Hotel4.5/51
Shizukuishi Prince Hotel4.5 out of 5 based on 1 reviews
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The Shizukuishi Prince Hotel at the Shizukuishi Ski Resort is a large resort hotel with the well renowned Takakura Onsen.

Where is the Shizukuishi Prince Hotel?

The Shizukuishi Prince Hotel is very conveniently located right on the slopes at the base of Shizukuishi Ski Resort in the Iwate Prefecture of the Tohoku region of Honshu. See the Shizukuishi travel page for more information on the location of Shizukuishi and how to get there. The hotel offers irregular free shuttle services from JR Shizukuishi Train Station and JR Morioka Train Station.

Or if you have a car, the Prince Hotel can be used as a base to also ski/snowboard at other nearby ski resorts such as Iwate Kogen, Amihari Onsen, Tazawako and Appi Kogen.

Hotel Rooms

The guest rooms at the Shizukuishi Prince Hotel are western-style with private bathrooms with shower, bath, toilet & basin. The standard rooms have 2 single beds. Some rooms have been renovated and many rooms offer views of the mountains.

Each room has a sofa, TV with satellite channels, a fridge and kettle.

Facilities & Services

  • The indoor & outdoor hot springs are one of the key features of this hotel and a great way to unwind after a day on the slopes
  • Ski and snowboard rentals
  • Ski/snowboard lockers
  • Gift shop
  • Coin operated laundry
  • Free onsite parking
  • Karaoke room
  • Some of the staff speak some English
  • Free wifi is available in the lobby
  • In-room massage can be organised for an additional fee
  • Vending machines

Food & Drinks

There is a Japanese / western buffet restaurant serving breakfast & dinner.

There is also a restaurant with a la carte menu serving French/European cuisine (dinner only during winter if pre-booked).

The hotel doesn't have a bar however there are vending machines providing alcoholic beverages and soft drinks.

An Easy Stay



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An Easy Stay

We spent a couple of nights at the Prince Hotel on our expedition around northern Honshu. It was somewhat typical of a Prince Hotel; upscale and nice, but with too much grey paint and a little dated. The internet access was also indicative that the hotel hasn’t quite kept up with the times, with dodgy internet that was only available in the lobby where there was no where to sit.

The buffet meals in the large restaurant were of reasonable quality (and the sushi amazing), although the quantity of food was very depleted (maybe that was our doing?!) and a little expensive.

The onsen was just gorgeous and it was so serene relaxing in the hot spring whilst looking out across the pond and watching the fish swim about.

Overall the Shizukuishi is a very good hotel and the twin rooms were very comfortable.
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