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  • Tateshina Tokyu Hotel
  • Tateshina Tokyu Hotel
  • Tateshina Tokyu Hotel

Tateshina Tokyu Hotel

The pleasant scent of wood in the air, impressive Norway spruce columns, and wood beams with hand-carved engravings help make Tateshina Tokyu a classic Western-style building. The Tokyu Resort town of Tateshina is a comprehensive resort complex, complete with tennis courts, golf course, pools, and ski areas, all assuring our guests that year-round sports and recreation are always on hand.


Hotel Description

Structure

3 stories, above ground

Rooms

78 rooms

Check-in/check-out

14:00/11:00

Facilities
  • air purifier
  • non-smoking rooms
  • public bath or sauna

Map & Directions

4026-2, Aza-shikayama, Kitayama, Chino-shi, Nagano 391-0301
TEL +81-266-69-3109 Fax +81-266-69-3100 

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Access

  • 30 minutes by car from JR Chino Station
  • Hotel shuttle bus from Chino Station East Exit
  • 30 minutes by train from Matsumoto Airport to Chino Station
  • 60 minutes by car from Matsumoto Airport
  • Nearest interchange: 40minutes from by car from Suwa Exit on the Chuo Expressway

Parking Lot Information

In-House Guest Privilege
  • No charge

Credit Cards Accepted

Reservation Cancellation

Guests must pay cancellation penalty fees as shown below.

Cancellation Penalties
Note 1

Cancellation fees are based on a percentage of the confirmed room rate (excluding tax or service charges). Ask the Hotel for further details.

Note 2

For reservations that are shortened, cancellation penalty applies to the first day cancelled, regardless of the total number of days cancelled from the reservation.

Note 3

Group bookings of ten or more people should ask the Hotel about cancellation penalties.

Hotels in the Region

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