Ratings based on 9 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
4.6 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
Posted Apr 16, 2014 on Hotels
for Couplesby T.Sol from Australia
Location LocationPosted Mar 11, 2014
Cons: Small, but its like everything on Japan
Could not ask for a better location. Only a 70m walk to the Nagasaka Gondola and about 20m to the closest lift. The bar downstairs is great. Run by Aussies, its a good place to have a coffee in the morning and a beer after a day on the snow. It's also where you meet for any private ski/snowboard lessons. Room is quite small but has everything you need and is very new.
for Getaway With Friendsby A verified traveler
Excellent !Posted Dec 29, 2013 on Hotels
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Perfect location, perfect staffsPosted Dec 29, 2013 on Hotels
for Familiesby キンキラバックル from 東京
スキー場目の前！便利です！Posted Apr 22, 2013
家族で利用しました。 コンドミニアムタイプのお部屋。外観は古いペンションみたいな感じですが中はリノベーションしてあり、とてもモダンでキレイです。 近くにスーパーなどがないので食料や材料を買ってからいくのがお勧めです。 スタッフのみなさんがとても親切で助かりました。 季節はずれの大雪でこまっていたらいろいろと助けてくださいました。 ほんとにスキー場の目の前で便利です。 また野沢温泉に行くときは必ず利用したいと思います。
for Familiesby K・D from 良かったです。
ゆっくり滞在出来ました。Posted Apr 5, 2013 on Hotels
for Familiesby Chloe from Australia
Very happyPosted Mar 18, 2013 on Hotels
We really enjoyed our stay at Address Nagasaka. It is a self-contained unit furnished in a Western style. The location suited us perfectly - we have children so a ski-in ski-out location saves us from having to carry skis all over town. It is a steep walk back from the town after dinner in the evening. Check in is at Address Nozawa in town. The bus driver directed us there and after check in they drove us and our luggage up the hill. We were concerned about the noise from the bar downstairs but it closes early and even when it was open it was never very loud. Some of the bar staff make great coffee which is a bonus. The wifi was free but reception was patchy and we had problems with outgoing mail. If we return to Nozowa we plan to stay at Address Nagasaka again.
Amazing location, but dont go straight there!Posted Feb 22, 2013 on Hotels
First thing to know about Address Nagasaka is that you dont check in directly at the premesis! You check in at Address Nozawa, located far more conveniently close to the bus station - from there, they'll drive you up, and you probably won't see the hotel staff again untill you check-out. From the door step of Address Nagasaka, you are literally across the road from the chair to the Hikage area, and about 20 meters down the hill to the ticket office and Nagasaka Gondola - it's hard to beat the location if you're there for the glorious Nozawa Onsen snow! The suites are not enormous (by western standards) but are a comfortable size and very well appointed, including reverse-cycle A/C, cooking facilities and WiFi. There is a little bar down stairs who serve snacks and a lot of food within a short walk, but the hotel itself doesn't provide meals. The views of the mointan and over the village are spectacular - You won't be disappointed
for Everyoneby Eric from Washington, DC, USA
Strange hotel, with rooms far from check in deskPosted Jan 7, 2013
Pros: slope-side, proximity to a cool Aussie bar.
Cons: Way up the hill from restaurants and stuff.
This is a very strange hotel. Address Nagasaka is 6 rooms above an Aussie Ex-pat bar right at slopeside. However, it is owned and run by another hotel, about a quarter mile down the hill. So we showed up to our room, and couldn't find the desk. This happens all the time, apparently, because the owner of the bar gave us a map and directions to where we check in, and he let us leave our bags with him, which was very nice. The location is a tradeoff. Slopeside was cool, but it was also up the hill from restaurants and from the hotel desk. So laving the room meant walking down and then up the steep hill. Not so fun if you're tired from a day of skiing. The main hotel branch did have it's own onsen, which was pretty great, but there are a dozen or so onsens in Nozawa Onsen.